Although the Crown & Anchor, in retrospect, was wildy inappropriate as a venue for this show – too […]
Only months after completing their fourth Australian visit, New York’s musical deconstructionists, Postmodern Jukebox, have announced they will […]
The Old Man & The Gun is a very entertaining film. It is a clever homage to Robert Redford’s earlier work, as well as being a film that calls out to us all to live our lives to the fullest for as long as we can.
Fahrenheit 11/9 is an unsettling viewing experience, but encourages its audience to join the collective call for change and to take action to stop our world from entering an even darker period of political insanity.
Peter Murphy at The Gov – ‘The simple repetition and abrasive discordance that once made Bauhaus sound so startlingly different, and unlike anything else, now sound dated, and, to be honest, simply unpleasantly noisy in places.’
The Upside News had a long chat with rock legend John Steel about The Animals’ impending return visit to Adelaide in November, and asked him to put us straight on a whole host of contentious stories from the band’s past…
England’s sixties rock wild boys, The Pretty Things, finally made it into Adelaide – after a fifty-five year delay – on Saturday night. They delivered an impossible-to-ignore explosion of classic rock and roll energy!
It is not every day you get to speak to the man largely heralded as being responsible for a completely new genre of music – ‘goth rock’ – so The Upside News summoned up all of its powers of fortitude and made the call…
Sunshine That Can Move Mountains is an exploration of the complexity of the relationships that dominate all our lives – with family, friends and community, and with our gods and our environment. It’s a wonderful piece of cinema.
Family Fold’s new album, Ashfield Skyline, is a good record, and if the target audience that the lyrics seem to be speaking to most – the reflective, the nostalgic, the life-experienced – get to hear it, they’ll love it.