By Adele Teh 1st Mar, 2012
Neon Indian brought their nostalgic summer ectoplasm sound, equatable to floating in an incandescent river while playing Nintendo 64 and imbibing Wizz Fizz, to Adelaide.
By Gavin De Almeida 7th Aug, 2011
French electro-pop songstress Yelle puts on a killer show at one of the best yet still under-utilised venues going around.
By Katie Langley 16th May, 2011
Finishing up their first headline tour, new sensations Strange Talk hit Adelaide along with local all-stars The Shiny Brights and Myles Mayo with his band the Slippery Gypsies.
By Gavin De Almeida 4th Apr, 2011
Whilst perhaps let down by a modest attendance the second Adelaide Tone Deaf show featured another great Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! show with newcomers instrumental act Doe really taking to the bigger stage with a huge sound.
By Louis Rankin 8th Mar, 2011
Noise pop band Wavves came to Adelaide for their first ever Australian show as part of their Golden Plains Festival side shows
By Gavin De Almeida 26th Jul, 2010
In surely one of the local gigs of the year, Adelaide's most talked about funk and soul outfit the Transatlantics put on a show for the ages in front of an enraptured audience at a sold out Rocket Bar.
By Graham Reynolds 11th Aug, 2009
Another wildly ecclectic lineup at Rocket Bar for "Abracadabra". Featuring Jupiter Lead, The Battery Kids and 20th Century Graduates.
By Miranda Freeman 28th May, 2009
It was Friday night at Rocket Bar, and the words on everyone's lips were "parlez-vous Francais" and "oÃƒÂ¹ est le vin?"
By Graham Reynolds 26th Apr, 2009
Teenagersintokyo rock out with the lights out at Rocket Bar for "Abracadabra" and a host of Modular's obnoxious electro DJs. Supported by Bachelor Of Arts and Young Hearts Fail. Funtimes aplenty!