Returning to Adelaide after several years, the darlings of Portland, Oregon weren’t letting anything get in the way of having a good time before an adoring audience who were there to show some love
In a Breath is the four-man band's latest album, following their older sounds on Symmetry (2011) and Come with Me Tonight (2008).
Three new acts have been added to the line up for the first Unsound Adelaide, which is exclusively presented by Adelaide Festival over three nights at Queen’s Theatre.
Already announced as part of Harvest Festival, Handsome Tours have revealed additional Australian tour dates for alternative group Beirut this November. This tour will make the band's third visit to Australia.
Kooky piano songstress Regina Spektor will be performing in Adelaide this December, following her annoucement of a tour in Australia and New Zealand. Last performing in Adelaide in 2010, Spektor wowed fans and critics with her unusual vocal stylings and impressive piano playing skills.
Since forming in late 2010, alternative rock outfit Cold Hiker have hit the ground running. Their unique, hard-hitting sound has already seen the four-piece support the likes of British India, Custom Kings and Stonefield on tour. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Jeff Buckley, The Black Keys and Parades, their sound is a mix of powerful vocals, distinct chord progressions and intricate bass arrangements.
Adelaide’s Body Mind & Psychic Expo is Australia’s biggest and best alternative weekend, with over 300 stallholders featuring an array of both international and Australian new age talent.