Crown & Sceptre

Crown & Sceptre

Crown & Sceptre

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308 King William Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Australia
08 8212 4159

Crown & Sceptre, hidden in the hubbub of King William Street, is not only one of the few great bars in Adelaide, but it is also extremely unique. The Sceptre is known by Adelaide bar hoppers as the place that will always catch you by surprise. Artfully designed and decorated and filled to the brim with fun loving and friendly staff and patrons, The Sceptre is sure to provide a great night!


SS Pecker: Hip hop band ahoy

SS Pecker: Hip hop band ahoy

By Dan Monceaux 10th May, 2006

The name SS Pecker conjures up images of men in blue and white pinafores climbing rigging and swabbing decks; a far cry from reality for this Melbourne based, jazz-rooted hip hop band. Like a cruise that never ends, the band's relentless gigging in Melbou

Magma: Back on the burn

Magma: Back on the burn

By Dan Monceaux 18th Jan, 2006

When I phoned Nick to ask about the Magma reunion gig at Kumfy Klub this weekend, I did not expect to be talking to the same man who currently plays percussion for The Levitators. Since the Magma boys dispersed in 2004, the seething funk mob has cast its

The New Pollutants: Farewell, Adelaide

The New Pollutants: Farewell, Adelaide

By Luke Johnson 13th Jan, 2006

After forming in 2001, local experimental hip-hop duo The New Pollutants have consistently rocked the party with their intelligent rhymes, quirky, distorted beats and utterly hilarious live antics. Discovering the band myself two years in, I quickly joine

The Levitators: Raising the Roof

The Levitators: Raising the Roof

By Dan Monceaux 6th Dec, 2005

If I were to tell you that Adelaide's live break beat act The Levitators were taking off, you'd probably roll your eyes at the cheesy pun. In all seriousness that's exactly what they're doing, with a very slick four-track EP ready to launch on Saturday De

The Red Eyes: Homegrown Dub

The Red Eyes: Homegrown Dub

By Dan Monceaux 30th Sep, 2005

It's three o'clock Friday arvo, and I've just got off the phone with the voice of the eleven strong, live dub band 'The Red Eyes'. The call caught El Witeri taking some time out before the big drive from Melbourne to Adelaide for the last show of their cu

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