Legendary soul singer, the ‘First Lady of Immediate’, PP Arnold, will be in town on December 13 to play her first ever Adelaide solo show at The Gov and remind us all of her prodigious talents!
Japan’s Osaka Monaurail tore The Gov apart on Sunday night providing Adelaide with a dynamic hi-energy funk masterclass, and inducing the entire crowd to get up on their feet and dance in rhythmic ecstasy for a full two hours.
FOZZY performed a headline show at The Gov on Tuesday, 13th November as part of the Judas Rising Tour
Peter Murphy at The Gov – ‘The simple repetition and abrasive discordance that once made Bauhaus sound so startlingly different, and unlike anything else, now sound dated, and, to be honest, simply unpleasantly noisy in places.’
The Upside News had a long chat with rock legend John Steel about The Animals’ impending return visit to Adelaide in November, and asked him to put us straight on a whole host of contentious stories from the band’s past…
Trophy Eyes brought their American Dream tour to The Gov in Adelaide supported by Dear Seattle, Maddy Jane and Stumps.
It is not every day you get to speak to the man largely heralded as being responsible for a completely new genre of music – ‘goth rock’ – so The Upside News summoned up all of its powers of fortitude and made the call…
Los Chicos’s lead singer, Rafa Sunen, spoke to The Upside News the day after his band’s magnificent support slot at Radio Birdman’s only Adelaide show.
At The Gov on Sunday night, Radio Birdman delivered a timely (& loud) reminder of why they are still among the best bands this country has ever produced.
Spain’s nuclear powered pub rockers, Los Chicos, stole the show at The Gov on Sunday night, and presented the crowd with an impassioned, raucous, high energy performance that will live long in the memories of those who witnessed it.