After Woodes wrote Sylvan Esso a poem, and delivered it via Twitter, they decided to do a show together at Oxford Art Factory. Catch a glimpse of all the loveliness that went down.
He’s proud of us, and so shared his soul with one of the more packed Oxford Art Factory crowds we’ve ever seen. Relive Sandy (Alex G) being in the building.
Packed with long-running jams, a support set from Sydney darlings Middle Kids, and more textures than you can find at Spotlight, The War On Drugs sold out time at The Enmore Theatre was truly ablaze.
This year alone, they’ve taken out our Album of The Week with their self titled debut, played Laneway Festival and packed out a Lansdowne Hotel alongside These New South Wales and Moaning Lisa. Check out the damage done by Dream Wife.
Nothing like a Sunday boogie in the sunshine. Here’s what went down at Summer Dance #1 with the iconic Honey Dijon, Dan Shake, Project Pablo & more.