Upside photographer Maree Holmes went along to The Gov on Sunday night to check out Joshua Radin and Cary Brothers.
A local circus company are set to hit the international stage after an invitation to perform at San Diego International Fringe Festival. Lucy Hoare reports.
Silverstein and Comeback Kid provided a double dose of Canadian hardcore for Adelaide on Tuesday night at Fowlers Live with supports Belle Haven and Reactions.
The steaks were high for the SA team who took out first prize at Meatstock in Sydney over the weekend and are off to Texas for the World Championships.
There’s something a little bit magic about Middle Kids. Listening to their anticipated debut LP, Lost Friends, it’s hard to believe this is a band on their first full outing.
As a double bill, at The Gov on Monday night, Dr. John Cooper Clarke and Squeeze provided one of the best shows of the year so far.
Britpop fans get excited! The Charlatans have announced that they will be coming back to Adelaide for another night of first rate indie pop at The Gov on August 28.
Inspired by the Socrates quote: “It is not living that matters, but living rightly”, PJ put pen to paper for The Good Teacher, but he also took stimulus from conversations with fellow teachers.
Speaking with Les McKeown on the phone, he seems pretty enthusiastic about his forthcoming return to Adelaide, and seems generally pretty happy with the way things are currently unfolding for him and The Bay City Rollers.
It was a triumphant homecoming for The Hard Aches at the Gov last night, playing in support of their freshly minted sophomore album, Mess.