Kingswood, it’s a word that conjures up passion amongst most Aussies. The solid grunt, invariably reliable and iconic lines, they are hard to beat. Then there is the car.
Fraser A. Gorman kicked off his national tour in Adelaide at the Grace Emily last night, treating the appreciative audience to a full rendition of Easy Dazy, his superb new record.
It’s this “give no f*cks”, pure mosh mentality that has fans coming back for more – and more they gave.
Machine Head are offering a live show that no other band at their level is matching.
The Deer Johns approached this performance as a chance to indulge in some high-spirited fun and gave the assembled crowd a more than generous opportunity to sing and dance, and relive the rock and roll abandon of their suburban youth.
Triage! – A Nursing Cabaret suffers a little from its uneven structure and approach but Zuleika Khan certainly has a strong voice, a clear sense of passion and a wicked sense of humour, so
this show is definitely with examining.
The Presets may not have drawn a capacity crowd of their people to this gig, but they certainly made sure that those who did make the effort to get to the show were rewarded with a generous selection of tunes to work out to.
Fleur Kilpatrick’s play, Terrestrial, touches upon universal truths, and minor flaws in this slightly frayed production do not deter its key concerns from having a significant impact.
There’s something a little bit magic about Middle Kids. Listening to their anticipated debut LP, Lost Friends, it’s hard to believe this is a band on their first full outing.
As a double bill, at The Gov on Monday night, Dr. John Cooper Clarke and Squeeze provided one of the best shows of the year so far.