Australian audiences will be among the first to hear songs from the new Innocent Criminals’ album, Call It What It Is, their first in eight years.
Car Boot Sale is greater than the sum of its parts, packed with wonderful melodies and incisive observations, and reminding us once again of what a great talent we have in Kevin Mitchell.
The most impressive thing about The New Cabal is the way the four players work together, with the kind of connection that shows they are a band in the truest sense.
The Redhead Cabaret is sexy, humorous and highly entertaining burlesque, just what the Cabaret Fringe should be.
Honey Bones is charmingly loose around the edges, while showcasing Angus Stone’s strong songwriting skills.
Kurt Phelan is one very talented man who sure knows how to engage an audience. His semi-autobiographical show at La Boheme for the Cabaret Fringe is fantastic entertainment.
Nick Cave has been an innovator his entire career, and the approach taken to this release proves no different, with a film event coinciding with the new album, Skeleton Tree.
Peter Garrett will be touring his new solo album, A Version of Now, to more intimate venues this winter, including an August 6th date at the Gov in Adelaide.
Last Wednesday night The Upside News experienced Randy Hansen’s Hendrix Revolution show at the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide. Check out our photo gallery of Hansen’s charismatic performance.
The world can never again experience Jimi Hendrix in live performance, but Randy Hansen is the next best thing.