Pictured: DJ Yoda.
A packed Villa Nightclub came to dance and witness the audiovisual experience of DJ Yoda. Supporting him were DJ Tom Drummond and DJ Tonic.
In this issue: awesome gigs to help celebrate Australia Day, Musicians band together for The Evening Cast benefit show, Drum & Bass duo Calyx & Teebee play Perth and loads more!
Claire Birchall plays a Public Bar Australia Day Show!
Duncan Beiny aka DJ YODA has just released his second album Chop Suey. Packed full of collaborations with some of the worlds best from Boy George to Action Bronson, DJ YODA knows his music and he certainly knows what the people want. El had the chance to have a chat ahead of his Australian tour, things went all nostalgia-like.
Like the rest of the country, we at the AU review cannot wait for Australia Day and with it comes the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown. Now that Hottest 100 is closed, venues around the country are announcing special parties to coincide with the announcements on Australia Day. With so many events going down on the day it's hard to decide which place to go and what to do. Not to fear though, for the AU review has taken the liberty in providing you with the highights from around the nation to celebrate the largest music poll in the world.
And the tour announcements keep rolling in! The Australian summer is now in full flight and we have the swag of touring artists and bands to prove it. Be sure to make the most of the swag of acts playing around our sunburnt land while they're still here.
Day Two of the Falls Festival in Lorne saw over a dozen artists perform in the beautiful sunshine on the Valley Stage, including none other than CSS, pictured above. The Village was a place for artists to meet, mingle and create. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture the action.
If our last announcement left you planning your summer soundtrack, get ready to add some more lively tunes to that mixtape.
Upon the arrival of the new decade,
patrons of the Lorne Falls Festival were left scalded by the sun’s
rays and soaked through and through by one of the most treacherous storms
the event has ever seen. Nonetheless, most of the 15,000 or so attendees
were delightfully content with the whole three days.