As I made my way into the sold out venue, a light breeze and the smell of beer and smoke surrounded me. I had a feeling it was going to be a good night, and I wasn’t wrong.
The Drones hit The Gov in Adelaide and Lauren Connelly was there to capture all the action...
Friday night saw Jive on the verge of combustion thanks to Adelaide rockers Seventeen Fifty Seven.
Being amongst one of the first people to get into Jive was a new experience for me, especially on a Saturday night. This meant that I could grab a good seat, before the place got crowded.
I’m not going to pretend to be the world’s biggest Josh Groban aficionado, because after seeing him perform tonight, there’d probably be a decent thousand odd hardcore fans ready to shoot me down if I did. Nestled comfortably near the front of the theatre this evening, I’d forced myself to approach this gig with little to no expectations; I only knew about three songs of Groban’s definitely (those three which he performed in sequence, at the beginning of the show), so I just sat back and hoped to enjoy what clearly was set up to be quite the musical evening.
The Tunnels is a new performing and visual arts experience presented by the awesome folk at ARTSAKE PRODUCTIONS, in conjunction with Fascination Street. Utilising the underground tunnels situated beneath Adelaide's Adina Grand Treasury, the exhibition will host two weeks' worth of 'themed' art works, presented solely by South Australian artists. To tell me more about the project, one of the brains behind the outfit, Lily Pook-Ryan answers some questions.
Guitar shredding, Aria award winning, world touring, drum smashing, face melting, jager shotting, thrash/punk/party/rock duo DZ DEATHRAYS are headlining.
The last time I saw DZ Deathrays in any capacity, was by way of drunken brush past in the VIP tent at the Falls Festival in Lorne last year. I’d made the stupid decision of staying for the entirety of Coolio’s set instead of seeing the duo and it was one I would regret until tonight. In Adelaide on their “Teenage Kickstarts Tour”, the lads out of Brisbane are set to headline the ‘Cats vs I Oh You’ party and it’s evident that once you’re inside Rocket Bar, chances are you’re going to be in for one heck of a ride.
Birdy moves her acclaimed show onto Adelaide. Piotr Niznik was there to take photos at the Thebarton Theatre earlier tonight...
Brisbane prog-rockers Dead Letter Circus were in Adelaide on their April national tour, touring new material alongside Breaking Orbit, who are also currently gaining high praise for their debut album, The Time Traveller.
The Adelaide Roller Derby 2013 season kicked off on Saturday night when the Salty Dolls met reigning champions the Road Train Rollers at the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds. the AU review had photographer Kerrie Geier there to capture all the action.
Last night I turned 23. Sure, it wasn’t a milestone year to be celebrated, but all the same, I felt the need to be partying and party hard I did. As if the powers that be were switched on, it just so happened that the Adelaide stop of Yacht Club DJs’ “Mayhem Tour” fell on my birthday and once I had found this out, well, I knew where I would inevitably end up.
Dropkick Murphys played a rare show in Adelaide and Mark Davies was there to capture the action...
The 2013 Bluesfest is kicking off over the weekend and with it come the usual slew of sideshows. Tonight, Iggy and The Stooges are playing Adelaide’s Thebarton Theatre and for a Monday night, there are quite a number of people in attendance. The front bar is crawling with over 40’s clad in leather and torn up shirts with Iggy’s face on them, while an equal amount of 20-somethings flitted about in similar get ups. The line between what was fashion and what was actual dedicated fandom was blurred tonight, but there was no denying that there was an American music icon waiting backstage who we were all here for.
The always energetic Iggy and The Stooges played to an adoring crowd at Adelaide's Thebarton Theatre on Monday night and The AU review had photographer Kerrie Geier there to bring you all the action.