It’s okay not to be okay, nobody is okay one hundred percent of the time. These songs are living proof that we as people still struggle, always have and always will.
Nouvelle Vague’s Adelaide performance was a wondrous melange of the odd and the melodic.
The intimate crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre on Friday night was transported back to a decade ago, as the Canadian group opened up with two songs from third studio album Crisis.
Low Teens is a contribution of a 20+ year band finding their strengths and building on these with new inspirations. Finishing with an encore of ‘Awful Lot’, Every Time I Die left Adelaide on the highest of notes proving that they are still only getting started.
Melbourne singer songwriter Scott Darlow, who had a very big 2016 with his version of ‘Solid Rock’, tells us about his favourite music acts to have come out of Adelaide.
Robyn Hitchcock’s show at the Grace Emily on Thursday night was a homecoming of sorts. A quick scan […]
The only bad thing about an A Day To Remember show is that they now have too many hits to fit into a setlist.
Baroness treated Adelaide to a gigantic setlist of hits spanning across their discography, with a focus on their latest, grammy nominated success, Purple.
The great news is that, despite time taking its toll on so many of their contemporaries and confining these acts to our fast receding memories, The Animals are still gigging and travelling the world – and coming to Adelaide.
Anti-Flag fans can now say they have seen it all. Seeing Anti-Flag’s iconic album For Blood And Empire in full was a once in a lifetime experience that only Australian’s can say they have seen.