If Wesley Fuller’s strides are anything to go by, the twenty or so people who have fronted up on a school night to Karova Lounge in Ballarat, are in for a sonic delight.
Ball Park Music opened their show like The Klaxons dragging you into their red room to teach you a lesson.
St Kilda Festival is all about the vibe. There’s no demographic and, despite ample room on my forehead, no prerequisite for bindis. The only pressure is covering an entire festival as a writer.
The revivalist feeling for the Geelong crowd at The Run’s show was undeniably euphoric.
Melbourne turned on the sunshine for this year’s Laneway Festival, making it the perfect weathered day to lose oneself in the music that filled the eclectic laneways of its inner-western suburbs.
Whether you’re a Foo Fighters fan or not, there is an undeniable longevity to their music.
In what is already promising to be a massive year for A Day On The Green, they set the bar high by bringing legend Bryan Adams to Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong.
A phrase that comes to mind when I think to my experience at this year’s So Frenchy So Chic event is joie de vivre.
It’s been a few weeks since 2017 wrapped up and with it, one of our favourite New Year’s events – The Falls Music and Arts Festival.
For what was a pretty shit year politically and globally (aside from the recent yes vote, hooray) it’s nothing a Meredith session can’t cure.
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