Canberra band Hands Like Houses hit Fowler’s Live tonight for an all ages gig that will raise the roof. The post-hardcore band from our nation’s capital are currently touring their new album Unimagine and have just released an ‘alternative’ EP: Reimagine.
Author Libby Parker
Melbourne outfit Kingswood have a lot going for them right now and their gig at Pirie & Co Social Club showed fans why they’re worth the hype.
The festival state is adding another event to its calendar: an all ages, family friendly boutique festival with top quality food and wine and an impressive line-up.
Paul Dempsey, Dallas Frasca and BONJAH, amongst others will be playing at Glenelg on October 5th for Follow The Sun Festival
This Friday night at Adelaide’s Blackmarket, four piece Kiwi turned Sydney-siders Monte will rock the house.
In what they’re calling a whirlwind ‘mini tour’, the band will be giving audiences a taste of their album which is set to be released around October third.
From humble beginnings as a high school disco DJ, Sebjak (Sebastian Jak) is now entering a very promising career in the US after taking Europe and the UK by storm.
The house DJ has just finished making a track with Kryder, has collaborated with his hero Steve Angello, played some of the coolest clubs in the States and he’s only 27 years old
This Friday will see the much-anticipated album drop for Adelaide hip-hop outfit Hilltop Hoods, and it is well worth the wait.
The latest offering since 2012’s double platinum Drinking from the Sun, is Walking Under Stars and it’s all about soul.
Last night at the Entertainment Centre Theatre, The Voice top eight finalists took to the stage for the second show in their national tour.
The new Australian film, These Final Hours follows the journey of James as he lives out his last half a day on earth.
Australia’s favourite blues one-man-band Ash Grunwald is heading back to Australia after a hugely successful American tour.
Grunwald begins his Aussie tour in Townsville on the 15th August and will play at The Gov in Adelaide on September 27th.
Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project promised flamenco infused jazz and a Sunday afternoon of cool, sultry sounds; happily, it did not disappoint.
The show opened with Aloysius Leeson playing beautiful Spanish solo guitar before introducing his Quartet to the stage.
This year’s Guitar Festival is a delightful offering of some of the most impressive guitarists and performers in the world.
Debashish Bhattacharya, is no exception with his reputation as a slide guitarist with an impressive instrumental arsenal proceeding him.
Joe Camilleri is an Aussie legend celebrating 50 years in music, and with 45 albums under his belt and 150 shows a year, the man is not slowing down any time soon.
This week, Camilleri will play at Norwood Live and Hahndorf Old Mill, showing crowds that his blend of rock, blues, gospel and country can still rock the house.
This November will see the very welcome return to Australia by iconic platinum singer song writer Tori Amos.
Playing Her Majesty’s Theatre on Sunday November 16, Amos will be performing solo shows with only her piano on stage for company.
An Adelaide company is offering gourmet, restaurant quality meals delivered to your door at reasonable prices.
Startup Cult is one of the most anticipated albums of the hip hop genre this year.The first single from Startup Cult is “Right Now”, which hit the airwaves via Triple j recently just in time for Groovin The Moo Festival and his national tour.
Australian singer, songwriter and two-time ARIA award winner, Monique Brumby is bringing her new music to The Wheaty this Saturday night.
The indie rock artist and producer had a top 40 hit with her debut single, “Fool for You” in the mid nineties.
360 has tipped him as the next huge thing to happen in hip hop, he took Triple J’s Like a Version by storm, and his debut album is one of the most anticipated of 2014.
Meet The Vamps is the debut album from self described UK pop-punk-accoustic-driven band The Vamps. Having met and formed through the magic of Internet and social media, the group have quickly become a sensation with their cheerful, youthful sound.
Meet The Vamps isn’t your average boy-band, screaming-teenage-girl-magnet, over-played-on-commercial-radio series of tunes; but it is certainly for a younger demographic.
Brit Award Winning UK soul singer, Sam Smith’s debut album The Lonely Hour, is the perfect company for these colder nights, contrary to the album’s title.The album is reminiscent of James Morrison’s 2006 Undiscovered but with a little more soul, as proven in “Stay with Me” which has a gospel groove and poetic lyrics.
Kids’ favourite Hi-5 are touring next month with a brand new show and a special announcement. “House Hits”, showing at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on July 10, will see Hi-5 play their fans’ favourite songs as voted on social media.