Review: Ben Harper is still very much on form, making long-awaited Adelaide return with The Innocent Criminals


The last time I saw Ben Harper, he was performing with Relentless7, supporting Pearl Jam at the Adelaide Oval. That was around seven years ago. This week, I was able to see Harper finally make his return to South Australia and to make it even more special, he was in town with The Innocent Criminals. Theirs were albums I remember growing up…

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Review: Kylie Auldist & Aaradhna dole out double lesson in powerful, soulful vocals in Adelaide


The Gov hosted two of my favourite vocalists on a Thursday night that deserved way more people in attendance. Set up cabaret style, the intimate crowd gathered for Kylie Auldist and Aaradhna got one impressive show that would ultimately have a dance party happening but for everyone else who stayed in or remained unaware that this show was even…

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Live Review: Dope Lemon + Jesse Davidson – The Gov, Adelaide (22.10.16)


Angus Stone‘s latest project Dope Lemon hit The Gov on Saturday night, enveloping a packed-out crowd with laidback psych-folk vibes. The first album, Honey Bones, is the driving force of the tour, with the third single “Coyote” having been released to coincide with the announcement of the national dates. Adelaide local Jesse Davidson was first up, charming the growing crowd…

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