Steering By Stars have announced their first national tour in support of their recently released single "Ties That Bind". They brought their blend of the dark romanticism of Bauhaus paired with the geographical isolation of Snowmanwith to the Estonian Hall with guests Joe McKee (Burning Boy album launch) and Sparkspitter. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to capture the magic.
The last time I saw Children Collide perform in Adelaide, I left before the gig ended because it got way too rowdy and I couldn’t be arsed having to watch my back constantly, quite frankly. The music was great, however, and so here I am again, having fought off the rain and a serious case of mid-week laziness, waiting patiently inside Fowler’s Live for the now-duo to perform.
So hot that the Fire Brigade turned up. Children Collide are on tour showcasing their third album "Monument" before lead singer Johnny leaves for New York. The Dune Rats supported in the Non-smoke-machine-friendly venue. Our photographer John Goodridge brings you the photos.
Although I’ve lived in Adelaide all my life, this was the first time I was venturing off to visit Rocket Bar. I arrived shortly after 10pm and to my surprise the bar was practically empty. Where was everybody? That being said, Red Ink weren’t due to come on till 11:30pm, and before I knew it the place started to fill up (phew!).
Snakadaktal, The Salvadors and Sures played the Gov in Adelaide on Friday the 3rd of August, 2012. Chad Lofts was there with his camera and brings you these photos....
On their first headline tour since 2009, The Hilltop Hoods are hitting the road supporting the platinum release album Drinking from the Sun. Support acts Horrorshow, emcee Briggs and Koolta kept the crowd entertained. Our photographer John Goodridge brings us photos from the night:
Reformation tours are always fraught with danger, as our beloved heroes can tarnish some great memories by playing one gig too many, proving to be a disappointment more than anything. Nevertheless, The Tea Party ARE BACK! It is great to see that Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood, and Jeff Burrows were able to resolve their differences and start touring again after seven years, which has made many fans, including myself, very happy indeed.
The Tea Party played to an eager crowd at Adelaide's Thebarton Theatre on Tuesday night. Kerrie Geier was there for the AU review.
Pictured: Lana Del Rey
Adelaide played host to a bunch of Splendour In The Grass artists at the Spin Off Festival over the weekend. Check out the photo gallery from the AU review photographer, Kerrie Geier.
Playing rock and roll straight from the heart, Your Motive For are a five piece Adelaide band. Our photographer John Goodridge caught up with them Friday night at Jive.
How does one develop a dance form such as ballet into a high-energy and hugely entertaining troupe? Just ask founder, director and dancer Mr. Rasta Thomas.
Rasta’s production Rock the Ballet is a new type of ballet for the 21st century and has already been touted as ‘pop-ballet.’ This vivacious show is a fusion of superb ballet technique blended with exciting hip hop, tap, contemporary dance and acrobatics; featuring the sexy and athletic ‘Bad Boys’ of dance.