Day: 19 April 2016

Glass Animals touring Australian east coast this July!

April 19, 2016

Yep, yep, yep – book these dates in now. Returning to Australia this July for a quick three-show run down the east coast are Glass Animals. We haven’t seen them in Australia since they did the Falls Festival tour plus some shows of their own a little while back, but they continued to maintain a solid and favourable […]

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Music Video of the Day: L-FRESH the LION “1 in 100,000” (2016)

April 19, 2016

L-FRESH the LION is a hip hop artist Australia should be fiercely proud of. His music is hard hitting, weaving some powerful and heartfelt lyricism with equally as impressive production and with his sophomore album Become, he’s set to reach more people, no doubt about it. In his latest single, “1 in 100,000”, L-FRESH the LION goes in […]

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Kaytranada bringing the 99.9% tour through to Australia and NZ in October!

April 19, 2016

Australia and NZ have been slotted into Kaytranada‘s first ever world tour, with the Canadian producer coming over our way for a run of hotly anticipated club dates in October! Kaytranada’s debut album 99.9% is out next month and comes with some killer collaborations that are sure to have this LP ranked as one of the best […]

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Single of the Day: Klue “So Good” (2016)

April 19, 2016

Sydney artist Klue has dropped his new tune in “So Good” and well, the title pretty much says it all. The producer/vocalist/multi-instrumentalist has backed up what was an equally as impressive single in “Hiding” with this new song, giving us another taste of the music to come on his debut EP, Daybreak. His vocals draw […]

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Paul Kelly to be honoured by Support Act at ‘Music In The House’ event this May!

April 19, 2016

Paul Kelly is set to be recognised and honoured for his services and contributions to the Australian music community at Support Act’s ‘Music in the House’ event in Sydney next month. The ceremony, taking place at The Ivy Ballroom on May 18th, will see Kelly awarded the special charity award, while artists Julia Stone, Thelma Plum and Urthboy have been confirmed […]

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Album Review: Violent Soho – WACO (2016 LP)

April 19, 2016

As a populace, Australia has known Violent Soho have been building towards stardom for the better part of this decade. While their first and sophomore records (We Don’t Belong Here and Violent Soho) received little praise and only minor success, 2013’s Hungry Ghost was the punch-in-the-face and kick-in-the-teeth that rightly put Violent Soho on the […]

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Live Review: The Vines – Newtown Social Club, Sydney (14.04.16)

April 19, 2016

Craig Nicholls‘ reputation precedes him. As The Vines’ lead singer, he’s been through a lot over the years, but tonight, the music is the focus. We’re treated to stripped back versions of the laid back Vines’ songs, as well as a few covers (spoiler alert, there was no “Ms Jackson”), and the night was enjoyable […]

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Download the Splendour in the Grass app and go into the running to win festival tickets for yourself & three mates!

April 19, 2016

Splendour in the Grass tickets are going to be few and far between once those bad boys go on sale (remember – 9am sharp, April 21st), but the good folk behind Australia’s premiere winter music event are giving you the opportunity to nab not one, not two, but three festival passes with a new competition they recently […]

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James Cameron announces 4 Avatar sequels

April 19, 2016

At 20th Century Fox’s CinemaCon presentation on Thursday, director James Cameron announced that there  will be 4 sequels to 2009’s Avatar. “We’ve begun to bump up against the limitations of our art form,” said Cameron, “there’s just too much story.” Although they are subject to change, Cameron reeled off some expected dates for the films: Avatar […]

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Jon Faverau is headed back to work with Marvel again

April 19, 2016

The Jungle Book only just opened but director Jon Favreau is already planning his next big move, with his recent announcement that he’ll be serving as producer on the next two Avengers films. “I talk to them about it all the time. I’ve worked both in front of and behind the camera with Marvel and I […]

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Sherpa: Trouble on Everest wins Perth’s International Arts Festival Film Audience Award

April 19, 2016

Jennifer Peedom‘s  documentary Sherpa: Trouble on Everest has won  an Audience Award at Perth’s International Arts Festival. Jennifer Peedom said: “I’m thrilled that Sherpa has been so incredibly well received by audiences at the Perth International Arts Festival. It’s validating to know that the film is connecting with the Australian audience so well and this audience award is […]

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Australian Box Office Report: The King of the Jungle outplays The Boss

April 19, 2016

Hello Folks, We have a new #1. Outscoring The Huntsman Winter’s War in first place is The Jungle Book. Hitting the $290 million mark  around the globe, critics are responding very well to the film. Stellar casting and visually impressive landscapes have put Disney on top again. As for Melissa McCarthy’s The Boss, well, that came in at second place with a […]

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TV Review: Girls Season 5 (USA, 2016)

April 19, 2016

Season 5 of Girls sees the show take more risks than ever before and, when all is said and done, it feels like the show comes out a little more mature – as do its characters. Season 5 picks up a few months after 4, with Hannah (Lena Dunham) having moved on from her relationship with Adam (Adam Driver) […]

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Five Indie Science Fiction Flicks Worth Catching Before Midnight Special

April 19, 2016

One of the reasons behind the enduring popularity of science fiction is that it’s a genre with plenty for both big blockbusters like Star Wars or Star Trek and smaller, more thoughtful films like the upcoming Midnight Special. In anticipation of Jeff Nichols‘ upcoming film, we thought we’d compile a collection of indie science fiction films that fans […]

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World-renowned mixologist joins Seabourn to create exclusive cocktail menu

April 19, 2016

Luxury cruise line Seabourn has recently announced a partnership with world-renowned mixologist Brian Van Flandern to enhance its bar offerings as the fleet continues to modernise their food and beverage offerings in the lead up to their newest luxury ship, the Seabourn Encore. As well as working with Seabourn’s bar team to standarise the classics, […]

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Making A Murderer attorneys to tour Australia

April 19, 2016

Netflix fans rejoice! Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, defence attorneys on binge watch favourite Making A Murderer will visit Australia later this year, speaking to audiences across the country about the show and the American legal system. Australian fans are invited to watch and participate in a moderated discussion and Q&A session with the two lawyers, with five dates set […]

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Billy Crystal to return to Australia for winter tour

April 19, 2016

Comedy legend Billy Crystal, along with Gold Logie nominated television presenter Andrew Denton, will be touring the country in July and August. Best known for his roles in movies such as When Harry Met Sally, The Princess Bride, and Analyze This, as well as his nine-time stint as Oscars host, Crystal will sit down in conversation with Denton […]

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The Airbnb of dinner parties, WelcomeOver, has launched in Australia

April 19, 2016

Today, it has been announced that what could be described as the Airbnb of dinner parties, WelcomeOver, has officially launched in Australia, bringing the country it’s very first community-driven dinner hosting service. Similar and successful services already exist around the world, and WelcomeOver seeks to mirror the unique technology, creating a platform to give everyone […]

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Johnnie Walker reveal the John Walker & Sons Private Collection 2016 Edition

April 19, 2016

The world’s best selling Scotch Whisky brand, Johnnie Walker, have recently announced that have released the new ultra premium John Walker & Sons Private Collection 2016 Edition by Master Blender Jim Beveridge, making available just 8,888 individually numbered decanters for the third entry in a series that seeks to highlight the brand’s innovative spirit as […]

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Asia’s 50 best bars for 2016 have been named

April 19, 2016

Just a few weeks ago the authoritative publication Worlds50bestbars.com debuted their Asian-focused list, sifting through the many elaborate, speakeasy, rustic, and futuristic bars around Asia to come up with a comprehensive, ranked list. Working through the rich stock of bars was no easy feat, as explained by Asia’s 50 Best Bars Editor Hamish Smith who […]

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Morgan McGlone’s Dining Room launches at Harpoon Harry (Sydney)

April 19, 2016

You may have already heard that the mastermind behind Belles Hot Chicken, Morgan McGlone, is digging deeper into the culinary repertoire he sharpened over in Nashville and Charleston for his newfound residency in the kitchen’s of Surry Hills venue Hotel Harry. The boutique hotel’s restaurant, Harpoon Harry, has already seen a substantial change for their […]

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Review: The Academy Kitchen & Bar – Richmond (Melbourne)

April 19, 2016

A warmly lit interior greeted us on Friday night as we arrived at The Academy Kitchen & Bar, highly anticipating their new Autumn menu. We were seated by our lovely waitress Krissy and informed that owner/chef extraordinaire Will Manning would be cooking us up a feast. It’s an instantly comforting feeling being part of the […]

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On the Shelf: Aussielent – putting the powdered meal replacement to the test

April 19, 2016

I adore food. I love to eat. On occasion, I even enjoy cooking. I’m enamoured with burgers and burritos, and I’m Italian, so my appetite for pizza and pasta is commensurate with my heritage and then some. A terrible roadblock to that problem is that I’m prodigiously lazy. I consider food preparation for breakfast and lunch mundane […]

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Guylian open a new express chocolate cafe at HSBC Building (Sydney)

April 19, 2016

Belgian chocolate brand Guylian have expanded their chocolate cafe reach in Sydney, now opening up a nice and central location in the heart of an evolving George St precinct, designing an express style cafe at the newly renovated HSBC Building opposite Event Cinemas. Opening today, Friday 15th April, the renowned chocolate brand hopes to bring […]

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