What was in, what was out and who stole the show.
The Babe Rainbow
“I don’t know what it is with Australia at the moment, but they keep producing the most fantastic music.”
This is gonna be one hell of a day-trip.
In no particular order, read off our list of some of music’s best multi-tasking sirens of the skins
You know how they say the eldest child is usually the favourite? Well the Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival is getting a bit of extra special treatment, with 28 new acts announced for the bill. The original Falls site, now celebrating its 23rd year in action, completely sold out within hours of tickets
It’s all too easy to be blinded by the, uh, splendour of all the shiny international acts crammed onto this year’s epic Splendour In The Grass lineup. I mean, Mark Uptown Funkin’ Ronson is gonna be there, not to mention Royal Blood, The Dandy Warhols and Spiritualized giving their only Aussie performances of the tour.
Another day, another Gizzfest announcement. This time around, Sydneysiders are getting in on the action, with details announced for the Sydney leg of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard‘s newly-created festival, launched in preparation for the band’s next album, Quarters. Sydney’s Gizzfest shenanigans will take place at The Factory Theatre, with multiple stages playing hosts
Melbourne purveyors of psych-rock and fuzz, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, are about to release their new album Quarters, and have decided to launch the record by gathering a bunch of other bands for an epic new festival which they’ve dubbed Gizzfest. Each day this week King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard will announce
Cronulla’s favourite alleyway festival is back for another round, with the one-day Sounds Of The Suburbs 2014 festival announcing its lineup will be led by reformed roots outfit The Beautiful Girls, US alt-rap eccentrics Antwon and Californian alt-rockers Tomorrows Tulips. The festival which takes place on Sunday, 28th September, will this year be presented by
Having already announced the likes of Charles Bradley, Husky, and The Frowning Clouds for its inaugural lineup, the organisers of Panama Festival have expanded further with names like Saskwatch, Super Wild Horses, Holy Holy, and The Babe Rainbow added to the bill. Melburnian arbiters of soul, Saskwatch will be heading down to the Lone Star