Splendour in the Grass 2015

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Dustin Tebbutt: working solo, there's not so much time to sit and stew
With an upcoming EP and tour, the singer-songwriter talks about doing everything himself and why playing a small stage beats Splendour in the Grass

Interview by Alexandra Spring

12, Sep, 2015 @3:16 AM

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A many-Splendoured thing: how art at music festivals makes people think
Splendour in the Grass festival’s challenging artworks including a full-sized Amish community, an archaelogical dig and Nicolas Cage ... in a cage

Alexandra Spring

29, Jul, 2015 @8:12 AM

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Azealia Banks slams 'violent' Australian audiences as 'terrible crowds to play for'
Fresh off the back of her appearance at Splendour in the Grass festival, the singer gets embroiled in Twitter war of words with Australian fans

Nancy Groves

28, Jul, 2015 @5:03 AM

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Splendour in the Grass 2015 – our photo highlights
After three days out and about at this year’s Splendour festival in Australia, our photographer Jonny Weeks rounds up his photo highlights

Photographs by Jonny Weeks

28, Jul, 2015 @4:06 AM

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Oz stylewatch: Splendour in the Grass
Suede fringing and wide-brimmed felt hats will have you fitting in on the northern New South Wales festival scene

Elle Hunt

27, Jul, 2015 @8:15 AM

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Splendour 2015 review roundup: Azealia Banks, Dandy Warhols, Rubens, UV boi
From rap to rock, Splendour in the Grass got the muddy crowds dancing whatever the genre, and the Aussie acts more than held their own

Alexandra Spring , Freddy McConnell , Alan Evans and Bill Code

27, Jul, 2015 @7:56 AM

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Tame Impala's Kevin Parker: there's no Aussie psych scene, we're just 10 people
Between a Mark Ronson cameo and his own main-stage set at Splendour in the Grass, Guardian Australia caught up with the Tame Impala frontman to talk break-up albums and Jacuzzis

Nancy Groves and Alexandra Spring

27, Jul, 2015 @5:54 AM

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Splendour in the Grass 2015 – Sunday as it happened
There was no day of rest for Guardian Australia as we pulled on our gumboots for the third and final day of the festival and pushed on through to Blur

Nancy Groves, Alexandra Spring, Jonny Weeks, Alan Evans, Freddy McConnell , Bill Code and Elle Hunt

26, Jul, 2015 @9:45 AM

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Florence + the Machine review – a sermon from pop's high priestess
Fresh from headlining Glastonbury, Florence Welch drew a huge crowd at Splendour in the Grass for a spellbinding set she seemed to believe in, too

Elle Hunt

26, Jul, 2015 @6:55 AM

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What's fun and rhymes with Splendour in the Grass?
If you’re tired of watching bands, there are plenty of other things to do around the festival site. Some of them even rhyme. Guardian Australia investigates

Elle Hunt and Alan Evans

26, Jul, 2015 @5:44 AM

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Splendour in the Grass 2015 – Saturday as it happened
From First Dog on the Moon to Florence and the Machine, Saturday at Splendour has all the treats – follow our adventures around the festival site

Nancy Groves, Alexandra Spring, Alan Evans, Elle Hunt, Bill Code, Freddy McConnell and Jonny Weeks

25, Jul, 2015 @3:58 PM

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Death Cab For Cutie review – a reminder of who you used to be
The veteran band’s expert recreation of their introspective songs offers the audience a way to revisit their past – which is exactly what they want

Elle Hunt

25, Jul, 2015 @8:54 AM

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