Adelaide label Swirl Records is releasing a split EP from local Adelaide four piece Siamese and Toronto fuzz masters Lust.
Seven Sonnets & A Song is the result of this cultural interweaving and, like a lot of Kelly’s more recent work, it is largely a success with few frayed seams.
This album is going straight to my list of favourites.
The Upside News recently caught up with Adelaide garage rockers West Thebarton Brothel Party to chat about local music, football and their upcoming Groovin the Moo gig.
Register to join Camp Gallipoli at their website and join Louise as she shares her ANZAC spirit with Adelaide.
Big Country is finally coming to Australia 35 years after forming!
After bypassing us on their mini Australian tour late December last year, Custard were finally back in South Australia!
Released on May 20th, Day of the Dead took four years to record and features over 60 artists from varied musical backgrounds, 59 tracks and is almost six hours long.
Gang of Youths are the real deal. In an era of producers and manufactured music it’s great to see a band who clearly enjoy making music together and who do it so damn well.
The Upside News spoke to Cherie on the phone from her home where she was in the middle of making preparations for her evening meal.