Building 220, 122 Lang Road
Moore Park SA 2021
“He runs through those huge bent notes and manipulations of his pedal board with the same conviction he’d have chopping a carrot.”
Ultimately the reality is that few complaints transpired from punters on the night, who’d gotten the chance to witness a line up of stellar local and imported hardcore talent for a meagre $28.
School of Seven Bells showed flashes of brilliance, but they were largely eclipsed by a feeling that something was lacking.
English rapscallions the Kaiser Chiefs kicked out some rather loud jams in another great HiFi show.
"Upon playing the song he began to cry, I turned around astonished to find that many members of the audience were also moved to tears as well."
Put a bunch of nineties teenagers in a room with hits of the era and you definitely have a good night. The night was a sold out show and for good reason; Aqua have all the skill and likeability they have always had and this made for an amazing night.
Playground Weekender main attractions bring their celebrated melancholy to the all-new Sydney Hi-Fi with spectacular results.
Ben Kweller brings his new album 'Go Fly A Kite' to Sydney with a wonderful one hour and twenty minute set.
Mastodon led the charge at this metal triple header that showcased the rich diversity of modern metal in brutal style.
Cobra Starship headlining a fun filled bill at the Hi- Fi Sydney, I expected this show to be a huge live event, it turns out that the show would be much smaller than I first thought due to some last minute changes.