Josh Pyke’s new album, Rome is his best work yet. A lush rumination on a world that is experiencing empires crumbling, it is an album of maturity and beauty.
Siberian Tiger’s debut EP “First Dance” is just the laid back vibe you need right now.
Get moving with Dino Jag’s funky new track “Can’t Keep Still”
It’s been a while since performers worldwide have been able to switch on the stage lights, shake out their sequins and go to town on the grand piano, but finally that time has come for artists and audiences alike in Adelaide!
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.
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.
A new research report by the University of South Australia has found South Australia’s arts festival sector will have plenty of opportunity in the post-COVID economy.
Adelaide-based photographer Nat Rogers has introduced her latest project on YouTube, a series titled One Frame.