Undergound Lovers played an intimate gig at the Oxford Art Factory on Friday night with The Morning After Girls in support. Dan Turner brings us photos from the show.
Nik Thorup captures legendary DJ Afrika Bambaata in action at the Oxford Art Factory in Sydney.
I've always felt like Frightened Rabbit are one of those bands who fit into one of two categories: either you've seen them live and rave about them, or they've slipped under your radar and you've never really heard of them. They're a band whose Scottish folk sensibilities seem to have connected to a growing audience over the last ten or so years, with 2013 seeing the release of their fourth LP, Pedestrian Verse; their first release with a major label.
Frightened Rabbit played to a sold out crowd at the Oxford Art Factory last night with fellow Scots Admiral Fallow in support.
If I had to describe Matt and Kim in one sentence it would be this: they are one of the world's greatest live bands who you've probably never seen. And it's not like anyone would blame you for it. Sure, you might know a couple of songs, and they're always fun to listen to, but nothing screams "these guys would TOTALLY own live". But, alas, they totally do.
Matt and Kim put on an explosive live show in their third appearance at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory.
Well known Sydney band Dappled Cities played the Oxford Art Factory on Wednesday 24th April to celebrate their official ten year anniversary, a commendable achievement to have made it so long in the music industry! They were joined by Donny Benet and Collarbones for support.
Beloved dance-rock trio Midnight Juggernauts are finally ready to make a comeback after a bit of a hiatus, and the timing couldn’t be better, with enough of an absence to have send fans absolutely crazy for tickets to their current tour, which were snapped up pretty fast. Oxford Art Factory filled out very early on thanks to a very promising line-up with supports Four Door and YesYou.
The structure of “support-support-headliner” is a common one, so it’s rare for it to produce a well-balanced line up. But Steve Smyth, Gung Ho, and headliners Deap Vally are each as talented as they are stylistically diverse; making their recent show at Oxford Art Factory an unusual delight.
Californian rockers Deap Vally played at Oxford Art Factory last Friday supported by Gung Ho and Steve Smyth. Photos by Johnny Au
The psychedelic blues rock band Dewolff commanded attention as they took they stage at the Oxford Art Factory. The crazy Dutch trio were helped out by Grounds and Lines and made for an epic night.
The evening had a slow beginning, opening with Sydney’s hugely popular and surprise supporting act Collarbones, a somewhat suitable choice to preceed the main act. They played a short but effective set to all the crowds enjoyment who were busting out of their seats* to see Tom Krell.