It’s that time when our contributors choose their favourite things from 2017. Here are the best songs of the year, as selected by our team.
Heather Vousden checked out the excellent POND and Peter Bibby at legendary Sydney venue, Oxford Art Factory last week. Here are her words/photographs: Oxford Art Factory was packed to the brim for the highly… Read More
Boasting a seriously impressive line-up, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival headed to Sydney on Sunday. Reviewer Ruth Hodge and photographer Philip Erbacher captured everything in words and pictures: If you were wanting to go… Read More
Primavera’s little-sister festival is in its third year, and we’re excited about the healthy sprinkling of Australian acts within the outstanding line-up: It’s shaping up to be an exciting year for European summer… Read More
Musical mayhem tangled paths with a stretch of unsuspecting countryside as over ten thousand punters converged upon the picturesque Marion Bay for the Tasmanian leg of the Falls Music and Arts Festival. It… Read More
Carol Bowditch chatted to Dirt Farmer for somethingyousaid.com about the non-farm related origin of their name, a guy made out of cardboard called Johnny Marble, and their plans for future domination of the… Read More
Here’s a cracking single and video, Salao, from South Australian rock-and-rollers Wolf And Cub. Since their debut in 2006 the four-piece have moved away from their early, punchy rock-n-roll and into a smoother, more melodic,… Read More