Splendour In The Grass - Day Three (Sunday)

 Kuren by Miranda Stokkel 

Kuren by Miranda Stokkel 

 AUSTEN by Jess Gleeson-

AUSTEN by Jess Gleeson-

 Mookhi by Aimee Catt

Mookhi by Aimee Catt

 Atmosphere Shot by Stills In Time

Atmosphere Shot by Stills In Time

Tired and sore punters descended onto the final day of Splendour In The Grass, 2017 with excitable passion. Thankfully the sunny weather held up, complementing the stunning Sunday lineup.

Sydney producer Kuren sparked the party vibes Mix-Up tent with rich, textured beats and sonic flavours; fashioning an emotive semblance. One of our favourite up and coming artists, Austen joined Kuren on stage to close out the set, by performing their hit collaboration, ‘Mon Amour’. Both Austen and Kuren are well on their way to becoming musical powerhouses in their respected fields.

Willaris K, brought his passion for synth driven techno, and amped it up tenfold! The producer boasts a talent of showcasing an emotional journey through mostly instrumental pieces. Residing in The Tiny Dancer stage, Willaris K captivated the crowd into a euphonic euphoria of brooding electro.

Mookhi is one of the most talented and exciting up and coming musos in the game. Through building lush tapestries of layered pads, and eclectic samples; Mookhi has developed a distinctive aura with her sound. Also playing at The Tiny Dancer stage, the Sydney based artist drew a modest, yet passionate crowd. Her beautiful brew of broken beats, and dark compositions were encompassed by sensual synths, and surreal brass ensembles. Mookhi’s set was without a doubt a massive highlight of whole weekend; where crisp and high quality production was melded with an extraordinary live performance. If you missed out on Mookhi's set be sure to catch her whenever she's in your area next, she's not one to be missed!

Where do I start with Enschway’s set? Just, holy shit… The Sydney based producer has quickly become one to watch, as his vivacious personality and signature future bass has exploded into newsfeeds and soundsystems around the world. Ripping up The Tiny Dancer stage, Enschway brought his A-game; with boisterous beats, and cleverly crafted mixes dominating the duration of the set.

LCD Soundsystem, and Bonobo officially closed out the final night of the festival, drawing massive crowds to the Amphitheatre and Mix-Up tents respectively.

Splendour In The Grass 2017 was an absolute blast! Patrons were treated to great weather, and an exquisite line-up. We can’t wait for the next “Splendour Bender” in 2018.