Human Nature brings Christmas to Adelaide in this concert at the Festival Theatre. Chad Lofts was there, with his camera, and captured these photos exclusively for the AU review...
On a warm summer evening, The Gov played host to Melvins and Helmet in what has to be the loudest gig I have ever attended. Check out these photos by Kerrie Geier while your ears stop ringing.
Alex Kwong takes us to The Gov in Adelaide to witness to Loop Troop Rockers supported by Sage Francis, Tenfold and DJ Sanchez. Enjoy these photos from the fantastic night:
The Gov got funky when Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes came to Adelaide. Alex Kwong was there and caught a great set, along with some stellar supports in Miles & Simone and Max Savage & The False Idols.
Whilst half of Adelaide were across town seeing Bon Jovi, another demographic of music lover had made their way to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre to see one of popular musics most skilled songwriters perform. The venerable poet of the 1960s, Leonard Cohen returned to Adelaide for the final leg of his 'Old Ideas World Tour'.
While Bon Jovi played to the masses at AAMI Stadium the inimitable Leonard Cohen played to an enraptured crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Kerrie Geier was there to capture it for the AU review.
Move To Strike launched their new EP at the Ed Castle in Adelaide, supported by Ash Gale, Mayweather and Watch The World. Alex Kwong was down there and brings you this gallery!
If you were one of the millions of kids who cut their teeth on pop-punk and skate-punk in the late nineties and early-to-mid 2000s, the Vans Warped Tour was pretty much hallowed ground. I distinctly remember following the coverage of the American Warped Tours every year in high school, drooling over the line ups, following Buzznet blogs, watching videos and reading interviews. It was my dream to go over and follow the tour for myself at some point, although I'm not sure how I thought I was going to afford it.
Ms Alicia Keys was in Adelaide tonight – the vocal powerhouse bringing her new album Girl On Fire, as well as her classics, through the City of Churches on a chilly Monday night. It’s a fully seated show and it’s pretty cool to think about the different ways the Entertainment Centre can be set up, especially thinking about the different acts we’ve seen come through over the past month or so. As people file into the arena, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder tunes play; the there are two pianos gleaming onstage (one is partially hidden under a sheet), and it’s not long before the opening artist makes his way onstage.
Alicia Keys strutted her way on to the stage in front of a huge crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, where she proceeded to blow us all away. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review.
This year's Vans Warped Tour line-up was so huge, we couldn't fit it all in one gallery. Here is part two of how the day unfolded at the Adelaide stop. Kerrie Geier brings you these shots.
The Vans Warped Tour rolled in to Adelaide on Sunday for the final leg of the festival. Kerrie Geier spent the day in Ellis Park for the AU Review.
The Lords of Time 2 convention came to Adelaide, bringing many previous stars of Doctor Who. Chad Lofts travelled through time and space to bring you these photos..
My relationship with Muse started in…2005, I believe. In between Absolution and Black Holes and Revelations, my best friend showed me one of a music video because she thought Matt Bellamy was a total babe. Duh. Since then, I feel like the collective fan base have been through a lot with them. We stuck through the Twilight period, recovered from Bellamy’s engagement to Kate Hudson, indulged Dom Howard’s love of leopard print and bodysuits and stuck up for the trio when the idea of featuring ‘dubstep’ seemed to be blasphemous. The ‘2nd Law Tour’ that the trio recently kicked off in Australia evidently is as much about thanking the fans as it is about showcasing their latest album and by the end of it, it's hard to believe they played their first SA show over the road at The Gov over three albums ago.
The Philadelphia Grand Jury were resurrected and put on a show alongside Feelings and The Creases in Adelaide and what a night it was! Our photographer John Goodridge was there in the mosh to bring capture the madness.