Opera Oblivia might be seen as the album that put Hellions on the map, but Rue may be the new fan favourite.
Last night at Jive, Olympia delivered a highly satisfying taste of the old and the new on her ‘Star City’ tour of the country.
England’s sixties rock wild boys, The Pretty Things, finally made it into Adelaide – after a fifty-five year delay – on Saturday night. They delivered an impossible-to-ignore explosion of classic rock and roll energy!
Clowns played the Cranka on Friday night and Katrina was there to catch all the action.
Family Fold’s new album, Ashfield Skyline, is a good record, and if the target audience that the lyrics seem to be speaking to most – the reflective, the nostalgic, the life-experienced – get to hear it, they’ll love it.
Los Chicos’ latest album – By Medical Prescription – is out now!
At The Gov on Sunday night, Radio Birdman delivered a timely (& loud) reminder of why they are still among the best bands this country has ever produced.
Spain’s nuclear powered pub rockers, Los Chicos, stole the show at The Gov on Sunday night, and presented the crowd with an impassioned, raucous, high energy performance that will live long in the memories of those who witnessed it.
With its strong comedic cast, you may very well find yourself chuckling through the whole thing, but perhaps this one could’ve skipped the big screen and headed straight to Netflix.
Prepare yourself for a sprinkling of quips to cut through the tension and emotion of this film, and ready yourself for powerful adrenaline-led scenes and picturesque space views one can only dream of experiencing.