"You mirin, brah?"
Unless its promoters pull off the equivalent of a Netflix revival, the outlook isn't great.
Nobody has to know that you spent the summer working night fill at the local IGA.
Drug-testing facilities are legal and saving lives overseas, but Australian politicians are determined they stay banned here. We decided to take matters into our own hands.
We caught up with three Melbourne dealers to chat about the risks and ethics of what they do. Is it true dealers never consider the consequences?
Read this open letter, signed by a number of prominent Australians, calling for pill testing at festivals.
Some believe "drug checking" stations, which test drugs for harmful substances, set up outside festivals could help curb the deaths.
This comes following two recent ecstasy-related deaths concurrent with the country's Stereosonic festival.
The police officers were targeted by internal investigations.
This is the fifth music festival-related drug death in the last twelve months in the state.
We had a quick chat to a member of the Poo Crew.
I saw a guy almost blinded when his glasses were smashed. I saw a kid in a tiger suit crying on the ground. I saw a woman struggling to pick herself up among the fury of legs and arms. I saw things I'll never unsee.