Oh hey there Fringe. Didn't you just sneak right on up on us! With enough Caberet, theatre, comedy, visual arts and beer to poke several sticks at, we thought we better give you a quick heads up on some great local sets you should head out to this Fringe time. click on the show titles to suss dates and book tickets.
Words by Courtney Duka
Typically an all acoustic set, the girls of Juno are spreading word of some changes they have made to their sound that we are particularly intrigued in.
That's all we are giving you, we have a interview feature coming up soon!
What a delightful team-up of two fresh faced, guitar strumming Adelaideans.
The indie-folk dream duo Louis Donnarumma and Maggie Rutjens will be presenting three shows over the season at intimate venues in the CBD. Joining them for a show each will be Paige Court, Time Moore & Kaurna Cronin.
We look forward to checking out newest venue Vinyl as an acoustic venue, not to mention Rutjens taking centre stage after plenty of gigging with Timberwolf.
We know, another folk acoustic act! But Fringe is their time to shine.
We popped our Tom West cherry many Porch Sessions ago and have had a soft spot for him ever since . Helpless - The Songs Of Neil Young is a one night only show with West back by a full band of great local musicians.
Local three piece pop act have used a large collection of words on their facebook profile to describe their new EP 'Colourblind' including boasting more muscle, texture, an ambitious sound, hieghtend maturity, expressive with intent, commercially crafted and we think took a chance in the opening to imply they are good looking.
Let's see what all that means.
Debut EP launch, hoorah!
New local music is alway exciting for us here at O&T HQ, especially from a band that only has a few live shows under their belt. Athletic Teenage Joggers's debut EP 'Hello Demons' was recently a feature album on Three D Radio, and is a interesting mix to the usual grungy rock.
Abbey Howlett and the Golden Realm are releasing their debut film clip for 'Sense of It All' and we can wait to see it with our eye balls. And what better way to launch it then with a neo-soul/hip hop showcase extraviganzer!
Oisima, Argus and the Liar, Jupiter and Naomi Kristina will feature the two events, although Howlett alone would be reason enough for us to attend.
"I love it everyday, spaghetti bolognaise"
This guys gets us.
This is just a sample. Check out the full fringe program here. It's pretty bitchin.