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The xx's ever-rising profile has seen them graduate from clubs to really big clubs to arenas. How would their intimate aesthetic manage the leap?
Dissolving in 1996, a leary drug-affected mess, The Stone Roses circa 2013 are perfectionists with a renewed respect for what made them so special back in 1989 before it all went tits-up.
There's boobs and Oxycontin all over the place as Steel Panther wreak havoc on Festival Hall.
Back in Aus, Good Charlotte kick off their second show on their 2012 tour at Melbourne's iconic Festival Hall, providing a flashback to the late nineties
Jessie J shook off illness to give her Melbourne audience a hit-fuelled performance at Festival Hall.
History is made every time a promoter is brave enough to put money down to bring out the wild, the unpredictable, the one and only Wu-Tang Clan and, with only a few notables in absentia, this occurred at Melbourne's Festival Hall last Saturday.
Pendulum continued to push ther claim as the world's best dance-rock act with an energetic sold-out set at Festival Hall
Birds of Tokyo and Silversun Pickups perform equally brilliant back to back sets to a capacity Festival Hall.
John Butler and his newly formed Trio mesmerised Festival Hall, with excellent support from Blue King Brown
Temper Trap redefine Aussie rock at Festival Hall, Melbourne
Infectious electro-pop duo La Roux returned to Melbourne, this time upgrading to Festival Hall.
Taking centre stage at Festival Hall, Paramore and You Me At Six lead the charge on the abundance of Soundwave sidewaves to hit Melbourne for 2010.
An onslaught of American Metal unleashed upon Melbourne.
Hilltop Hoods filled the stage with their presence, rocking the crowd as brilliantly as ever.