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Splendour In The Grass Day One Review

Splendour In The Grass 2010 was the best music event I have ever been to. It was the most thoroughly enjoyable musical experience of my life. Let’s get that out of the way immediately. And I think that many of the other 30,000 people there would hold a similar sentiment. There are very few negative […]

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Gig Review: British India @ Corner Hotel, 12th June

This was my second time seeing British India at the Corner Hotel, and from the moment they walked onto the stage surrounded by smoke and dimmed lighting, with lead singer Declan in his trademark hoodie and the atmosphere in the venue at an absolute fever pitch, I knew I was in for a great night.

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Groovin’ The Moo Review

Last Saturday saw thousands of people congregate in Bendigo for the Groovin’ The Moo festival. Accomoodation had booked out a long time ago, all the bottle shops were sold out of mini Smirnoffs, and the roads from Melbourne to Bendigo were full with P-Platers. Everything was ready to go.

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Upcoming Cheap Melbourne Gigs

If there’s one problem with loving live music it’s that it really can get expensive sometimes. With that in mind I’ve compiled this list of great bands you can see in Melbourne over the coming months, all for less than $25 each (including six $15 or under!), which is phenomenal value for money.

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Gig Review: British India, Corner Hotel, 6th November

Last Friday, Aussie rockers British India played a capacity gig at the Corner Hotel in their hometown of Melbourne. The band are touring around the country, apparently for the release of their new single, ‘Vanilla’. Really, though, it’s just an excuse to, well… tour around the country.

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