Day: 29 May 2015

Stumbled Upon #051 – The Grand (Wakefield, United Kingdom)

May 29, 2015

In our 51st instalment of “Stumbled Upon”, we meet West Yorkshire lads The Grand, and chat about their debut album and dark and twisted romances. Band Name: The Grand Website / Social Media: Facebook / Bandcamp Genre: Alternative. Pop. Members & their roles: Russ Smith- Vocals/Bass Tom Peel- Gtr/Backing Vocals Andy Jennings- Drums/Backing Vocals What […]

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Vivid Live Review: Bill Callahan – Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House (29.05.15)

May 29, 2015

Photo Credit: Daniel Boud, Sydney Opera House (Used with Permission) Formerly known as Smog, and the brief touring and life companion of the incomparable Joanna Newsom, Bill Callahan is sitting on an impressive catalogue of music that spans some 25 years and 14 albums. This week, he’s touring Australia for the first time in some […]

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Hermitude – the AU's Feature Artist for May – name their five favourite hip hop artists!

May 29, 2015

If you’ve not yet had a chance to get around Hermitude‘s new album Dark Night Sweet Light, this is the album you need to access on whatever music platform you’ve got near today. The recent ARIA #1 record has seen the duo rake in deserved kudos and as our feature artists of this month, we […]

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Aussie film Force Of Destiny to premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival

May 29, 2015

The Melbourne International Film Festival for this year is set to commence on the 30th July and on the 7th July the full program will be launched. But before that we’ve been given a sneak peek of one of the titles that will premiere, Australian film Force Of Destiny. David Wenham stars as Robert, a […]

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Trailer released for The Bolivian Case, screening at Sydney Film Festival 2015

May 29, 2015

Directed by award-winning Australian writer and filmmaker Violeta Ayala and produced by Dan Fallshaw over the course of 2011-2015, The Bolivian Case follows three Norwegian teenage girls who are arrested with 22kg of cocaine in their luggage in a foreign country. The documentary explores the misdirected way in which the much relied upon media constructed stories based […]

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EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: The Impressionists and the Man who Made Them set to screen in Australia

May 29, 2015

Exhibition on Screen is bringing The Impressionists and the Man who Made Them to Australian cinemas for a strictly limited time. Based on the Inventing Impressionism exhibition, which recently opened at the National Gallery London (in collaboration with the Musée du Luxembourg, Musée d’Orsay and Philadelphia Museum of Art), EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: The Impressionists and the […]

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