The Crown and Anchor is one of Adelaide’s favourite venues for live music, and partying with people who love live music. On Friday night, these two beautiful elements combined perfectly when Mere Machine, Ben Gel and the Boneyard Saints and Surviving Sharks took to the stage.
The city is set to sizzle this Friday night with some hot summer entertainment from Mere Machine, Ben Gel and the Boneyard Saints, and Surviving Sharks at the Cranka.
For those of you who loved Jessica Zotti’s sauce recipe, you’ll be thrilled to know she’s back at The Upside with advice on what to do with those Christmas leftovers!
This Christmas, the youths under the Guardianship of the Minister, through AFSS and Variety, have received the gift of togetherness and independence.
“We thought that would happen because there’s nudity; there’s bits of everything flying everywhere. But if you compare our clip to the misogynistic f*cking film clip by RedFoo. I mean he’s supporting this crazy rape culture and degrading women and I’m baffled. What would you prefer your kids watching? We were all born like this,” Frasca said.
2014 has been a year that has underscored the value of the rock’n’roll live experience, but it has also made me worry about its future.
Here are the best albums of the year, as rated by us. Let us know what your favourites were.
Luzmila’s passionate lyrics, which are accompanied by her five-string charango, speak of resistance against social injustices and racial segregation suffered by Indians living in Bolivia, as well as calls for the emancipation of women…
Dinosaurs will once again roam Australian soil when ‘Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular’, based on the award-winning BBC Television Series, returns in 2015.
Radio in this country probably won’t play this …