we chatted with guitarist Alex to hear about their recent massive stadium shows, how their hiatus was a blessing in disguise and how their little hometown of Ipswich unexpectedly kickstarted their success.
Pagan’s live show isn’t a normal metal show, it’s more of a heavy metal disco with cult-themed imagery, hot pink neon lights and bottles of red wine, which has made the band notorious.
Williamson did not want the original script altered so it was obvious that isthisyours? had to come up with other ways to push the boundaries.
South Australian singer/songwriter Oh Deliah, will be releasing her debut EP ‘These Old Dreams’ on May 18.
Adelaide Roller Derby returns to the Adelaide Showground in 2019, with the season opener on Saturday, 6th April.
Áine Tyrrell, will bring her second album, ‘Return to the Sea’ to Adelaide for two shows next weekend.
Adelaide alternative outfit Sleep Talk have released their second single ‘Slowfade’, from their debut full-length Everything In Colour.
The emphasis on homegrown talent was apparent from the line-up announcement for Laneway 2019. For placing such confidence in our local talent, the organisers of Australia’s biggest nationally touring festival should be congratulated. It also made for a bloody great show.
After Adelaide’s hottest day on record, the refreshing folk sounds of Mumford & Sons and the soothing soul of Michael Kiwanuka provided the perfect way to cool down.
The Dropkick Murphys did their only sideshow for Good Things Festival at HQ on December 10th with support from Young Offenders.