Speaking to others, this was certainly an incredible effort put in by a band that we hopefully see again in Ballarat.
This collection of songs interwoven with little anecdotes and funny stories from decades on the road combine to form a chilled out evening of real blues, done right by one of the true masters in one of the cruisiest venues around.
We are incredibly lucky to have the number of boutique festivals that we do in Victoria. With Kennedys Creek, By The Meadow and Hopkins Creek already being established names on the festival circuit; it’s Loch Hart currently drawing the hype as a newcomer.
Trippie Redd’s A Love Letter To You 4 isn’t just a continuation of the three mixtapes that have formed the backbone of his body of work. It’s a sign that he isn’t slowing down. No, even with all these records to his name, Trippie Redd is only just getting started.
We sent along our esteemed photographer Joshua Braybrook who captured some of the juiciness that went down!
When the sun was out, the atmosphere was perfect. Musicians and audiences merged to one; everyone was there to be entertained, or even to learn. Each person left with different tastes, strained voices and new merch.
The Forum once again sold out when our favourite indie-rock-pop boys, Two Door Cinema Club, came to visit.