By Dave Ruby Howe 4th Nov, 2009
Put simply, it was an insane sight to witness, and watching the dudes on stage swagger across the stage before shooting of spitfire verses I was grinning with sheer joy combined with disbelief that this gig was actually happening.
By Gary Shaw 29th Sep, 2009
Walk through the Fire, dance through the Woods, trek up to the River, and come back down to Earth. There was something for everyone at this year's Parklife if you were willing to explore.
By Christine Ferrer 23rd Sep, 2009
Defqon.1 Festival @ Sydney Regatta Center, Sydney (19/09/09)
By Tara Benney 18th Aug, 2009
Friday was the third installment of Overnoise - a free party at Miss Libertines showcasing the best and brightest of local deep house, techno and unnamable goodness. This particular installation was also the launching pad for the debut EP of CHILD.
By Alice Adriaanse 22nd Apr, 2009
On the eve of Good Friday, “Brews, Beats & BBQ in the ANU Beer Garden” orchestrated by newly formed promotions group Soul’d Out Sound, or SOS, held host to some of Canberra’s best local talent, headlined by Reason, Fraksha and DJ Flagrant.
By Alice Adriaanse 25th Mar, 2009
Only two weeks after The Funkoars graced our little town with their presence, another fantastic night of good solid hip hop was bestowed upon Canberra.
By Anil Patel 23rd Mar, 2009
heights were bound to be reached in event delivery. Trains all over northern Belgium were packed to the rafters, with punters dressed head to toe in white all heading to one place; Ethias Arena
By Richard Isaacs 5th Jan, 2009
Future Entertainment returned to the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in the first day of January 2009 for the ever-popular Summadayze, with a sellout party and what was arguably one of the event's finest ever lineups.
By Anthony Trinidad 9th Dec, 2008
With Kanye no longer producing hip hop, and Nas claiming that 'hip hop is dead', I wondered what to expect from this so-called 'hip hop spectacular'.
By Jackson Howard 28th Oct, 2008
Sounds in the Grounds was packed, not just with talent but with people enticed by a line-up featuring some of the best emerging bands in the country and a sweet ticket price.
By Jake McCauley 8th Aug, 2008
Australia’s premier annual alternative music festival has come and gone, with the 2008 edition of the Splendour in the Grass festival leaving none in doubt that this was easily the biggest and best yet.
By Richard Shute 5th Jun, 2008
San Fran's Michael Schwartz drops some science and wrecks the Metro.
By Jessika Keegan 28th Apr, 2008
The rain fell, and in keen anticipation the masses lined outside the perimeter of Festival Hall to experience the ‘Elements of Life’ showcase well before the clock was telling us it was time to begin. Tiesto had finally arrived.
By Travis Meyn 25th Apr, 2008
Dutch trance God Tiësto made his long awaited return to Family nightclub on Anzac Eve. He came, delivered to the masses and left, and those who were lucky enough to experience the God himself will talk of it for years.