Japan’s Osaka Monaurail tore The Gov apart on Sunday night providing Adelaide with a dynamic hi-energy funk masterclass, and inducing the entire crowd to get up on their feet and dance in rhythmic ecstasy for a full two hours.
Fefu and her Friends is certainly not your average theatre experience, but it is a highly enjoyable and recommended one.
The State Theatre Company’s production of Elena Carapetis’s new play, The Gods Of Strangers, is destined to become a contemporary classic of Australian theatre. Make sure you grab a ticket!
The excited buzz amongst the departing fans at the end of the show confirmed that Ash had ‘made a connection, a full-on chemical reaction’, and this performance would be long treasured by all those who attended.
Live, Steven Wilson refuses to compromise his musical vision and declares that he intends to continue steering a course towards creating soundscapes that challenge and delight – and occasionally perplex – his audience.
Lachlan X. Morris’ new album Premeditations boasts a 70s inspired rock ’n’ roll vibe mixed with earthy indie beats making Premeditations an easy listening summer album.
Melbourne based singer/songwriter/producer Andrew Bitto released his new EP on the 12th of October. Known better as Spectoral, this upcomer set 6 songs onto the public for consumption, leading with a strong start, called “Movin’ on.”
It was like an old best friend came to visit when The Living End rolled into The Thebarton Theatre on Friday night, the band currently touring off the back of their latest studio album Wunderbar.
The Old Man & The Gun is a very entertaining film. It is a clever homage to Robert Redford’s earlier work, as well as being a film that calls out to us all to live our lives to the fullest for as long as we can.
Neon Tetra’s sophisticated, yet super fun style of music is a breath of fresh air in today’s musical landscape.