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’15 Jul 25 Sat

Saturday 25th July

  • Splendour in the Grass day two – in pictures

    After torrential rain overnight, the site is looking a tad worse for wear. But, hey, the sun’s out and there’s music to be heard – Azealia Banks, Florence, Dandy Warhols among them – so who cares about swampy conditions, right ... ?

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’15 Jul 24 Fri

Friday 24th July

  • Da$h, Domo Genesis, & Remy Banks – “4:50AM”

    Imagine clicking on SoundCloud eager to hear a one-off song from three incredible under-the-radar rappers and finding this as the description of the song: “Influential classical music for the bitches and hoes.” I wanted to laugh out loud when I read that, but then, I thought of how many men would probably read it and, […]

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  • Splendour in the Grass 2015 – Friday as it happened

    Guardian Australia’s team on the ground bring you all the latest news, reviews, and interviews from the north New South Wales festival

    • Get in touch with us on @GdnAusCulture

    6.54pm AEST

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  • Tkay Maidza at Splendour: you don't have to do what everyone else is doing

    The teenage rapper from Adelaide says she’s found a style of her own, despite the Azealia Banks comparisons and label pressure to be a pop star

    After feeling pressure from labels to be a “pop star”, Tkay Maidza says she feels like she’s found a style that’s entirely her own. The 19-year-old rapper, who still lives at home with her parents in Adelaide, describes her direction as “weird”, and she feels grateful – if a bit taken aback – that it seems to be resonating with people.

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’15 Jul 23 Thu

Thursday 23rd July

’15 Jul 22 Wed

Wednesday 22nd July

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