Author Libby Parker

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Ella Hooper’s debut solo album In Tongues drops today and it’s well worth the wait, for her and her fans.

Hooper, who shot to fame as a teenager with her band Killing Heidi, has been busily writing, recording and touring, while maintaining a successful career as TV and radio host.

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Post-hardcore rock outfit The Color Morale are headed our way for Soundwave 2015. The first time visitors to Adelaide hail from Rockford, Illinois have signed on to play the metal festival in February. Garret Rapp (Vocals), Devin King (Guitar), Aaron Saunders (Guitar), Steve Carey (Drums) and Mike Honson (Bass) are known for their rocking riffs, big choruses and positive messages in their music.

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A new singer, a brand new album and a rocking live show; Hand of Mercy are about to bring all of this to Adelaide. The Sydney hard-core band will play an all ages gig at Fowler’s Live next month and prove they are better than ever with their new line up. Dawson Michaels, bassist from the five-piece band said the band is looking forward to playing in our fair state on November 15.

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The inaugural Follow the Sun Festival was hosted at Glenelg over the Labour Day long weekend and lived up to its name, bathing music lovers in glorious sunshine as they enjoyed an array blues and roots acts. Performances alternated seamlessly between the two stages, providing a constant soundtrack for the day in a well-orchestrated program of music that was a credit to the organisers in the first year of the festival

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The Wonder Years are set to join the Soundwave line up next year after the recent cancellation of their planned headliner tour.

The band from the US had intended to play a small venue headlining tour around the country this year but due to unforseen circumstances had to cancel. But speaking to Glam Adelaide from his tour bus on the road, front man Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell said the band are thrilled to be joining Soundwave Festival

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When picturing an all-ages hip hop gig, one may be forgiven for being haunted by images of baggy-panted teens running around a moshpit swearing and bumping into people. But 360’s Utopia Tour on Saturday 13th September at Thebarton Theatre couldn’t have been more different

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