Late night at the Fringe is a strange, crazy time and thankfully there are an increasing number of acts that take advantage of this unique atmosphere. The well-lubricated audiences of 11 pm are up for a good time and Cult delivers just that.
If Grace is anything to go by, Louis Donnarumma is quite a talent, and someone worth watching as his career inevitably takes off.
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.
If you revelled in the ground-breaking work Bowie was doing in the mid to late seventies and then dreamed what he might be up to forty years later, then Blackstar would be a worthy answer.
2015 has been a fine year in music (and Australian music in particular). Here’s our list of the top 30 albums from the past 12 months.
Along the Way makes for great summer listening in the chilled out, Jack Johnson vein.
Quite simply, The Force Awakens is the best of the Star Wars films.
A Day on the Green continues to deliver high quality entertainment; it’s just a well-run event where everything simply works: the punters are in good spirits, the queues are manageable and the music is excellent.
Even if you are not a sports fan or have not followed Lance Armstrong’s story, there is enough drama and emotion here to keep you well entertained.
Adelaide musician/songwriter/producer Jimmy Marin releases his second full-length album, Along The Way, via independent record label Top Rope Records today. The official album launch is being held tonight at The Producers Bar.