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Photo Gallery: Splendour In The Grass (Day Three) ft. Lily Allen + Danny Brown + Ben Howard - Sunday (27.07.14)

Ian Laidlaw brings us photos from the final day of Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay! Featuring Danny Brown, Lily Allen, Wild Beasts, Grouplove, SKATERS, MT Warning and more!

Festival Review: Splendour In The Grass (Day Three) Ft. Ben Howard + Lily Allen + Phantogram - Sunday (27.07.14)

The final day of Splendour In The Grass 2014 saw some of the weekend's best performances, with each of the main stages capped of in very different ways. The Ampitheatre closed for 2014, sent off with a colourful performance from subversive pop star Lily Allen, and leaving us with the weekend's stand-out performances to reminisce on. Elsewhere the GW McLennan Tent was sent swaying to the warmth of Ben Howard (pictured), and the Mix-Up Stage saw it's first dose of slow-burning, artful electronica – as compared to the usual speaker-assaulting trend tracks – with Darkside, who brought a much more unexpected sound to the tent.

Photo Gallery: Lily Allen - Festival Hall, Melbourne (24.07.14)

Ms Lily Allen had the crowd in the palm of her hand when she played Melbourne's Festival Hall on Thursday night. Check out Rebecca's gallery from the show ahead of Allen's headline Splendour in the Grass set tomorrow night!

Live Review: Lily Allen - Festival Hall, Melbourne (24.07.14)

It's been over four years since the controversial Brit songstress graced our shores, but this week Lily Allen was welcomed back with open arms (and screaming fans) at Melbourne's Festival Hall. Allen is touring the country in support of her latest album Sheezus, released in May this year, and is set to appear at the Splendour in the Grass festival over the weekend.

Splendour Sideshow Spotlight: Lily Allen (London)

Lily Allen has always been a performer who hasn't shied away from giving as much as she gets from her crowds. The Londoner who has been irking critics as much as she's been impressing them since breaking out in 2006, made a return to music this year, four years after announcing she was officially going on hiatus. Some may have thought being a businesswoman and mother wasn't enough to keep Allen's creative cogs turning but for others, 2014 was the perfect time for 'Sheezus' to rise again.

Tour Updates: Midyear Mayhem Tour, Lily Allen, James Reyne, Veruca Salt, Seekae and more!

In this issue: Local supports announced for the Midnight Mayhem Tour, Allday announced as Lily Allen's support, James Reyne adds Perth shows to 'The Crawl Files Live', SOHN announces Japanese Wallpaper and Guerre as tour supports, Veruca Salt Melbourne show sells out, Seekae announces tour supports, Frenzal Rhomb announce support acts for Parramatta show, Deez Nuts & Confession local supports announced and extra WA dates.

Lily Allen announces Splendour in the Grass sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne.

In one of the more anticipated sideshow announcements for Splendour this year, this morning Lily Allen has announced massive headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne. It's her first time down under since she appeared on the main stage at Big Day Out in 2010. The shows will be in support of her new album Sheezus, out now! Dates and details are below:

Album Review: Lily Allen - Sheezus (2014 LP)

It’s been a while between drinks, but British hitmaker Lily Allen is back with a new record, titled Sheezus. Full of her classic bluntness, sarcasm, and general no-bullshit attitude, Allen certainly hasn’t shied away from controversy in her new material – and thankfully so, because her music wouldn’t be what it is without it. But with five years since the release of her last album It’s Not Me, It’s You, does Sheezus stack up?

Album News Weekly: 17 March 2014

In This Issue: Some MASSIVE releases coming up soon. Australian rap goddess Iggy Azalea is finally dropping her debut, and across the pond Lily Allen is ready to annoy the establishment once more. Dubstep king Skrillex drop his new record out of nowhere last week, The Kooks are ready to release the first single from their new record. Plus more releases from Backsliders, The Love Junkies, Brody Dalle and heaps more. Have a read. Seriously.

Big Day Out no.100 - Sydney Olympic Park (23.01.10)


The summer heat was at full force as thousands of people arrived to the 100th Big Day Out.  

Kisschasy played their sweet pop songs to an energetic crowd with hits such as ‘Face Without a Name’ and ‘Generation Why’.

Big Day Out no. 99 - Sydney Olympic Park (22.01.10)


They don’t call it Big for nothing. After what seemed a lifetime of waiting since the tickets went on sale (two hours earlier than they should have for some, thanks for the heads up Facebook!), Friday the 22nd of January  was upon us. And boy, was it upon us.