Posts tagged "Fowler’s Live"
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] DREAM ON, DREAMER AT FOWLER’S LIVE

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] DREAM ON, DREAMER AT FOWLER’S LIVE

Fowler’s Live was filled with epic music on Friday 15th courtesy of: Days of Deceit, Valhalla, Ocean Sleeper and headliners, Dream On, Dreamer. Oh man, was it a treat! Dream On, Dreamer are fresh out of the studio with their fourth record It Comes and Goes and they’ve been taking a whole bunch of bands...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] ANVIL AT FOWLER’S LIVE

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] ANVIL AT FOWLER’S LIVE

There is nothing that Lips from Anvil doesn’t love about metal. And even if it’s a Sunday night in sleepy Adelaide, he’s going to make sure you love it too. The night wasn’t just about Anvil’s ‘Badass Rock N Roll’ though. We had local boys Shadow Realm open with an electric performance. The vocals of...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] CALIGULA’S HORSE AT FOWLER’S LIVE

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] CALIGULA’S HORSE AT FOWLER’S LIVE

It’s Friday night, it’s early spring, and it’s AFL Grand Final eve. Where better to spend the night than watching three of Australia’s talented up and coming bands playing at Fowler’s, with Caligula’s Horse the headlining act? Caligula’s Horse has come a long way since they formed six years ago in Brisbane. This is their...
[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] TROPHY EYES AT FOWLERS LIVE

[LIVE MUSIC REVIEW] TROPHY EYES AT FOWLERS LIVE

After seven months overseas, it’s a hell of a welcome home when all your Australian tour dates sell out. Although, it’s no wonder Trophy Eyes tickets were so highly sought after; they’re electric live and their music is incredibly relatable. In a venue like Fowlers, supported by Rumours, Grenadiers and The Hard Aches, the ceiling...
LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: PERIPHERY AT FOWLER'S LIVE

LIVE MUSIC REVIEW: PERIPHERY AT FOWLER’S LIVE

Last night, the iconic Adelaide Venue, Fowler’s Live accommodated Washington, DC’s metal juggernauts, Periphery, with their proud Australian support acts, Circles and Polaris. The sticky Adelaide weather didn’t deter diehard fans as they filled the floor space, ready for a night of metal. Melbourne boys, Circles opened the night with a smooth blend of gutsy...