Synth-pop quartet Only Objects have just dropped their first double release.
Winterfest is back at Rocket Bar for 2017 with all the treats you know and love.
Burnside Mums have just released two new tracks via Swirl Records, 'Drive Out Of Town' and 'The World Around Us'.
After two solid years of writing, recording and touring, Australian electronic producer Kilter has unveiled his debut album Through The Distortion
Dustin Tebbutt and Lisa Mitchell have embarked on a national tour, sharing the same band and performing their own originals together, with a carefully curated hour-and-a-half set.
One of Adelaide's finest DJ/producers, Faint One, has just released his debut album.
Allume releases new track 'PSA' for Healthy Tapes' Vol. I charity compilation out June 30.
Slowcoaching has just released a new dream-pop track 'Pillars Of Salt'.
Yewth is excited to exclusively premiere the latest single from Superdose Gangway.
Yewth went along to snap the riffage of DZ Deathrays, She's The Band and Pemberton at Fat Controller, presented by Punk Ass Kids.
Photos from Music SA's Umbrella Winter City Sounds program launch at the Ed Castle.
Daily Holla has just dropped a remix of 'Mindless', one of the new tracks off local artist Hunt's EP Nostalgia.
Today Yours & Owls Festival dropped the lineup for their Under 18's Festival, and it's shaping up to be one huge party at Waves on Saturday, September 30.
Adelaide electronic duo Kimonono have just released 'Dream Dungeon'. We sat down to have a chat ahead of the launch this Friday at The Metro.
With a whopping 300+ events registered in the two week period in the middle of winter, you can tell anyone that says Adelaide has nothing happening outside of Mad March exactly where to go.
Nominations for the 11th AIR Independent Music Awards are in...
On Saturday night we launched our new office with some special guests...
Local indie-folk darling, Alana Jagt's debut solo single 'Lullaby #2' is a dreamy tune, featuring layers of cello, slide guitar and enchanting vocals.
Yewth is proud to present an exclusive premiere of electronic, soul-pop artist Hunt's third EP Nostalgia for your streaming pleasure.
Jordan Tito reviews A Day Of Clarity 2017 at the Crown & Anchor.
A Day Of Clarity showcased everything that’s great about Adelaide. Congratulations and a huge thank you to Footy and Laura for their tireless efforts putting together such a special fest.
Our friends in Woollongong, Strawberry Visions, threw a pretty mind-blowingly spectacular party.
Wollongong/Sydney garage surf rockers Sun Sap have just dropped a new 360° music video for their track ‘Love Is Gone’.
Now into their third album, and having amassed a sizable back catalogue of certified indie-pop hits, San Cisco are more than familiar with how to entice a audience, to leave them wanting more, and to bask in every blissful smile that salutes them with every chord.
We had a chat with Anthony Costanzo from the Hub-tones about Adelaide's young jazz scene and why you need to get around it.
Returning home to Australia after a long stint in the U.S., Boo Seeka brought their ‘Does This Last’ tour to Fat Controller on Friday night and did not disappoint.
Bleeding Knees Club brought their lo-fi, garage-y rock back to Rocket Bar for a second attempt at tearing down the lighting rig. A chaotic, high-energy set ensued.
DyspOra has just unleashed The REBELUTION, listen now.
You would have to try real hard to not have fun at a Wanderers gig; their music evokes an uncontrollable bop, a nod, a stomp, with their easily palatable blend of blues, folk and pop. A tried and tested combination of genres, what sets Wanderers at the head of the pack is their skillful and consistently sound songwriting.
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