Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt has been making headlines unsurprisingly while touring NZ and Australia this month, but it was all love when the young rapper came through Melbourne. Perri Cassie was down at the Prince Bandroom to see him do his thing and brings us these snaps.
The Vaccines were back in Sydney as part of their Australian tour for Splendour in the Grass and they turned things up at the Metro Theatre another level, with Palma Violets and Green Buzzard in tow! Check out this gallery, shot by Gwen Lee!
Rebecca Houlden was at Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne this weekend to check out The Wombats take on the frenzied crowd with their brilliantly entertaining tunes. Supported by Circa Waves, this was a show and welcome back to Melbourne that was unmissable for many. Check out her shots!
After a 20 year wait, Brit-pop kings Blur brought their incredible live show to Melbourne this week. Adelaide contributor Lauren Connelly headed over to witness history and shot these flicks!
The sixth AU Sessions was held at the Hive Bar in Erskineville this week with fantastic performances from Sydney band Picture Perfect & singer/songwriter Hannah Robinson. A great evening was had by all as the crowd braved the chill to watch both perform. Many thanks to both Picture Perfect and Hannah for performing and we look forward to seeing you at our seventh event next month! Stay tuned to our sessions page (http://www.theaureview.com/sessions) for more details. Photos by Johnny Au.
Purity Ring's fans were in for a treat when the duo returned to Melbourne as part of their current Aussie tour for Splendour in the Grass. 170 Russell was turned into a magical environment for the Canadians - check out these shots by Kimberley Salmond, who was down there for the AU review!
Best Coast performed their Splendour In The Grass festival sideshow at The Corner Hotel last night, with local melancholy dream popster Totally Mild in support. Tony Proudfoot snapped the moments...
Liverpudlian legends The Wombats have been kicking a solid amount of ass on Australian stages since arriving back in the country last week for Splendour and a run of shows in the capitals with Circa Waves. Stoked to have them back! Check out these photos from their Sydney show at the Hordern, shot by Gwen Lee.
Our exclusive photo coverage of Splendour in the Grass comes to an end with the earth-shaking performance from the one and only Blur. Check out photos of the UK legends alongside the likes of modern UK superheroes Royal Blood, Australia's psych kings Tame Impala and many, many more...
Death Cab For Cutie brought all the feels to 170 Russell in Melbourne over the weekend, stopping by the venue as part of their Australian tour that centred around Splendour in the Grass. Perri Cassie was done there to pohotograph his all-time favourite band and brings you these results!
Perth grunge rockers The Love Junkies, excited the punters at the Rosemount Hotel with an energy packed performance. Joining them were Gunns, Skullcave and The Drools. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos brings us the highlights of the night.
The mighty Blur makes their way back to Australia after a 20 year absence. Blur performed at the QANTAS Credit Union Arena last night as a warm up to their Splendour In The Grass headline appearance. Supporting act was Jamie T. Photos by Johnny Au.
All the action from the second full day of action at Splendour in the Grass in Byron Bay - with Florence + The Machine (pictured), The Wombats and many, many more.
Andrew Wade brings us all the action from Friday at Splendour in the Grass in Byron! The gallery features: #1 Dads, Client Liaison, Death Cab For Cutie, DZ Deathrays, Ecca Vandal (pictured), Everything Everything, Gengahr, Harts, Harvey Sutherland, Johnny Marr, Mark Ronson, Marmozets, Of Monsters and Men, The Rubens and Tired Lion!
English superstars Florence and The Machine performed a special one-off performance at the iconic Mrs Macquarie's Chair overlooking Sydney Harbour for Channel V to promote their latest album "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful". Photos by Johnny Au.