Daniel Sloss berates you for your choice of breakfast beverages (among other things), and makes you enjoy it.
Cue the screaming...
Megadrag is a showcase of South Australian drag artists strutting their stuff alongside national and international talents, from beautiful to bizarre and sexy to sleazy.
Horse is a vocal sensation that likens herself to a modern day torch song singer and this is a fairly accurate self-evaluation, performing for one night only.
A new singer, a brand new album and a rocking live show; Hand of Mercy are about to bring all of this to Adelaide. The Sydney hard-core band will play an all ages gig at Fowler’s Live next month and prove they are better than ever with their new line up. Dawson Michaels, bassist from the five-piece band said the band is looking forward to playing in our fair state on November 15.
Still creating chaos after more than 30 years despite some lineup changes and a few dramas along the way, American punk icons The Dead Kennedys have returned to Australia to create havoc once again. Original members D.H Peligro, East Bay Ray, Klaus Flouride , and Ron "Skip" Greer on vocals are every bit as hard as they were in their formative years with Jello Biafra leading the charge.
Ahead of their Bedtime For Democracy Australian tour which kicks off at the end of the month, punk legends Dead Kennedys have just announced the full line up of local supports that will join The Bennies as supports for each capital city show. At the special all-ages show in Adelaide up and coming indie rockers Young Offenders will join The Bennies in warming up the crowd ahead of Dead Kennedys’ triumphant return to Australian shores
Canberra band Hands Like Houses hit Fowler’s Live tonight for an all ages gig that will raise the roof. The post-hardcore band from our nation’s capital are currently touring their new album Unimagine and have just released an ‘alternative’ EP: Reimagine.
Canberra rockers, HANDS LIKE HOUSES show absolutely no sign of slowing down, having recently come off a string of Australian club shows last month, the sextet are announcing anational headline tour this September and October – their 4th headline tour globally this year!
Case’s 2009 album Middle Cyclone was the best-reviewed and fastest-selling of her career to date. It debuted at #3 on US Billboard Top 200 and earned two Grammy nominations.
Presented by the Feast Festival Reviewed 21 November 2013 Three former twinks, Nath Valvo, Brendan Maclean and Thomas Jaspers, take to the stage, each with their unique comedy styles to present a loosely scripted show that centres on one thing they have in common: they are now called twunks. The ensemble of cast members leads […]
The annual Feast Comedy Debate centred on two teams of comedians who debate either for or against the chosen topic. This year's topic was "Same Sex Marriage – Why Bother?"
Praying For Sunshine is the third brilliant single, lifted from Children Collide's album Monument. Alongside the single is another clever video clip from the band, and several extra tour dates added to satisfy demand.
Van She are excited to announce their first string of tour dates in support of their forthcoming sophomore album Idea Of Happiness.
One of the most prolific and influential songwriters of his generation, Lou Barlow returns to Australia in solo mode this April.
Yelawolf, the edgy Southern rap talent signed by Eminem to his Shady Records imprint, will be touring Australia this March, fresh off the release of his debut album Radioactive.
As a member of Brisbane group Vegas Aces, Cam Bluff is no beginner when it comes to making club bangers. Having already produced for Australian artists such as Spit Syndicate, The Tongue and The Optimen, his newest creation is his official remix of 360's hit single 'Boys Like You'. Fresh from his Australian tour, including a dynamic show at Adelaide's own Fowlers Live, the Australian hip-hop star is ready to take his fresh sound into a new direction.
Sydney-based hardcore/metal group Northlane has everything that makes heavy music powerful - the raw energy of hardcore, the technical proficiency of metal and the attention to detail in their songwriting. While the metal/hardcore crossover has been present in the scene since the mid eighties, in 2011 it's rare to find such a refreshing take on the mix.
Eskimo Joe kick off their National tour this Friday at Fowlers Live with a rare and intimate semi-acoustic show.
SA's finest home brewed musicians hand-picked to perform at Cooper's Alive 2010.