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B-Boys by the C-Side

B-Boys by the C-Side is the cure for your wintertime blues

Bargain bin DJ James Monk mixes 45 mins of his favourite Beach Boys-inspired records.


Sunday Sessions on the Adelaide Riverbank

If there’s nothing you love more than impromptu dining, head to the Torrens this summer to enjoy Sunday Sessions at the Riverbank – a pop-up dining concept featuring a variety of local food vendors and chefs.


Sessions 2014: De Backer De Basics

When the call connects to Wally De Backer (AKA Gotye), he and the other Basics (Kris Schroeder and Tim Heath) are on the road. They’ve just played at Caloundra Festival and are heading home to Melbourne, but take some time with Rip It Up to discuss their announcement as the headliners for Sessions at the […]


Sunday Portrait Sessions with Peta Alannah Chigwidden

We all have that someone who is particularly difficult to buy gifts for. Well pencil them in for a sketch date with the talented Peta Alannah Chigwidden. The talented artist charges $40 for a portrait of which you or a friend can be painted or you just sit and watch the creativity unfold. Cheek muscles won’t […]

Supanova Guide

How To Supanova: A Guide for Virgins

A guide to prepare for attending Supanova Pop Culture Expo in Adelaide for those who’ve never attended before.


Christmas Market in Victoria Square

The Dirty Girl Kitchen Artisan Christmas Markets will feature food, arts and crafts, and entertainment.

Shaun Kirk

Road Tripping with Shaun Kirk

The Aussie troubadour shared with Rip It Up his favourite songs that keep him company on the road.


New compilation unearths Adelaide’s underground scene

The bleeding edge of Adelaide’s music scene has been brought together on new tape compilation Grid City Itch.


St. Morris Sinners release debut LP

Hear the latest track from Adelaide dirty blues group St. Morris Sinners

Adelaide Kids Film Festival

Adelaide Kids Film Fest an industry treat for tackers

Q&A sessions, meet-and-greets, behind the scenes tours and screenings at five venues ensure this is the biggest and best AKFF yet.