Local music mentoring organisation, Girls Rock! Adelaide, have launched a fundraising campaign via crowdfunding platform Pozible to help run their second ever rock camp, now rescheduled for January 2021—and South Australians are showing their support in droves.
Set for release on all major platforms on Friday the 14th of August, the ‘anti-cookie-cutting’ collaboration between these two different artists has given birth to a dark-grit pop song, a lovechild of Gorillaz meets Lizzo and one earworm of a melody that’ll lodge inside your brain.
On Thursday August 6, CHARISMA.AI CEO Guy Gadney will discusses the latest trends in Artificial intelligence and how they stand to revolutionise the entertainment industry.
Off the back of reaching #1 on the Triple J Unearthed Chart and #2 on the Overall Triple J Unearthed Chart with their previous release ‘First Time’s a Charm’, ‘Heart in a Hold’ flaunts melt-in-your-mouth vocals, driving bass, spacious guitars and intimate melodies.
Written by author and electoral educator Krys Saclier, with fun illustrations by political cartoonist Cathy Wilcox, Vote 4 Me is a story about the fictional Mount Mayhem Public School and the students’ desire to elect a new class representative to instil some much-needed change to their school.
In addition to Australian Platinum and Gold albums, Wet Wet Wet are one of the most successful bands in British pop history, having sold in excess of 15 million singles and albums, 3 UK Number 1’s, 13 Top 10 singles along with albums in the charts for over 500 weeks.
After seven years with the Australian String Quartet (ASQ), this will be the final year for its much-loved cellist Sharon Grigoryan, who become one of Australia’s most highly- regarded cellists, and a cherished member of the ASQ family.
Despite Georgia, USA’s, 136,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases, country musician Jared Ryan has overcome solitary lockdown by collaborating with Adelaide songwriter and Round Records owner Terry Bradford to release a brand-new album Fishing In A Bucket.
Local Hawthorn café The Pantry on Egmont has been listed in the RSPCA’s top three South Australian Human Food Eateries as a part of their Choose Wisely directory.
Seated Sunday Sessions will run throughout the month of June, kicking off with the talented multi-instrumentation of Trav Collins. The following three Sundays will include local musicians who are just aching to get out and play some tunes.