PHOTO GALLERY: MAGGIE ROGERS AND STELLA DONNELLY, The Thebarton Theatre, 25th May 2019
Rocketman does nothing short of strap you in and send you deep into the life of Elton John on his rise to fame, the fantastical, bejewelled, colourful, explosion of chaos that it is… You walk into this film expecting to see the music and the career that made the legend, but what you’re gifted is the beautifully raw Reginald Kenneth Dwight, learning that the only love he ever needed to want was his own. Rocketman is a cinematic musical masterpiece and a heart-warming ode to selflove.
The Upside News got a chance to talk to legendary song writer, Andrew McSweeney about Dirty Rascal’s latest single release, What Would Love Do and coinciding tour, politics and motivations, what it was like working with the late great Ross Hannaford and plans for the future.
Carclew, in partnership with the City of Adelaide’s Emerging Curator Program, is offering three young arts practitioners the opportunity to curate visual art projects in a variety of Council locations.
Punk genre-melding five-piece, Zebrahead returned to Australia for the first time in five years
Maggie Rogers and Stella Donnelly will play at Thebarton Theatre on May 25
We talked to drummer Anthony Caruso ahead of the tour to discuss the different forms that Rue took while recording, how the album was inspired by Elvis Presley and Queen, the difficulties of choosing a live setlist and their reasons behind their support for the tour.
Maree Holmes was there to capture some of the musical action featuring Thirsty Merc, Neon Tetra and Abbey Howlett.
we chatted with guitarist Alex to hear about their recent massive stadium shows, how their hiatus was a blessing in disguise and how their little hometown of Ipswich unexpectedly kickstarted their success.
Pagan’s live show isn’t a normal metal show, it’s more of a heavy metal disco with cult-themed imagery, hot pink neon lights and bottles of red wine, which has made the band notorious.