UniLife’s 2009 concerts programme brought the best young local bands to UniSA’s campuses. GrannyFlat, Pablo Libido, Moosewax, Bernee, Oliver’s Army and more played on the big stage, in front of big crowds.
This year, Campus Concerts is back, and your student association’s got your ear-bleed-needs covered. Head outside this March and April for kickin’ beats and bangin’ tunes between 11 and 12. As is the UniLife way, all events are totally free. Because UniLife looks after its friends.
17th March – City East – Tin Alley
Rocketing from Melbourne’s inner suburbs comes Australia’s newest talent Tin Alley. At the core of the band are Paul Siourthas (bass), Jim Siourthas (Vocals, Guitar) and Peter Hofbauer (Drums).
Three things jump out when you hear Tin Alley: Passion, energy and great songs that will get you hooked.
Check out their tracks on their myspace.
7th April – Magill – Riot Runners
‘An explosion in your ears, brains, loins and groovin parts’
Riot Runners are: Josh Morphett – Vocals and Guitar , Craig Williams – Bass and Backing Vocals, Michael Morphett – Vocals and Drums
Hear more from the lads on their myspace.
Got a band that would like to put its sound before a big university audience? Wanna show off your sweet shreddin’ skills? Shoot an email to uniLife.firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll put you on the big stage.
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