Moore Park SA
Bloc Party sound tougher and more confident than on previous visits.
A night with The Stone Roses is less the second coming, more a fun times nostalgia fest.
“This is no time to be sad, this is a fucking celebration!”
The Shins on spectacular form as James Mercer brings his new band lineup to Australia for the first time.
Cold Chisel stop by the Hordern Pavilion to launch their new album No Plans.
The Pogues gave a performance that emphasized their roots, a love of their fans, and the underlying punk-energy that still drives the band, even in their older age. Playing two encores, and giving the crowd a set of over two hours.
While there are few artists of the same age that still tour, there are significantly less that do it with the professionalism and energy that Crosby, Stills and Nash harness, defying their age. Their performance at the Hordern Pavilion reaffirmed the fest
Whether or not you sit in the Vai, Lukather or Satriani camp, or even somewhere blasphemously in-between, the simple fact is that a truly talented gathering of this magnitude is a rarity.
Tonight collective joy held out its hand and you’d have been a sucker to refuse.
80s English rock legends New Order take time out from the Future Music Festival tour, and give a loyal contingent at the Hordern a night to remember.
Incubus haven’t forgotten the songs that made them who they are, but by standing true to their new record their have avoided reducing themselves to a nostalgia act.
The progression that MCR has undergone through the years - from underground New Jersey punk kids to global commanders-in-chief of the so-called Black Parade - has been a fascinating one to follow.
Kasabian prove why they remain the reigning kings of British rock and roll.
The poses are the same, the guitars are still loud and the crowd is still lapping it up but something seems off upon closer inspection of the Kasabian live show.