Word was spreading about their vomit-inducing Big Day Out set, hipsters and looky-loos took their places towards the back while the front filled with more vigorous gig goers, baying for blood. They would get it.
Will Django Django, survive what has already been a high pressure mega year for them?
Wavves delivered a truly awesome rock show that went by far too quickly.
Last Dinosaurs prove their credentials as a genuine force to be reckoned with in the Australian music scene.
It's Black Friday & the lineup features BKC of course there’s widespread schizophrenic dancing, overwhelmed security guards, hoarse screaming, guitar duels – basically all the side-affects of good old rock n’ roll
They performed an ingenuius set that was unexpectedly robust, all-consuming and uninhibited – all words that, prior to having seen them live, I would not have associated with the name Snakadaktal.
Wooden Shjips transformed the Oxford Art Factory into psych rock heaven with their droning, repetitive, head trip music.
The family that plays together stays together for Pajama Club.
LA's king of the underground, Ariel Pink, brings his deliciously warped tunes (and thoughts on modern pop music) to the Oxford Art Factory.
A presentation of fine young talent straight out of Boise, Idaho: Trevor Powers as Youth Lagoon.
Two of the most talked about Laneway acts had gathered to give Sydney a second look at what they could do.
Twin Shadow and Anna Calvi join forces for a Laneway sideshow double-header.
Rising new local Sydney bands and solo artists play at the OAF.
LA producer Active Child stunned a curious blend of music fans with his trademark falsetto and harp playing chops. A beautiful show at the OAF.
As one of their first shows of 2012, Dum Dum Girls lit up the Oxford Art Factory with a haunting dose of girl group indie.