The title of the work signals a new beginning for the band and it comes as no surprise that it is infused with a sense of mortality. However, with a robust feeling of optimism to balance things out, this is not a grim, melancholic affair…
A seated gig at the Festival Theatre is not the usual set up for an audience with Nick Cave. Looking out at the crowd part way through Sunday night’s performance, Cave commented that it was strange to see everyone seated. This was always going to be a bit different…
Written by Essential Talent and produced by Feast Festival, 3 Queens and a Diva is a neat little show and perfect for the Festival this year; it’s very funny, deliciously indulgent and a visual spectacular.
Havens Dumb is the first new material from Augie March in six years, a period of hibernation that […]
The revamped Adelaide Oval was christened in spectacular fashion last night, with The Rolling Stones giving the audience a master-class in blues rock and old fashioned showmanship.
Since the one-off Led Zeppelin reunion show in 2007 Robert Plant has been teasing and frustrating us all, […]
It’s a bold move to give your music away with no strings attached. But that’s exactly what U2 […]