ownload Festival expands to Sydney and Melbourne with a massive lineup featuring heavy metal icons such as Ozzy Osbourne, Slayer, Judas Priest and Alice In Chains coming to Aus in March 2019.
Shiver me timbers! Adelaide’s Captain Hellfire & The Wretched Brethren launch a pirate game and debut EP
Capacity is limited, so get in early to avoid disappointment. This is absolutely unmissable for soul music fans and Adelaide party people.
“After months of working on ‘Big Machine’, it’s exactly the song I imagined it to be; which is what I’m most proud of. I would say that the new songs sound fresh and they feel good to play. They feel like they are authentically me.”
Combining bluesy riffs with soaring choruses and led by Lion’s unique rasping vocal prowess and deft guitar playing, the Lion EP is equal parts The White Stripes and Florence Welch.
Tour announcement and big news from Melbourne rockers, British India.
Greenleaf has recently been making an impression having made a transitional leap as a studio-oriented band, to evocative live performances through Europe, UK and Au
In exciting news for Eskimo Joe fans, acclaimed songwriter Kav Temperley is stepping out solo.
October’s Festival calendar continues to grow with the first Port Adelaide BoatFest to take place on the 13th and 14th giving visitors the chance to revisit Port Adelaide’s rich maritime history and celebrate South Australia’s seafood industry like never before!
Don’t miss this lightning paced thriller that combines glamour with espionage for a truly irresistible cocktail. Tickets are selling fast so you’d better run!