Day: 6 March 2016

Live Review: Sufjan Stevens + NGAIIRE – QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane (04.03.16)

March 6, 2016

QPAC Concert Hall – seemingly as tall as it is long and with 1800 seats – is a bloody big venue and needs some big noises to make it feel full. It’s clear within seconds that Sydney’s Ngaiire, supporting Sufjan Stevens on this tour, is a singer who is more than up to the task. Diminutive […]

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Album Review: Kendrick Lamar – untitled unmastered (2016 EP)

March 6, 2016

Kendrick Lamar‘s To Pimp a Butterfly has been hyped as much as it has for some very good reasons and we’re still yet to see how that album will continue to grow, influence, and inspire the next generation of discerning emcees, who will hopefully seek a similar impact to the one Lamar has had over […]

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The Rubens on Groovin’ the Moo, their love of hip-hop and more!

March 6, 2016

The Rubens have had what could be described as the perfect start to the year; winning the Hottest 100 with their track “Hoops”, spearheading the Groovin the Moo line-up, and announcing their biggest headline tour yet. It’s going to be a busy year for Australia’s favourite rockers, so keyboardist Elliot Margin gives us the lowdown […]

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gets locked in for a fourth season

March 6, 2016

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans will be relieved to hear that the series has been renewed for another year. Despite the series’ rocky reception both in the States and abroad, it’s made some significant contributions to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe – from introducing the superpowered Inhumans to continuing the fight against terrorist organization Hydra started in Captain […]

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Assassins Creed film is already getting a sequel

March 6, 2016

The Michael Fassbender-fronted adaption of Ubisoft’s historical open-world video game series isn’t due till December but 20th Century Fox and New Regency have already working towards releasing a sequel, The Tracking Board reports. It’s hard to know what to expect from Assassins Creed. Though we’ve gotten a few stills here and there from the film, no official trailers have yet […]

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Sandman film loses Joseph Gordon-Levitt

March 6, 2016

Less than a day after news broke that The Conjuring 2 screenwriter Eric Heisserer had joining the adaption of Neil Gaiman‘s long running comic series, news has broken that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is parting ways with the film. Gordon-Levitt and screenwriter David Goyer were regarded as the major creative figures behind recent efforts to free the film from ‘development-hell’ and move […]

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Video Games Interview: Jeff Gregg chats about World of Tanks arriving on PS4

March 6, 2016

It looks good and it plays better than it’s predecessors; World of Tanks, Wargaming’s multiplayer phenomenon, has now gone live on Playstation 4, free to play for anyone with a Playstation account irrespective of whether or not they subscribe to Playstation Plus (although the “Plus” members had access to a premium bundle on launch). Maintaining […]

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Reasons Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice could be terrible

March 6, 2016

There are plenty of reasons to be excited about the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Ben Affleck‘s more comic-inspired take on The Dark Knight,  the bold premise, the rapid expansion of the shared canvas upon which DC’s superhero films are set to take place. However, there are also a lot of reasons to be concerned. […]

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Good times for a good cause: Bars March returns to celebrate bar culture and animal rights

March 6, 2016

Here’s something to raise your glass to: Bars March, a month-long event that will make any bar aficionado happy, is back in 2016, and it’s all for raising money for animal charities. More than just a celebration of bar culture, Bars March brings together over 50 venues across the city, helping to raise money for the Animal Welfare League […]

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Recap: March Into Merivale’s “Wok On” packs Establishment with Asian eats and hip hop beats (Sydney)

March 6, 2016

The current March Into Merivale festival continued throughout this past week, with the strongest event being Wok On, one of the signature events of Merivale’s massive food and wine festival, and once again amongst the most wildly popular of the extensive program. Establishment was packed out early for the three-hour event, which called upon the […]

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