Part two of our Laneway Singapore photo gallery includes Banks, Chet Faker, FKA Twigs (pictured above), Future Islands, Jungle, Little Dragon, St Vincent and more. Photos by Johnny Au.
Like the preverbal Aussie BBQ - a delectable smorgasbord of Territory talent was served up by The Chippo Darwin at the Territory Rock Festival on the Australia Day long weekend. It was the lineup you wanted to be apart of, with some bands travelling 988km for the gig. Two stages, nine acts and meat pies for sale at the bar… yep it was perfect.
Johnny brings us part one of photos from Laneway Festival's fifth year in Singapore, featuring Courtney Barnett, Angus and Julia Stone, Eagulls, .GIF, Mac DeMarco, Future Islands, Jungle and more!
Augie March played at the Sydney Opera House for a special Australia Day Eve show, making their debut at the venue. Robin Sarmento was there and brings you these photos.
This year we headed backstage at Sugar Mountain Festival to capture some of the performers from the day. Ian Laidlaw set up his studio and got straight to shooting throughout the day. Enjoy them exclusively on the AU, starting with the one and only Dan Deacon, above:
The boutique festival Sugar Mountain returned to Melbourne yesterday following a year off in 2014, moving to its new home of the Victorian College of the Arts for a day of music, arts and great times. Rebecca Houlden brings us photos from the epic day:
Mewithoutyou kicked off their Australian tour with their first ever show in Perth on Friday night. Supporting them were locals Foxes, Sail On! Sail On!, Spilt Cities and Kites. Stuart Sevastos was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Passenger played his biggest ever Australian show on Friday night, at the Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney, supported by The Once. Evelyn Tjia was there and brings us these photos from the anticipated event:
Bo Ningen, one of Japan's finest exports, played a special Sugar Mountain Festival sideshow at Oxford Art Factory on Friday night. Pete Dovgan was there and brings you the photos:
Shonen Knife were in overdrive last night at the Factory Theatre and played an electric fast paced set supported by Step-Panther. Dan Turner was there and brings us these photos from the night:
For the lucky Darwinians that got a ticket to see The Smith Street Band at the Railway Club, Wil Wagner and Co delivered nothing short of a politcally-charged, ferocious and emotionally tuned energetic punch to the rib cage. Tickets to the sell out show were the hot item in the NT (tears were shed) and The Smith Street Band delivered. Supported by locals Pole Top Rescue, Amy Hetherington brings some photos from the night.
The Coathangers headlined an amazing show last night at Trainspotters in Brisbane, with support from Babaganouj and Some Jerks. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Japanese group Shonen Knife played GOMA in Brisbane from Friday and Andrew Wade was there. Here are a few photos from the incredible performance:
The Vamps played a massive show at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion last night, supported by Short Stack. Gwendolyn Lee was there to see the bands in action and brings us these photos from the pit:
As if the people weren't sweaty enough in Darwin, Amity Affliction, In Hearts Wake, Confession and locals I, The Burden, brought a flood of moshing bodies to Discovery for an epic night of live music. Amy Hetherington shares some photos.