Melbourne-based rock trio Empra are once again heading our way but on this occasion will be crossing the border armed with their stompin’ new single, Rebecca. We spoke to guitarist and vocalist Sanny (pictured far left) about Empra – a anagram of an ancient Sanskrit term for ‘universal love’ – who says he formed the…Details
Norwood Concert Hall, a heritage listed building that boasts outstanding Edwardian architecture, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this month by staging a series of concerts that will appeal to a wide variety of audiences. Celebrations have already kicked off in fine style with Crump Cake Orchestra staging an old-style jazz dance event last weekend and…Details
Here are the 21 most played songs on Three D Radio for the week ending Friday, August 21th, 2015.
Holy Holy, essentially the duo of Brisbane-based singer songwriter Timothy Carroll and Melbourne-based guitarist Oscar Dawson, once of Dukes Of Windsor, are set to return to Jive to launch their much-awaited debut, When The Storms Would Come. When BSide Magazine last spoke to Holy Holy it was to Timothy Caroll about their tour last November…Details
If you were wondering who’s touring Adelaide then look no further. All information correct as of Monday August 17th, 2015 New additions include: Avaberée, The Infernos, Ben Ottewell, Margaret Roadknight, The Amity Affliction, Pretty City, Vicious Circle, Loon Lake, Hey Lady!, Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission, Pete Murray, The Stu Thomas Paradox, Strange Talk…Details
Inspired by the red light of a certain type of business down the road, West Thebarton Brothel Party are a band on the rise as they officially launch their debut EP at shows in Melbourne, Sydney and, most importantly, in hometown Adelaide at Jive. Josh Healey from the band talks about releasing the EP on…Details
Melbourne-based alternative country exponents Jed Rowe and Alison Ferrier have both just released new albums and have elected to tour together to promote them. As both new releases – Jed’s The Last Day Of Winter and Ali’s Be Here Now – were both produced by Jeff Lang and virtually use the same musicians (Cat Canteri,…Details
Singer songwriters Jack Carty and Jordan Millar have teamed up for a national tour that will bring the indie folksters to Adelaide next week. The pair recorded an album together in Canberra which has since become the focal point of their tour. “That’s a live album we recorded together about two years ago now,” Jack…Details
The next edition of Adelaide Music Collective Sessions will feature performances by Mick Pealing and Mal Eastick of Stars, The Others, Lazy Eye and Tom West. The fast-selling event, to be hosted by radio announcer John Pemberton, will also have Stars and The Others inducted into the South Australian Music Hall Of Fame. BSide Magazine…Details
Here are the 21 most played songs on Three D Radio for the week ending Friday, August 14th, 2015.