By Max Easton 18th Mar, 2013
“He runs through those huge bent notes and manipulations of his pedal board with the same conviction he’d have chopping a carrot.”
By Darren Levin 14th Mar, 2013
Neil Young was in no mood for a 3AW-endorsed trip down memory lane. He’s not Elton John. He doesn’t do medleys.
By Edward Sharp-Paul 14th Mar, 2013
Fight the power! And the sun! And the dust! Day two from Golden Plains, featuring Dick Diver, George Clinton and Naysayer and Gilsun.
By Nick Hallworth 13th Mar, 2013
Bloc Party sound tougher and more confident than on previous visits.
By Edward Sharp-Paul 12th Mar, 2013
Golden Plains number seven opened in fine style, with performances from Cat Power, Dinosaur Jr and Flume.
By Albert Santos 12th Mar, 2013
Future Music Festival has evolved far beyond its dance music roots.
By Adam Lewis 12th Mar, 2013
What happens when you put two of the world's most decadent rock 'n' roll bands in a room together?
By Leigh 5ALtr 8th Mar, 2013
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.
By Victoria Birch 8th Mar, 2013
A night with The Stone Roses is less the second coming, more a fun times nostalgia fest.
By Dean Forte 7th Mar, 2013
Mass taking of the piss, or rock'n'roll extravaganza?
By Michael Dias 6th Mar, 2013
Soundwave’s biggest ever lineup was always going to leave fans scratching their heads deciding who to see.
By Liam Tracey 4th Mar, 2013
Backed by the MSO and a children's choir, the almighty Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds truly blew Melbourne away with their enormous scale performance.
By Christian Stanger 4th Mar, 2013
There was mud, rain and a K-pop superstar.
By John Dean 3rd Mar, 2013
MSI are MIA, Mike Patton yells at cameraman, a man in a wheelchair crowd surfs, and Metallica excel at being Metallica. All this and more in our wrap-up of Soundwave Melbourne.