As a band, Cold War Kids don’t verbally engage much during a show, but they do have a Nick Cave-like energy as they prowl the stage, connecting with each other and the audience through demeanour and a commitment to performance.
While Groovin the Moo is a national touring event, there will be a strong local flavour to festivities when it arrives in Oakbank on 25th April, making for a truly unique festival.
Thanks to Universal Pictures, we have five double passes to give away!
‘A Bigger Splash’ attempts to tell us we have become so consumed with our own internal emotional dialogues that we have lost the ability to effectively communicate in any broader forum.
The band left a few hundred pre-middle aged people feeling not quite so old and maybe just a little slightly reborn.
Despite slightly lower crowd numbers on the WOMAD Monday, the last day of the festival boasted some of the best performances.
Sunday at WOMAD was a hot day that gave way to a nicely chilled night.
Another magical day at WOMADelaide and we are still only half way through the festival!
Part of the Irish Showcase at the German Club, Underneath is written and performed by Pat Kinevane, who […]
Danny Condon is the self-confessed black sheep in his family. A triple threat singer/dancer/actor in a family of […]