In a Sydney-exclusive Toshiba Australia will be taking their current Seriously Japanese campaign and speeding it along quite literally, partnering with Intel and Sushi restaurant Zushi to stage a pretty extravagant Pop-Up Sushi Rollercoaster Restaurant. Yes, you read that correctly.
The iconic Rodriguez brought an unforgettable show through to the Sydney Opera House last night. Gwen Lee brings you this gallery from the show!
We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to throughout the week ahead and deliver you this guide - our national gig picks of the week!
For one day only, Fluid Festival will showcase some of the world’s finest beers, wines, bourbons and ciders at Daveys Hotel, Frankston on Sunday 16th November 2014. The event will feature stalls from over 20 local and international suppliers, offering festivalgoers the chance to sample a huge range of flavours and styles.
The AU review is no stranger to Secrets on Ann. The fresh and modern feel, the moody and dramatic colour scheme, the dynamic lighting, the unique cocktails… there’s much to love. The official launch night only proved that Secrets is a brilliant venue, that appeals to a very broad demographic, filling the gap in Fortitudes Valley’s market. As well as the fantastic launch, Secrets has a bright future ahead of it, with brilliant events and themed nights to come.
Well, the Future Music Festival has gone and done it. The national festival which will has become synonymous with loose times and a great range of acts to spend a hot summer day and night with, has just dropped its line up for 2015 and if you're a fan of a certain Canadian rapper and/or Degrassi: The Next Generation, you're gonna love this one.
The longest running stage production at Crown, Princes of The Night, celebrates a decade of bringing Magic Mike strip entertainment and seduction to Melbourne. Australia’s hottest male burlesque performance infuses the taboo world of striptease, lust and sexual desire with perfectly choreographed, highly refined burlesque and cabaret and this season they’re turning up the heat to celebrate ten massive years.
Formed in 2013 by ex-Cameras Fraser Harvey and Mike Morgan, along with Ben Morgan and Bill Johnston, Service Bells have fast become one of our favourite bands in Sydney. They even played our 6th Birthday Party! What legends. And we can tell you from that show that they deliver unquestionably powerful, provocative and entertaining live shows that balance their love of rock n' roll with a tight sound. Putting it bluntly: these guys know what they're doing.
Whilst academy award winning songwriter Ryan Bingham was in Australia for his first headline tour, we caught up with him to chat about the tour, Tomorrowland, his unreleased new album and writing songs for TV and Film.
PAX Australia (Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Oct 31 – Nov 2) is lifting the lid on the lesser-known sides of video games – and it’s nothing like we expected.In a packed schedule of panels and events, Australia’s premier games festival is presenting an entertaining, informative, and surprising insight into many different game-related topics.
The only way to save the future is to go into the past. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment takes you back in time to stop the end of the world with X-Men: Days Of Future Past released recently on Digital HD and 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD. Featuring a massive collaboration of legendary actors and the return of director Bryan Singer,the most anticipated X-Men adaptation comes to life in amazing fashion that you have to see to believe.
Sony have just released their latest smartphone in Australia, the anticipated Xperia Z3, some six months after they made waves with their last model. The updates focus on the entertainment factor (in particular its use as a remote screen for the Playstation 4) as well as a slimmer, lighter and improved ergonomic designs.
The gap isn’t as wide as it was when Primus first reemerged with Green Naugahyde after their 12-year hiatus from Anti-Pop. But, three years is still enough time to say “Guess who's come back for more...” Primus have just released their 8th studio album Primus and The Chocolate Factory with The Fungi Ensemble. True to Primus fashion, it’s weird and wonderful which is perhaps perfect for this re-imagining of the weird and wonderful story Charlie and The Chocolate Factory.
Polish video game developers Techland have now had a taste of zombie-driven success with Dead Island so it's only right that they venture out into similar territory with the long-awaited Dying Light. While Dead Island was a bit more fantastical in terms of art direction and it seems like the developers have decided to get a bit more gritty and realistic with their upcoming survival-horror. At the recent EB Games Expo, we caught up with Techland's community manager and one of Dying Light's developers Michal Napora to chat about the game, how it's been refined, and more.
The Blurst of Times Festival has rolled through Brisbane and Melbourne successfully over last weekend, with a stomper line up of Australian bands playing throughout the day and night. This coming weekend, the party train stops in Sydney, with the third installment of Blurst hitting the Factory Theatre. We catch up with DZ Deathrays, who will be on the Sydney bill to see how the festival tour has been treating them, as well as their recent time spent touring through Europe and the UK!