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ST JEROME'S LANEWAY FESTIVAL

Live Review: King Krule + Nick Allbrook - Oxford Art Factory (04.02.14)

King Krule at Oxford Art Factory 2014

One of 2013's great revelations was the sometimes angsty - others wistful - crooning of King Krule. In town for St Jerome's Laneway Festical, it was the sold out Oxford Art Factory that was graced with an exclusive sideshow.

Festival Review: St Jermone's Laneway Festival - Sydney College of Arts (02.02.14)

Floral headpieces and loud button-ups painted the grounds of the Sydney College of Arts in Rozelle for St Jerome's Laneway Festival. It was the type of highly likeable festival atmosphere that it is all too rare nowadays, and even with the event selling out, those who wanted their space could easily seek out a private patch of grass where they could still enjoy the abundance of music on offer.

Live Review: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne (01.02.14)

2013 marked my first visit to St Jerome’s Laneway Festival and to date, it has been the best Australian festival I have ever been to. I found it hard to imagine how they could possibly top a line up that boasted the likes of Alt-J, Bat For Lashes, Flume and POND but alas, Laneway have outdone themselves yet again in their 10th year. Having only been twice, I would still most certainly consider myself a Laneway rookie, so instead of a report on my day, I present to you the five main things I learnt from Saturday’s event.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 3 - Sydney College of the Arts (02.02.14)

The final part of the AU Review's photo series from St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts. Featuring Grammy Award winning artist Lorde (pictured above), Savages, Earl Sweatshirt, Cloud Control, Jamie XX, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Jezabels, Four Tet and Warpaint. Photos by Johnny Au.

Live Review: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (31.01.14)

Each year when the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival lineup is announced initially there’s both the excitement of spotting a band you’ve always wanted to see and also a vague general intrigue for the few other names you recognise from some blog or other. By the time the festival rolls around however, it’s impossible to imagine what your record collection would be like without half of those bands you were mildly interested in just a short time ago.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 2 - Sydney College of the Arts (02.02.14)

Part 2 of the AU Review's photo coverage of St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts continues with Cashmere Cat, Daughter, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Parquet Couts, Jagwar Ma, HAIM (pictured above), Mount Kimbie, Danny Brown and CHVRCHES. Photos by Johnny Au.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 1 - Sydney College of the Arts (02.02.14)

Part 1 of the AU Review's St Jerome's Laneway Festival photo coverage from Sydney College of the Arts includes Kirin J Callinan, Youth Lagoon, King Krule, Run The Jewels, Vance Joy (pictured above), Dick Diver, XXYYXX, Frightened Rabbit and Adalita. Photos by Johnny Au.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne (01.02.14)

The St Jerome's Laneway Festival came through Melbourne for another year this weekend, bringing even more huge names and class talent than before. Serena Ho was there to capture the likes of Lorde, CHVRCHES, Drenge, Dick Diver and more!

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 2 - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (31.01.14)

Part 2 of the St. Jerome's Laneway Festival Brisbane photo gallery shows off The Jezabels, Lorde (pictured), Savages, Parquet Courts, Kurt Vile, Danny Brown, Jagwar Ma, and CHVRCHES.

Photos by Andrew Wade.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 1 - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (31.01.14)

Part 1 of the photo gallery for the first St. Jerome's Laneway Festival to make landfall in Australia in 2014! Featuring Haim (pictured), Adalita, Daughter, King Krule, Frightened Rabbit, Autre Ne Veut, Drenge, Cass McCombs, Dick Diver, Kirin J Callinan, The Growl, Vance Joy, and Youth Lagoon.

Photos by Andrew Wade.

Live Review: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore (25.01.14)

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has long been a world-renowned attraction, armed with its ability to curate up-and-rising indie acts and presenting them on the big stage. Laneway Festival alumni such as Foals, Japandroids and the XX have gone to achieve successes in their own right, while Laneway has not strayed far from its modus operandi. This year’s edition proved to be surprisingly eclectic, ranging from the coupling of post-dubstep Mercury Prize winner James Blake to pop-rock sisters outfit Haim and synth-pop act CHVRCHES. Revellers lapped the acts up with ardour, producing huge crowds from start to finish...

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival - The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore (25.01.14)

We take you to Singapore for the first leg of the 2014 St Jerome's Laneway Festival tour, ahead of their events in Australia - which kick off this weekend! Enjoy photos featuring Haim, Savages, The Jezabels, Hottest 100 winner Vance Joy and much, much more...

the AU interview: Stella Mozgawa from Warpaint (USA) talks Laneway!

Warpaint are returning to Australia for the 2014 St. Jerome's Laneway Festival, which comes in the immediate wake of the release of the band's sophomore self-titled album which was mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck, Paul McCartney). Larry Heath spoke with the band's Australian born drummer, Stella Mozgawa about the new record, touring, Laneway and more.

H&M Loves Laneway Festival Singapore

Head down to the H&M Orchard Building Store in Singapore to collect your Laneway Singapore wristband and F&B Tokens in advance, on 21 - 22 January, 10 am to 10 pm; and score some fun festival swag, including fun temporary tattoos and an H&M Laneway style guide. To make it sweeter, you'll receive a 10% H&M discount voucher when you collect your wristbands and tokens.

Mount Kimbie's Laneway Sideshows add Charles Murdoch as support!

Laneway Festival is just around the corner and to get you more excited, the people over at Future Classic have announced some great news for all y'all Mount Kimbie fans! The UK duo, who will play two exclusive headline dates in Melbourne and Sydney as well as the festival, will have Brisbane's Charles Murdoch opening for them!