Adelaide indie-pop band Venice Queens has released their new single ‘Royalty’, capturing an abstract take on our western world’s current political leaders.
Adelaide’s favourite female power-duo Wing Defence have unleashed their long-awaited debut EP, Friends.
The Whitlams’ Gaffage and Clink 2020 tour has been rescheduled to 2021, including two shows at The Gov.
Sydney-based pop-punk band SoSo has accompanied their latest single ‘(Shit) Love Story’ with a dramatic and frenzied video clip, shot and directed by Pete O’Dowd from Mega Media TV.
Australian-born musician Jess Cornelius has released her latest single ‘Body Memory’, involving an emotional message within a calming electro-rhythm tune.
Dead Roo and Ricky Albleck & The Belair Line Band will launch their recent split release early next month with an exclusive launch event at The Gov.
The Music SA board has pleasure in announcing its new General Manager, with the role going to musician, skilled administrator, IT professional and vocational trainer Kim Roberts.
The Gov is jumping back into delivering some of the best live music in South Australia post-isolation by hosting the Open The Borderers Party next month.
Sydney singer-songwriter Oly Sherman has persisted through 2020’s alms and burst back into the Australian music scene after his international debut in January, by releasing his latest single ‘Homeboy’ last month.
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.