Day: 11 December 2015

Festival Review and Photos: Festival of the Sun (Day One) ft. Jebediah – Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park, Port Macquarie (11.12.15)

December 11, 2015

The sun indeed came out to play for the first full day of Festival of the Sun for 2015, a year which sees the sold out boutique Port Macquarie festival enjoy a new format, with a full two days of music and a night of arts to precede it. And we mean a full day […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Emma Beau “Samuel” (2015)

December 11, 2015

Emma Beau, a shining talent we’ve been grateful to have linked up with this year, has been a busy lady throughout 2015. Bringing her music to more and more Australian crowds on tours with the likes of Kasey Chambers, Shane Nicholson, Jon English and hip hop act Mind Over Matter, Emma has been proving time […]

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What Did You Expect? Die! Die! Die! take us through their new EP ahead of their January tour!

December 11, 2015

What Did You Expect is a rather apt title for the new EP release from the always frenetic and unpredictable Die! Die! Die! The New Zealanders came out the gates swinging with this new collection of material – five tracks of pure noise-rock greatness. Whether you’re drawn to Andrew Wilson furious vocals, the urgency of […]

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Live Review: Father John Misty – Sydney Opera House (08.12.15)

December 11, 2015

Joshua Tillman aka J. Tillman aka Father John Misty is a lyrical genius. I’m a bit of a fan. But I’ve been let down by the man before. Genius or not, we all have our off days. Lollapalooza in Chicago, earlier this year, was certainly one of them. But this night – Father John Misty’s Opera […]

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Music Video of the Day: Banoffee “Body Suit” (2015)

December 11, 2015

Banoffee‘s minimal R&B tinged sounds culminated into the stunning Do I Make You Nervous? EP, and the most recently single “Body Suit” has just received the video treatment.  Speaking of the video, Banoffee says “We wanted to create a story about the subjective nature of performance. Not to specifically point at any industry but to show the […]

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Single of the Day: Bloc Party “The Good News” (2015)

December 11, 2015

The second single from the new lineup of Bloc Party is showing the new band finding their sound once again. “The Good News” is a slower and less dance-y track than their last single, and feels a little like Blur in its undeniably cool, yet simple groove. Bloc Party will be in the country for […]

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Katie Noonan releases a new song to celebrate Woodford Folk Festival’s 30 Years

December 11, 2015

Singer-songwriter Katie Noonan has created a song named “United In Sound” to celebrate Woodford Folk Festival’s 30th Anniversary. Noonan will be performing the song at Woodford’s Welcome Ceremony on December 27th, accompanied by a 40 person orchestra chosen from the Sunshine Coast Region by local musician and composer Andrew Vievers. Evocative lyrics fill the track as […]

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This Week’s DVD Picks: Break the Rules (11th December 2015)

December 11, 2015

This week’s DVD releases all feature kick-ass ladies who aren’t afraid to break the rules. Iris 93-year-old Iris Apfel is a New York style icon, well-known for her flamboyant fashion sense and commitment to sartorial experimentation. Directed by renowned documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles (who, sadly, died six weeks before the release of his final film), […]

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate‘s Jack the Ripper DLC looks incredibly dark

December 11, 2015

Owners of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate‘s Season Pass will start reaping its benefits when the first story-based DLC featuring Jack the Ripper is released on December 15.

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DVD Review: Self/Less (USA, 2015)

December 11, 2015

Mankind’s eternal search for the fountain of youth has seen Hollywood explore more than one scenario where immortality is a reality, always at some morally reprehensible dystopic expense. Films such as Elysium,The Island, Transcendence or more recentlyChappie have approached the idea from different angles with great success. Whether director Tarsem Singh’s (The Fall, Immortals, The […]

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