TOUR ALERT: Splendour in the Grass Sideshows

If you missed out on tickets to the massive 2022 SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS music festival, don’t despair – the equally massive sideshow announcement has arrived. SECRET Sounds has today (February 15th) announced additional tour dates for a slew of Official Splendour Sideshows, with new Jack Harlow and Tom Misch shows announced today. Jack Harlow’s previously announced Sydney and Melbourne shows sold out quick smart, … Continue reading TOUR ALERT: Splendour in the Grass Sideshows

Festival alert: Spin Off 2019

It’s the festival line-up that has left festival goers spinning out! Appropriately dubbed Spin Off, it’s the festival set to be the Splendour in the Grass sideshow of all sideshows! The festival is set to be held at the Adelaide Showgrounds in Wayville, South Australia, on the 19th of July 2019. Spin Off hails some of the best, music has to offer and sees the … Continue reading Festival alert: Spin Off 2019

On The Eves of Something Big

Eves Karydas is a force to be reckoned with. In just a few short months the Australian singer has added a number of achievements to an already extensive and impressive musical resume. Now she has a new album dropping later this month which is bound to impress both existing and new fans. Girl at a Rock Show‘s India Marx spoke to Karydas about her upcoming release, … Continue reading On The Eves of Something Big

Who’s A Good Boy?

Brisbane trio Good Boy have been having a killer year. The guys have enjoyed airplay on Triple J, performed at Splendour in the Grass, are currently touring with Grinspoon and Hockey Dad, and will soon perform at Bigsound and Yours & Owls Festival alongside At The Drive In, The Presets, Illy, Northlane, Dune Rats and Allday. For those not yet familiar with the name, it’s … Continue reading Who’s A Good Boy?

Triple J Is Curing Your Splendour FOMO This Weekend

For those of us unfortunate enough to be missing Splendour in the Grass this weekend, Triple J has got our back. The network will once again be broadcasting the best of Splendour right around the country from 12pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the radio and online. Veronica & Lewis, Gen Fricker, Dylan Alcott, Linda Marigliano and Richard Kingsmill will present the best live sets, interview the artists and report on … Continue reading Triple J Is Curing Your Splendour FOMO This Weekend

Splendour In The Grass Lineup Drops

Last week we saw a faux SITG poster doing the rounds. It contained typos (“Catfish and the Bottleman”) and a few other things that made us question it’s validity. Well, we’re happy to report it was slightly wrong… the real lineup has dropped this morning, and it’s a doozy. Splendour In The Grass 2017 Lineup: The xx Queens of the Stone Age LCD Soundsystem Royal … Continue reading Splendour In The Grass Lineup Drops

Azealia Banks’ Splendour in the Arse

It’s no surprise US rapper Azealia Banks has beef with Aussies. She’s been involved in Twitter feuds with Iggy Azalea since 2012, which blew up at the end of last year in a race-related argument about perceived ‘white appropriation of black (hip hop) culture’ during which Banks referred to Azalea as “Igloo Australia”. For the record, we’d like to point out that igloos probably belong … Continue reading Azealia Banks’ Splendour in the Arse

Basketballer Slammed For Choosing Splendour Over Opals

The first woman to slam dunk at the Olympics (in London, 2012) has been slammed this week for going to a music festival instead of a training camp. Liz Cambage, the 23-year old Opals star, has been dropped from the Rio Olympics qualifiers by Basketball Australia, after she chose to attend all three days of Splendour in the Grass this weekend and missed the first day of … Continue reading Basketballer Slammed For Choosing Splendour Over Opals

Damon Albarn Gets Carried Away… Literally

Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn got carried away at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival at the weekend… literally. After being repeatedly asked to stop his mammoth FIVE HOUR set, Albarn was eventually picked up and carried off stage to the boos and jeers of the crowd. Performing with Africa Express, Albarn even performed an impromptu cover of The Clash’s Should I Stay Or Should I Go before … Continue reading Damon Albarn Gets Carried Away… Literally

Two Major Festival Lineups Drop

Two of the world’s festival heavyweights dropped their much-anticipated 2015 lineups yesterday. Australia’s own Splendour in the Grass, to be held at the North Byron Parklands from 24-26 July, announced Brit-pop pack Blur, indie darlings (and recent Coachella feature) Florence + The Machine and Uptown Funk super-producer Mark Ronson as headliners for the three-day event. Other artists announced include Of Monsters & Men, The Wombats, … Continue reading Two Major Festival Lineups Drop