The music industry can be harsh and ruthless at times, but Bianca Nilsson—owner of Adelaide-based independent record label Renegade Records—shows it’s possible to hold on to your values and still be successful. Continue reading It’s nice to be important, but it’s important to be nice
There’s something about solitude that gets the artistic juices pumping as quarantine ushers in a new wave of creative spirit. Continue reading Inside creative minds during the solitude of self-isolation
Today is a special edition of Ausmusic T-Shirt Day to support struggling artists during the COVID-19 crisis. On The Record’s biggest Australian music enthusiasts are letting you into their wardrobes to see what they’ll be wearing. Continue reading Who are we wearing to celebrate Ausmusic T-Shirt Day?
The COVID-19 pandemic can be especially unsettling for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions. Every day that you practice social distancing during the pandemic you’re helping someone else, especially those who are at a heightened risk of contracting the virus. Continue reading COVID-19: The current situation for vulnerable populations
The effect COVID-19 has had on the Australian music industry is drastic. So how can we help in this time of need? Continue reading Australian music industry reports $330 million loss due to COVID-19
After bursting onto the scene in 2015, local electro-pop duo Theeves has been on a steady upward trajectory, taking the Adelaide music scene by storm with hits such as Erase You and Y.S.Y.N.T. Continue reading Local EDM act Theeves nominated for the People’s Choice Electronic Artist of the Year
The festival state is living up to its name this season, offering up an array of festivals around South Australia (SA) this spring. Continue reading Top ten springtime festivities in Adelaide: Live music, fried chicken, lederhosen, drag queens and more
Many say this generation of young adults are reverting to the ’60s and ’70s in their choice of music, but are we heading back in time with how we party on a Saturday night? Continue reading Is live music in Adelaide dying out?
A sticky concoction of Red Bull and water splatters onto my already cider-stained, denim jacket as I plunge my wrinkled, prune-like hands into a large tub of ice. Continue reading Why you should stop being a punter and start getting paid to attend festivals instead
We need the artists, they do not need the machinery of the music industry. Continue reading You need me, man, I don’t need you