Frankenstein: How To Create a Monster is a thrilling performance that breathes new life into an old text through a talented bunch of young artists.
‘Twice’ “Music from the Motion Picture Once”’ is exactly as advertised – Celtic/Folk/Bluegrass band Gypsy Rumble present the […]
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival has announced that the Girls Rock! Stage will return to Adelaide leg of the event for a second year.
By The C, held at Glenelg Beach over the weekend, delivered some great summer sounds while heralding the homecoming of Adelaide ex-pats Cold Chisel and Paul Kelly alongside recent ARIA winners The Teskey Brothers with support from The Detonators and The Tim Prestwich Band.
What was your favourite music from 2019? There was some excellent material released this year and, in our annual wrap up of the best albums, we look back on just some of the great records that dropped in the last 12 months.
Lebanese-born, Paris-based DJ, Hadi Zeidan delivered an OzAsia double header at Nexus Arts over two nights at the festival’s tail end, with Shik Shak Shok on Thursday 31st October and Beirut Electro Parade the following evening.
It has been a busy few months for Japanese Wallpaper aka Gab Strum, who heads to town on Saturday 2 November as part of an extensive national tour on the back of his much anticipated debut album, Glow, released earlier this month.
Today Cold Chisel announced a huge national tour that will bring the band to the sands of Glenelg Beach on 4 January alongside some top shelf support acts, headed by the legendary Paul Kelly.
You Am I and Adalita have much in common and, having shared a stage on countless occasions across their careers, it was a joy to experience both in full flight on Thursday night at the Gov.
L.R. Marsh’s debut solo offering The Ghosts Of is music to enjoy with a late night whiskey by the fire or to see you through a lazy Sunday afternoon.