Performing at the recently refurbished Her Majesty’s Theatre, Callea bounded through an incense-fuelled haze with enthusiasm. Backed by a 5 piece band and 2 singers, the 2 hour-plus show delivered on its promise. Amidst a myriad of costume changes, Callea highlighted the strength of Michael’s song-writing and sense of fun
War is not a particularly easy subject to tackle in the sphere of dramatic performance, as it is easy to trivialize the realities of battle into ‘feel good’ generalisations rather than to confront the horrors and impact that it has on humans. Fortunately, Blake Entertainment’s ‘Rolling Thunder Vietnam- Songs That Defined A Generation’ has the formula worked out to military precision and absolutely ‘gets it’ in this outstanding tribute to the heroes of a controversial war that polarized the nation during the sixties
In the lead up to the OzAsia Festival, Helen Feng gave plenty of notice that Nova Heart would push some boundaries and make the audience feel slightly uncomfortable yet mesmerized.They didn’t disappoint, and in a show that went just under an hour, they certainly threw some punches amongst the psych-rock soundtrack to Feng’s monologues and spoken word moments.
Melbourne musician and writer, Cam Gilmour has announced the release of his second EP, Anhedonia, which will be available digitally and physically on Tuesday October 7, 2014 via CamGilmour.bandcamp.com. The first song off the EP, ‘The Old Man and his Tea’ sets the tone of the EP, registering like a dramatic film score
So we know that you Adelaide folk love a good music festival, that’s why we’ve teamed up with our mates at Follow the Sun Music Festival to give away two double passes.
When picturing an all-ages hip hop gig, one may be forgiven for being haunted by images of baggy-panted teens running around a moshpit swearing and bumping into people. But 360’s Utopia Tour on Saturday 13th September at Thebarton Theatre couldn’t have been more different
Synergy Percussion and Korean music group Noreum Machi reveal that traditional and contemporary are perfect partners in this world-first music project.
Ok, I just have to say, these guys are serious crooners. Like, seriously.
I also gotta say, they know how to pull a crowd. Thebby was chockers. The show was sold out, with apparently ALL of Adelaide’s hipster crowd moseying on down, with their oversized spring knits, skinny jeans and double denim. Needless to say, beard game was strong
Ukrainian born pianist, Marianna Grynchuk, presents The Firm’s third concert in this year’s series featuring the waltz with a beautiful selection of pieces by Frédéric Chopin and the premiere of two new works by Adelaide composers.
With a career spanning 20 years, Pop punk rockers New Found Glory are back with a new album titled ‘Resurrection’ (released October 10) and have released a new music video for their single off the same album, called ’Selfless’. Lead singer Jordan Pundik is feeling stoked about the new album and being part of Soundwave 2015, and remained cool about where the band are at currently as a four piece