Adelaide High School Head Prefect, Naomi Crosby, will be keeping the class in order tonight at the Festival […]
On Friday 19th June, a couple of wasted wanderers will do goddamn anything to get you to buy their debut EP.
Dropping the two legendary ‘90s bands left the festival with an all-male line-up, which Sarah McLeod, front-woman of The Superjesus, hilariously dubbed ‘a sausage fest’.
Wearing his heart on his sleeve, he is courageously embracing an unfamiliar world of chaos and cabaret, and dedicating his performance to his late father.
Having performed since she was a child, Maddy has come a long way to be in the festival, and that includes the five-hour drive she undertakes to get to rehearsals.
Set twenty-two years after the original Oscar winning Jurassic Park films, Jurassic World, directed by Colin Trevorrow and produced by Steven Spielberg, has a lot of expectation to live up to.
In the streaming era, so much music is designed to resist the consumer’s urge to skip or shuffle; so it’s really quite refreshing to hear music that expects something of the audience, where the reward lies in repeated listens rather than the obvious, but fleeting, hook.
“It’s about lust and trust. Be prepared to squirm, either with mirth or discomfort. Our challenge is to make it funny, but also thought provoking!” says director Erik Strauts.
Dallas Frasca is just pure rock’n’roll and it’s a beautiful thing.