Day: 21 January 2011

2010 SMAC Award Winners Announced

January 21, 2011

Last night, the third annual SMAC Awards were announced at Darlinghurst’s National Art School. The event celebrates the best in arts and music in Sydney, thanks to FBi Radio. Cloud Control swept the awards with three wins (if you include best on screen), but the guys from GoodGod Small Club took out the major award… […]

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Announcing Ric's Big Backyard Festival starring You Am I, Pangaea, Die! Die! Die! and more!

January 21, 2011

Iconic Brisbane music venue RIC’S is proud to present their inaugural BIG BACKYARD FESTIVAL. Utilizing the courtyard behind RG’s and the upstairs and downstairs stages at RIC’S, the BIG BACKYARD is a brilliant space sure to create an intimate and unique festival experience. 3 stages. Outside, upstairs and downstairs. 21 bands for $75. Plenty of […]

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Australian and International Street Artists Help Raise Funds for Queensland Flood Victims

January 21, 2011

Paste-Modernism Charity Auction – all proceeds from the online auction of panels from the exhibition ‘Pastemodernism 2’ will be donated to the Qld Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal. Paste-Modernism 2 was held at Lo-Fi Gallery in Darlinghurst on October 7th 2010 and featured the ‘paste-up’ works of over 50 Australian and International artists. Presented by StupidKrap.com […]

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Mos Def is most definitely on a plane to Australia…

January 21, 2011

Following much conjecture, re scheduling and about a thousand phone calls we’re very pleased to advise that Grammy Award-nominated rapper, actor and poet Mos Def’s Australian tour is all systems go! At the time of this release, Mos Def is on a plane from LA to Melbourne. The majority of his touring party arrived here […]

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Sydney Festival: The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik – Downstairs Theatre, Seymour Centre (19.01.11)

January 21, 2011

When Simba’s father, Mufasa, died in The Lion King, I remember burying my head in my grandmas lap wondering what the hell was going on. Why would a movie be going out of its way to depress me? What it showed though was that the idea of loss is translatable and relatable to a child, […]

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