Day: 20 November 2014

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Album Review: Such Gold – The New Sidewalk (2014 LP)

November 20, 2014

There’s no real definition of “punk hardcore”- something of a pop punk evolution – and when it comes to bands such as Such Gold, we see a band who don’t give a shit about how their music is defined as long as they’re having a baller of a time creating it. With the band’s sophomore release, The […]

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Stumbled Upon #003 – Luke Bennett (Byron Bay / Launceston)

November 20, 2014

In our new series “Stumbled Upon”, we get to know a new Australian band we’ve stumbled across. In our third instalment, we meet Launceston native, now Byron Bay local Luke Bennett and chat about his musical journey so far and sample some of his acoustic rock goodness. Musician: Luke Bennett Website / Social Media: www.lukebennettmusic.com […]

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The best photos of the year to feature in "Australia's Year in Music: 2014 Edition" – pre-orders now open!

November 20, 2014

Heath Media – publishers of this very website – are excited to announce that their annual photo book Austraila’s Year in Music – capturing the best in live performance – has opened for pre-orders. Releasing just in time for Christmas, Australia’s Year in Music: 2014 Edition takes us from Summer through to Spring, with close […]

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AU Abroad Feature: 15 things to do and places to visit on a Singapore Stopover

November 20, 2014

The Singapore Tourism Board recently carried out some research that revealed that over one million Australians have missed their first day back at work as a result of a holiday, costing businesses thousands of dollars. In addition to the 1.1 million missing their first day back at work after a flight of 10 hours or […]

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Exclusive Interivew: Miyavi (Japan) discusses the film Unbroken and working with Angelia Jolie

November 20, 2014

Unbroken, directed by Angelina Jolie, premiered this week in Sydney – ahead of its Australia wide release on January 15th. In the film, singer Miyavi plays Mutsushiro “The Bird” Watanabe, a World War II POW camp guard. We spoke to him earlier in the year about the performance and are excited to be able to […]

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TV Review: The Mindy Project, Season 3, Episode 8 “Diary of a Mad Indian Woman”

November 20, 2014

By Amy Nancarrow Who hasn’t seen a friend, family member or significant other’s personal diary and been tempted to sneak a peek at their most intimate thoughts? Danny succumbs to his curiosity in “Diary of a Mad Indian Woman”, and doesn’t necessarily like what he reads. Mindy realises that Danny never stays at her house, […]

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