Renee Geyer opened her show with a version of B.B. King’s The Thrill Is Gone, a song whose title could not be further from the truth for those who bought tickets to see her this time around.
The Sydney-based producer and vocalist, whose sound is a collage of hyperactive beats, grimey basslines and global tropical music culture inspired electronica – or as she describes it, ‘troppo chilli flakes’ is looking forward to seeing the sights of the Victorian music festival.
In a night to remember, Lydia Lunch Retrovirus gave Adelaide a dose of their in-your-face, sonic brutality at the RCC on Thursday.
With an all female line up, The buoys got together due to a lack of visibility in female musicians in original bands, which Zoe says is crucial for inspiring young people to take up music as an interest or career.
A guaranteed show-stopper (and aphrodisiac), Haus of Hans is the best of what the Adelaide Fringe has to offer. You’ll be kicking yourself if you miss it darlings!
Things Of Stone And Wood will be bringing their 30th Anniversary Tour to the Garden Of Unearthly Delights, on Saturday March 14. The show will be packed with all of their hits and a few songs from their first new album in 17 years.
Tim Rogers’ Fringe show at the Fortuna Spiegeltent is a delightful 90 minutes of Fringe magic, mixing cabaret, […]
It’s not every day we get the opportunity to see an entirely authentic African circus jam-packed with such a talented cast. As the host of Cirque Africa says himself, without the support of the audience – Fringe goes may have to endure yet another all Australian circus / physical theatre act in the years to come!
Reine Beau Anderson Dudley sings The Carpenters hits beautifully, never trying to slavishly emulate the original vocal stylings, yet delivering interpretations that are often as stunningly emotive and affective as the originals.
Aussie pub-band energy with a cult alternative playlist, the Straight-Jacket Tailors cover The Velvet Underground and Lou Reed classics at the Grace Emily.