Inside Outlines is a beast of a blues rock album from guitarist, singer/songwriter L.R. Marsh – read the full review here.
The final night of the WOMADelaide 2021 concert series, with a headline performance from Midnight Oil and First Nations Collaborators, was all about the circular nature of time.
The Teskey Brothers have an understandable affinity with WOMADelaide, but this Monday night marks their first appearance at the world music festival, when they will share the stage with Midnight Oil.
Lior is no stranger to WOMADelaide. But this year’s event will be quite different, being run as a series of sunset concerts at a new location in the East Parklands; accordingly, the singer / songwriter is also taking things in a new direction on the opening night.
Here’s the Upside list of the top 30 albums of 2020!
With its bright and breezy songcraft, Lime Cordiale’s 14 Steps to a Better You is an album that sounds like the outdoors during summertime; and yet it arrives in the middle of winter when many of us are locked down. It, therefore, just might be the pick-me-up that we need right now.
It was another sun-drenched day for the Sunday of WOMADelaide 2020 and, while the program may have been missing some of the star power of other days, there was a host of great performances to enjoy.
Our highlights for the second day of this year’s WOMADelaide included The Blind Boys of Alabama, Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi, Aldous Harding, Spinifex Gum, Dyson Stringer Cloher and Salif Keita.
The first night of WOMADelaide 2020 delivered a spectacular line-up of talent in a big opening to the four day music festival, culminating in a terrific headliner performance from The Cat Empire.
Tim Rogers’ Fringe show at the Fortuna Spiegeltent is a delightful 90 minutes of Fringe magic, mixing cabaret, […]