The bad, brooding Australian rock icon isn't even dead yet and Triple j are already paying homage to him with tribute concerts.
Pyramid Rock has announced an additional twenty bands on this year's huge lineup.
Despite an obvious snub from Flo Rida, Newcastle's biggest and best music festival was still a truly exceptional experience.
Sparkadia wowed Melbourne in a gig that proved their increases in show size is well earned.
Sparkadia'a delivered a strong repertoire of powerful, haunting pop songs throughout their set.
Great shows with big name acts go hand-in-hand with the UC Refectory and last Friday night was no exception, as UC played host to Sparkadia on the Canberra leg of their current 'Mary' tour.
It doesn’t take long to realise we are all watching something special as the band is in fine form.
Big Phrase hangs the DJ and gets his groove back on eclectic third LP.
The double feature at Birdee Num Num was Carlton Dry’s shout, and it proved a priceless event in every way.
Following up on their sould out album launch gigs in March/April, Sparkadia have announced that they’ll make another lap of the country on September.
Sparkadia ended their Great Impression tour in Perth with Support from Operator Please and Alpine at Capitol.
Alex Burnett brings a new Sparkadia to an adoring Sydney crowd, making up for lost time with a sold set of old and new.
An album of soft, yet powerful melodies, catchy choruses and an extensive collection of uplifting power ballads. There are few ways to fault Sparkadia on their sophomore release.
Sparkadia prove that a rather dramatic lineup change has done nothing to deter them, with a fantastic set made up of pre-loved old tracks and amazing new ones.