Eleven is a lyrically powerful and musically upbeat album, which the artist says is credit to her honesty and her relationship with her collaborators.
All the ingredients that have yielded Cold Chisel’s iconic status in Australian music were on display as they rocked the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Tuesday night, a performance that proved, even into the band’s fifth decade, they remain at the top of their game.
We love Adelaide. We absolutely love it. Whenever we tour, we try to fit it in. I know a lot of bands miss it, but we have a really strong, dedicated fan base out there that have stuck with us for ten years.
Legend tells the story of the late 1960s “Swinging Sixties” London Underworld; mainly the rise and fall of the notorious Kray Twins.
Forming in Adelaide five years ago, Experience Floyd is much more than just a cover band, with a show that has evolved into a genuine multi-media experience, featuring lights, lasers and video to complement the celebrated songs of one of the all time great rock acts.
The music industry can be fickle at times, and while The Darkness may not have the pulling power they once had, it was evident from last night’s performance they are still one of the best live bands of the modern era.
“It’s a new beast entirely,” Adam says. “I sometimes have an internal struggle on that one and ask if we should call it Birds of Tokyo at all.”
A solid film from Hanks and Spielberg. My only concern (with regards to historical accuracy) is that the timeline of events is perhaps made a little compressed to suit the film, or at the very least, not made 100% clear.
Sarah Blasko chats with The Upside News about making a ‘synthy’ pop album.
Santa Claus ain’t got nothin’ on Adelaide’s favourite hot-pants-wearing German who is set to dash through Flinders Street to bring a sleigh full of your favourite pop hits to the German Club.