“I wanted to capture my version of now,” Peter says. “The songs are reflections of turbulent decades on the rack, and the people and things that meant the most to me.”
The Cat Empire have been touring flat out this year and will be returning to Adelaide on May 26 to play Thebarton Theatre.
Car Boot Sale is a concise, ten-track record with lyrics immersed in universal themes of love, family and home plus wider concerns: shock jocks, climate change deniers and bullying.
Adelaide band, The Serra have found a unique way to share their music with the world, and it’s through a dual launch with accompanying videos.
Back together after a two year hiatus between 2012-2014, the band are stronger than ever and looking forward to getting back to Australia.
Bastille Day has all the elements of a great action film and follows the Die Hard formula. While it’s not quite Die Hard, it reaches some pretty great heights and it consistently entertaining and exciting.
Angus Stone has a new musical project called Dope Lemon and they’re about to release an album.
Although his signature voice, with its haunting, rich and soulful tones are still present, Strange Loop differs from SFK even in the way Paul sits down to write the songs.
Songwriters in the Round feature some of SA’s best musical storytellers, so get along to see some of the wonderful talent we have here in our state.
It’s a good thing that a band like Radiohead can even exist. In a sea of simple and generic pop products, their sophisticated art-rock compositions are a life-raft for those who look for a little more challenge or intelligence in their listening choices.