Day: 19 September 2014

the AU interview: Eliza Hull (Melbourne) talks Hayden Calnin produced single "Caught" & upcoming LP "The Bones Of Us".

September 19, 2014

Performing at the Toff in Town in Melbourne tomorrow night, Eliza Hull is celebrating the launch of her new single “Caught” and looking ahead to her debut full length record The Bones Of Us – due out in early 2015. I caught up with Eliza to talk about the show, the single, the album and […]

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the AU interview at BIGSOUND: July Talk (Canada)

September 19, 2014

the AU review interviews Canadian group July Talk to talk about their first ever trip to Australia, performing at BIGSOUND and at a couple of shows around the country. We talk about their live show, their music and their debut record, which is out in Australia today!

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New Music Video: WHITE "Living Fiction" (2014)

September 19, 2014

As we wait for the vote on Scottish Independence come in, we bring you one of our favourite tracks going around at the moment from Scotland – WHITE‘s “Living Fiction”. There’s a vibe to this track that makes it something so familiar, yet something totally its own. See also: Saxophone solos. They just released the […]

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Games Review: Destiny (PS4, 2014)

September 19, 2014

Destiny is an ambitious FPS/MMO hybrid by console shooter demagogues Bungie and published by the similarly monolithic Activision, it’s a game that wears it’s Halo-inspired DNA proudly on its sleeve. It’s a game that is determined to be different, to stride into this new hardware generation and show us something we’ve never seen before. In […]

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Games Review: Flockers (Xbox One, 2014)

September 19, 2014

Flockers is the newest title from Team17, the venerable studio behind the enduring Worms franchise, and their first new IP in ten years. It’s a puzzle title that is very much of the capital-o, capital-s Old School. Recalling classic titles like Lemmings, it’s not the first (to coin a term) Lemminglike to come out in […]

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Everyone has a secret in the brilliant trailer for Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children

September 19, 2014

Director Jason Reitman burst onto the scene back in 2005 with his satirical comedy Thankyou For Smoking, which he followed up with Oscar-nominated indie darling Juno. His next film, 2009’s Up in the Air, was again nominated for a slew of Oscars. Reitman’s next two films, 2011’s Young Adult and 2013’s Labor Day failed to live up to the expectations placed upon them. One thing that […]

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Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith will star in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies!

September 19, 2014

  That’s right. Set to join the Burr Steers’ directed horror comedy is British actor Matt Smith. Playing Mr. Collins, Smith joins a cast which includes Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire) and Sam Riley (Control), The Hollywood Reporter has announced. The film, which is based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s mash-up comedy take on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, sees the traditional heroine Lizzie Bennett (to be played by […]

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Film Review: Land of the Bears (France, 2014)

September 19, 2014

Alright, straight up, no word of a lie, Land of the Bears has got to be the cutest, most heart-warming, most excellent display of bears on screen outside an 87-point Buzzfeed post about cutesy bears. Why? Because it’s a beautifully shot documentary – that you can watch in 3D, thanks very much – about a […]

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