Good friends of the AU, Messrs capped off their Afterglow EP release tour in their hometown pf Adelaide at new hip venue Pirie & Co with an amazing show. Support acts Young Offenders and Indiago also brought it! John Goodridge was there and brings us these photos from the night.
A fundraiser show for the Welcome Centre, who recently had their funding cut by the current government, took place in Adelaide on Friday with Dr Piffle & The Burlap Band + Abbey Howlett & The Golden Realm + Argus & The Liar and Yesterdays Empires. Get details HERE and see the photos from the day below!
Oh Art vs Science. Keeping me drunk and dancing up a sweat a gigs since 2009. The boys kicked off their Create/Destroy EP tour at the Adelaide Unibar - the first show of the tour - to a crowd eager to eat their live show up because let's be honest, it's been a while since they've brought the noise through these parts. Returning to the stage that hosted them for the first time moons ago (supporting The Galvatrons), the show was a great one for the Sydney trio and showed how much potential still lay ahead for the rest of the tour.
Launching the Create/Destroy tour in Adelaide, the Art vs Science trio put on an amazing show at the Uni Bar. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture these photos.
Legendary American country music singer, songwriter, musician, and film actor Kris Kristofferson brings his famous hits and many more to Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide as part of his country wide tour. Chad Lofts was there with his camera and brings you these photos.
Touring for the release of their wildly successful single “Gold Snafu”, Sydney’s Sticky Fingers occupied The Gov on Friday night with a crazy set of psychedelic-surf-ska sounds.
Sticky Fingers hit Adelaide as part of the Gold Snafu Single tour. An energetic crowd welcomed the Sydney boys who have been making a big splash on the scene. Our photographer John Goodridge brings us these photos from the pit.
Sons of Anarchy is one of my favourite TV shows of the past few years. It's bloody, it's funny, it's sexy and it's dramatic. It provokes a weird sympathetic connection between the audience and the characters in the same way The Sopranos sucked you in and made you love the titular family, even though they were criminals, into killing, cheating and everything else in between. Three members of the cast are in Adelaide tonight, kicking off a series of special Q&A sessions in Australia, where the show is brought to the Australian SOA fans quite literally - no boundaries, everything could and would be asked.
Sons of Anarchy came to Australia for the first time, with three cast members of the hit US show kicking of a series of exclusive Q&A events in Adelaide on a chilly Tuesday night. Theo Rossi, Kim Coates and Mark Boone Junior took on questions from the crowd, fended off drunken declarations of love and more. Jennifer Sando brings you this gallery from 'An Evening of Mayhem'.
We take you to the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide for Jurassic 5 with DJ Total Eclipse, Full Tote Odds and Mastacraft. Alex Kwong was at the show and brings us this epic photo gallery:
The Smith Street Band played a sold out show in Adelaide this weekend with Pennsylvanian punk band The Mezingers and WA's Grim Fandango. AU photographer Lauren Connelly went along and brings you these flicks.
Ash Grunwald came to Adelaide as part of his national tour. He was supported by up and coming local act Filthy Lucre. Chad Lofts was there and brings you these photos.
Illy brought his massive Cinematic tour to Adelaide for an all ages extravaganza this week, with guests Remi and Jackie Onassis. Lauren Connelly went along for the ride!
Needles and Opium is written and directed by Robert Lepage, one of Canada’s most prominent theatre artists. The play opens in a film-like fashion, with acupuncture points slowly revealing themselves on actor Marc Lebreche’s body. It feels like a scene out of the movie Tron. He then ascends into a star-filled night sky and becomes Jean Cocteau – the poet. The play intertwines the lives of Jean Cocteau, Miles Davis and Juliette Greco, the bohemian singer who had affairs with both men.
Spinning the Samuel Taylor Coleridge classic into a collection of punk-cabaret sea shanties, The Tiger Lillies bring Rime of the Ancient Mariner to this year’s Adelaide Festival with immense success.