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Highlights were few and far between at Rodriquez's show
"Nothing annoys me more than someone just tapping away and I can’t understand what they’re actually playing."
"I definitely appreciate the people who listen to us and I suppose I just hope that they appreciate the music that we want to make."
Continuing to play every song they could think of – rehearsed or not – they may have gone well over curfew, but they could never overstay their welcome.
Dessner’s lauded Aheym was then performed in all its glory by chamber orchestra, its dense and abrasive arrangement providing the perfect finale to another beautiful evening at one of our best venues.
"It really is like a bridge between cultures and I feel like our music has gone down well pretty much everywhere we’ve gone."
Eddie Vedder charmed the pants off the day’s biggest crowd as they brought the house down like it was nothing. It was a grand finale for what was, sadly, Perth’s very last Big Day Out.
Upbeat and tight with a focus on writing catchy tunes, it’s still early days but they definitely have potential.
By the end of it you felt like everything had descended into utter madness with Lysol’s extended trip-out section winding down the set, before a final dual-drum solo came out of nowhere and damn near knocked us off our feet, in the best possible way.