Yungblud is a new kind of punk act, starting out in the UK and growing to become one […]
Last night at Jive, Olympia delivered a highly satisfying taste of the old and the new on her ‘Star City’ tour of the country.
German three-piece psych rockers the Samsara Blues Experiment are a band that very much let their playing do the talking. With no affected stage antics or outlandish outfits, and an absence of talk between songs, their 90 minute set at the Crown and Anchor on Sunday night was all about the music.
Fraser A. Gorman kicked off his national tour in Adelaide at the Grace Emily last night, treating the appreciative audience to a full rendition of Easy Dazy, his superb new record.
Machine Head are offering a live show that no other band at their level is matching.
It was a triumphant homecoming for The Hard Aches at the Gov last night, playing in support of their freshly minted sophomore album, Mess.
Angus and Julia Stone debuted their new album Snow to Adelaide’s fans at Thursday night’s sold out gig at The Thebarton Theatre.
Put simply, Gang of Youths are the best band in the country right now. And they are a band in the true sense of the word, with the five members working together to create something truly special in a dynamic, high-energy live show.
The night was everything a rock’n’roll show should be from a master performer. We had the privilege of witnessing two sides of Springsteen: the political activist railing against injustice and the master of ceremonies who brings the party; and absolutely every moment counted.
The intimate crowd at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre on Friday night was transported back to a decade ago, as the Canadian group opened up with two songs from third studio album Crisis.