Last night at Jive, Olympia delivered a highly satisfying taste of the old and the new on her ‘Star City’ tour of the country.
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.
Los Chicos’s lead singer, Rafa Sunen, spoke to The Upside News the day after his band’s magnificent support slot at Radio Birdman’s only Adelaide show.
At The Gov on Sunday night, Radio Birdman delivered a timely (& loud) reminder of why they are still among the best bands this country has ever produced.
Spain’s nuclear powered pub rockers, Los Chicos, stole the show at The Gov on Sunday night, and presented the crowd with an impassioned, raucous, high energy performance that will live long in the memories of those who witnessed it.
Brit-pop revivalists, The Kooks today announced they will be returning to South Australia for the first time in five years on December 28 to headline Beach Life
Postmodern Jukebox returned to Adelaide on Saturday night and reminded us all of why they attract such a fanatical following.
Director Yang Mingming’s first feature film, Girls Always Happy, will screen as a centrepiece of this year’s OzAsia Film Festival’s Women Directors In Asia selection.