Today Cold Chisel announced a huge national tour that will bring the band to the sands of Glenelg Beach on 4 January alongside some top shelf support acts, headed by the legendary Paul Kelly.
Field, See & Mason at The German Club – a beautifully balanced set of blue-chip Oz rock ballads and brawlers.
As 2017 draws to a close, The Upside News hands down its verdict on the 30 best albums of the year.
Some big albums dropped this past month, so we’re catching up on releases from Gang of Youths, Arcade Fire and Paul Kelly.
As has been our tradition over the past few years, here is the top 30 albums for 2016 according to The Upside News.
Melbourne singer songwriter Scott Darlow, who had a very big 2016 with his version of ‘Solid Rock’, tells us about his favourite music acts to have come out of Adelaide.
Seven Sonnets & A Song is the result of this cultural interweaving and, like a lot of Kelly’s more recent work, it is largely a success with few frayed seams.
2015 has been a fine year in music (and Australian music in particular). Here’s our list of the top 30 albums from the past 12 months.
A Day on the Green continues to deliver high quality entertainment; it’s just a well-run event where everything simply works: the punters are in good spirits, the queues are manageable and the music is excellent.
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.