Sydney’s ART vs SCIENCE have crammed the kind of heady ascent experienced by the luckiest of bands into a timeline that belies their few short years. From regional pubs to national festivals to trains, the three-piece have built a massive following.
Adelaide Festival Centre’s CEO and Artistic Director, Douglas Gautier announced today that the Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival for 2012 and 2013 will be Kate Ceberano.
The nation’s independent music industry has received a major marketing boost with liqueur brand Jagermeister signing a three-year deal to partner with the re-launched independent music awards and independent music charts.
Fuse Festival & the Adelaide Fringe have launched a new relationship for the 2011 festival!
20th Century Graduates beat nine other SA bands to take out NOVA’s SA Heaps Good Bands…
The Touch, an Adelaide based Dance-Punk band, are set to release their second EP simply entitled ‘1.1’ and embark on a National tour during September and October.
Music editor Rajani Stengewis interviewed talented Australian singer/songwriter Monique Brumby about her latest album, Skeletons’ Polka,…
Founded in 2008 by Artistic Director, Gabriella Smart, Soundstream continues to create a national and international profile for contemporary classical music in South Australia.
Based in the Adelaide Hills Andy Scott and Greg Duke are The Neverleaves, a two-man recording outfit who prefer the comfort and solitude of separate home studios to the ceaseless struggle of holding a band together, scrounging for places to gig.
Glam Adelaide Music Editor Rajani Stengewis interviewed Michelle Sabolchick Pettinato to find out about life on the road as a female sound engineer for some of the world’s biggest musical acts.
SA’s finest home brewed musicians hand-picked to perform at Cooper’s Alive 2010.
A 10th anniversary deserves a very special celebration and that’s exactly what a day on the green has planned with Aussie rock legend Jimmy Barnes heading up the festivities for this noteworthy occasion.
Get ready Adelaide, West Coast rapper Ice Cube is about to set this town on fire with his Australian ‘Scorcher’ Tour this October.
It’s a new season and a new summa, and Future entertainment’s Summadayze 2011 is on its way to heat things up for another year…
Frog cakes, Coopers Pale Ale, big silver balls and fritz sandwiches are all heaps good – and so are the 10 Adelaide bands that Nova 919 has recruited for SA’s Heaps Good Bands competition.
Ed Kowalczyk – renowned worldwide as lead singer and driving force of multi-platinum band Live – brings his new Down Under for a national tour.
Manic Street Preachers, one of the UK’s premier alternative rock bands, make their long awaited return to Australia this November to play blistering shows across the nation.
The stars of the smash hit ABC Documentary, ARIA, Logie and Helpmann Award winning Choir of Hard Knocks, now known as the Choir of Hope and Inspiration, along with their Founding Music Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM, will come to Adelaide for the first time to perform with our very own Tutti Choir, founded by South Australia’s 2007 Local Hero, Pat Rix and led by Tutti’s Resident Conductor, Jonathan Bligh.
Award winning vocalist Megan Washington and Australian jazz luminary Paul Grabowsky return to the Adelaide Festival Centre…
Australia’s legendary Summadayze is back in 2011 with an all-new look for an all-new season of sounds, sun and celebration. It’s a new Summa, a new year and another chance to revel in the colour, excitement and energy of one of the world’s most famous festivals. Get ready for a hot new experience this Summer …