Scumfest 2016 announces special “re-union edition” lineup, featuring Conation, 99 Reasons Why and Totally Unicorn.
Legendary Aussie punk band Frenzal Rhomb are celebrating 25 years in music, and to mark the occasion, they are touring the country and releasing a new album of old songs.
Following a three year gap, alt-electro pioneers, Empire of the Sun are set to release their third studio album, Two Vines on 28th October.
Civil Dusk feels like hanging out with an old friend that you haven’t seen for a while and working out just how much you’ve missed them.
There’s plenty of great reasons to check out Palace of the King on Friday, September 9 at Crown & Anchor, and you can grab the new album from their website.
Speaking to the Upside News over the phone from his home in England, Hot Chocolate’s Patrick Olive is in high spirits and looking forward to the band’s forthcoming Australian tour.
The Troggs will be playing at The Gov on Sunday, November 27th. Grab your tickets soon!
Coming to Adelaide, from the co-creator of South Park and The Book of Mormon, comes the all singing, all dancing, all flesh eating Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical live on stage.
Two of Australia’s largest secondhand music dealers – The Vinyl Junkie from Byron Bay and Revolve Records from Sydney – are working together to bring two truck-loads of records, CDs and DVDs to Adelaide.
An engaged crowd swayed and swooned for Dempsey, as he painlessly delivered his impassioned lyrics.