We had the best day at Heaps Good Festival on Friday, with Kay Cann capturing all the action in this gallery.
Heaps Good is a fantastic addition to Adelaide’s festival calendar and will hopefully be a fixture in future years.
Mum Thinks Blue was announced in November as winners of the Triple J Unearthed competition to join this stellar line-up of international and Australian acts, headlined by Arctic Monkeys and including G-Flip, King Stingray, CHVURCHES and Spacey Jane.
As 2022 draws to an end, Upside looks through the best albums released this year.
Having annouced one of the most exciting line-ups in the event’s history, the artist playing days for WOMADelaide 2023 have now been revealed.
If you’re as excited about Heaps Good festival as we are, you’ll be keen to check out the event set times and map, which have just landed.
The Wombats are a big energy, highly entertaining act, who have the three-minute pop-rock song down to a fine art, along with a penchant for clever word play.
“The possibility of making a viral video is a small bit of hope you have in the back of your mind, but we never expected our white noise generator to make such an impact!” says Sienna Hart grand daughter of renowned artist Pro Hart.
The newest kid on the Adelaide live music block, Prompt Creative Centre is hosting its fist gig tonight, with a stacked four-band line-up of local talent.
Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird are a band in fine form and, having just released a superb new album, Smiles of Earth, the intricacies of their songcraft were well suited to the Lab on Saturday night.