It’s been pretty quiet here. Perhaps you should go check out the website of Ancient Design, a new band featuring some foxes you may recognise…
We can now announce that we will be joining Kitchen Witch on Friday 10th June 2016 during their June residency at The Grace Emily Hotel. Mark Curtis will also be present to warm the night up with some acoustic tunes. As usual you can expect the Grace to be providing a great cosy atmosphere and tasty beers, and you can trust us to take care of all your funk-n-rock desires…
Although you surely don’t need any further reasons to come along, there will not only be free entry, but Kitchen Witch will be launching their new EP, Back to the Mud. We have been lucky enough to hear a preview of this release, so we can say with quiet confidence that you will be wanting to buy one!
FB event link is here.
Have you looked at our Music page lately? Maybe you should.
So… have you clicked any of the links yet? No? Fine. Here are some newish promo tracks. Don’t say we don’t do anything for you!
Congratulations to The Midnight Fold for their EP Accidentally on Purpose which they launched on Saturday 19th February 2016. We were honoured to be there on the night to help with the celebrations! Great also to be playing alongside Little Prince and the enormous sound of The Volume.
Some pics below…
Friday’s Fox are thrilled to be helping The Midnight Fold launch their new EP This Is The Sound on Saturday 19th March 2016 at the Crown and Sceptre Hotel. Also in attendance will be Little Prince and The Volume.
Facebook event is here if that’s your thing.
Seriously, some nights there are just too many great local acts on in Adelaide… we had moderate success at seeing everything, with photos below.
We are very happy to invite you all to our second show for 2016! We will be joining Local Revolution and The Skeleton Club at the Crown and Sceptre Hotel on Friday 12th February 2016. This is the opening night of the Fringe Festival so is sure to be a huge night.
We are super proud to be playing with these great local acts. Flavours of funk, soul, reggae, roots, folk and blues should all be represented. You can hear some tracks from Local Revolution and The Skeleton Club on ReverbNation and BandCamp, respectively.
Facebook event link here.
Update: Set times are 9pm The Skeleton Club, 10pm Friday’s Fox, 11pm Local Revolution
Congratulations to all the local talent that featured in ThreeD Radio’s 100+1 countdown on Australia Day! A special shout out to our friends in Appomattox Run, The Aves, Glass Skies, The Sloe Ruin, The Dunes, Juliette Seizure and the Tremor Dolls and of course Kitchen Witch, The Villenettes and Babes Are Wolves who all made it into the top 5.
You’d all better lift your game though, we’ll be giving you some competition next year!