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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Australia's first Big Day Out photos live on ITM

Created On January 21st, 2008 by angy

Are you getting all geared up about heading to your city’s Big Day Out over the next two weeks? Or were you at yesterday’s Gold Coast show? Either way, to get a taste of the action that went down in the first Australian show on Sunday, click HERE to check out the inthemix photos…

While South East Queensland has experienced unprecedented rainfall over the past few weeks, things dried up (for the most part) on Sunday. Famous resident and Ministry of Sound radio show host Goodwill is playing the Boiler Room at all Big Day out shows nationally, and ITM had a quick chat with him this morning to find out his highlights. “The Pnau show is incredible, and so was Krafty Kuts. They were my two highlights,” he said. “And Bjork is completely trippy, everyone should check her out. She is amazing! But Pnau’s show was tight; they are the best Australian act I’ve seen in ages.”

And from all other reports circulating (check out the forum discussion HERE), the artists delivered on what they promised and then some. UNKLE seem to be the one who took everyone by surprise (there’s been collective mutterings of “man, I lost my shit”) while the live performance of LCD Soundsystem was as satisfying as their critically acclaimed Sound of Silver album from last year would have suggested.

While Goodwill certainly may have dug her, there’s been mixed reports as to how Bjork’s quirky antics went down (including a scathing rundown in the Brisbane Times), But there’s been a general consensus that headliners Rage Against the Machine somehow managed to live up to all the excitement generated over their reunion. It was summed up fairly succinctly in our sibling site Fasterlouder’s review: “Frontman Zach De La Rocha is his usual firey self, while Tom Morello’s guitar work replicating those famous riffs is dazzling… The chemistry between the four members is seamless, all evidence of past friction gone… and it looks like these guys never left at all.”

Wanna know more as the Big Day Out juggernaut (and its many sideshows) roll around the country? Click here to check out ITM’s Full Coverage page.

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