A magical, wild and completely creative festival of music and art, Secret Garden Festival 2015 once again proved itself to be an event well worth experiencing. A camping festival that spans from Friday 27th to Saturday 28th February, Secret Garden is on a beautiful farm out in Cobbitty NSW, just an hour’s drive from Sydney yet well and truly removed from the city scene.
Part 2 of our Day 1 photo coverage of Soundwave Festival in Sydney had a stellar lineup including The Colur Morale, Ministry, Incubus, Soundgarden (pictured above), Dragonforce, The Aquabats and New Found Glory. Photos by Johnny Au.
Faith No More headlined Day 1 of Soundwave Festival in Sydney. Mike Patton and the rest of the Faith No More were in fine form belting out their greatest hits. Photos by Johnny Au.
Part 1 of our Day 1 photo coverage of Soundwave Festival in Sydney had a stellar lineup including Hollywood Undead, Emily's Army, Terror Universal, Gerard Way, Crown The Empire, Steel Panther (pictured above), Fear Factory and Antemasque. Photos by Johnny Au.
Japanese superstar rock act ONE OK ROCK performed a blistering set at Soundwave Festival in Sydney yesterday. Enjoy our special photo gallery of ONE OK ROCK in action at Sydney Olympic Park. Photos by Johnny Au.
Soundwave, the undeniable king of summer festivals, has stepped it up a notch this year with the expansion of two days and a vertible slay of headliners including Slipknot, Faith No More, Slash, The Smashing Pumpkins, and the finest undercard for quite a few years.
Despite being a massive fan of the sum of the parts in Killer Be Killed (aka The Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato, Soulfly's Max Cavalera, Mastodon's Troy Sanders and The Mars Volta's Dave Elitch) it was one of those things that kind of passed me by - thinking that it would be the standard side project-slash-supergroup that always tends to be more of a ego-boost than anything really resulting in anything worth listening to.
Future Music Festival took place at Sydney's Randwick Racecourse today. Belinda Dipalo was there to bring you these photos.
Fucked Up are one of those special experiences - one of those perfect festival bands, with the dedicated fanbase turning out wherever they pop up, and the absolutely amazing performance that will draw in any curious bystanders and immediately convert them.
In yet another amazing Sidewaves triple bill,New Found Glory were joined by Bayside and The Wonder Years in Sydney. Evelyn Tija was there and brings us these photos:
Disco balls, silver streamers and helium balloons were to be seen on stage as Megan Washington, supported by talented musicians Greg Chiapello and Montaigne, brought her contagious energy and entertaining talent to a crowd of 500 at the Gov, Adelaide. It was one of the last shows of her national tour and the first time visiting the Gov since supporting Sia back in 2009.
Scottish post-rock veterans Mogwai opened the Adelaide Festival last night to a sold out crowd at Thebarton Theatre with their unmistakable wall of chest-crushing drone and sonic sound. After waiting 13 years for their return, AU photographer Lauren Connelly made great use of her earplugs and shot these snaps.
Ministry shook the foundations of the Metro Theatre in Sydney last night with a killer set including "Just One Fix" and "NWO" with Godflesh in support.
Marilyn Manson hit Brisbane for a sidewave supported by Apocalyptica. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night:
One of the Sidewave shows from the Soundwave Festival, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators with support from Steel Panther rocked the historic Festival Hall. Carl Dziunka was there to capture all the action. Enjoy the pictures here: