Wanderers

Track of the Day: Wanderers “What I Do” (2018)

November 19, 2018

The new single “What I Do” from Adelaide duo Wanderers is the perfect track to ring in summer. Dusty Lee Stephensen and Matt Birkin outshine themselves on this upbeat jam, which started life as merely a looped groove to practice bass to. Now, fleshed out and with a good dose of Motown influence, it adds a fresh […]

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Photo Gallery: Mullum Music Festival 2018 Opening Gala – Mullumbimby (15.11.18)

November 16, 2018

The 2018 Mullum Music Festival got off to a flier last night with the sold out Gala Opening. MC’d by the incorrigible Mandy Nolan, it included samples of many of the fine acts set to play the festival this coming weekend. Including searing performances from William Crighton, Gideon Preiss and Husky Gawenda; not to mention Lior, Hat Fitz and Cara, Wanderers, […]

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Four local SA legends you can catch at the Blenheim Music & Camping Festival!

March 15, 2018

Over this Easter long weekend, the annual Blenheim Music and Camping Festival returns to South Australia’s Clare Valley – what can you expect? Two days and nights of great music, tasty wines and some of the best food from the region (and city, of course). With all festival proceeds going to charity, heading to a music […]

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Wanderers keep the fires burning on their Summer tour; on the road into March

January 29, 2018

Adelaide local heroes Wanderers have announced a massive tour hitting cities around the country. The trio have made a name for themselves as one of the best emerging soul and roots artists in the country. They’ve cemented themselves as one of the best in the Adelaide roots scene, playing sets at WOMADelaide and touring extensively […]

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The Blenheim Music & Camping Festival returns to the Clare Valley this March!

January 22, 2018

If you’re familiar with South Australia’s wine country, you’ll know that the Clare Valley has long been a popular site for wine lovers and now music fans alike. For the organisers behind the annual Blenheim Music & Camping Festival, keeping the vibes easy going, entertaining and inclusive has been at the forefront of their programming […]

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A.B. Original fuel the ARIA win bonfire with a massive night at the SA Music Awards

November 10, 2017

2017 is A.B. Original‘s year. What started as an EP’s worth collection of material written over a span of a few days by Trials and Briggs, soon turned into one of the country’s most important albums and definitely, one of the most acclaimed this year. At the South Australian Music Awards in Adelaide overnight, the group continued their […]

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A.B. Original leads nominations for 2017 South Australian Music Awards

October 4, 2017

Celebrating their third awards event in November, the 2017 South Australian Music Awards have today unveiled their nominees, with A.B. Original leading the pack with a massive six noms to their name. On their heels, Tkay Maidza has four nominations while emerging SA talent DyspOra, Lonelyspeck and Bec Stevens have made their mark on the list this year. The event itself has […]

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Adelaide Fringe Review: Wanderers Present Crosby Stills And Nash & Little River Band – Jive (03.03.17)

March 6, 2017

I almost didn’t want to write this review. Something about the idea of trying to sum this performance up with words repulsed me. It seemed pretentious, inauthentic and completely at odds with what I experienced on Friday night at an unassuming little bar named Jive in Adelaide. Wanderers, formerly known as the Wasted Wanderers, are […]

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Strand of Oaks, Jen Cloher, Ruby Boots & more for the 2017 Silver Raven Festival

December 22, 2016

Following on from a successful 2016 event, the Barossa Valley’s Turkey Flat Vineyards will be hosting the Silver Raven Festival for another year next April. The Americana heavy line up will be headlined by Philly’s Strand of Oaks, while Nashville’s Jonny Fritz and San Francisco’s Sonny & The Sunsets bring some of that heated American flavour through to South Australia. […]

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