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Oh Boy: Swirl Fest 2019 is coming!

Natasha Martin

Swirl Fest 2019 is coming and will welcome the third edition of the annual celebration of local and national live music.

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Spilt Milk 2018: The Good, The Great and The Fantastic

Natasha Martin

This year for Spilt Milk excelled our expectations, with amazing views, food and music we couldn’t applaud them enough for the mind-blowing festival that was produced.

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Hockey Dad @ HQ Complex

Kate Sansome

Hockey Dad have been absolutely killing it lately, and their sold out show at HQ was no exception.

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The Kooks return to SA for Glenelg Music Festival

Imogen Hindson

The Kooks return to SA in a lineup featuring Winston Surfshirt, Last Dinosaurs and MANE for a day of sun, food and good vibes.

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Indiago w/ Sleepy Lizard & Contract Love @ Fat Controller

Natasha Martin

The last day of August at the ever so tasty, Fat Controller, was a night filled with great tunes by bands Indiago, Sleepy Lizards and Contract Love that excelled our expectations.

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Bob and Vance: Like a Rolling Stone and a Riptide

Lucy Brewer

Sure, The Times They Are A-Changin’ but as long as Bob and Vance are around, We’re (Not) Going Home.

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Don't Miss: Iron & Wine @ The Gov On Tuesday

Kate Sansome

Don’t miss Iron & Wine when he brings his dreamy folk rock to The Gov on Tuesday.

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Review: The Creases @ Fat Controller

Kate Sansome

Off the back of a huge 2017, The Creases treated fans with an incredible show at Fat Controller.

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Review: Keep Your Eyes On Local Band Stone Eyes

Natasha Martin

Adelaide has been graced with a brand new local band, going by the name of Stone Eyes.

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Ball Park Music Are Coming Down To Adelaide!

Natasha Martin

It's official, the legendary Brisbane band, Ball Park Music, have announced a stunning new tour, titled after their brand new single 'Exactly How You Are'

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Interview: Tash Sultana

Kate Sansome

From busking the streets of Melbourne to selling out venues across the globe, Tash Sultana is without a doubt one of Australia’s fastest rising stars.

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Frenzal Rhomb @ The Gov

Ottilie French

Frenzal Rhomb tore up The Gov last Friday night along with psycho-grindcore boys Totally Unicorn in a show of epic proportions.

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Review: Josh Pyke @ The Gov

Kate Sansome

We celebrated ten years of Josh Pyke at The Gov last Thursday night!

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The Bartley Hotel Is Back With A Bang, Following A Million Dollar Redevelopment

Michaela McGrath

The Bartley Hotel breathes new life into the old West Lakes local, creating the perfect backdrop to enjoy a meal from The Bartley’s stellar menu, or chill out for Friday knock-offs.

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Review: All Our Exes Live In Texas @ Jive Bar

Kate Sansome

Sydney folk songstresses All Our Exes Live In Texas brought their "When We Fall" album tour to Adelaide's Jive Bar on Friday night.

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Review: Bad//Dreems @ The Gov

Erin Gear

The boys from Bad//Dreems brought down the house on Saturday at their final show in Adelaide for their Gutful Tour.

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Slumberjack @ Fat Controller

Natasha Martin

Slumberjack gave us a taste of their tight melodic tunes and wicked drum work, when we joined them on their national 'Fracture' tour at Fats.

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Alt-J Are Hitting Up Australian Shores This December

Kate Sansome

British indie-rockers, Alt-J are set to hit up Adelaide's AEC this December in support of the upcoming album, Relaxer.

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Spiderbait @ The Gov

Ottilie French

Yes, they’re that band that have that song in 10 Things I Hate About You.

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Neon Queen @ The Crown And Sceptre

Natasha Martin

Melbourne lads Neon Queen really blessed us with a mix of extremely chill and funky songs, that you should be desperately trying to hear live next time they're in town. 

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