Recently I had a chat with songwriter and performer Khristian Mizzi ahead of his Adelaide show at the Red Rhino Room (Hilton). Melbourne based songwriter and performer Khristian Mizzi explains that he is just about to play on stage at the Illawarra Folk Festival in Bulli (NSW). ‘I feel very lucky to see the country in this way. I go around playing music, meeting nice people, and playing to audiences’. Khristian is one of two hundred other acts at the four-day festival th
EP Launch: Friday 21 September 2018, 8pm Venue: The Jade (Adelaide) Satan's Cheerleaders - Image Sourced: Facebook Adelaide’s own art-rockers Satan’s Cheerleaders released their latest 5-track EP The Mechanical Turk last Friday 21 September 2018 at The Jade to a packed room. This was an incredible evening of punchy music with powerful overtones of a jazzy hubbub and rock/pop fusion that showcases the talents of James Capatch on tenor sax grooving across Jarrad Payne’s frenzie
Do you enjoy (responsibly) drinking beer? Occasionally disrupting that process with some BBQ’d meats to satisfy any hunger that this process may have incurred? Well, the perfect festival may be just around the corner. Beer and BBQ Festival (Adelaide) is running from the 6th to the 8th of July at the Wayville Showgrounds and comes packed with tasty delights from Australia and across the globe. Source: Beer & BBQ Festival The breweries exhibiting have just been released and it
(Image: Salibu Macey/Bandcamp) Discovering a new band that makes great music is a wonderful feeling. Discovering one from your home town makes it that much better. Adelaide band Salibu Macey has delivered just that feeling with their recently released 'Wilpena Street EP'. With acclaimed Aussie band Sticky Fingers entering a tumultuous hiatus twelve months ago, Salibu Macey have announced themselves as a candidate to fill that void, with Dylan Frost-like vocals driving chilled
My introduction to Big Words was a humble one. It came about as I was walking down Swanston Street on the way to the MCG. A busker caught my attention and had me abandon my group to listen for a while. There aren't many things in this world that slow me down when I'm on the way to watch the mighty Crows play, but I was thoroughly intrigued. Kieren Lee of the Melbourne band was there on the side of the footpath freestyling. He was in a zone, not quite rapping, not quite singin
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