Day: 6 July 2016

DMA’s announce east coast tour alongside Bad//Dreems for October

July 6, 2016

DMA‘s will be returning to Australia for a tour of some of their biggest venues played yet, taking mates Bad//Dreems out on the road as well! The October dates will have the Sydney band travelling down the east coast, taking to the likes of The Enmore, The Triffid and more with Hills End – the debut album […]

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Music Video of the Day: Remi “Substance Therapy” (2016)

July 6, 2016

As we continue to near the release of Divas and Demons, the highly anticipated sophomore album from Remi, the Melbourne rapper and his collaborator Sensible J have dropped a new single and music video to boot! “Substance Therapy” is the latest from the House of Beige dons and marks a perfect follow up to one of our favourite […]

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Single of the Day: Big Scary “The Opposite of Us” (2016)

July 6, 2016

If we weren’t already excited enough about Big Scary‘s forthcoming record Animal, they’ve just dropped the another preview of it in the track, “The Opposite of Us”. The new single strips the duo back to their integral parts; their distinctive piano sound and machine-like drum patterns. Check out “The Opposite of Us” here: Big Scary‘s new LP […]

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Blizzard drops major hint that new Overwatch character may be imminent

July 6, 2016

The official Overwatch Twitter account has posted a significant hint that a new character may already be on their way to the team-shooter. The news adds fuel to persistent theories that the new character would be a blend of sniper and support classes.

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Win a double pass to see Batman: The Killing Joke in Sydney

July 6, 2016

As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. What does it take for a person to snap? How much despair for a mind to fracture? Win a Double Pass to the Event Cinema George St screening […]

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Melbourne: Celebrate the Rio Olympics at ACMI’s RETROLYMPIAD **Correction**

July 6, 2016

With the Rio Olympics right around the corner, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne is hosting a night of food, drink, live music and retro Olympic themed video games.

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Bad Girl wins Best Film at the 28th Annual Western Australia Screen Awards

July 6, 2016

The Australian independent feature film Bad Girl is celebrating today after  taking home two awards last night at the 28th Annual Western Australia Screen Awards. Directed by Fin Edquist, the film stars Samara Weaving (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Mystery Road) and Sara West (Ash vs Evil Dead, The Daughter). It’s a thriller that sees a rebellious daughter returning […]

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Here’s what you’ll be able to see and play at this year’s EB Expo

July 6, 2016

The EB Expo 2016 announcements are still coming, with EB Games today announcing the first wave of titles that will be playable on the show floor, along with other new show features.

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Pokemon GO is finally out, this is not a drill

July 6, 2016

If you head over to the iOS and Android app stores right now, you can download Nintendo’s new altered realty title, Pokemon GO, and start collecting Pokemon in the real world.

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Tech Review: Kindle Oasis (Amazon, 2016)

July 6, 2016

The Kindle Oasis e-reader is beautiful, slim, light as a feather and feature-rich, but it also commands a price point that will sound like a joke to many. Price aside, if you’re looking to buy a Kindle and then never need another one ever again, this is the one to buy.

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Aussie Sci-Fi thriller Restoration to debut on Nine and Stan later this year

July 6, 2016

Sydney-based production company Midnight Snack Productions has closed a series of deals that will see its sci-fi thriller Restoration premiere on the Nine Network and SVOD service Stan later this year. Directed by Stuart Willis and independently produced by Midnight Snack’s Toby Gibson, Restoration is set in a near future world where humans have their memories downloaded for backup […]

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Village Cinemas Australia is launching a short film competition called Unscene

July 6, 2016

Village Cinemas Australia have announced that they will be holding a short film competition beginning this month titled Unscene. The competition, which has been designed to open some doors for budding young filmmakers, has already begun attracting participants after its July 1 kick off. The theme is “young people in the screen industry and the impact on […]

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A perfect winter’s weekend in Bathurst, NSW (Australia)

July 6, 2016

Boasting arts, culture, and heritage, Bathurst is the perfect weekend getaway destination. Only a 3-hour drive from Sydney, Bathurst is the oldest inland settlement in Australia. I ventured to Bathurst to explore its historic city centre, the winter festival, and the budding food scene. Bathurst Winter Festival We checked out Ignite the Night, the opening event […]

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Lorne Festival of Performing Arts announces 2016 lineup

July 6, 2016

Now in its 6th year, the Festival of Performing Arts (FOPA) has announced the major acts for the three day festival, which will take place from the 2nd to the 4th of September, in the Surf Coast of Lorne, Victoria. Heading the line-up are Tom Gleeson, Denise Scott, and All Our Exes Live in Texas. Started by the Lorne Community Arts […]

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Refugees exhibition to open at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre this winter

July 6, 2016

Showcasing the work of over 20 artists from refugee backgrounds, Casula Powerhouse will present a free exhibition, featuring 65 works that aim to humanise both the current refugee crisis and similar situations from global history. With 22 international and Australian artists behind the 65 works on display, over 120 years of refugee history will be […]

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Max Brenner up their hot chocolate game for World Chocolate Day

July 6, 2016

Australia has the good fortune to be in the midst of winter when World Chocolate Day (today, July 7th) rolls around each year, which usually means that across the country people will be dipping their marshmallows in a comfortable cup of hot chocolate. One of the most ubiquitous chocolate cafes in the country, Max Brenner […]

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The Resident is Darlinghurst’s bright new Mediterranean restaurant (Sydney)

July 6, 2016

Acclaimed chef Pablo Tordesillas (Ortiga) has come on board for one of Sydney’s newest and most exciting CBD restaurants, which opened up right near Hyde Park at the end of last month. Titled The Resident, the new venture from the team behind dumpling staple Lotus Dining is focused on bringing an original take on Mediterranean […]

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Sydney’s Prime Steak Restaurant launches premium meat-only degustation menu

July 6, 2016

Long-standing and highly regarded Sydney steak restaurant Prime in CBD hub GPO Grand has claimed to have launched the world’s first premium meat-only degustation menu, offered alongside their awarded a la carte option. In a response of a reinvigorated interested in highest quality cuts, the new offering will feature seven courses showcasing Australia’s finest steaks, […]

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The Lobo Plantation team open Parisian inspired small bar Kittyhawk (Sydney)

July 6, 2016

This past week, the team behind Sydney’s wildly popular Lobo Plantation, launched their long awaited second venture Kittyhawk, a 175 capacity cocktail bar which draws influence from the historic Liberation of Paris on August 25th, 1944. Co-owners Jared Merlino, Michael Hwang and Eddie Levy, worked alongside Alex Zabotto-Bentley from the award-winning design agency AZBcreative, to […]

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Review: Mezza Train – Mascot (Sydney)

July 6, 2016

On the surface, you’d probably be right in thinking that Japanese and Lebanese cuisine have virtually zero in common. I mean they rhyme, but that’s probably about it, right? Enter Mezza Train, the first restaurant of its kind in Australia (or possibly the world) that serves mezze-style dishes on a Japanese “sushi train” type conveyor belt.  For the […]

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Review: Yakitori Yurippi – Crows Nest (Sydney)

July 6, 2016

Winter isn’t coming, it’s here and hell-bent on freezing the behings of every Sydneysider. But aside from your usual comfort foods of soups, stews and ramen, taking a trip to your local yakitori den also works as a keep warm tactic. That’s exactly what we did last week when the good guys at Yurippi in Crows […]

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