The Good Things Festival made its debut up Australia’s East Coast between December 7-9, 2018 (our coverage here) and of course, we had to work out way into the compound to get you up close to some of the bands from the lineup. Backstage in Melbourne, Victoria, podcast host Browny was joined by fellow Wall of Sound writer/interviewers Ricky Aarons and Todd Gingell who all sat down with some of the most enjoyable musicians we’ve ever had the chance to interview for a face to face including the likes of Bullet For My Valentine, Northlane, Void of Vision, Make Them Suffer, Boston Manor, WAAX, Dashboard Confessional, The Wonder Years, Stone Sour and of course, the legendary Noodles from The Offspring.
Conversations included why The Offspring would never make a biographical movie about their lives and how a shitty suburb on the Gold Coast inspired one of WAAX‘s biggest singles to date, through to Stone Sour loudly declaring “rock is not fucking dead” and Void of Vision offering insightful tips for starting out in the music industry.
Get to know the bands personally via our chats and through their music which we’ve carefully handpicked and placed into the playlist so you can get the full experience and either relive (or cure your FOMO) from the first outing of Good Things Festival 2018.
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Bullet For My Valentine – 8:54
Northlane – 22:28
Void of Vision – 34:55
Make Them Suffer – 49:07
Boston Manor – 1:02:06
WAAX – 1:12:39
Dashboard Confessional – 1:26:22
The Wonder Years – 1:38:48
Stone Sour – 1:53:15
The Offspring – 2:08:12
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