Harvest turned out one of the best curated Australian festivals of 2011, immaculate in its execution and in turn having drawn the kind of punter you don’t want to smack in the mouth to the final leg of the tour in Brisbane.
Portishead with Mercury Rev as support
. Portishead would have to be one of the only bands left outside of the hip-hop genre that can still make DJ scratches sound cool.
From miserable Brits to bearded messiahs, the inaugural Harvest was truly the cream of the crop.
A 'Civilised Gathering'; Beth Gibbons, Wayne Coyne, Werribee Mansion. What could go wrong?
Portishead will play Harvest festival sideshows in Perth and Adelaide, with Mercury Rev as support.
Surely not, right? But there's a decent rumour floating about that your wallet is in for some punishment this November.
Portishead main-man Geoff Barrow has issued a manifesto of sorts for what the group are currently working on.
Portishead's Geoff Barrow discusses his new krautrock trio, his hip hop album with Katalyst and Portishead activity.
Geoff Barrow of Portishead teams up with friends to create a dark and mysterious krautrock journey.
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