Day: 22 October 2015

Pusha T announces Australian headline shows for January

October 22, 2015

In addition to his anticipated appearance at Sydney NYD tradition Field Day, irrepressible emcee Pusha T has announced that he will be headline some sideshows up and down the east coast with stops planned for Melbourne and Brisbane. last out here as a support act for Kanye West, Push has already shown Australian audiences just […]

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José González, Josh Pyke, John Butler Trio and more announced for Melbourne Zoo Twilights Series 2016

October 22, 2015

The lineup for the Melbourne Zoo Twilight Series has been announced! The program for 2016 once again offers a diverse range of music with the likes of The Waifs, José González, Josh Pyke, John Butler Trio and more set to take the stage. Melbourne Zoo Twilight Series Lineup: Far From Folsom Featuring Tex Perkins and The Tennessee Four with […]

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Exclusive Album Stream: Future Love Hangover Traditional Late Night Drinking (2015 LP)

October 22, 2015

Today on the AU, we’re proud to premiere the new album from Future Love Hangover Traditional Late Night Drinking. Written from 30 years in the future, this album is an exploration of multi-dimensional, futuristic sound. “I didn’t approach the album with any preconceived notions of what I would write or how I would write it. Each time […]

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the AU Weekend Gig Guide: October 22nd – October 25th

October 22, 2015

As the end of the year draws nearer, artists are getting their last shows in. This weekend is set to be a big one, with some of the biggest stars of the far past, recent past, and future set to play down under. Check out the gig picks for the coming days! Fleetwood Mac – […]

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LUCIANBLOMKAMP (Melbourne) talks about ‘From Afar’ clip and new LP Bad Faith

October 22, 2015

Polished, concise and ambitiously experimental. LUCIANBLOMKAMP or better still, Lucian Blomkamp (for those on a need to know basis) makes considered electronic music, pushed to inventive limits of possibility. Following on from the release of his first studio album, Post-Nature, Blomkamp has diversified, progressing into unfamiliar territory with relative ease. With a newfound focus on […]

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Album Review: City and Colour – If I Should Go Before You (2015 LP)

October 22, 2015

Dallas Green is a man of great talents. Since the days of Alexisonfire, Green has been setting himself up by putting together music that is emotive, intricate and personal. There’s no denying that what he writes lyrically empowers many others too. With Green’s latest offering, If I Should Go Before You, we see him experiment […]

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Music Video of the Day: Urthboy “Long Loud Hours ft Bertie Blackman” (2015)

October 22, 2015

It’s been a long time between drinks for Urthboy, releasing his first music in over three years today. The new track, “Long Loud Hours”, has less of a focus on beats than a lot of Urthboy‘s earlier work, and more on lyrics. The emotive track features vocals from Bertie Blackman in choruses, soaring over piano […]

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Video Games Interview: Treyarch’s David Vonderhaar talks Call of Duty: Black Ops III

October 22, 2015

The 2015 EB Expo was a huge show boasting equally huge titles, and few titles are as huge as Call of Duty. With Black Ops III right around the corner, we caught up with Treyarch’s Studio Design Director David Vonderhaar to talk about his dev career, what we can expect from the new game and where we go […]

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Watch the full trailer for Lawrence Leung’s Sucker with YouTube star John Luc, Timothy Spall and Shaun Micallef

October 22, 2015

Based on the award-winning stage show by Lawrence Leung, Sucker is a coming-of-age story that follows 18-year-old Lawrence as he embarks on a road trip with unusual characters and learns many life lessons along the way. Leung co-wrote the feature film adaptation with director Ben Chessell. The film stars YouTube sensation John Luc (who has more […]

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Film Review: Burnt (USA, 2015)

October 22, 2015

If you’re the kind of person who loves, without a doubt, the idea of work-life balance, this is not the film for you. If you’re easily upset at the sight of workplace bullying, or stress caused by an unstable manager and a professional environment that breeds unhealthy well being choices, this is not the film […]

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Video Games Review: Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden (3DS, 2015)

October 22, 2015

Dragon Ball Z’s place in pop culture in unquestionably prevalent. Its ability to crossover and interject itself into a range of mediums has been the reason for its longevity. It’s no surprise then then that its transition to video games is not only academic but highly welcome for a demographic that wants just that little […]

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