Brisbane prog-rockers Dead Letter Circus were in Adelaide on their April national tour, touring new material alongside Breaking Orbit, who are also currently gaining high praise for their debut album, The Time Traveller.
O’Week at any university is the same, I imagine; if you’re a first year, you’ve got a few days to wander your new campus, load up on all the freebies because, God knows you’ve blown all your money on textbooks you won’t end up using and in most cases, venture to your uni’s bar for the first time. If you’re a well-learned uni student, O’Week generally spells out drunkenness, as you take full advantage of the O’Week BBQs and outdoor bars, free showbags and have a laugh from your usual seats in said Uni bar as you watch the starry-eyed freshers be put through their paces. All in all, it’s a good time. Adelaide Uni in particular, has been known for its raucous O’Week frivolities and their end of week concerts, which have in past years, played host to some of the country’s best touring bands.
Mother Nature was particularly kind last Sunday as the weather was perfectly warm with the lightest of cool breezes. With a chilled out, relaxed vibe at The Unibar it seemed everything was cosmically aligned for tonight’s Husky gig. Pity that the crowd was appallingly lazy and showed a serious disregard to gig etiquette, but I’ll get to that.
Kerrie Geier from the AU review was there to catch every moment of Dappled Cities in photographic wonder.
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I go to Adelaide Uni, therefore it’s only natural that I spend a good deal of my time in the Unibar. So when I rocked up on a Wednesday night to find it completely packed out with people, I was more than slightly surprised. Tonight we all gathered for Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus, who are currently on their way around the country on their No Fracking Way Tour.
Mere Theory showcase their second album "Walking in Storms" at the Adelaide UniBar with support from Grenadiers, Paper Arms and Secrets in Scale.