Angus and Julia Stone debuted their new album Snow to Adelaide’s fans at Thursday night’s sold out gig at The Thebarton Theatre.
Month: September 2017
Being a band for 25 years, you’re not forced to do anything you don’t want to do. You can just go ‘hey, just not feeling it, we wrote a bunch of songs, just not feeling it, okay we don’t have to..
In witnessing Tassone’s portrayal of Timon’s irresponsible spending and his fall from luxury to poverty, audience members will be prompted to question whether Timon a reckless smashed-avocado-eating millennial, or the victim of a society made up of credit, debt and false friends.
We always joke around about that Soundwave Festival, if you look at the tour poster with the smallest bands at the bottom and the biggest bands at the top, we were literally the last name on the flyer and the smallest one.
Alex Lahey I Love You Like A Brother Album Australian Tour October 2017
After spending the majority of the year on the Australian road touring in her van ‘Pamela Vanderson’, Kelly Brouhaha is finally returning to Adelaide launching her new EP Mama Didn’t Raise A Quitter at the Grace Emily Hotel on Sunday, 24 September.
Cradle of Filth are releasing their new album Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay on September 22. Lead […]
Belphegor have released their new album Totenritual, nine brand new vicious tracks of demonic, satanic fury. Frontman Helmeth […]
Put simply, Gang of Youths are the best band in the country right now. And they are a band in the true sense of the word, with the five members working together to create something truly special in a dynamic, high-energy live show.
Progressive metal five-piece Novelists have released Noir, only the second full length from the ambitious French band. Each […]