The final stop of the Groovin The Moo festival tour landed in Hay Park, Bunbury where the likes of The Temper Trap, The Kooks, Tegan and Sara, Midnight Juggernauts, The Amity Affliction, The Bronx and more entertained the huge crowd for the day. Our man Stuart Sevastos was there to bring the highlights of the day.
Adelaide’s finest gathered together on Thursday night to witness one of Australia’s finest musicians perform in all their glory, Tame Impala.
The first thing I did when I got to the Brisbane Convention Centre was buy a Tame Impala band shirt. Being on a student budget, this now means my meals for the rest of week will definitely be mi goring noodles and instant coffee, but it was worth it for these guys. Needless to say I was keen for Tame Impala’s show tonight.
Brisbane Convention Centre played host to Tame Impala and their Australian tour guests Midnight Juggernauts. Heath Carney brings us these photos.
Having toured Australia off the back of Lonerism in late 2012, it was ambitious of Tame Impala to book Hordern Pavilion just a few months later, but the crowds arrived in droves in anticipation of a more refined show following their overseas ventures.
Tame Impala brought their psychedelic sounds to Sydney's Hordern Pavilion - their biggest headline show ever in the city - supported by the Midnight Juggernauts. Photography by Pete Dovgan.
The first Groovin’ the Moo of the year was given the most perfect day for a festival. Big blue skies, a bright shining sun, and not a cloud in sight met Groovers who showed up to the Maitland Showground on Saturday April 27th. The sold out Maitland leg of the festival preceded the Canberra show on Sunday, a big weekend for artist and festival organizers alike.
It’s a temperate autumn evening, which means one’s jacket can be left in the car with the knowledge that you won’t succumb to frostbite. Midnight Juggernauts are a force to be reckoned with, closing their set with stellar hit “Into the Galaxy” and segues smoothly to the other worldly sound of headliners Tame Impala .
The AU Review's Groovin The Moo Maitland photo coverage continues with Yacht (pictured above), Regurgitator, Pez, They Might Be Giants, Midnight Juggernauts and Tame Impala. Photos by Johnny Au
Beloved dance-rock trio Midnight Juggernauts are finally ready to make a comeback after a bit of a hiatus, and the timing couldn’t be better, with enough of an absence to have send fans absolutely crazy for tickets to their current tour, which were snapped up pretty fast. Oxford Art Factory filled out very early on thanks to a very promising line-up with supports Four Door and YesYou.
Matt Warrell shot Midnight Juggernauts as they tore through a high energy, pulsing set.
Here's a pretty weird video for your Monday. Shot on the streets of music, this video from Midnight Juggernauts accompanies their first released song in three years, and the first taste of their musical return. They'll be playing a few gigs to celebrate the single so catch them at The Zoo in Brisbane on Friday 19 April, Oxford Art Factory in Sydney on Saturday 20 April, or The Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Wednesday 24 April.