South Australian music will again have it's own industry awards night, with Peter Darwin of Fowler's Live to revive the event this year.
Silverstein return to our nation again in support of their latest two albums 'The Rescue' & 'Short Songs'. Joined by Brisbane's Pop-Punkers Skyway, Adelaide's My Catalyst & locals Dead Joe.
In the 17 years I have lived here, there's one major piece of advice I give to my friends in bands - don’t play your first time in Adelaide between Sunday and Thursday. Case in point: one of the greatest metal bands, Toxic Holocaust.
Melbourne boys The Getaway Plan came home with a bang on their 'Requiem' tour. It was as if they'd never left.
On one of the hottest November nights in ages, Adelaide’s Fowler’s Live hosted a triple-header of rock courtesy of Split Seconds, Stonefield, and the ever-reliable Jebediah.
It was an extra special homecoming for Adelaide's countrified folk indie sons Leader Cheetah with a packed out show in front of their home audience.
See an inordinate amount of teenagers roaming about North Terrace this past Thursday night? You Me At Six would be the reason.
The band hit their stride in Adelaide.
Some 300 punters made their way into Fowlers to witness a great show from Wollongong’s stoner grunge outfit Tumbleweed.
Filled with familiar Aussie faces, Basement Birds (comprising of Steve Parkin , Kav Temperley [Eskimo Joe], Kevin Mitchell [Bob Evans] and Josh Pyke,) are the Aussie pop scene’s answer to a “Supergroup”.
Seven long years but it was worth the wait.
Pop-punkers Boys Like Girls thrill fans at Fowler's Live.