Opera Oblivia was one of the biggest releases in the Australia heavy music scene in 2016, a year later Hellions have created a killer live performance.
The Whitlams are now quarter of a century old, and it seemed many of those who have grown into middle age along with the band were in attendance at the Festival Theatre on Saturday night, all happily reliving the joys, frustrations and outrages contained within Freedman’s songs, rejoicing in the full dramatic sensurround sound of the soundtrack of their lives.
The fascinating documentary, David Lynch: The Art Life, will be screened, in a double bill with a new print of Eraserhead, at the Palace Nova Cinemas on Sunday 21 May from 2:15pm, as part of the American Essentials Film Festival 2017.
POND’s follow up to Man It Feels Like Space Again is a triumph, marrying the sonic creativity of Berlin-era Bowie with some New Romantic style earworms, while also retaining more than a hint of the garage glam this band does so well.
Polish death metal veterans Vader are joining Kreator for their Australian tour, arriving in Adelaide on Thursday September […]
Ex-Dream Theater Drummer, Mike Portnoy, will be bringing his Shattered Fortress tour to Adelaide on November 22. Shattered […]
Danzig’s track “Devil on Hwy 9” from the new album Black Laden Crown out May 26. Wednesday 13’s […]
The Adelaide Cabaret Fringe today announces over 40 events across 15 different venues for its 10th-anniversary program to be celebrated from the 3rd – 25th June.
Come and support the musicians and media personalities from the streets of your town at Coopers Stadium on Sunday July 16.
With a little bit of something for everyone, Groovin The Moo is beginning to become the festival to fill the gap left by its predecessors.