The Great Buddha is not an easy film to watch, it is confronting in places, and the characters are hard to warm to – but by the film’s end you realise that a number of its images and ideas have been burned indelibly into your psyche.
Today at the Exeter, She’s The Band are launching their digital EP A Place of Our Own by having a two stage, all day festival of excellent music at The Exeter.
Living The Dream offers another round of classic rock riffs with a level of diversity and new ideas that make this record stand out above the rest. Arguably the best album yet from Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators
With the upcoming release of First Man, we have some double passes to give away!
South Aussie creatives New Wave: Audio Theatre have just unleashed their new season of radio plays and it […]
ownload Festival expands to Sydney and Melbourne with a massive lineup featuring heavy metal icons such as Ozzy Osbourne, Slayer, Judas Priest and Alice In Chains coming to Aus in March 2019.
Shiver me timbers! Adelaide’s Captain Hellfire & The Wretched Brethren launch a pirate game and debut EP
Capacity is limited, so get in early to avoid disappointment. This is absolutely unmissable for soul music fans and Adelaide party people.
“After months of working on ‘Big Machine’, it’s exactly the song I imagined it to be; which is what I’m most proud of. I would say that the new songs sound fresh and they feel good to play. They feel like they are authentically me.”
German three-piece psych rockers the Samsara Blues Experiment are a band that very much let their playing do the talking. With no affected stage antics or outlandish outfits, and an absence of talk between songs, their 90 minute set at the Crown and Anchor on Sunday night was all about the music.