Day: 7 February 2016

Live Review: José González – Sydney Opera House (06.02.16)

February 7, 2016

In the country to tour his third studio record Vestiges and Claws, which was released a year ago this month, Sweden’s José González made his Sydney Opera House debut last night, accompanied by a four piece band. José, who is no stranger to our shores either in solo or Junip mode (the project that preceded […]

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Live Review: Gillian Welch – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide (03.02.16)

February 7, 2016

Wednesday marked a momentous occasion in folk/country history, as Gillian Welch and musical partner Dave Rawlings presented their first ever concert in Adelaide. Apparently it had been a long time coming – the duo managed to completely sell out Her Majesty’s Theatre. The crowd was large, and made up almost entirely of either people in […]

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Film Review: Deadpool (MA15+, USA, 2016)

February 7, 2016

For a while there it looked like the only version of Deadpool we’d ever see on the big screen was the somewhat cringe-inducing one we saw in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Studio execs at Fox were unsure about how to move forward with the character and make it a viable film. But when some test footage […]

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Anne Edmonds talks about touring her latest show That’s Eddotainment!

February 7, 2016

The sound of Anne Edmonds’ dog barks as soon as we start our conversation that – despite being on the telephone – brings a homely touch to our interview. Edmonds herself hasn’t been staying at her home of Melbourne too much. She just arrived from a bunch of stand-up dates in London where she toured […]

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Belles Hot Chicken and Icebergs Dining are duking it out today in Surry Hills for Superbowl 50 (Sydney)

February 7, 2016

While the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos do battle in California’s mammoth Levi’s Stadium, Sydney is pitting two equally weighted food legends against each other in Surry Hills. Taking place at Harpoon Harry, the fight will pit Belles Hot Chicken champ Morgan McGlone against Icebergs Dining Room & Bar legend Monty Koludrovic, and it doesn’t […]

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Review: Barrio Cellar’s Mexican Banquet – CBD (Sydney)

February 7, 2016

Barrio Cellar, near the corner of Martin Place and Elizabeth Street, is unarguably one of the best late-night bar and diners in the area; an underground hub of Tequila, Mezcal, and Mexican eats that keeps drawing people in like flies unable to tempt the bright red neon “Everything with Tequila” sign which greets you before […]

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Review: Glass Brasserie’s Chinese New Year Menu 2016 – CBD (Sydney)

February 7, 2016

Luke Mangan’s grand Glass Brasserie is still one of the most reputable in the area, attached to the lush Hilton Sydney with it’s thousand-deep list of wines and award-winning food. A dining experience here has a premium feel but unlike many other restaurants of a similar ilk, there’s still something charmingly casual and easy-going in […]

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Review: 400 Gradi – Brunswick (Melbourne) (revisited February 2016)

February 7, 2016

Italian restaurant 400 Gradi in East Brunswick is synonymous with delectable cuisine, impeccable service, and an atmosphere that always seems to be buzzing. Having previously visited esteemed chef Johnny Di Francesco’s restaurants twice before, I was sure that third time would certainly be just as charming, with even more to try. Dim lighting greeted us […]

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Review: The Ternary – Pyrmont (Sydney) (revisited February 2016)

February 7, 2016

Both Sydneysiders and visitors to this great city may know the large, salmon-coloured Novotel building in Darling Harbour. What they may not realise is that this hotel also houses a great restaurant called The Ternary. This is the brain-child of Executive chef, Anthony Flowers and the perfect place to experience a memorable dining experience, which […]

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Review: Indu – CBD (Sydney)

February 7, 2016

Indian food isn’t hard to come across in Sydney, but whether or not that Indian food is good, unique, and worthwhile is a different story. Amidst all the excessively creamy take-a-way butter chickens and greasy cheese naans (always a guilty pleasure), there are some truly fascinating dishes to be had in Indian restaurants from Woolloomooloo […]

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