04/01/2016
Good tunes, good vibes, good time.

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Fashion Journal

To celebrate the summer solstice (because lord knows it deserves a celebration) we went along to OFF the GRID. It was the country's first solar-powered festival and one helluva day, occupied almost entirely by Melbourne's cool kids.

The line-up saw Banoffee, Cut Copy DJs, Tornado Wallace, Silent Jay + Jace XL, Prequel and Wax’o Paradiso spin beats powered entirely by the solar-panelled stage, with all proceeds invested back into sustainable initiatives. 

Photography: 
James J Robinson @ AEVOE

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