360's fans would have to be the most passionate in the country, fanatically chanting his lyrics (they even know the ones that haven't been released yet) and lining up diligently for a quick handshake after the show (360 always meets his fans one-on-one after his shows). So it made perfect sense that the Melbourne rapper set the vibe-standard high for the first night of the 2017 Live Lodge.
Premiering new tracks including "Tiny Angel" — a harrowing, minimal tale of a friend's experience with losing a child during birth — 60 had the crowd in his pocket for an hour set that seemed to fly by. 60 (Matt Colwell to his mum) is in top shape after his much publicised drug and mental-health struggles and the crowd also seems to be lifted by his triumphant comeback, and is seriously pumped for the imminent announcement of his new album Vintage Modern.
After a mammoth meet-and-greet with the fans, the Live Lodge closed its doors on what was the most memorable first night ever. We're looking forward to I Know Leopard tonight!