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Splendour In The Grass Day Two Review

While Day One of Splendour In The Grass had been full to the brim with amazing music, timetable clashes, and rushing between stages with very little down time, Day Two for me was much more relaxed. I do think there were perhaps a few timetabling issues that could have been handled better, but ultimately this was just a personal preference thing: there wasn’t a whole heap of music I wanted to see during Day Two. It certainly wasn’t a bad thing, as it allowed for time to fully explore the festival grounds and really take in the atmosphere.

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The Jezabels ‘Endless Summer’

The Jezabels have announced that their long-awaited debut album ‘Prisoner’ will be released September 16th. The lead single from ‘Prisoner’ is Endless Summer, and it a stunning tune, atmospheric at the same time as it is euphoric, just like we’ve come to expect from this supremely talented Sydney band.

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Falls Festival Announce First Acts

In a surprise move perhaps motivated by information leaks, the Falls Festival have announced their first acts for the 2011/2012 shows.

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Acoustic The Jezabels Is Pretty Much Amazing

The Jezabels are my favourite Australian band at the moment, and while their studio music is nothing short of stunning, like all great artists the band really shine when playing live. Up until now I had only ever seen them play with a full compliment of instruments and electronics, however the band recently sat down with the always excellent Off Guard Gigs to perform an acoustic version of their amazing song ‘Hurt Me’.

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Gig Review: The Jezabels @ The Corner Hotel, 6th and 7th April

Both nights had seen faultless and magical performances from The Jezabels. I was left in no doubt whatsoever: this is the best band in Australia.

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The Hot BBQ Review

On Saturday, thousands of people descended onto Portsea for what has been dubbed a ‘VIP Dance Party’ by mainstream media outlets for some reason, but was in fact the Hot BBQ Music Festival. Although the festival lineup boasted pretty much a who’s who of Triple J favourites at the moment, the festival itself was one of big hits and even bigger misses for me personally. This being said, it was still a good day.

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