It’s okay not to be okay, nobody is okay one hundred percent of the time. These songs are living proof that we as people still struggle, always have and always will.
Nouvelle Vague’s Adelaide performance was a wondrous melange of the odd and the melodic.
The intimate crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre on Friday night was transported back to a decade ago, as the Canadian group opened up with two songs from third studio album Crisis.
Low Teens is a contribution of a 20+ year band finding their strengths and building on these with new inspirations. Finishing with an encore of ‘Awful Lot’, Every Time I Die left Adelaide on the highest of notes proving that they are still only getting started.
A chat with Black Star Riders singer, Ricky Warwick, about the band’s new record, their career so far, his recent solo work and Thin Lizzy’s formidable legacy.
Ever since the release of The Sixth Sense in 1999, director M. Night Shyamalan has been the king of the motion picture plot twist. His latest offering, Split is no different.
Yesterday, The Cat Empire’s Felix Riebl accompanied by indigenous teenage choir Marliya, released ‘Ms Dhu’, a song which describes the outrage felt by Ms Dhu’s family, community and supporters of this senseless tragedy.
It’s less than a fortnight until PJ Harvey hits Thebarton Theatre with a ten piece band as part of her eight date tour of Australia and New Zealand.
If I had the choice to be part of one band in the world it would be hard to go past Lake Street Dive.
Neil Young & The Rolling Stones have every right to follow their own paths, they both have a total body of work which has earned them respect and admiration, but surely that doesn’t mean they should ignore quality control so dismissively in the latter stages of their careers?