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Tkay Maidza, Grenadiers, Timberwolf and more unveiled as SA Music Award nominees!

The nominees for the 2015 SA Music Awards have today been announced, with successful Adelaide export Tkay Maidza leading the charge, nominated for seven awards across 14 categories! Music SA this morning revealed the results of what has been a months-long judging process for a panel of local industry minds, reflective of the amount of talent South Australia has produced over the past 12 months. The awards ceremony will be held on November 11th, set to be opened by SA Premier Jay Weatherill and Lord Mayor Martin Haese at The Mercury Cinema.

Live Review: Meg Mac + SKIES - Adelaide Unibar (24.09.15)

Meg Mac rolled into the Uni Bar on the wave of extreme hype after strong sales on her “Never Be” tour, including a sell-out and added show in Melbourne. Following her gospel-infused single “Never Be” released in late July this year, Meg Mac has been gaining unstoppable momentum as she looks to conquer Australia.

Live Review: Timberwolf + Stonefox + Skies - Adelaide Unibar, Adelaide (28.08.15)

Adelaide is coming up with some cool things right now... The Timberwolf show at the UniBar on Friday night was a good example of this – of the three bands on the lineup, two (including the headliner) were very talented local bands. It's a good thing to see.

Single of the Day: SKIES "Too Young" (2015)

It's been a big week for Adelaide trio SKIES. The synth-pop outfit have been named as one of the recipients of the sought after Stigwood Fellowship, they've announced their debut EP Too Young and the recently released title single has already been picking up good praise both locally and from peeps interstate. It's a refreshing sound that fits in well alongside your George Maples and your Kite String Tangles, but on "Too Young", the fusion of well crafted production and some intoxicating vocals and falsetto makes this one hard to ignore as one of the best yet from this band.

Oisima, Horror My Friend, Timberwolf and more named recipients of the 2015 Stigwood Fellowship.

A number of talented South Australian individuals, both musicians and industry members, have today been announced as recipients of the 2015 Stigwood Fellowship. Run through the SA State Government, Arts SA and the Music Development Office, the second annual fellowships have been awarded to six rising local music acts and three promising and established industry members.

New Adelaide collective 'Young Muscle' launches brand and roster of local talent!

There's a new Adelaide music collective on the scene. Launching today, Young Muscle represents the desire to provide a platform for local artists to reach a broader and wider audience. Run by Adam Cope, Oli Kirk and Ash Wilson, the artist agency has made a cool nook for some pretty talented Adelaide bands and artists to - hopefully - gain some more exposure nationally and perhaps even beyond.