Beady Eye, Deftones and The Hives are named as Blur's replacements for Big Day Out 2014.
John Butler and co don the zombie make-up for a sexy undead party in new video for 'Only One'.
Dan Sultan announces Under Your Skin capital city tour in 2014.
Lorde releases official music video for Team to finish off successful year.
The Rolling Stones announce the dates for their '14 On Fire' tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Paul Wood reviews the recently opened Faraja which has replaced the contemptuous Mantra restaurant on King William Rd.
Adelaide has embraced the dessert for dinner trend with open arms and loose-fitting pants.
Lo and behold, another industrial small bar toting tapas to appear out of the woodwork (but this time a bit more easterly) – Base Bar.
Adelaide’s food truck trend started around three years ago, thanks to a mobile burger bar called Burger Theory.
Drinking is compulsory, dancing is optional, and the food is best eaten a little later in the evening.
Jenny’s Bakery is pioneering this internationally renowned treat right here in Adelaide.
La Boheme is teaming up with some of Adelaide’s most notorious food trucks this summer for ‘Food Truck Fridays’.
A giant pop-up wine tasting will take place in CBD laneway Peel Street on Wed Dec 4 for The Wine Capital.
The Happy Motel is back, reviving the Neon Lobster pop-up taqueria of Barrio to set up shop at Alpha Box & Dice winery this December and January.
The Adelaide Food & Wine Festival returns with The Sunday Session (II) this weekend.
Every Thursday until Thu Dec 12 The Collins Bar at Hilton Adelaide will be transformed into a British garden soiree.
In celebration of Adelaide and Austin hitting 30 years of sisterhood, Splash Adelaide is throwing a lunchtime party.
Jock Zonfrillo’s new, two-level restaurant, Street-ADL and Orana, has arrived on Rundle St.
Warwick Thornton’s documentary is a mysterious effort that ostensibly features Australian ghost stories told by familiar actors and unknowns.
James McAvoy is scarily fine in this filming of Irvine (Trainspotting) Welsh’s 1998 novel of the same name.
In 1991, tragedy struck Canadian aquatic park Sealand of the Pacific, when a trainer fell into a tank and was drowned by the orcas inhabiting it.
Adapted from a novel by Doris Lessing (who died this week at 94) and directed by Anne Fontaine (of French movies with strong feminine themes like Nathalie… and Coco Avant Chanel), this should have been a tough, psychodramatic character study…
Warwick Thornton was in Adelaide for the premiere of his The Darkside during the recent Adelaide Film Festival, and took the time to talk to Rip It Up about this intriguing, playful and unsettling documentary (of sorts).
Writer/director Nicole Holofcener’s bitey dramatic comedies (like Please Give and Friends With Money) are usually under-the-radar offerings, but her latest has received much publicity as it’s the second-to-last film featuring the late, great James Gandolfini (or ‘Jim’, according to the…
Producer/director Morgan Neville’s documentary studies background singers (and dancers and often ‘eye candy’) – as in the ones who performed oh-so-close to stars and helped make them sound fabulous yet, somehow, never managed to hit it quite as big as…
Johnny Knoxville stars as Irving Zisman in Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa