Category: Gig Reviews

Power Trip

Power Trip Shackles Mental Cavity 23/9

Ergh, Sunday night gigs aren't great for Monday hangovers and bangovers. Mental Cavity kicked off proceedings at the very sensible ...
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[Review] – Branford Marsalis Quartet, Canberra Theatre Centre, Sunday June 3

Review by Belinda Healy The four musicians come out to the stage quietly. Dressed in smart suits, they are unassuming ...
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[Gig Review] Thundamentals, B Wise and Adrian Eagle @ UC Refectory, Friday 1st June

Review by Jarrod McGrath Adrian Eagle was a beautiful opener for this evening. The Melbourne based artist has been selected ...
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[Review] The Celtic Tenors @ The Q, Queanbeyan, Tuesday–Wednesday April 17–18

Review by Michele E Hawkins An evening with The Celtic Tenors promises fine Irish singing of ballads, musical theatre, popular ...
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[REVIEW] Luke Bernie, Cy, MC Greg Kimball @ Canberra Comedy Festival, Civic Pub, Thursday March 22

By Louise Fairleigh All three performers on this very enjoyable and mirth-filled eve of comedy seemed to deliver an on-going ...

Last Leaves, Maths and Physics Club, Territory @ Smiths Alternative, Wednesday November 8

Coming into Smith's on a forlorn Wednesday night, Alinga Street hums with the sound of Territory, a band that has ...

80s Mania @ Canberra Southern Cross Club (Woden), Thursday November 2

It was a night of nostalgia, with five artists from the 80s strutting their stuff. The audience was right into ...

Midnight Oil, Something for Kate @ AIS Arena, Tuesday October 24

There was a sniff of the Midnight Oil vibe before you even entered the venue, with Adani coal mine protesters, ...
Vera Blue, Thandi Phoenix, Lakyn @ Academy, Friday July 28

Vera Blue, Thandi Phoenix, Lakyn @ Academy, Friday July 28

I’m not much for clubs, so I hadn’t stepped foot inside Academy before Friday night. “It’s nicer than I imagined ...

X, Young Docteurs, Kill Dirty Youth @ Transit Bar, Saturday July 22

Towards the end of a scorching set from hardened Australian rock ‘n’ roll band X, I momentarily stepped outside and ...