Day: 10 November 2015

First line-up announced for Melbourne’s first ever solar powered music festival

November 10, 2015

This December Melbourne will be hosting a festival that blends music with renewable energy solutions. Titled OFFtheGRID, the event will be presented by Finding Infinity and will take over the forecourt at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art for a summer solstice aimed at both providing punters with an awesome local line-up and raising awareness and […]

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Live Review: Naughty By Nature – The Gov, Adelaide (08.11.15)

November 10, 2015

If you grew up in the 90’s, chances are you’ll be well aware of Naughty By Nature. The Grammy Award winning hip hop crew responsible for some huge hits during what was arguably one of the best decades of the genre were in Adelaide on Sunday night to take people for a trip down memory […]

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Triple J Announces Laneway Adelaide Broadcast and Unearthed Comp Details

November 10, 2015

In conjunction with the first leg of The Laneway Festival, triple j will be presenting an exclusive broadcast of live sets and interviews from Laneway artists including Grimes, CHVRCHES, Flume, Hudson Mohawke, Beach House and more. Listeners can tune in when the festival kicks off on February 5th from 12pm. Once more, Laneway has offered […]

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Ed Sheeran to Perform at the 2015 ARIA Awards

November 10, 2015

Ed Sheeran is set to return to the shores of Sydney on November 26 for his first ever ARIA performance. Ed Sheeran will be joining the likes of Conrad Sewell, Flight Facilities, Hermitude, Peking Duk, Vance Joy and many more. Tickets to the 2015 ARIA Awards have sold out, but you can catch Sheeran on his Australian Tour from the […]

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Kučka lets us in on the Red Bull Music Academy application process

November 10, 2015

She’s already won awards and been sampled by the likes of A$AP Rocky, but Perth bedroom-producer Kučka still values the kind of growth and development that an institution like Red Bull Music Academy will bring. It’s well known now that RBMA is one of the most challenging, provoking, and rewarding experiences for any producer or […]

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Live Review: The Darkness + APES – HQ, Adelaide (06.11.15)

November 10, 2015

The Darkness last played Thebarton Theatre on their last Australian tour, so to see that they had downgraded slightly HQ wasn’t too much of a worry. If you’d seen them before, you’d known that they’re more than capable of putting on a brilliantly entertaining show regardless of the room. On a Friday night in Adelaide […]

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Music Video of the Day: Bayonne “Spectrolite” (2015)

November 10, 2015

This track from Bayonne melds perfectly with its video from director Lauren Gregory, featuring an aesthetic that aligns fantastically with the quirky audio, drawing similarities with artists like M83, Coldplay, and MGMT. The video really is captivating in its style, and you can check it out here:   ———- This content has recently been ported […]

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Single of the Day: Kieran T. Stevenson “Go” (2015)

November 10, 2015

Brisbane based Kieran T. Stevenson has just dropped his first single “Go”, and it’s a stunning debut from the vocalist and songwriter. Citing influences of everything from Jonsi to Fleetwood Mac “Go” embraces ambience and minimalism and presents it in a way reminiscent of Sigur Ros‘ quieter moments. Pulling together friends Joseph Rabjohns (guitar), Becky Meimaris (drums), and Helen Svoboda […]

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TV Review: The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 5 “Now” (USA, 2015)

November 10, 2015

The last time we were in Alexandria was during The Wolves’ big invasion, leading to chopped up bodies, brutal action, and a whole lot of death. “Now” marks the first time we have properly caught up with Alexandria (Michonne stumbling into a broken down Alexandria, and Morgan entertaining his Wolf hostage with his backstory do […]

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DVD Review: Dark Places (USA, 2015)

November 10, 2015

David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling novel Gone Girl was a sensational suspense-driven thriller and one of last year’s cinematic standouts. The film adaptation of Flynn’s other book, Dark Places, doesn’t land with quite the same punch. The film’s source material carries it far but not far enough to compete with Fincher’s lavish production. […]

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ACMI To Present Feelings are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer

November 10, 2015

Celebrating the legacy of Yvonne Rainer, the choreographer, dancer and filmmaker, The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) will present Jack Walsh‘s documentary, Feelings are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer. The film is a documentary tribute to the artistic legacy of choreographer, dancer and filmmaker, Yvonne Rainer. The film is presented as part […]

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Gelato Messina launches new flavour inspired by Wellington, New Zealand, for one week only

November 10, 2015

In what is one of the more unique collaborations Gelato Messina have offered Australia, the renowned dessert kings have teamed up with New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, to create a Welly inspired flavour that will be available across all Messina stores for just one week. With the cheeky name of “Sweet As”, the very limited […]

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Merviale’s intimate Whisky bar, J&M, opens in Sydney

November 10, 2015

Hospitality group Merivale will officially open doors to J&M, an intimate Whisky Bar located on Level 2 of Angel Hotel, from 11th November 2015. Initially, J&M will function as an exclusive showcase for Chivas Regal, driven by the sensory experience of Chivas 18. Aimed at a complete but intimate experience, J&M will be one for […]

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Belle’s Hot Chicken to open at Barangaroo (Sydney)

November 10, 2015

We already know that the Barangaroo precinct will be home to Sydney’s Noma pop-up, but details are slowly starting to roll in of the other exciting venues looking to complete the development’s food element. Melbourne’s hugely sought-after Belle’s Hot Chicken will open at Barangaroo from November 19th, staying on at the harbour-side hub for 10 […]

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