Adelaide Festival's musical roll call this year is supercalifragilisticexpialidociously amazing (not to mention the equally rad theatre, dance, arts and film line ups), but the one act we're most looking forward to seeing is Irish folkster, Glen Hansard.
Feel like a bit of a browse on the first day of your holidays? You may not be able to use your computer screen as a coffee cup coaster while you're perusing, but here's a little online interview with Spanish photography darling, Berta Pfirsich.
Lucy Folk is a pretty nifty choice as one of Ketel One's Modern Craft Experts. Electroplating everything from Doritos to clove buds in gold and silver, make sure you don't mistake them for a real snack and lose a tooth. Our insurance unfortunately doesn't cover that.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy. Harvest Festival is about to enter its Fortnight of Awesomeness and we're pretty chuffed to be heading along to give you a little snapshot of all the behind-the-scenes frivolity. Here's a little teaser interview with Sigur Ros to wet your whistles.
We're super chuffed to announce we're supporting Bat For Lashes' sideshows next year - huzzah! Although we won't literally be up on stage with Natasha Khan (our singing voices are meant only for the shower), we're quite excited about being involved.
We had a little chat with singer Tara Lynch of soul-sister-slayers, The Transatlantics. These three Adeladies (see what we did there?) and their large band of merry men have injected some well-needed groove into our lives and are coming to a town near you soon.