The Love Mussels – It’s All Relative was a winner on all fronts. The venue was fantastic, the sound mix was pristine, and the band were on top form.
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.
Through a blend of storytelling, theatre and music, Salty Marco will teach some old-school western saloon etiquette, and help you to find answers to questions you didn’t even know you were asking yourself.
Oozing magnetism from every pore, rock royalty graced our shores for one night only and put on quite a show.
No matter how small Buffalo Drive’s imprint on the local music scene may seem to have been now, it was inarguably significant. It is great to be able to get to hear these songs played live again with such humour, joy and passion.
Love songs tinged with sadness, songs of hope to break our hearts and lift our spirits, and as ever, well deserved and perfectly crafted political reflections to enrage and entertain us are delivered with McDermott’s immutable magnetism. Paul McDermott – PLUS ONE is pure showmanship at its very best.
Great songs performed by a group of committed players who clearly love The Triffids’ music. Flawed at times, but the band exuded great spirit and it is a well established truism that the greatest rock and roll is often best anyway when precision is overruled passion!
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.
If you love music, you will love RECLINE. Lean in. Immerse yourself in the Hot Dub. Enjoy the tunes and the tingles.
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.