Wasted Wanderers

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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Camp Cope, Gang of Youths & Tkay Maidza rack up nominations for the 2016 National Live Music Awards!

October 10, 2016

The nominees for the National Live Music Awards have been announced around the country today, with 51 categories being unveiled across the board. Winners are to be announced on November 29th at events being run nationally, with both national and state-specific categories being voted on by a judging panel of industry professionals from right around Australia. […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Wasted Wanderers “In Your Fire” (2016)

June 8, 2016

Adelaide’s Wasted Wanderers recently won over more fans supporting Sam Brittain over the weekend and today, the blues rockers have backed it up with the release of new single, “In Your Fire”. Premiering today,  the trio have produced another rich track full of soul and that awesome blues/rock fusion that have been endearing them to local crowds since […]

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Live Review: Sam Brittain + Wasted Wanderers + Kelly Menhennet + B R Dalton – The Gov, Adelaide (04.06.16)

June 7, 2016

Oh boy. Wow wee. There is so much talent floating around Adelaide these days. At times during Saturday evening at The Gov, I quite honestly felt as if I was one of those blessed souls that just happened to be at The Cavern Club in 1961 when Epstein saw The Beatles for the first time. […]

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Calexico and The Strides take Day Two of WOMADELAIDE to new heights

March 14, 2016

Day 2 of WOMADELAIDE 2016 has once again delivered on the rump-shaking good times it promises. Calexico cooked up a ripping 90 minutes of fusion under the heat of Adelaide skies. Their brand of brass infused Soul and Blues had thousands of fans in a frenzy. Simultaneously, Radical Son were cooling things down under the […]

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Festival Review: WOMADelaide (Part 1) – Violent Femmes + Wasted Wanderers + The Strides – Botanic Park (11.03.16 – 12.03.16)

March 13, 2016

A festival like WOMADelaide is not for the faint hearted. I suppose no festival is, really. But WOMADelaide is different. Other music festivals take a lot out of you physically, I was prepared for that. What I wasn’t ready for, was the rollercoaster of feels you get moving from soulful dirges into rocking blues into […]

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Wasted Wanderers, Nakatomi, Cabin Cults and more announced by Music SA for local Clipsal 500 slots!

January 21, 2016

The winners of Music SA’s Bands on Track competition, run each year in conjunction with the Clipsal 500, have been announced today! 134 applications were submitted by local bands to be in with the chance of opening one of the three nights of live music Clipsal programs, this year to feature the likes of Peking […]

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Bad//Dreems, The Gov & more win SA categories of the AU Live Music Awards!

December 9, 2015

The State winners of the 2nd AU Live Music Awards are being rolled out over today and this evening, at the official event being held in Sydney at the Oxford Art Factory Gallery. This afternoon, Radio Adelaide announced the winners of the four South Australian categories including Band of the Year, Voice of the Year, […]

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Grenadiers, SKIES, Timberwolf and more revealed as SA nominees for the 2nd Annual AU Live Music Awards!

November 13, 2015

This afternoon via Radio Adelaide, the South Australian artists, events and venues up for awards in this year’s AU Live Music Awards were revealed. Coming off the back of a huge night of recognition at the South Australian Music Awards this week, we’ve been stoked to have teamed up with Radio Adelaide in bringing the […]

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