Day: 13 November 2015

Jed Kurzel wins top prize at the 2015 Screen Music Awards!

November 13, 2015

The Kurzel family is on a hot streak this year, with Jed Kurzel added to the film family’s accolades in winning the top prize at this year’s Screen Music Award! Winning the Feature Score of the Year Award for his work on Slow West, a film that won much acclaim at Sundance, Kurzel claimed the […]

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Brooklyn trio Wet release new single “It’s All in Vain”

November 13, 2015

Brooklyn indie-pop trio Wet released their self-titled EP last year and almost instantly became one of the year’s biggest buzz bands, racking up a dedicated fan base and selling out shows both around the states and overseas. They’ve been fairly quiet since then; releasing two singles, “Deadwater” and “Weak”, from their forthcoming debut and patiently […]

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Grenadiers, SKIES, Timberwolf and more revealed as SA nominees for the 2nd Annual AU Live Music Awards!

November 13, 2015

This afternoon via Radio Adelaide, the South Australian artists, events and venues up for awards in this year’s AU Live Music Awards were revealed. Coming off the back of a huge night of recognition at the South Australian Music Awards this week, we’ve been stoked to have teamed up with Radio Adelaide in bringing the […]

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Jackie Onassis stealth release their debut studio album “Pristine Alley” today

November 13, 2015

Sydney’s Jackie Onassis, part of larger hip hop collective One Day, have been killing it on nationally for a few years now. Ever since their debut single “The New Dumb”, they have helped lead Australian hip-hop onto a completely new wave, pushing tradition and bringing in outside influences for a well-rounded, melodic, and endearing sound. […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: John Depth Ft. SLik d “Juicetown” (2015)

November 13, 2015

Following their excellent debut single, “Couches”, local production team John Depth – awarded producer Tim Carr and singer-songwriter Paul Conrad – have hooked up with Long Beach rapper-singer SLik d to release “Juicetown”. The duo’s second single continues their love for the darker side of electronica, lifting SLik d’s slick raps with a forceful blend […]

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Ruban Neilson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra (NZ/US) on adapting ‘Multi-Love’ for the live stage!

November 13, 2015

Unknown Mortal Orchestra released possibly one of my favourite albums of the year in the acclaimed Multi-Love. Since its release in the earlier part of the year, UMO have been on the road consistently, building their now-renowned live presence stronger and stronger. Having last seen the band perform out this way on the Laneway Festival […]

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Phil Jamieson (NSW) talks HiFi Days, touring solo vs touring with Grinspoon & more!

November 13, 2015

As Phil Jamieson gears up for the HiFi Days event in a couple of weeks, I took some time to talk to him about what it’s like to play solo, his very impressive history of collaborations and the meaning behind some of the more cryptic Grinspoon songs. For all of us terribly lazy Phil Jamieson […]

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Music Video of the Day: Loon Lake “Winona Ryder” (2015)

November 13, 2015

New Loon Lake music is a bittersweet affair, with them currently wrapping up their last shows ever. But that’s not going to stop us enjoying their latest offering “Winona Ryder”. Upbeat as always, Loon Lake have always had the ability to capture the sound of summer, with this new song and it’s accompanying music video capturing […]

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Single of the Day: Silicon “Cellophane [Unknown Mortal Orchestra rework]” (2015)

November 13, 2015

Brothers Ruben Neilson (of Unknown Mortal Orchestra) and Kody Neilson have been making music together for a long time; they used to be in the same bands, but we’ve just gotten the most recent collaboration in the form of Kody’s solo project, Silicon, reworked by Unknown Mortal Orchestra. It’s a sonically stunning, offbeat sounding track […]

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Games Review: Screencheat (PC, 2014)

November 13, 2015

For people who were lucky enough to own an N64 back in the day, Screencheat is a true nostalgia bomb. Pulling inspiration from some true classics, it’s everything you forgot you loved about games of that era, with truly original point of difference. It’s also some of the most pure multiplayer fun I’ve had in […]

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Video Games Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III (PS4, 2015)

November 13, 2015

In many ways, Call of Duty: Black Ops III has to deal with the same design problems that Advanced Warfare, and even Ghosts, had to deal with. What can you do to keep a franchise that ruled the roost in one hardware generation fresh and interesting while still providing new ideas and features that move […]

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We attend the launch of Lido Cinema’s rooftop cinema in Melbourne

November 13, 2015

It’s that time of the year again when Melbournians revel in the warmth of late sunsets, eagerly awaiting the advent of dusk and all the excitement that catching a movie in the glorious open-air can bring. This summer, there’s no better place to see the latest release films than at Lido Cinemas in Hawthorn, where […]

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Get the answer to tonight’s trivia question for the In The House screening of The Dark Knight

November 13, 2015

Screening every other Friday night at In The House at Event Cinemas on George Street are classic films, brought back to the big screen. This week it’s The Dark Knight, and here’s our trivia question: The answer? Sex Pistols frontman Johnny Rotten was cited by Lindy as the inspiration for Heath Ledger’s Joker in the film. […]

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This Week’s DVD Release Picks: Ladies at the Top of Their Game (13th November 2015)

November 13, 2015

This week’s DVD releases all feature women who are hitting their creative strides. Inside Out Inside Out, Pixar’s latest emotion-packed fare, stars comedy powerhouse Amy Poehler. Riley is a ten-year-old girl whose life is ruled by Joy (Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader), and Disgust (Mindy Kaling). Packed full of heart, […]

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Nintendo Direct returns! Cloud Strife comes to Smash Bros, Female Link and Zelda U news!

November 13, 2015

Nintendo took a break from their regular Nintendo Direct announcement livestreams following the death of company president Satoru Iwata earlier this year. The broadcasts have returned with Nintendo of America President/loveable dork Reggie Fils-Aime at the helm, and man did they have some cool stuff to talk about.

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Creator Jon Bokenkamp and Producer John Eisendrath reflect on Season 2 of The Blacklist

November 13, 2015

With Season 2 having just been released on DVD and Blu-Ray today – and with six episodes of Season 3 now having aired, I caught up with two of the creative minds behind the popular series The Blacklist – creator Jon Bokenkamp and Producer John Eisendrath – to reflect on Season 2 and look ahead to Season 3. Note that this interview […]

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Papa Gedes enter their third year with a brand new cocktail menu (Sydney)

November 13, 2015

Sydney’s Papa Gedes have recently turned two, entering into their third year operating as one of the most charming small bars in the CBD. Themed towards the voodoo history of New Orleans, the tiki-esque bar has maintained a balance that doesn’t go over-the-top yet remains playful with a distinctive aesthetic that is clear in both […]

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Surly’s teams up with Coca-Cola to introduce Cola-infused meats for one week only (Sydney)

November 13, 2015

The iconic Coca-Cola contour bottle turns 100 this month, and to celebrate Coca-Cola South Pacific have teamed up with Sydney American BBQ joint Surly’s to create some exclusive, temporary menus blending the distinctive flavour of coke with the perfectly smoked meats the bar-restaurant has become known for. Surly’s American Head Chef Bendhan Bennison has put […]

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