Klaus Kinski, the world’s most prolific movie star, is infamous for being egomaniacal, sex-obsessed, even insane. CJ Johnson, concluding a twenty year obsessional investigation, offers his findings, and they are much darker than that.
Last weekend, the AU review had the opportunity to sit in a media conference with UK rock duo, Royal Blood, at Laneway Festival in Singapore. The duo discuss the greatness of being in a popular rock band and admitting the best part is to "throw our (their) equipment around".
Nothing says I love you quite like packing all that love into a tiramisu, right? And since Valentines Day, that lovely calender day of love, is right around the corner we thought it best to search low and high for a tiramisu which is a bit different than your standard, with added distinctiveness from a packet of Abes Sea Salt Bagel Crisps. Try this one out and let us know how you go.
Last weekend, the AU review had the opportunity to sit in a media conference with Swedish outfit Little Dragon at Laneway Festival in Singapore. The band discuss their musical journey up until now, admitting that they are on the right path and their love for playing music... despite it taking a long time to develop.
The arts centre was alive with exuberant Michael Jackson fans scuttling too and fro whilst keenly anticipating the start of ‘Thriller Live’. Fresh from a superb run in London’s Westend, I was excited to see if the show would live up to all the hype. Upon entering a packed theatre, we were directed to our seats which turned out to be some of the best in the house, with a perfect view of the entire stage. The lights dimmed and a blackness swathed the audience as the music began.
The Melbourne Zoo Twilights series kicked off this weekend with a stellar show by Bernard Fanning and Little May. Photos by Kimberley Salmond.
Bernard Fanning is playing some small shows around Australia to show off some new songs and play old favourites.
Last weekend the AU review had the opportunity to chat to J and T from UK's Jungle at Laneway Festival in Singapore. The boys talk about their love of touring Australia - "The Happy England". They discuss how it's the most amazing feeling to have people connecting to their music and let us in on what we can expect from their Laneway sets...
Situated on the corner of Leigh Street and Hindley Street, Mövenpick’s crisp glass frontage makes a bold yet sophisticated statement, as does their menu. Crafted from all-natural ingredients including rich Swiss cream, sun-ripened fruit and velvety yoghurt, the brand offers a delectable selection of 24 ice cream flavours (among a smorgasbord of other sweet treats) that will keep you wanting more.
The Laneway Festival rolled into Australia for the first time in 2015, bringing FKA Twigs, St Vincent (pictured), Pond, Mac DeMarco and more to Brisbane!
The Hot Chips Company, a Perth-based business has been working in secret for the past five years, tinkering away at a brand new type of vending machine that they hope to roll across the country this year. From that name you can pretty much already tell what the vending machines will dispense - that's right, hot chips (hot damn!).
Gypsys of Pangea launched their latest single 'The Suit' to an adoring crowd at Brighton Up Bar, before taking a hiatus for five or six months.
Bernard Fanning was supported by Little May at the opening performance of the Taronga Zoo's Twilight at Taronga series. Nathan Atkins was there and brings us these photos from the anticipated event:
Once an industrial area dominated by factories and sawmills, today Vancouver’s Granville Island is bustling with both locals and tourists, and for good reason. At the famous Public Market you’ll find more than 100 indoor food stalls offering up fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and seafood, freshly baked bread and pastries, tea leaves and coffee beans, what feels like an endless amount of different cheeses, sweets and more. There are also some great waterfront bars and restaurants to choose from, as well as a brewery and distillery to check out.
Chiodos hit up The Hi-Fi in Brisbane, so Andrew Wade went along and brought us these photos. Supported by Storm The Sky.