Melbourne’s Sugar Mountain Festival was a hell of a night. Kirin J Callinan embroiled himself in controversy involving a photosensitive epileptic and body builder. Action Bronson was (falsely) rumoured to have been arrested. Most of all though, the music reigned. From ESG through to standout locals Brothers Hand Mirror and dancing ‘til the very end courtesy of Stone’s Throw label chief Peanut Butter Wolf.
We were there capturing the madness. Either follow us on Instagram (@volleyaustralia) for more vicarious thrills or win weekly giveaways to them on our competition page.
Nobody’s grousing about ol’ Dino Jr having reformed. The music is still vital, J Mascis is still borderline mute and their videos are still tongue in cheek. Like their most recent, starring Henry Rollins and alt comedy heroes James Urbaniak and Maria Bamford. Want to do better than YouTube? You could see them live at California’s biggest music festival.