Celebrating the launch of her stunning second single, Yollks put on an outstanding performance at Melbourne’s The Curtin to a small but eager crowd. The bill for the night turned out to be one of the strongest to have appeared of late, and revealed the strength of the local electronic scene.
The last time I saw Tash Sultana, she was busking as a relative unknown on Bourke St. This time, I saw her step onto a stage to what was the fourth of an impressive run of sell-out shows at 170.
As far as walk-on songs go, The Jurassic Park theme does perhaps set quite lofty expectations for an epic performance. Fortunately, this is exactly what Melbourne pop darlings Swim Season delivered.
The room filled out quickly for Vincent Sole’s first show, filling up the upstairs band room at the Gasometer Hotel long before he started. Lucky for those present however, Melbourne stunners Aeora and Yollks were ready to impress anyone listening.
Leaving her darling lab Charlie (of his own cult following) behind, Mallrat has taken to the East Coast for her first run of headline shows. The three date tour kicked off in Melbourne, where she had the sold out crowd in love.