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The Gov, Thursday 30th May Reviewed by: Nicholas Gencarelli and Sean Brandt In April of this year, Melbourne-based psych-rock band, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, released their 8th album in just four years. At this stage, the band has earned the reputation of being Australia’s most prolific, and consistent, rock revivalists of this decade. The new album, Nonagon Infinity, like most

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By Kate Andrinopoulos   Long-time writer for On Dit, Andrew Lang can now add ‘composer’ to his resume, as he presents his debut album ‘Burnt Shades’.  It is modern classical, but don’t let the ‘classical’ part scare you. It’s not daunting, or complex: it is simple piano music, and it is very soothing.  In fact, I will try not to poll

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Words: Nick Gencarelli On Dit recently had a chat with The Murlocs lead singer Ambrose Kenny-Smith about their latest album Young Blindness and their upcoming tour.   Ambrose says, ‘This latest release is a stronger album with more elements than Loopholes,’ the band’s last album. The process for the new album was different to their earlier work, with Ambrose writing m

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Friday 11th – Monday 14th March Botanic Park Reviewed by: Natalie Carfora   WOMAD hit Adelaide over the long weekend and I was thrilled to be there! In an effort to review a four-day marathon in a succinct and interesting way, enjoy my WOMAD hit list.   Sampa the Great (Think Erykah Badu) Sampa is a Sydney based rapper hailing from Zambia, and she is rapidly receiving attent

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Saturday 5 March Adelaide Town Hall Reviewed by: Iran Sanadzadeh   The Tectonics festival has been running as a part of Adelaide Festival of Arts for a number of years. Curated and conducted by Ilan Volkov. It was an “endurance gig” for the audience (and presumably performers and staff), half of a two-day program is packed with a lot of premieres and widely varied music.

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 The Garden of Unearthly Delights Monday, 29th of February   Tim Whitt’s brainchild, incubated over 3 years, Heartache and Drumbreaks is an intricately pieced together soundscape, combined with elaborate visuals by Trav Nash.   Never before have I experienced a DJ set from the comfort of a beanbag, but this show is so much more than your typical DJ set. It is a piece of p

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