Barbu Electro Trad Cabaret is a delightfully unique circus rave; it’s big, it’s boozy and it’s beardy.
Month: January 2016
Speaking to us from his home in Tucson, founding member Joey Burns takes a moment away from cooking a Spanish stew to chat with us about what he’s looking forward to about coming back to Adelaide.
Playing at two of Adelaide’s most unique and notable live music venues was a conscious choice to set the scene to relive Buckley’s halcyon days.
“We don’t have to spend $160 million to ask a question we already know the answer to (through a costly and divisive plebiscite). We know Australians want this and I’ll be campaigning hard to get the parliament to deliver it.”
I would have a hard time, giving an Academy Award to someone who spent the entire movie spluttering and groaning.
Adam Lambert’s stage presence is a joy to watch; he is a consummate showman with flawless vocal strength and range.
The guys are very keen for you to join them at Jive on Saturday night and celebrate the production of an album they are particularly proud of.
It’s an honest, edgy recording, delivered with fat riffs, tight grooves and a whole lot of soul. Listening to Mara feels like a late night juke-joint with a bourbon in your hand.
Given how much is on and has been on it was a solid die hard crowd that had assembled to see Ohio’s Walk The Moon go through their paces.
This is not either Danny Boyle’s nor Aaron Sorkin’s best work by any stretch – I’ve seen better from both of them.