Tag Archives: July 2015

Live Review : Mark Ronson at Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne – July 29, 2015

Mark Ronson + Guests at Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne - July 2
Having built a career on collaborating with the best up and coming artists it was only fitting that Ronson bring along some big supports and cameos to help him deliver his Splendour sideshows to an enthusiastic Australian audience.
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Photo Gallery : Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival 2015

Photographer: Amy Skinder – Afterglow Photography
George MacFloyd Blues Band at Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival
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Splendour In The Grass 2015 – Review

Day 0 – Splendour in the Mud
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Gumboots ☑

Ponchos ☑

Preparedness for the onslaught of Mud ☐

That last one was a miserable oversight on my behalf, after what seemed like the cruisiest drive from Melb to the Splendour site, we were all greeted with a battleground of punters who were already covered in a layer of muddy sludge. After begrudgingly setting up camp in the rain it was into the site we went.

Our tents may have been wet, but our spirits were not dampened,
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Splendour in the Grass TV connected by Telstra

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Splendour in the Grass TV connected by Telstra
With Live Performances from
blur and Royal Blood
And featured sets from
Of Monsters and Men, Peking Duk, Jarryd James
Sunday July 26th, 5pm – Midnight (AEST)

If you are a lover of all things music, but won’t be heading to this year’s Splendour in the Grass, never fear, your mates at Telstra have your back…

Telstra are partnering with Splendour to create Splendour In The Grass TV!
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Exhibition : David Bowie is…

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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) today launched the critically acclaimed exhibition celebrating one of the most influential artists in music, film and video, fashion and performance. David Bowie is comes to ACMI from London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) for a strictly limited season from 16 July 2015 as part of the Victorian Government’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series.
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