AltFest is a very welcome addition to Adelaide’s live music landscape. At a time when many performance venues are closing their doors, the organisers of this new mini-festival should be applauded for investing in original live music, including Woodville City Council for opening the doors of its town hall for the event.
The revamped Woodville Town Hall is set to become a new hub for live music in Adelaide, hosting an exciting line-up of alternative acts for AltFest on the evening of June 29.
A Dallas Frasca gig always promises to be a celebration of raw music, and Friday night at Jive was no different, despite the band fighting jet-lag and tour fatigue.
Dallas Frasca will play at Jive on November 18 supported by Filthy Lucre and Babes are Wolves.
having arrived in Paris earlier in the week via Etihad Airlines to start an international tour, the trio found themselves without baggage valued over $4000.
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The paring of The BellRays and Dallas Frasca was an inspired choice. Both acts have a take-no-prisoners approach to rock’n’roll, complete with charismatic front-women who leave you with no choice but to engage in the live experience.
The fight to stay relevant in music is real, but Lisa says she’s happy staying right where she is, doing what she does, rather than appeal to the status quo.
Dallas, Jeff and Josh, along with an army of lovers, have committed to doing good deeds and paying them forward.
The band have a reputation for their powerful, spirited live shows; translating this trademark energy onto a recording must have been quite a challenge, but Love Army does the job with aplomb.