Day: 30 June 2016

Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Liz Stringer “Anyone” (2016)

June 30, 2016

It’s album release day for the wonderfully talented Liz Stringer, as her fifth studio record All The Bridges, is now out for fans to finally get around! To celebrate the release, we’re excited to share the third and final music video from her session at Type Foundry – watch “Anyone”, below! Catch Liz on the road from the […]

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Panic! At The Disco announce Australian tour dates for January 2017

June 30, 2016

Panic! At The Disco have announced their Australian return, setting their eyes on Aussie venues next January. Bringing their acclaimed fifth record Death of a Bachelor out to the country for the first time, the band is aiming to show Australian fans just how far they’ve come, musically, with their new collection of sounds. When we interviewed […]

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The Forgotten Island Festival returns in 2016, taking place in Indonesia this September

June 30, 2016

The Forgotten Island Festival returns in 2016, this time heading to the Indonesian island of Gili Trawangan this September 27th and 28th. Featuring some awesome Australian and international electronica artists, the festival will be offering a boutique festival unlike any other, guaranteed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4xO62ovNeI Gili Trawangan is situated on the north west coast of Lombok and a few hours […]

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Single of the Day: The John Steel Singers “Midnight At The Plutonium” (2016)

June 30, 2016

The John Steel Singers get funky on new single, “Midnight At The Plutonium” a noticeably new direction for the Brissy favourites to have headed in. Over the last few years, they’ve been working on new music reflective of their jump down a rabbit hole in exploring funk and soul-infused records from the 70’s and in bringing […]

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Todd Sibbin (Adelaide) takes us through The Bottled Ship Got Freedom, track by track

June 30, 2016

Adelaide musician Todd Sibbin has been crafting some well honed pieces of songwriting for some time now, but in recent single releases, he’s been garnering more and more attention for his heartfelt approach to music and lyricism. Recent single “Firetrain” nabbed the attention of triple j’s Richard Kingsmill, likening Sibbin’s sound to Conor Oberst and noting the […]

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The Falls Festival heads downtown in 2017, hitting the streets of Freo in WA in January!

June 30, 2016

Exciting news for Falls Festival fans on the west coast! Next January, the streets of Freo are going to be taken over by one of the summer’s best music and arts events! Showcasing the best local, national and international sounds, the Falls Festival is breaking from their traditional set up for the first time and […]

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Music Video of the Day: Cane Hill “You’re So Wonderful” (2016)

June 30, 2016

They’re soon to be out on the road with Bullet For My Valentine and Atreyu but for now, New Orleans heavy rockers Cane Hill have given us a new music video to keep us hyped for their upcoming Australian tour dates. The new visuals for their single “You’re So Wonderful” are engaging, while the song itself filters through […]

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SAFIA announce national tour dates off the back of debut album Internal news!

June 30, 2016

It feels like we’ve been waiting an age for this, but the wait is over – SAFIA have finally announced details of their debut album! Their record, Internal, will be with fans this September, scheduled for release via Parlophone. The trio have become one of the country’s favourite touring bands and if recent numbers are anything to go […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Death Skull “Stoned” (2016)

June 30, 2016

You probably will recognise Sean Cook from Newcastle punk rock, party starting group MAIDS. Today, he shows us a different side of his musicality, stepping out under a solo moniker in Death Skull. The first offering from Death Skull has come in the form of “Stoned”, which sees the songwriter get personal about drug dependency and the hold it […]

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What’s Your Flava? – Highlighting diversity within the Australian music industry (Part One)

June 30, 2016

In Australia, we are lucky to be exposed to such a large variety of musical and artistic talent from artists who come from many different backgrounds. A multicultural national creative community for sure, it is fair to say that the Australian music scene is showing more and more signs of diversification in recent years than […]

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2K formally announces BioShock: The Collection

June 30, 2016

Following a series of leaked screenshots yesterday, publisher 2K have faced the music and dropped an official announcement trailer for BioShock: The Collection, a remastered omnibus of all three games in the series for current generation systems.

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Netflix picks up Lost In Space series reboot

June 30, 2016

Reported by The A.V Club, Netflix announced that they will be picking up the reboot series of Lost In Space, with plans to unleash the first ten-episode season. The reboot has been quoted to be a “reimagining of the campy ’60s sci-fi show”. The producer known for his work on Prison Break Zach Estrin will […]

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Netflix will be streaming all seasons of Gilmore Girls globally on July 1

June 30, 2016

For those that have a bad case of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), Netflix and Gilmore Girls‘ Lauren Graham made the epic announcement on Tuesday that the popular teen series will be available to stream globally starting July 1. This means if you are an account holder of Netflix Australia, you will have access to all 153 […]

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Barkhad Abdi joins cast for Blade Runner film sequel

June 30, 2016

Reported by Variety, it’s been announced that Barkhad Abdi will be joining the cast for the Blade Runner film sequel. Abdi will be joining other fellow actors including Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Carla Juri and Dave Bautista. The announcement was made by Alcon Entertainment co-founders and co-CEOs Andrew Kosove and […]

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There’s a Food Truck Festival happening at the Coburg Drive-In this July!

June 30, 2016

Attention lovers of all kinds (particularly those who geek out over films and love a good feed). Melbourne’s Coburg Drive-In will be officially bringing your your favourite food trucks and films over two consecutive days as part of their Food Truck Festival this July. If you’re looking for a perfect date night solution, you can […]

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Cine Latino to highlight the best of Latino cinema this August!

June 30, 2016

For those that like their films with a foreign touch, there will be a new festival opening up this August showcasing the best of Latino cinema titled Cine Latino. The aim of the festival will celebrate the diversity in Latin American cinema, showcasing the best films from countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Cuba, Uruguay, […]

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Ben Affleck reflects on playing Batman in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice

June 30, 2016

Ben Affleck was a man long destined to be the caped crusader. A man so mirrored to the bat, he’d even built himself his very own Batcave inside his home. Having embodied the fiction of Bruce Wayne, Affleck found himself stepping into the suit for the first time to bring another first to cinemas, battling […]

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DVD Review: Triple 9 (USA, 2016)

June 30, 2016

When it comes to modern crime thrillers, film sometimes has trouble competing with television. Each year sees dozens of TV series – prime-time, cable and otherwise – tackle the genre and for a film to really stand out against this herd and compete with stuff like True Detective or Luther, it has to go big or go home. […]

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uberPOOL continues its international roll out in Singapore – but when will Australia get the service?

June 30, 2016

Those who have travelled to places like Los Angeles and New York in recent years may have come across a service called uberPOOL, an option within the Uber app that allows you to share your journey with strangers to reduce the cost of your trip. You save around 25% on your journey, with the only […]

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Flight Review: Premium Economy to London with Air New Zealand – Leg Two – Auckland to Los Angeles (NZ2)

June 30, 2016

Earlier this week, Jennifer started her journey to London with Air New Zealand with her first leg from Melbourne to Auckland (You can read that review HERE). Today she takes us on the second leg, from Auckland to Los Angeles on Air New Zealand‘s remarkable Premium Economy “Spaceseat” service, abroad their stunning Boeing 777-300 aircraft. Airline: Air New […]

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Travel Diary: Sydney based musician Patrick James hits the road in Australia with The Paper Kites

June 30, 2016

Born and raised Port Macquarie man Patrick James is quickly moving from strength to strength as he debuts his first album, Outlier. Building his art by busking in the streets of Sydney, James is now headlining his own sold out shows, while supporting the likes of Boy & Bear, Pete Murray, Josh Pyke, Emma Louise and more. Check out this travel […]

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Opera Review: The Love For Three Oranges – Opera Australia, Sydney Opera House

June 30, 2016

A king desperate to find a way to make his melancholic hypochondriac of a son, the crown prince, laugh; a clown who employs the help of tumblers and strange colourful creatures to put on a performance to get that laugh; a wizard, a sorcerer, a quest; princesses who come out of oranges and a cross-dressing […]

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New Kylie Minogue exhibition announced for Arts Centre Melbourne

June 30, 2016

A celebration of iconic Aussie musician Kylie Minogue will open at Arts Centre Melbourne in September. The free exhibition, Kylie On Stage, will focus on some of the singer’s most magical moments from concert tours throughout her career, featuring costumes dating as far back as 1989. “Touring and live performance has been such a big […]

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Angela Betzien’s The Hanging to receive world premiere this July

June 30, 2016

Sydney Theatre Company are set to start a run of The Hanging, by 2013 Patrick White Fellow Angela Betzien in late July. The production will feature Puberty Blues and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries actress Ashleigh Cummings in her STC debut. The Hanging follows the aftermath of the disappearance of three teenage girls in the Melbourne hinterland. When […]

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