With Unsound Adelaide, the city of churches is the Australian home to one of the most exhilarating and progressive global experimental music festivals. Unsound Director Mat Schulz guides us through…
About to perform with Niki Vasilakis, as part of the Festival Centre’s Cocktail Concerts series, writer and musician Anna Goldsworthy talks to Graham Strahle about the stage adaptation of her…
After releasing her first album in 18 years in early 2014, Neneh Cherry will tour Australia for the first time, including a set at WOMADelaide.
Guy Pearce will arguably be the Garden of Unearthly Delights’ most famous guest when he performs at the Garden next year, but he won’t be part of a theatre production.
Local Americana singer-songwriter Kelly Menhennett is a perfect booking for the Governor Hindmarsh’s annual Deep South Festival given her latest album Small Dreams was recorded in Nashville.
Angie Hart is taking two on the Songs That Made Me tour.
The Firm, the city’s maverick new music presenter, embraces all things conservative and seems to delight in continually reaching back into the past.
Celebrate one of Hollywood’s most enduring partnerships for one night only during Adelaide Festival of Arts 2015.
Adelaide collective Shaolin Afronauts continue to experiment and evolve with their third full-length, the double-album opus Follow the Path.
On the eve of their 70th anniversary, Russia’s Borodin Quartet, one of the great modern ensembles, is heading to Adelaide.
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