Posts Tagged ‘live review’

Welcome to Falls Festival Byron Bay the sweltering heat of the sun had already begun setting on our skin. As we set out for what was the first day of the Festival in sublime settings that is Northern Byron Parklands, Yelgun. As you walked through the paths that linked the aptly named Forest, Galaxy and Valley stages,...

It had been two long years since Run The Jewels left that sweaty taste of goodness in our mouths. Once the news came through the RTJ was doing sideshows from Falls Festival anyone who is a fan knew what they were in store for. New Years was done and gone bring on 2018 and first show off the ranks has anticipation...

People all over the world create bucket lists for so many different experiences. One experience that a lot of people create a list of, is seeing musicians play live. Everyone wants to say “Yes I was there and it was brilliant” everyone wants the chance to see their favourite artists play live and immerse themselves in...

Noname is making waves as one of the most thought-provoking and introspective hip-hop artists in the business right now. What sets her apart so much from other acts os her vibey yet boppy jazz instrumentals and the unparalleled slam poetry lyricism and flow. She is quickly proving herself as one of the most creative...

Occasionally you’ll see a performance where you think to yourself, this person was absolutely meant to do this. They couldn’t get stuck in a nine-to-five; that would mean doing the world a disservice, by not sharing their talent. Such a thought occurred to me last Thursday, during the last (sold-out) show of Vance...

Being one of Australia’s top recent exports to the overseas market. It is always a great gig to catch when The Temper Trap is back playing a show their hometown. With the soundcheck out of the way, it was time for the crowd’s enthusiasm to increase tenfold. It must be a surreal moment when you walk on to a stage in...

As always when Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat rolls into town you know it is going to be one heck of a show. The Metro Theatre was the perfect setting for a night filled with electro bangers. Kicking the night off was none other than Nina Las Vegas who had the opening slot for the evening. Bringing that positive,...

The Growlers have long been a band that plays pied piper to the vast amount of Australian fans. Each time the band tours they are selling out shows along the eastern seaboard and this tour Melbourne was no different. As always 170 Russell is the perfect place to catch international touring bands. With their sultry...

Darkness fell on North Melbourne’s Meat Market before DMA’S arrived on stage. The show opened with Tommy O’Dell’s distinct vocals and Johnny Took’s acoustic guitar on the quiet opening of So We Know. At the song’s crescendo, guitarist and backing vocalist Matt Mason and the three members of DMA’S touring band joined...

An Audible Over the last few years, Listen Out has grown to be a favourite on the Australian festival music scene. With worldwide acts and many local, Listen Out proves to balance out nicely. This year’s lineup consisted of acts such as Future, Getter, SAFIA, and Mac Miller. However, with Future pulling out,...