By Lauren Neko 13th Apr, 2010
With a considerable increase in patrons for this kind of event and such an intense vibe, it was official: Adelaide has officially got a scene and it is very much addicted to dubstep.
By Anita Marton 4th Jun, 2009
If you love cranking techno, filthy house, great people with eclectic surroundings then this is the place to be. Tech-Phonics' latest installment boasted some local flavour at its usual residence, The Crown and Sceptre.
By Anita Marton 26th Nov, 2008
The Levitators are well known around Adelaide, and tonight the 5-piece electro, breakbeat, drum n bass, funk and jazz band were unleashing their brand new album ‘Play It Like This’.
By Lauren Neko 11th Nov, 2008
Dubstep is synonymous with gravy. Why gravy you ask? Cause it’s dark, smooth, and has all the traces of all the good flavours from other delights!
By Anita Marton 13th Oct, 2008
I always look forward to the Tech-Phonics parties, because without a doubt it always ends up being an awesome night with great people, and a chance to hear some kick arse tunes.
By Anita Marton 22nd Sep, 2008
After a long cold winter, spring has finally arrived and what better way to celebrate with the appropriately named event – Spring Breakdown!
By Anita Marton 1st Aug, 2008
It was 1998 when the first Inbound party was put on by two local DnB DJs Fiction and Filter AKA Simon and Curt. Who would’ve thought a decade later the parties would be still going strong?
By Anita Marton 18th Jul, 2008
The Adelaide Breaks Collective is a team of DJs - Spark, Dusk, Noodle and Lachy Pender. Forming 2.5 years ago, the group of talented spinners have hosted an array of shows in an assortment of venues over their time.
By Anita Marton 11th Jul, 2008
Tech-Phonics & Deeper presents… JAMES CURD - GREENSKEEPERS (CHICAGO) for the next installment of TechPhonics, joined by Will Smerdon, Sonny Fodera, Ben James feat Bos on live sax, Lachy Pender, Ezee-G and Jorge Watts.
By Briony Liebich 26th Mar, 2008
Eclipse Touring’s excellent promo work has done it again - large crowd and a fun night out, with a great new find in The Product as a live act, and a well rounded sample of musical genres from DJ Craze.
By Jo Norton 5th Feb, 2008
Jorge Watts and Lachy Pender are no strangers to the Adelaide clubbing scene. Their latest love child, the Tech-Phonics series rocked out its second instalment over the Australia Day long weekend at the Crown & Sceptre.
By Marlon Deam 12th Dec, 2007
Birthdays come and go but for the Crown and Sceptre’s 6th Birthday Bash, a special treat was in order with two of Australia’s best party DJs going head to head - Dexter and Staen1.