Acoustic, shredtastic, flamenco rock duo Citrus Jam are coming to play a bunch of shows in Adelaide, and launch their second album, Off the Hook at The Grace Emily.
I saw Terminator Genisys at the Palace Nova Cinemas in Adelaide’s East End. I had heard both good and bad reviews of this film (as it’s been out for a couple of weeks now), so I went in somewhat apprehensive of what was awaiting me on screen.
This is one of the most anticipated releases of the year and, so long as you don’t come expecting a rehash of the previous Tame Impala material, the album certainly doesn’t disappoint.
David Gilmour has just announced the release of Rattle That Lock, the new solo album from the former Pink Floyd frontman.
The Upside News looks back at ten ‘nostalgia’ releases of the last 12 months and ranks them. The criteria for inclusion is a recording that offer something new, while also dipping into past glories; either a mix of old and new songs, or presenting old material in new ways.
As Adelaideans shivered through a cold snap, it was the weekend’s sport which moved us to tears, admiration and disbelief.
Etypejazz are calling on fans from all stages of their career to celebrate with them; whether you were in the crowd at Carols by Candlelight, shared a first dance as newlyweds or danced the night away at a gig or party with the band.
“There’s nothing like walking into a studio and having absolutely no idea what you’re going to come out with on the other end. If you’re looking for ‘Trouble,’ you’ve come to the right place.”
In responding to this awful tragedy, the past week has shown us something new through the solidarity demonstrated by both clubs in grieving Walsh’s death. Transcending tribalism, South Australian football has never been so unified.
Memories are like marbles, which can be stored in various locations and retrieved when required, to provide you with, not just the memories, but the emotions associated with those memories. I actually thought this was an extremely clever way of describing how a brain works.