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Friday 25 May 2012
Music

live music review: brian jonestown massacre, the gov, 20 may 2012

Britt Chatburn
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After waiting almost two years since their last tour, Adelaide fans were floored by American psychedelic / garage rockers The Brian Jonestown Massacre‘s performance at The Gov on Sunday night. Supported by Danish cult band The Ravonettes, fans were treated to two musical legends that sadly don’t tour Down Under all that often. At times…
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Thursday 10 May 2012
Music

10 brian jonestown massacre songs you need to hear

Britt Chatburn
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Notorious 60s garage-psych revival band, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, are hitting our shores again for the first time since early 2010, promoting their latest album Aufheben. To celebrate and educate we have compiled a listed of BJM’s, top ten tracks (as we see it) that everyone should know before heading to a gig near you….
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Thursday 15 March 2012
Music

live music review: alison avron, the jade monkey, 8 march 2012

Britt Chatburn
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Not many people would be on the look-out for live music hidden down an alleyway off Adelaide’s main retail drag on a Thursday night. Luckily, those who fancy a bit of a weekday treat (and are able to put their late night shopping on hold) can head to the Jade Monkey and catch local as…
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Thursday 17 November 2011
Music

live music review: they will have their way, thebarton theatre, 11 november 2011

Britt Chatburn
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Following the success of the 2005 album, She Will Have Her Way, which showcased a parade of female Australian vocalists singing tributes to the work of Neil and Tim Finn, and then the 2010 album He Will Have His Way (I’ll leave that one up to you to figure out), seven Australian artists have jumped…
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Wednesday 2 November 2011
Music

festival review: womad earth station, belair national park, 21 – 23 october 2011

Britt Chatburn
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Put on your hemp hat and take off your shoes – Womad Earth Station Festival is here! After almost twenty years of festivals in the Adelaide CBD, this year Adelaide Wo-goers were treated to a three-day camping style festival in peaceful Belair National Park.  Those old enough may remember a pre-election letter mailed out in…
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