Adelaide shows are increasingly being dominated by big spending companies instead of more DIY nights like Atomic Lounge. If we all pitch in we can bring the Rad back into Radelaide.
Adelaide musician and stalwart of the scene, Sean Kemp and his folk-acoustic-pop trio (with Kirsten Glover and brother Drew Kemp) have a new EP and it’s already getting some love on national radio station triple j and local stations Three D and Radio Adelaide.
In a world where musicians often struggle against an online world in order to make a living, an Adelaide duo have found a way the internet can make money for artists.
If you have an event coming up in Adelaide, this DIY PR workshop could make all the difference to you.
Hollie Andrew: “It’s been a lot of pressure, but it’s been wonderful to dream big and create new things. I’m at an age now where it’s up to us to take the reins and put new ideas out there and throw everything we have at them.”
Recently I spoke to a parliamentary briefing about living with endometriosis and why I want to devote my life to saving young women from the troubles I had.
Join the festival of fish and chips this weekend!
Get along to Thebby to see The Tea Party tonight.
Check out the verdict of Colour Machine’s single, ‘Ego’ from our Next Gen Journo crew who recently participated in a workshop with journalist and Upside News editor Libby Parker:
Next Gen Journo Ruby Lehmann gives her verdict on Kelly Brouhaha’s single ‘Audrey’s Song’ from her new EP.