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rin mcardle

Having played extensively alongside respected international and Australian artists such as Josh Pyke, Half Moon Run and Emma Louise, Rin McArdle decamped from the coastal surrounds of Sydney’s eastern suburbs to head to Montreal seek out new experiences in the Great White North.

Having recently played at Canadian Music Week in Toronto at the invitation of […]

By |November 4th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on rin mcardle

flamingo

Get to know one of the latest Robert Stigwood Fellows – FLAMINGO

Emerging as one of the cities’ most exciting new bands, Flamingo is a product of Adelaide’s diversifying musical pallet. A three-piece, who discovered the importance of balance dabbling in a concoction of ill down-tempo drum patterns, infectious melody and off-kilter electronica.

Owing their sound to […]

By |September 2nd, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on flamingo

mane

 

Mane is the stage name for Paige Renee Court, based in Adelaide, South Australia. She is an independent self managed singer/songwriter who bases her music around the alternative/folk genre with modern influence. Paige was selected as a Top 7 Australian Finalist in the 2013 Telstra Road to Discovery and has recently released her debut single […]

By |August 5th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on mane

wasted wanderers

Wasted Wanderers formed in early 2014 – from an impromptu jam on the stage at everyones favourite pub The Grace Emily at Billy Bobs BBQ Jam. Fast forward to 2016, the band have released an EP (Goddamn Anything) to a packed room at Jive, and done a few east coast shows. Performing this weekend at […]

By |March 10th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on wasted wanderers

thom lion

Thom Lion & The Tamers are one of the bands selected to play the Clipsal 500 on Sunday 6 March, and have just released a new single ‘Mess At Best’. The ear-friendly indie-pop track should capture the attention of radio stations and listeners alike, with its bouncy keys driven sound.

By |February 25th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on thom lion

grenadiers

Grenadiers had a massive year following the release of their album “Summer”, including TripleJ play, national tours, Bigsound showcases, SA Music awards and more. In conjunction with 123 Agency, the band have just announced a national tour with Horror My Friend as support, kicking off in March. To coincide with the tour, the band have […]

By |February 11th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on grenadiers

wireheads

Wireheads are an interesting band to try describe. Garage-Flute-Punk-Classic-Rock is a good place to start, and if that doesn’t entice you to have a listen; then how about the fact that their latest release “Big Issues” was recorded in Olympia, Washington over 3 days on vintage recording gear, and they have just taken out the […]

By |January 28th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on wireheads

god god dammit dammit

God God Dammit Dammit bill themselves as ’10 dudes having an OK time, could be better…’ but their latest album “Soul Dice” is being released this week and what we have heard so far, its a bit better than OK! Having been around since at least 2008, the band have managed to get all 10 […]

By |January 14th, 2016|Featured Artist|Comments Off on god god dammit dammit

nakatomi

Its seems that the band on everybodys lips in the live electro scene is Nakatomi. Taking influences from 80s dark wave pop, Twin Peaks and pizza (yes this is from their bio!), the 2 established musicians came together to try something totally different. The core group of Em Smart and Hamish Cox are joined by […]

By |December 17th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on nakatomi

the aves

Formed in 2010, The Aves have achieved more than your average indie band. Tours of UK, Canada, USA and Australia under their belts, as well as festival sets at the Big Day Out, Bigsound, NXNE and more show a group of musicians having fun making some great catchy garage-pop-rock. This month sees the release of […]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on the aves

juliette seizure and the tremor dolls

Juliette Seizure and the Tremor Dolls are fairly new to the scene, but don’t let that fool you. Between the 6 members there is a long history of bands in Adelaide, and their style of bubble punk garage power-pop is sure to grab you and keep you listening. If you like what you hear, head […]

By |November 5th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on juliette seizure and the tremor dolls

surahn

Surahn is one of Adelaide’s success stories. When you start looking at the list of acts he has worked with; The Swiss, Empire Of The Sun, Kimbra, and Usher, its easy to see why. Next up for the artist his debut solo LP ‘Into The Distance’, slated for release in early 2016. In Adelaide to […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on surahn

menagerie

Its been two years since we heard any new material from Menagerie, in the form of EP Shapes Have Passed, but thats all about to change.  The acoustic/psychedelic 5 piece are back with new track Foreign Beings, taken from the newly announced EP The Letting Go, being released on local indie label Pilot Records later […]

By |October 8th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on menagerie

brokers

Adelaide electronic 4-piece Brokers are releasing the first song “Curious Sleep” from their upcoming album Resettler. The release follows their 2013 EP Miosis which saw the band supporting the likes of Flume, Seekae, and BadBadNotGood as well as playing WomAdelaide in 2015.

Riddled with their trademark mix of electronica, jazz and effortless groove, Resettler is a […]

By |September 30th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on brokers

bad//dreems

What more is there to say about local heroes Bad//Dreems? After having taken Australia by storm, the boys are travelling around the country as part of their Dogs at Bay tour, which visits Adelaide on Friday 25 September at Fowlers Live. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a ticket, you’re out of luck… its sold out!

With […]

By |September 18th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on bad//dreems

kylie brice

We were first wowed by Kylie Brice while Music SA was judging a local songwriting competition. She won the title – and some recording time – and our instincts have proven correct.

This local Singer/Songwriter sounds like Missy Higgins meets Clare Bowditch, and she wisely used her prize to record her debut single “Journey to Myself”, […]

By |August 27th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on kylie brice

california cousin

Congrats to California Cousin, who are on the cusp of releasing their newest EP ‘Be The Revolution’ on 20 August, with an official launch at The Bridgeway Hotel.

The 4 track EP in early March at House of SAP studios in Adelaide, and the trio says it is “a war cry to starting a revolution to […]

By |August 12th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on california cousin

paige renee court

It’s always nice to see when a fantastic artist really stands out from the crowd. Paige Renee Court, a solo folk/indie singer songwriter, has been playing the local music game for the last few years, where she’s played at variety shows, acoustic nights, and alongside indie greats such as Louis Donnarumma, and Karise Eden.

It seems […]

By |July 28th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on paige renee court

kaurna cronin

 

He’s the man on everybody’s lips. You may know Kaurna Cronin from his performances as a wonderful folk-solo artist who’s got a little bit of acts such as Ryan Adams, and Neil Young in his music.

Cronin has just released his acclaimed album Glass Fool, which we’ve given a very handsome four and a half stars to […]

By |July 14th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on kaurna cronin

dialect

 

Dialect’s probably someone you’ve heard preceding another artist ‘Despair’ – both artist are part of a seemingly unstoppable hip-hop duo who turns heads wherever they perform. For now, though, Dialect’s in the spotlight for a very special reason. The rapper’s debut album Rugged Uncut Project has just been released on vinyl, with a special edition blue-coloured […]

By |June 30th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on dialect

koral chandler

Photo: Ben McGee
To say we were waiting for Koral Chandler’s debut LP with great anticipation would be an understatement… Having recorded at top SA studio Mixmasters, with many a new band member in tow, the result is “Nocturnes”, a “grown up rock (release) that’s raw, honest and a little screwed up.” Amen to that.

Finally out […]

By |June 16th, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on koral chandler

nakatomi

Music SA welcomes electronic pop act Nakatomi to its South Australian Artist Directory.

Comprised of local music veterans Emily Smart and Hamish Cox, the duo has been holed up for 12 months writing and creating their new sound, which has been quickly embraced by Triple J Unearthed.

Influences include Depeche Mode, The Kinfe, New Order, Bertie Blackman, […]

By |June 2nd, 2015|Featured Artist|Comments Off on nakatomi