Beautiful faces, fresh print and good times at Yewth's Issue 10 launch party at Yewth headquarters.
Local fuzz-indie gang Mercs release 'Isolator', a debut studio single set to soundtrack your high school graduation.
Trap house jazz multi-instrumentalist Masego dropped past Rocket Bar in Adelaide.
Fat Controller is giving one lucky punter a year worth of free tickets! Plus, full line up for their second birthday announced.
WOMADelaide just added 54 new acts to its 2018 lineup, including Thundercat, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Gogol Bordello, Remi, Sampa, Baker Boy and many more.
Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide, Bingara returned to it's spiritual home in Brownhill Creek.
It's been a hell of a year for SA music. Catch all the photos and winners from the 2017 South Australian music awards at Thebarton Theatre via Yewth.
Local psych rockers, Druid Fluids, are back with their new single 'Dr. Miller' - a high-energy two and a half minute prog/psych rock banger
Yewth & Clique Mag present the official South Australian Music Awards at Fat Controller, featuring West Thebarton, Heaps Good Friends, The Montreals & Paradise Club.
Porchland festival have just added three more artists to its already incredibly tasty line-up. Find out more via Yewth.
Adelaide electronic duo Kuji Koo have just released 'Fortitude' feat. Ollie English. Listen exclusively via Yewth.
Endless Heights threw a Halloween show at The Ed Castle with Horror My Friend, Sleep Talk, Glass and Paradise Club. Check out all the photos now.
Five-piece Brisbane band The Belligerents took to Jive for the launch of the their new album Science Fiction, supported by Druid Fluid and Bermuda Bay, here's what went down.
'Pick One' is the second single from Chiara La Woo's debut EP. It's an emotionally charged track that layers angst-filled vocals with soaring choruses and frantic riffs - without losing their dreamy psych-rock charm.
New local producers Waxx Off and Rosetwins team up to drop 'Polarity', the summer anthem you need right now.
Armed with a couple of 35mm cameras, and a belly full of hot donuts, we got lost in a seemingly never-ending show bag pavilion of hell.
Snaps from Oh Yes Festival 2017 at Wayville Showgrounds.
Cut Copy, probably the best Australian dance act of the past 15 years, releases their fifth album Haiku From Zero.
Yewth has a chat with Winston Surfshirt about their upcoming album and national tour, and man it is tasty.
Sound designer and producer Tim Whitt is recording the streets of Adelaide for his new album.
Local post-punk four-piece, Paradise Club burst onto the scene with their debut single 'Cap 2' only a few weeks ago. They're already back with their dreamy follow-up single, 'Saturday Night' - a soothing, composition of purposeful guitar tones and gentle synth and a hypnotic video to match.
OzAsia stands out from other Adelaide festivals for its fierce eclecticism, impressive line-up of genre-busting and culturally diverse acts.
Photos from Australia's annual music festival and industry conference: BIGSOUND.
Some important lessons learnt at this year's BIGSOUND, Australia's annual music festival and industry conference.
This multi-faceted training will help prepare young writers and creatives for the demands of the evolving media landscape.
On Saturday night Motez brought The Future Tour home to Adelaide, joined in the warehouse by Mickey Kojak and Tigerilla. It was something truly special.
Red Bull Music Academy dropped in to Adelaide as a part of series of events in the leadup to RBMA weekender in Sydney
Adelaide act Lonelyspeck picks a diverse selection of music to check out at this year's BIGSOUND festival in Fortitude Valley.
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