Ball Park Music played their first of two night at The Gov in Adelaide on Tuesday night, thanking the crowd (a sea of punters in Ball Park Music branded 3D glasses) for turning out on a hot Tuesday evening and giving the band the chance to play at one of their most loved venues. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review and brings us this epic photo gallery:
Reggie Watts’ Hello Humans tour arrived in Sydney this past weekend as part of the 2014 Just For Laughs, or as Reggie called it – “Predominantly Mostly Laughs”, festival. With no two shows alike, did Reggie’s’ highly improvised set fill the Opera House with laughs? Lachlan Mitchell brings us this review.
Tomorrow marks the release of Gomez's Ben Ottewell new record Rattlebag via Cooking Vinyl Australia - alongside the start of his national Australian tour. The album serves as the follow up to Ottewell's 2011 solo Shapes & Shadows, which featured tracks like "Blackbird", "Take This Beach", "Shapes and Shadows".
As one of Sydney's flashiest shopping centres, Central Park, continues it's unique blend of conveniently located art, retail, and food, there stands on particular restaurant which has been given a bit of a bigger space than the others, and it makes sense since the venue's reputation is unquestionable. I'm of course talking about Din Tai Fung which brings it's universally acclaimed Chinese food to an area which sorely needs it.
Demand has been very high for when Westcoast rap icon Ice Cube touches down in Australia for a string of shows ahead of his 2015 LP Everythang's Corrupt. What started out as just a handful of performances has now grown in to a massive East Coast tour with a total of seven shows planned.
Ladies, you are going to thank me for this one.
The first round of bands and speakers have been announced for SXSW 2015! The Texan music festival and conference has also outlined some of their planned conference programme for next year, which looks set to be providing some great sessions for those holding Music passes.
In a Sydney-exclusive Toshiba Australia will be taking their current Seriously Japanese campaign and speeding it along quite literally, partnering with Intel and Sushi restaurant Zushi to stage a pretty extravagant Pop-Up Sushi Rollercoaster Restaurant. Yes, you read that correctly.
You don't get the kind of world recognised profile that Anjum Anand has without having skills to back it up. Anand has constantly sought to fight against the common stigma of Indian food being too heavy and creamy, so you can be sure that her curries are bursting with flavour while still maintaining that lightness one wouldn't often associate with the popular, adaptable dish. With Diwali being celebrated all over the world today, people are on the look out for some tips on how to perfect their curries. Luckily Anjum has shared four of her best suggestions to us, letting us a bit more insight into how she manages to consistently make some of the best curries around.
The iconic Rodriguez brought an unforgettable show through to the Sydney Opera House last night. Gwen Lee brings you this gallery from the show!
We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to throughout the week ahead and deliver you this guide - our national gig picks of the week!
For one day only, Fluid Festival will showcase some of the world’s finest beers, wines, bourbons and ciders at Daveys Hotel, Frankston on Sunday 16th November 2014. The event will feature stalls from over 20 local and international suppliers, offering festivalgoers the chance to sample a huge range of flavours and styles.
The AU review is no stranger to Secrets on Ann. The fresh and modern feel, the moody and dramatic colour scheme, the dynamic lighting, the unique cocktails… there’s much to love. The official launch night only proved that Secrets is a brilliant venue, that appeals to a very broad demographic, filling the gap in Fortitudes Valley’s market. As well as the fantastic launch, Secrets has a bright future ahead of it, with brilliant events and themed nights to come.
Well, the Future Music Festival has gone and done it. The national festival which will has become synonymous with loose times and a great range of acts to spend a hot summer day and night with, has just dropped its line up for 2015 and if you're a fan of a certain Canadian rapper and/or Degrassi: The Next Generation, you're gonna love this one.
The longest running stage production at Crown, Princes of The Night, celebrates a decade of bringing Magic Mike strip entertainment and seduction to Melbourne. Australia’s hottest male burlesque performance infuses the taboo world of striptease, lust and sexual desire with perfectly choreographed, highly refined burlesque and cabaret and this season they’re turning up the heat to celebrate ten massive years.