In exciting arts and culture news, Nexus Arts has launched its 2020 Interplay performance series: a musical celebration of intercultural Australia, the series showcases ten extraordinary artists who now call Adelaide home.
Playing as part of Going Bananas mini festival of local bands at The Bridgeway this Saturday 3 October, the band will line up with the likes of Chelsea Manor, Struth!, Sweet Jane, Lola, Mum’s Favourite, Nocturnal Animals, Mongrel and The Birds are Spies.
Nine Network presenter Jessica Braithwaite has gone toe to toe with influencers and mummy bloggers with the release of her first music video.
Mum’s Favourites, The Dead Regulars and The Backyarders played to a packed house and Upside’s Kay Cann was there to capture the best moments.
As well as being total go-getters on the music scene, Obscura Hail are also expert procrastinators.
Except when it comes to releasing their music, of course, with their Siren EP dropping today.
Siren successfully evokes a range of emotions from the joy of travelling on long, scenic roads with the music blaring, to filling a bathtub with tears.
The Backyarders are a motley crew of multi-instrumentalists combining folk and rock, while garage blues band The Dead Regulars have a special connection to Vault 134, with the band being formed within the four walls of the bank vault. And riff rockers Mum’s Favourite are also everyone else’s favourite, so bring your mum.
South Australia’s newest multi-day festival has been announced; Nature Festival. This 10-day open access event is dedicated to celebrating the role nature plays in the identity of all South Australians.
With a myriad of influences and youth on their side, Brisbane-based Indie-rockers Sunflower pull us into a dreamy world of good vibes and optimism as they continue to make their impact on the music scene.
The South Australian Music Awards is powering ahead for 2020 and scheduled for Tuesday November 3rd. With submissions open and judging panel announced, here’s everything you need to know.