Day: 18 May 2015

Live Review: Motley Crue + Alice Cooper – Allphones Arena, Sydney (16.05.15)

May 18, 2015

This year, an epic 35 year run in music is coming to its inevitable end, with Mötley Crüe making their last ever stop in Sydney at the Allphones Arena. The glam four-piece was accompanied by legend in his own right, Alice Cooper. There are few other ways to describe Cooper’s opening act as aptly as […]

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The end of a television legacy: We attend one of the final episode tapings of The Late Show with David Letterman

May 18, 2015

This marks the final week The Late Show With David Letterman will be on the air with new episodes, bringing an end to over 20 years of nightly television tradition in the iconic Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City, and a television career spanning 35 years. Having watched the show since it first arrived […]

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Django Django, Nothing But Thieves, Arborist and more among the highlights from day two of The Great Escape 2015!

May 18, 2015

On Friday night in Brighton, England, dozens – if not hundreds – of bands from the UK and around the world played across dozens of venues around the city for the second day of The Great Escape 2015. Our highlights from the day kicked off early with Plymouth singer/songwriter Jamie Lawson performing an intimate set […]

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The four best stalls at the CeBit Australia Expo 2015

May 18, 2015

The CeBit Australia Expo at Sydney Olympic Park brought together some of the best technology exhibitors from Australia and abroad who are looking at making their presence felt in the Australian technology scene. From electric cars, drones, soccer playing robots and wearables, here are our four best stalls from the expo. Tesla The star and […]

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10 Things We Learned from the Australian WHONIVERSE Events

May 18, 2015

  As of Sunday evening, the mega five stop WHONIVERSE Australian tour wrapped up with a decently attended event at Adelaide’s Town Hall. The crowd may have been smaller than that of Melbourne (held the day previous), but as the guests and fans noted throughout, the grandeur and general historic ambience of the venue and setting […]

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David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks revival

May 18, 2015

Just over a month since declaring he was leaving the project, director David Lynch has rejoined the Showtime Network’s Twin Peaks revival. Lynch had originally left the project after disputes over the series’ budget, but after negotiations with Showtime, and a campaign by Twin Peaks’ original cast, Lynch confirmed his return to the series via […]

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The end of a television legacy: We attend one of the final tapings of The Late Show with David Letterman

May 18, 2015

This marks the final week The Late Show With David Letterman will be on the air with new episodes, bringing an end to over 20 years of nightly television tradition in the iconic Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City, and a television career spanning 35 years. Having watched the show since it first arrived […]

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Telltale says The Walking Dead Season 3 won’t arrive this year, promises “something big”

May 18, 2015

Telltale says that fans of the episodic zombie adventure series won’t be finding out what happens to Clementine next this year. Director of PR Job Stauffer made the announcement on his twitter, later followed by the claim that the studio has “something big” up their sleeve for the series this year. Stauffer made several tweets […]

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Last Cab to Darwin set for premiere and Sydney Film Festival

May 18, 2015

Icon film distribution has announced that the world premiere of their Australian drama Last Cab to Darwin will be held at the Sydney State Theatre on June 6th 2015. And cast and crew from the film will be in attendance at the premiere. In addition, it’s inclusion in the Sydney Film festival program has also been […]

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Film Review: Blackhat (USA, 2015)

May 18, 2015

Blackhat opens with exhilarating paranoia. The camera soars, impossibly, through a computer chip, where tiny lights flicker with an ominous trill. We are watching a hack that triggers the overheating of a nuclear plant in China and nullifies the warning signs. People die because of a series of numbers. A similar but harmless breach is […]

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Theatre Review: Once We Were Kings – Blue Room Theatre, Perth (Performances until 29th May)

May 18, 2015

Once We Were Kings is the latest work from Perth theatre company Third Culture Kids. Written by Dure Khan and directed by Mustafa Al Mahdi, Once We Were Kings explores what it means to be young, “queer” and Muslim and navigating the cultural minefield of contemporary Australia. Even after a couple of days, I’m still […]

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