Words by Giselle Bueti
PUNK ASS KIDS
With a combination of Hardcore, Punk and Rock n Roll, this week’s edition of PUNK ASS KIDS will have your mind blowing!
The Rock n Roll fun kicks on from 11pm till close with the Young Offenders DJ’s.
Doors open 9pm at Rocket Bar, Feb 4th
Entry: $5 if on a promoter’s guest list.
Making a live debut, Honor Davey will be filling The Exeter Hotel with sweet, sweet original South Australian music.
With indie/rock vibes, founding member Heath Trebilcock uses layers of instruments to create a rich, flavoursome sound. If you’re a fan of the Gorillaz, Gnarls Barkley or Blur then you’ll love Honor Davey.
The Exter Hotel, 8.30pm, Feb 5th
SLOE RUIN - EP LAUNCH
Country sensation The Sloe Ruin are set to show Adelaide country music ain’t so bad with the release of their debut self-titled EP.
The Adelaide based band offer a delectable serving of country goodness, with the six core member’s delivering a combination of delightful sounds that’ll make you want to dance and drink beer.
The Sloe Ruin will be launching their EP this Friday at the Wheatsheaf Hotel, joined by folk pop band Cosmo Thundercat. You can expect a roots blend of old country soul and new country swag.
Wheatsheaf Hotel, 9pm, Feb 6th
Tickets: $15 at the door.
. THE TIMBERS - ALONE/TOGETHER
Catch Adelaide folk and roots band The Timbers give a live acoustic performance at The Jade Monkey this Friday. They’ll be stringing together an awesome set of tunes with a sneak peak at some new tracks.
And if that’s not enough, they’re going to be supported by themselves! You heard correctly, band members Simon Basey, Ben Roberts and Joe Man Murphy will also be showcasing their solo material.
It’s sure to be a special night filled with great music!
The Jade Monkey, 9pm, Feb 6th
. COLLARBONES - 'RETURN' ALBUM LAUNCH
Collarbones’ Travis Cook and Marcus Whale deliver an electronic/dance/pop vibe that will undoubtedly get you swaying.
With Cook residing in Adelaide and Whale in Sydney, the duo haven’t let distance stop them from producing three full-length albums. Since then they have performed collaboratively with Synergy Percussion and released the mixtape Atlantis 2014 featuring the single ‘Burnout.’
Their third album, Return, consists of 9 songs documenting the ‘erratic mood swings’ which come after a break up. It explores love and reality, and delivers a compelling sound that shows the collaborators trying to find their own path.
The duo will be launching their newest album in Adelaide this Saturday at Pirie & Co. Social Club. If you like smooth dance music you won’t want to miss this! Plus get there early to catch recent Hot Six-er Strict Face, and Sparkspitter in all their glory.
Pirie Social Club, 9pm, Feb 7th
Tickets: $12 HERE
. FRESH KILLS
Can’t see the Fresh Kills at PUNK ASS KIDS? That’s okay see them at the Cranker this Saturday!
The Crown and Anchor, 9pm, Feb 7th.