Posts tagged "adelaide"
COBRA READY TO GIVE A TASTE OF THEIR SICK SOUND

COBRA READY TO GIVE A TASTE OF THEIR SICK SOUND

The guys from Cobra have a busy time ahead of them, taking off to Asia for a tour and getting themselves ready for Vision Festival. The local progressive band—consisting of Yanni Apostolidis (guitar), Jonty Czuchwicki (drums) and Kyle Clarke (bass)—specialise in the unconventional, and are known for their crazy live shows. With Vision Festival drawing...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: ENTER SHIKARI AT THE GOV

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: ENTER SHIKARI AT THE GOV

A quiet gig and beverage at The Gov was not an option if you were seeing Enter Shikari last night. Supported by Sydney lads, Stories and Buckinghamshire group, Hacktivist, the satisfying theme for the night was a set list of distinctive songs with contrasting musical elements that made each one unique. The guys from Stories...
THREE WISE MONKEYS SET TO BESTOW MUSICAL WISDOM UPON ADELAIDE

THREE WISE MONKEYS SET TO BESTOW MUSICAL WISDOM UPON ADELAIDE

Adelaide’s Vision Festival is happening in October and you’ll be certain to find these guys giving their instruments a workout. Hailing from Sydney, Brad, Alex and Brendon formed Three Wise Monkeys five years ago and have been jamming and playing around with wonderfully interesting and complex melodies ever since. TEO caught up with Brad (guitarist)...
ADELAIDE'S VISION FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR THIRD OUTING IN SPRING 2016

ADELAIDE’S VISION FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR THIRD OUTING IN SPRING 2016

Cobra Presents, Yewth, ARMI and TEO Magazine Present Vision Festival! Vision Festival is set to return to Adelaide from the 21st of October to the 23rd of October. The main event will take place at Jive on Saturday October 22nd with a prog themed lineup. The event will mirror Vision’s debut in 2015, with a larger...
NUTRITION REPUBLIC LAUNCH PANA CHOCOLATE IN ADELAIDE

NUTRITION REPUBLIC LAUNCH PANA CHOCOLATE IN ADELAIDE

The most delicious and perfect collaboration to date, Nutrition Republic welcomed Pana Chocolate to Adelaide last night. The launch was full of raw pleasures including healthy cakes and soul warming coconut hot chocolates. Each Pana Chocolate dessert is handcrafted into an exquisite piece of art that’s almost too good to eat—almost. It was nearly impossible...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: AS A RIVAL AT THE ED CASTLE

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: AS A RIVAL AT THE ED CASTLE

For a pub that opened in 1837, The Ed Castle (The Edinburgh Castle Hotel) is still rocking it. A top-notch beer garden, chill vibes and stellar live music is what keeps the regulars heading back again and again. Not to mention their eggplant schnitzel—that one’s a winner. On Saturday night, four bands took to the...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: BURNING TONGUE, MAD CACTUS, JAPAM AND THE VIOLET CRAMS AT THE EDINBURGH CASTLE.

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: BURNING TONGUE, MAD CACTUS, JAPAM AND THE VIOLET CRAMS AT THE EDINBURGH CASTLE.

The best thing about seeing Adelaide bands live is the friendly and fun vibe. Four bands—Burning Tongue, Mad Cactus, Japam and the Violet Crams—put on an intimate show at the Edinburgh Castle Hotel last night, proving all you need to have a good time is a great crowd, a drink and some good, live music....
ADELAIDE BAND RADIX WIN KEEP IT REAL’ LIVE ARTIST BAND COMPETITION

ADELAIDE BAND RADIX WIN KEEP IT REAL’ LIVE ARTIST BAND COMPETITION

Friday the 12th of August was a big night for six unsigned Adelaide bands. With a great vibe in the air and a crowd that spilled onto the street, the bands were hitting the stage to battle it out for some hard-to-come-by studio time with Keep It Real’ Recording Studio. In order to get local...
SALA FESTIVAL 2016: MUSE BY MANDY NASH

SALA FESTIVAL 2016: MUSE BY MANDY NASH

Adelaide’s resident make up artist Mandy Nash—of Mandy’s Makeup—will host her very own SALA exhibition, ‘Muse’, this week. The exhibition will showcase a collection of photographic prints of her creative works as well as a live installation piece with three of her muse models—we’re pretty damn excited. Mandy’s known for her more creative and colourful...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: DETOUR 2016

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: DETOUR 2016

So, Detour 2016 happened and, yes, it was everything we were hoping for. Orchestrated by Daniel Bills, Detour is in its third year and gaining momentum fast. Held in the Estonian Concert Hall in North Adelaide, it was a night full of good music and good people. First to hit the stage was Japam and...
COMING OUT OF HIBERNATION WITH ADELAIDE’S LOST WOODS

COMING OUT OF HIBERNATION WITH ADELAIDE’S LOST WOODS

The Adelaide five-piece formed a few years ago when lead singer, Peter White met their guitarist at a party. What could have been a throwaway comment about starting a band, turned into Lost Woods. All members, except Peter, studied jazz at the Adelaide Conservatorium. This has allowed for a beautiful intricacy within their music. Their...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: SAVE THE CLOCK TOWER AT ENIGMA

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: SAVE THE CLOCK TOWER AT ENIGMA

Appropriately dubbed a ‘Winter Mixer’, last Saturday night welcomed seven bands to two stages at Adelaide’s Enigma bar – now, that’s like a festival lineup (except doors opened at 8.00pm and everyone kept their shirts on.) The lads with the six band support were Tasmanian alt metal band, Save The Clock Tower. They’ve been traipsing...