The Gizz treated fans to a handful of tracks from their upcoming which all sounded killer live.
‘Rattlesnake’ has quickly become a crowd favourite, and the trippy microtonal riffs of ‘Nuclear Fusion’ inspired some truly awkward dance moves throughout the crowd.
Why you would then obnoxiously catcall frontwoman Georgia Maq I have no idea, but it did provide the perfect set-up for ‘Jet Fuel Can’t Melt Steel Beams’, and (somewhat depressingly) showed why their music and messages are so necessary.
After the fast punk vibes of Camp Cope, things were kicked back down a notch by Julia Jacklin who delivered one of her (trademarked) emotional sets.
This means that even those who’ve managed to avoid the Dunies’ antics to this point can quickly learn songs like ‘Dalai Lama, Big Banana, Marijuana’, ‘Scott Green’ and ‘Red Light Green Light’ and get amongst the weed-tinged chaos.
A cover of Violent Femmes’ ‘Blister in the Sun’ halfway through the set only helped to make things even crazier.
A particular highlight was a cover of The Strokes’ ‘Someday’ (performed here for which stripped away the fast riffs and drumming of the original to place all emphasis on those tender lyrics.The Xenia football team returned a final kickoff for a touchdown using four laterals (Photo: Hudl screen shot) " data-medium-file="https://usathss.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/screen-shot-2017-09-04-at-11-39-52-pm.jpg?w=300" data-large-file="https://usathss.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/screen-shot-2017-09-04-at-11-39-52-pm.jpg? w=1000" /There are few moments in sports history as exciting as the final play of the Cal-Stanford football game in 1982.He had the crowd dancing along like maniacs from opening banger ‘Life Itself’ to closing track and set highlight ‘Pork Soda’.Aside from fan favorites ‘Gooey’ and ‘Black Mambo’, the band’s set was totally comprised of material from their recent sophomore album Pysch legends Tame Impala closed out the day, and proved why they’ve become one of Australia’s most loved bands.