Join Bank Street Social from the comfort of your own home with a drink or two for a live-stream event with your host Troy J Been and local Bank Street DJ residents: Steven King Tom Cotter Lewis J Hennessey Marksee Tune in @Bank Street Social for tunes and interviews from 9PM.
Girls Rock! is a non-for-profit initiative that aims to support ambitious young female and gender diverse people in an immersive, inclusive musical space.
St Jerome's Laneway Festival reaches out to communities affected by bushfires by committing proceeds of their official afterparties as donations.
Dads Warehouse is making its debut in Adelaide with a new festival, The Exhibition, showcasing a variety of Adelaide's best hip-hop artists.
Glam Adelaide interviewer, Jonathan Matthews, recently had the chance to catch up with South Aussie band McKenzie to chat about their brand new single, the bands upcoming plans, and the awesome spot they have landed on Rock The Boat which is taking place in October and features over 40 bands.
Adelaide ex-pat and 'genre agnostic' DJ and all-round music maker Owen Howells has previewed a new track titled 'Common People' through BeatPort, off his latest EP The Seen, released last week.
Local music blog play/pause/play will be hosting a series of events in Adelaide, showcasing some of the best local music our city has to offer.
After the much-anticipated release of local MC M-Phaze's latest album Phazed Out comes the first exclusive video from the 12-track masterpiece. The video is spawned from the track titled What's It All About featuring seven-piece New York outfit, Brown Bag AllStars. The track displays M-Phazes flawless beats with a bass line that sits in the […]
Adelaide rap group The Funkoars are back with another pessimistic party anthem and third single ‘Vamoose’ from their latest and most successful album, The Quickening.
Following on from the release of his album Phazed Out, local hiphop wizard M-Phazes has released a 'beat tutorial' of his latest single 'Another Classic'.
Melbourne-based DJ Flagrant is a synonymous entity within Australia’s music scene. Candidly nicknamed ‘The Business Man’, Flagrant built his reputation over his decade of experience in the many components of the industry. Always at the forefront of DJ technology, Flagrant has been one of the first DJ's in Australia to embrace video turntablism.
Progressive and psychadelic rock band Proximity Butterfly will be bringing their cutting-edge rock and psychedelia to Adelaide, playing local hotspot Rocket Bar this Saturday, January 14, with special guests These Wild Animals, Irie Knights and The Monster Society of Evil.