Vinyl Squeeze opened its doors eighteen months ago and has established itself as one of Adelaide’s best record shops. Last week it launched its website which means that they’ve now got another 800,000 items for record enthusiasts to browse through and buy!
STC’s Hydra is a challenging post-feminist re-examination of the relationship between George Johnston and Charmian Clift that, in its fiery volatility, created some of our nation’s most memorable literature.
Steve Martin & Martin Short’s show Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t will be coming to Australia later this year. The good news is that the tour will include a performance at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Monday November 11!
Luka Bloom entranced his Adelaide fans with a wonderful set of acoustic songs and engaging anecdotes at The Gov on Wednesday night.
Tim Burton’s Dumbo is a film uncertain of its intended audience. It pitches its social messages awkwardly, and in its retelling of the classic ‘ugly duckling’ story which lies at its core, it becomes too focussed on spectacle over substance to be deemed fully successful.
Sometime in the early seventies, experimental music icon, Brian Eno, left a hand-written note at the foot of […]
Evan Ziporyn’s Ambient Orchestra provided Adelaide audiences with an evocative and transportive overview of the evolution of ambient music at Elder Hall last night.
Masters Apprentices – Hands Of Time – there was a lot to like in this show because their songs are always great to hear, and the ring-in musicians were of top quality, but there were more than a few low points too.
English singer-somgwriter, Phoebe Katis, delivered a fantastic 5-star performance in The Carole King Story at the Garage International tonight.
Irish singer-songwriter, Wallis Bird’s first ever Adelaide show, on the last Wednesday night of the Adelaide Fringe, proved to be a most odd and, in unexpected ways, a most memorable performance.