The Multicultural Eid Festival is returning to Adelaide Showgrounds this weekend and we have some free passes to give away!
A core group of up to ten participants will be drawn from applications to complete the program free of charge over the course of three months.
With a stellar opener by Anna Jay, an Adelaide singer who delivered clean, angelic vocals and honest songs about the ups and downs of life and mental health battles, the evening was already promising a top notch musical exhibition.
The track demonstrates Motez’s vast musical knowledge by incorporating an array of genres; combining various styles of electronic music with classical elements and making clever use of house claps, classical piano arpeggios, and fast-paced dance and techno nuances.
Earlier this month, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and the nominations have caused an uproar of accusations for racism within the music industry.
A tender and transcendant introduction to the accomplished musicians solo work, ‘Over Salt Sea’ is dedicated to the sea in a meditative piece that evokes light playing on water.
South Australia’s newest multi genre immersive performance space, The Lab, has announced their latest classical music series, Interlude. […]
The event will see Folk Alliance Australia Young Artists of the Year Saije from Bellingen NSW and Adelaide Hills local troubadour Tim Moore take to the stage to celebrate live original music in the regional town.
Lather delivered a note-perfect set of Zappa classics from the seventies to a full-house of happy Frank-ophiles last night.
Loop pedals, beatboxing, guitar, keys and solid vocals give this show its strength, and the chemistry between Valentine and Andy provides the charm.