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THE STONE ROSES

Sydney Film Festival Review: The Stone Roses: Made Of Stone (UK, 2013)

Everyone seems to have a story about The Stone Roses. Maybe it was the young band that listened to the group’s eponymous debut and decided to make their very own record. Perhaps you were one of the lucky privileged that saw them at their come-back shows or at one of their infamous gigs during their nineties heyday. The Stone Roses: Made Of Stone is a rockumentary but it’s also the ultimate fan’s story.

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (10.03.13)

God bless the singlet-making industry, because it seemed the whole customer base was at The Future Music Festival this past weekend. An insane amount of arms and biceps were on display for everyone to see, and I wouldn’t be too surprised if any other strays from a muscle convention during the week popped on by. The music was probably a secondary thing.

Photo Gallery: Future Music Festival - Bonython Park, Adelaide (11.03.13)

It was a hot and sweaty afternoon in Bonython Park, Adelaide, with a diverse range of music from the classic Stone Roses (pictured) and Bloc Party to the crazy antics of Steve Aoki to the madness of The Prodigy, there was truly something for everyone. Our photographer John Goodridge braved the elements to bring you some photos.

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Bonython Park, Adelaide (11.03.13)

This year’s Future Music Festival proved one thing to me and that is that I can’t tolerate these type of festivals anymore. I didn’t even make it through the gates at Bonython Park without being accosted by some steroid-loving dickheads who had dropped a number of pills because they were so ‘mad keen for Avicii bruv’ – a somewhat perfect omen for the rest of the day and night to follow.

Live Review: The Stone Roses – Festival Hall, Melbourne (07.03.13)

For the majority of punters who are at the gig on a very sultry Thursday night, it is with fond nostalgia for the Stone Roses, a band who pioneered the “Madchester” sound, characteristic of bands who formed out of Manchester in the late 80’s and early 90’s.

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane (02.03.13)

It seems to be mother nature’s tradition to always ensure that Future Music Festival in Brisbane is as wet, rainy and muddy as possible. Future 2013 was no disappointment and it was with poncho in hand, woeful visions of sludge and a heart as heavy as the rain that I set off.

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Joondalup Arena, Perth (03.03.13)

Future Music Festival

Future Music Festival, we meet again. Although this year, it is on different turf, as I headed over from Adelaide to Perth to spend a hot summer day at Joondalup Arena due to scheduling conflicts I have with the Adelaide Festival, and my determination not to miss seeing both Bloc Party and The Stone Roses.

the AU interview: Brett Robinson (Future Entertainment)

El caught up with Brett Robinson of Future Entertainment at the Electronic Music Conference this year, and asked him a feq questions.

The Stone Roses set to play three headline shows with Zane Lowe in March.

Madchester legends, The Stone Roses, have made many Australian fans' year by announcing that, along with their appearance at the 2013 Future Music Festival, they'll be performing three very special headline dates of their own. Undoubtedly one of the most influential British bands ever, The Stone Roses have gone on to influence many musicians of today, whilst still powering on with their own trademark sound.

Future Music Festival Set for HUGE 2013 Line Up

The line up for the 2013 Future Music Festival has been released and as it promised, it's Dead Set Awesome. Past Future guests and some of the world's hottest acts in trance, electro, rock and pop will be making the journey down under for the national festival next year, raising the bar for the Future Music Festival once more.

The dates for the Future Music Festival next year are below.

The Complete Stone Roses (UK) play Coogee Bay Hotel for One Show Only

“They do our songs real justice. At times, they play even better than we did”. – Mani / The Stone Roses