We asked Adelaide producer Luke Million to pick out the tracks which have been the most influential in his career ahead of his live set at the Mirador 4th Birthday Party this Friday at Queen’s Theatre.
We sat down with Aussie film-maker Scott Hicks to chat about his latest film, Highly Strung, which is now showing in selected cinemas across Australia.
With hard earned determination, Port Lincoln native Lucas Laufen has spent the past year compiling his life into music, with new single Boulders launching at The Grace Emily this Sunday.
With Haddaway, La Bouche, Amber and more, we’ll just go ahead and say it: 90s Mania Dance Party will be the greatest concert in the history of concerts. Ever.
Triple J host and DJ-come-producer-come-singer extraordinaire KLP headlines Cats at Rocket Bar this week.
Adele may have lost her lollies of the recent Beyonce album release, but perhaps she forgets every now and then just how anticipated her own new album is.
Sydney electronic duo Bag Raiders shot to fame in the late 2000s on the back…
Glam catches up with a much loved mainstay of Adelaide’s music scene, James Hickey ahead of his performance at The Crown & Sceptre.
Twenty One Pilots have booked in their first ever arena shows around the country for a tour they’re calling the EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW.
One of Australia’s most talented bands, Last Dinosaurs from Brisbane, hit Fat Controller on May 20.
Renowned for their sublime two-hour-plus performances, this July marks The Cure’s first Australian tour since August 2007, and they are coming to Adelaide!
André Rieu’s spectacular Maastricht concert is in its 12th year and features his world-famous 60-piece orchestra, sopranos, tenors and very special guests.
The program for this evening of music was a mixture of new works with a few special favourites thrown in.
The Drones kicked off their tour in sensational style and we have all the photos from the amazing concert…
One of Australia’s most heralded and respected alternative rock acts impressed their loyal South Australian fans at The Gov…
By Tony Trimboli GLAM interviewed Gareth Lilliard from Melbourne alternative rockers The Drones who have…
Teenage electronica prodigies Bad Decisions, made up of Andrew Ghisoni and Cameron Breen, are hitting up Fat Controller this Saturday night after having generated a lot of hype in the electronic music world.
Come rain or shine (yep we’ve had both now over the past two years), Groovin The Moo out at Oakbank has once again put on a memorable show for all who attended. These pics should tell the story for us…
Check out the new clip for the new Tiny Little Houses, Milo Tin head of their show at Rocket on Thursday 28th of April.