Melbourne based singer/songwriter/producer Andrew Bitto released his new EP on the 12th of October. Known better as Spectoral, this upcomer set 6 songs onto the public for consumption, leading with a strong start, called “Movin’ on.”
Connor reckons The Hunting Birds could be off on tour as early as the beginning of next year, so stay tuned for dates on that one, but in the meantime, grab the EP. It’s a good one!
It was like an old best friend came to visit when The Living End rolled into The Thebarton Theatre on Friday night, the band currently touring off the back of their latest studio album Wunderbar.
Seven-piece rock outfit West Thebarton has capped off a stellar year by taking out four South Australian Music (SAM) Awards tonight, with other major category winners including MANE, A.B. Original and Adrian Eagle.
To celebrate the first ever live music event at MOD. (Museum of Discovery), Adelaide’s DJ Tr!p will go head to head with international artist Rival Consoles with accompanying visuals by Luku Kukuku.
For one night only, legendary musicians of the Adelaide music scene The Flaming Sambucas will pay tribute to the songs and stories of Elton John.
After selling out his Adelaide show scheduled for Thursday 1st November at Jive, Didirri added a second show for Wednesday 31st October and Katrina Hall was there to snap all the action.
A bunch of good-hearted Aussie music legends are set to come together next Tuesday November 6 to support our farmers by rocking out in Rundle Mall.
Neon Tetra’s sophisticated, yet super fun style of music is a breath of fresh air in today’s musical landscape.
The twenty-two-year-old from regional Victoria draws listeners in with raw, intricate storytelling similar to that of Bob Dylan and Neil Young, delivered with a strong but gentle voice.