Day: 2 November 2022

Kings of Leon

Live Review: Kings of Leon tear it up on Halloween night at Park Sounds

As part of Park Sounds, musicians T. Lopea & the International Men of Mystique played at the Music Box (a pop-up stage near the P1 parking at Olympic Park, closest to Qudos Bank Arena) to add to the atmosphere as patrons started shuffling in for the main event, Kings of Leon supported by The Temper…

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Comedian Michael Shafar brings new stand up special to Adelaide & Melbourne

Comedian and cancer survivor, Michael Shafar, is back with a fresh new comedy show. Shafar is a regular on television shows The Project and Studio 10 as well as having a huge following on YouTube. We’ve also captured him at the Adelaide Fringe, where his stand-up comedy shows were well-received. Shafar’s comedy is not for the…

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Homegrown thriller Talk to Me wraps up the Adelaide Film Festival

The red carpet was out at Her Majesty’s Theatre to welcome cast and crew of horror thriller Talk to Me on the closing night of the Adelaide Film Festival. Filmmakers Danny and Michael Philippou (aka RackaRacka) were there to entertain the crowd. The brothers are infamous for filling a car with water and driving it…

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The 6 best concerts helping Australians say farewell to 2022 in November and December

We’re officially barrelling towards the end of 2022, a year that has been packed with international and local live music springing back to life after a series of crippling lockdowns. It’s been jam-packed, to say the very least, and next year is looking even stronger as some truly big-ticket acts like Elton John, Red Hot…

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Interview: Tyler Richardson talks new album, tour support and vegan pepperoni

Tassie folk artist Tyler Richardson (frontman of rock quartet Luca Brasi) has captivated with his debut solo record Heaven in the Suburbs, released 14 October via Cooking Vinyl Australia. We had a chat with Richo about the album, tour support and more. “I was trying to make vegan pepperoni and I dropped the fucking bowl…

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Call Jane softens its serious subject matter with an entertaining enthusiasm: Brisbane International Film Festival Review

There’s a scene in the first third of Call Jane that I can only imagine would infuriate the female audiences in attendance.  Abortion is not a subject I have any real right to comment on – I am pro choice, for what it’s worth – but, in 2022, it’s almost insulting that sequences taking place…

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