The second day of the Southbound festival saw temperatures rise well past the coolness of the first day and had the majority of festival goers opting for the shade of the Share Stage.
The third day of the Falls Festival sees bands such as Ash Grunwald, Cosmo Jarvis and Oh Mercy in the Grand Theatre and Boy and Bear, The Flaming Lips and Hot Chip on the Valley Stage. The Theatre reaches capacity for Flume later in the evening. Our photographer on the ground, John Goodridge was there to bring us some photos.
The wait is finally over. Cosmo Jarvis is set to tour down under during the New Year rush. The singer is set to tour for only two weeks so be sure to book a date and experience the sheer talent firsthand of this young singer.
Adding to what is already an impressive line up, the crew behind the next edition of the Falls Festival have revealed the next round of artists to perform at both Marion Bay and Lorne over New Years! Plenty more acts are still to be announced, with tickets going on sale from 9am Wednesday.
Check out the recently revealed bands below:
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB (IRE)
THE HIVES (SWE)
DJANGO DJANGO (UK)
SHARON VAN ETTEN (USA)
The eccentric and deliberately unpredictable UK singer/songwriter Cosmo Jarvis has a chat to our Editor in Chief Larry Heath. Cosmo will be in town to support his new album, Think Bigger. Here's how it went down.
Having released his third album, Think Bigger, to rave reviews, Cosmo Jarvis has revealed more details about his week-long promotional tour out to Australia. To showcase the album, Jarvis will be performing at a series of gigs in both Melbourne and Sydney; a truly entertaining artist, Jarvis is most definitely one you won't want to miss.
COSMO JARVIS - AUSTRALIAN PROMO TOUR - JULY/AUGUST 2012
Wednesday 25 July – 1.00pm
A huge list of releases this week with some much anticipated albums and popular artists in the mix including UK band The Vaccines, The XX, Periphery, Dntel and a live DVD from Danko Jones. Local releases include Sophie Koh, Wooshie and Expatriate.
We head to New York City for CMJ. We catch up with the Aussies at The Aussie BBQ and at the College Day festivities. We also catch up with DAMNDOGS, Gotye, Cassette Kids, the UK's Cosmo Jarvis, who had just left Australia, and more!
Cosmo Jarvis has courted a fair amount of controversy with his viral hit 'Gay Pirates'; but there's no denying that he's a talented individual. The singer-songwriter has already announced his Australian tour, but now with support by Lime Cordiale in Sydney, and The Frowning Clouds and Laura Imbruglia in Melbourne, this is looking to be a tour not to miss.
Wednesday 12th October – SYDNEY
Goodgod Small Club
And here we go for another week! First up as always is our video of the week, this week belonging to The Jezabels' "Endless Summer" - the first single off their highly anticipated debut album Prisoner (due in store 16 September). It's a stunning track - we already knew that - which now has an equally impressive music video to boot. You can never have enough pretty girls and horses in any music video, we do say!
British singer-songwriter Cosmo Jarvis has already courted controversy with his viral sensation "Gay Pirates". The self-directed video for "Pirates" has received over half a million YouTube views following a twitter post by Stephen Fry. Continuing in the thought-provoking vein of "Gay Pirates", Cosmo also released the controversial video to his follow up single "Sure As Hell Not Jesus” which he wrote and directed himself, exploring the themes of shame and
English singer-songwriter and filmmaker Cosmo Jarvis spoke to Larry Heath about the highs and lows of notoriety in his homeland, feature film making and more...
Are you at home at the moment?
Yeah, yeah, in Pemton, which is the south-west of England.
That sounds rather nice; I hear the weather up there is really nice at the moment.
We at the AU review can't get enough of this track! Here's the low down:
British singer-songwriter Cosmo Jarvis courted controversy with his viral sensation "Gay Pirates". The self-directed video for "Pirates" received over 435,000 YouTube views and stormed into the Top 3 most watched videos on YouTube the week of its release in November last year, following a twitter post by Stephen Fry.