Splendour In The Grass returns to its spiritual home in Byron Bay this year – taking over Belongil fields from Friday 27th July – Sunday 29th July.
There's plenty of music headed our way for the second half of this year, including tours from Fat Freddy's Drop, Gomez's Ben Ottewell, Beach Fossils and Klaxons.
We put Airbourne's Joel O'Keeffe in the firing line to talk sex, drugs and AC/DC.
Cloud Control frontman Alistair Wright channeled Roy Orbison and the Beastie Boys to make a more "playful" second album.
If he makes it into the country Pete Doherty is set to play a run of Splendour sideshows - the band's first ever gigs in Australia.
You heard it here first: The National won’t be playing Laneway Festival next year.
Laura Marling will get in touch with her spiritual side this July, playing four "Heavenly Sounds" Splendour sideshows.
Passion pit plan a few pit stops of their own this July.
Ahead of their new album and an appearance at Splendour In The Grass we speak to The National about graduating from indie rock once and for all.
In the country for Splendour In The Grass this winter, electronic whiz Robert DeLong is doing some shows on the side in Melbourne and Sydney.
Cloud Control’s new album will feature drum machines and is “a little more playful” than their 2010 debut 'Bliss Release' according to frontman Alister Wright.
“Overwhelming demand” for the Icelandic crew.
Bernard Fanning talks to FL about his new solo album 'Departures' and life after Powderfinger.
James Blake speaks to FL about Splendour in the Grass, fucking up on stage, falling in love and all the big names he didn’t actually work with on his latest album ‘Overgrown’.
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