Britpop fans get excited! The Charlatans have announced that they will be coming back to Adelaide for another night of first rate indie pop at The Gov on August 28.
Inspired by the Socrates quote: “It is not living that matters, but living rightly”, PJ put pen to paper for The Good Teacher, but he also took stimulus from conversations with fellow teachers.
Speaking with Les McKeown on the phone, he seems pretty enthusiastic about his forthcoming return to Adelaide, and seems generally pretty happy with the way things are currently unfolding for him and The Bay City Rollers.
It was a triumphant homecoming for The Hard Aches at the Gov last night, playing in support of their freshly minted sophomore album, Mess.
On their second album, Adelaide rock two-piece The Hard Aches have distilled their sound into something quite wonderful, […]
The album dropped yesterday and the boys (Alex Upton and Ben David) will be hitting The Gov tonight supported by Stabbitha and the Knifey Wifeys.
After Dinner is well worth seeing if you’re looking for a light-hearted show that is all entertainment and a great night out.
Acclaimed Adelaide singer-songwriter Emily Davis, is set to release her third studio album, You, Me and the Velvet Sea, on Friday, April 13.
The Adelaide Roller Derby are returning to the Adelaide Showground and kicking off on Saturday, 7th April.