Collage Talks: Kahlia Clarke of Sisters in SMUT

Katerina Grypma talks to Kahlia Clarke about her involvement in Sisters in SMUT, and the ensemble’s 2021 Adelaide Fringe Show Smut Uncut: An Erotica Extravanganza. Check out Sisters in Smut on Facebook and Instagram too. Collage: Hey Kahlia! Tell us a bit about yourself and your involvement in Sisters in SMUT. Kahlia: We all have our talents and hobbies – creative writing, poetry, playing musical … Continue reading Collage Talks: Kahlia Clarke of Sisters in SMUT

GOUD 2021 Review: RECLINE By Hot Dub Time Machine

Music (Electronic) Presented by Hot Dub Time Machine @ The Spiegeltent, The Garden of Unearthly Delights Monday 15th March, Tuesday 16th March: 6.30pm. View ticketing information. Content Warnings: PG, Loud noises, Smoke Effects, Strobe Lighting Tom Lowndes, more commonly known as Hot Dub Time Machine is back at the Adelaide Fringe for the world premier of RECLINE. Joined by jazz saxophonist Matt Keegan, RECLINE is … Continue reading GOUD 2021 Review: RECLINE By Hot Dub Time Machine

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert

WHAT: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert WHEN: Until 6 March 2021 WHERE: Nexus Arts COST: more details here Anime ‘n’ Chill is presented by Natalya Plays Piano, a one woman performance and her piano on stage. Natalya has created a set list that includes both niche anime as well the more classic and well-known shows like Pokemon, Naruto and Spirited Away. Throughout her … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert

Adelaide Film Festival 2020: I Am Woman

What: I Am Woman When: 23 October 4:30pm (last screening) Cost: See AFF website for details Any liberal grandmother is going to eat this slice of nostalgia cake right up! I Am Woman has pockets of greatness and leaves you feeling empowered, but unfortunately, overall fails to balance its story and flesh out its messages.  The biopic unfolds in a formulaic and predictable manner in … Continue reading Adelaide Film Festival 2020: I Am Woman

Collage Talks: SONODA Music

I’ve been super fortunate to be given the opportunity to preview SONODA’s latest release, as well as have a small chat with the musical lead, Lisa. Following are a few thoughts, as well as some insight to Lisa’s creative processes in crafting ‘meditative pop’ into a genre. Based in Los Angeles, SONODA consists of group members: Lisa (vocals and synth among many other instruments), Adrian … Continue reading Collage Talks: SONODA Music

Collage Talks: Very Nice Massage

R: Hey, Very Nice Massage! Thanks for agreeing to discuss your upcoming album, Based On The Data, with me! Z: Hello Rachel! Thank you for having us! R: Please introduce yourselves! Z: My name is  Zach Stolz, I am one half of Very Nice Massage, and a musician living on Kangaroo Island and New York. C: My name is Chris Retsina, I am a musician … Continue reading Collage Talks: Very Nice Massage

2019 WOMADelaide Festival: TOP PICKS

What: WOMADelaide Festival  Who: WOMADelaide Foundation When: 8 – 11 March 2019 Where: Botanic Park, Adelaide  Cost: See website for various ticket options Allow me just to preface that this list is in no particular order. I could not bring myself to rank these worthy experiences. Which, when encompassed together create a well-rounded and complete WOMADelaide festival! MUSIC Christine & the Queens Friday 10:20pm // … Continue reading 2019 WOMADelaide Festival: TOP PICKS

Music Review: Umi no Uzu

What: UMI NO UZU – Aaron Choulai and the Australian Art Orchestra When: 2 February 2019 Where: Nexus Arts Cost: $30 $20 (U) Who: Aaron Choulai (Tokyo/Papua New Guinea) – Piano accordion/keyboard/electronics Kojoe (Tokyo) – Rapper Miyama Mcqueen-Tokita (Tokyo/Melbourne) – Koto Peter Knight (Melbourne) – Trumpet & electronics Ian Whitehurst – Tenor saxophone Erkki Veltheim (Melbourne)- Violin Chris Hale – Acoustic bass guitar  Joe Talia … Continue reading Music Review: Umi no Uzu

Music Review: East West Street: A Song of Good and Evil

What: East West Street: A Song of Good and Evil When: 23 February 2018, 8pm Where: Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide Who: Written by Philippe Sands Performed by Philippe Sands, Katja Riemann, Laurent Naouri, and Guillaume de Chassy Directed by Nina Brazier It is October 12, 1946. Hans Frank, Hitler’s personal lawyer, sits in the dock in Courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice in … Continue reading Music Review: East West Street: A Song of Good and Evil