Adelaide band, The Vanity Cure is kicking off the new year with a new album – their very first album, actually.
Oculus Magnus is released through Great White Records, with Surviving Sharks launching the album at the Grace Emily Hotel this Saturday night.
This Mad March festival season is serving up a plethora of exciting things for our eyes and ears and one of those offerings is WA band Dallas Royal.
The Crown and Anchor is one of Adelaide’s favourite venues for live music, and partying with people who love live music. On Friday night, these two beautiful elements combined perfectly when Mere Machine, Ben Gel and the Boneyard Saints and Surviving Sharks took to the stage.
The city is set to sizzle this Friday night with some hot summer entertainment from Mere Machine, Ben Gel and the Boneyard Saints, and Surviving Sharks at the Cranka.
Sydney band, Bloods will be tearing a hole in the stage at The Ed Castle tonight giving Adelaide a taste of their garage pop.
Halloween provided a good excuse to gather four local rock acts on the same bill last Friday at the Worldsend on Hindley Street.
On October 31, Surviving Sharks, Across the Atlas, Dirt Playground and Slick Arnold will play Halloween Horror Rock at the Worldsend Hotel.
Adelaide trio Surviving Sharks are a tight, high-energy rock outfit who are great to experience live. Their new […]
Andy Roberts is set to hit Grace Emily next week after Surviving Sharks. And if this all seems […]