There’s very few bands that can stand the test of time, let alone for decades… let alone in dance music… let alone live dance music but I’ll be damned if The Prodigy doesn’t continue to deliver! Last time we caught them at Future Music festival in less than ideal conditions (ok it was horrible wading through shin deep swampy mud!) so it was a treat to stay (mostly) dry this time.

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01.14.2019

Parcels…err delivering @_@ the electropop disco goodies at The Triffid last week!

Metal-core double header! Local lads Parkway Drive with Massachusetts mates Killswitch Engage fighting the rain with flames… lots of flames!

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Parkway Drive

Aussie funk phenomenon The Bamboos with live in powerhouse vocalist Kylie Auldist bought that fat juicy funkalicious to The Triffid.

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Pendulum finally brought their infamous live show back to life on the back of their new “Reworks” album and they didnt disappoint! Local Brissie lads, Earthlings backed them up on the national tour.

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Pendulum

  

Escape the Fate played a sold out crowd at the Triffid!

Massachusetts locals and purveyors of beard punk, Four Year Strong blasted through nearly 20 songs in an hour on their Rise or Die Trying 10th anniversary tour at The Triffid.

New Found Glory smashed out a mega set on their 20 years of pop punk tour the other week. Can you believe it? 20 years! Anyone else feeling old? They covered full albums, Sticks and Stones and Catalyst, arguably some of their best work, along with a selection of songs off their latest offering, Makes Me Sick. Check out the bumper highlights below!

Ah the 90’s, the era that exploded rap and RnB and boy was it a treat with the I love the 90s tour’s line up of Young MC, Tone Loc, Color Me Badd, Coolio, Salt n Pepa and the man himself, Vanilla Ice! Go ninja, go ninja, GO!!

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06.15.2017

Beat master and vinylphile DJ Shadow was in town for his The Mountain Will Fall album tour laced with soundscapes, heavy beats and trippy visuals.

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