Day: 22 July 2016

The State of Affairs (July 22, 2016): Dark Mofo receive new 5 year grant & more!

July 22, 2016

This week in the music industry, Tasmania’s hugely successful midwinter festival Dark Mofo has received a new five year funding agreement from the Tasmanian Government, the finalists for the 2016 Art Music Awards have been announced and the National Live Music Awards announces its launch. New funding for Dark Mofo The Tasmanian Government, through Events Tasmania, […]

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Album News Weekly: 22nd July 2016

July 22, 2016

In this issue: Bright Eyes announce the re-release of their six album catalogue, Nick Waterhouse to release his third studio record, Alex Watts announces details of his new album Another Step In The Dark, Slowly Slowly anticipate the release of their debut album Chamomile and Seekae’s Alex Cameron strikes out with solo album of his […]

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Music Video of the Day: JOY. “Like Home” (2016)

July 22, 2016

JOY. has delivered another tight cut of music to add to her list of impressive releases! The music video for “Like Home” is here, JOY.’s first piece of new music since the acclaimed Ode EP saw the producer out on the road for some very well received tour dates. Working with Joel Burrows and producers Entropico on the visuals for her […]

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The first trailer has dropped for the second series of Netflix’s Narcos

July 22, 2016

It feels like every day we’re getting a new Netflix series announcement at the moment, and today is no different. The US based streaming platform has today revealed the second series trailer of the acclaimed drama Narcos, alongside some first look images – a few of which you can view within this article. The entire […]

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Join the cult of monster with this Eye of the Devil inspired trailer for Melbourne’s Monster Fest 2016

July 22, 2016

The horror is already settling as the first trailer for Monster Fest 2016 has hit the net with an eerie and nostalgic two minutes of tantalizing horror. The trailer from Monster Pictures co-founder Neil Foley and filmmaker Mark Bakaitis (Cult Girls) was inspired by J. Lee Thompson’s 1966 flick Eye of the Devil, which also […]

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Talking with comedian and actor Gregg Turkington about the sad life of Neil Hamburger

July 22, 2016

Amongst other things, Gregg Turkington and Tim Heidecker spoke briefly in their comedy The Comedy about what the life of Gregg’s alter ego Neil Hamburger would be like offstage. It was almost four years on when we finally got to see exactly how that life would be in his latest film, Entertainment. One time Australian Gregg […]

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Say goodbye to your social life as Presto announces August releases

July 22, 2016

Australia’s exclusive streaming service Presto has an amazing lineup in store, with today’s announcement featuring excellent domestic and international films and television shows that are guaranteed to harness you from seeing daylight for the entire month of August. The upcoming lineup includes a variety of award-winning HBO and Showtime series, including Seasons 1-3 of the hilarious […]

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Oz Comic-Con returning to Sydney and Brisbane in September

July 22, 2016

The haven for Australian pop culture nerds will be returning to Sydney and Brisbane in September as this year’s Oz Comic-Con will feature an array of special guests, cosplay competitions, exclusive features and collectables galore. Headlining guests for the Sydney and Brisbane rounds include Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files, Stargate: Atlantis),  Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones), Keisha Castle-Hughes […]

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Win a double pass to see Down Under, in cinemas August 11

July 22, 2016

A black comedy set during the aftermath of the Cronulla riots, Down Under is the story of two carloads of hotheads from both sides of the fight destined to collide. Sincere, though misguided, intent gives way to farcical ineptitude as this hilarious yet poignant story of ignorance, fear and kebab-cravings unfolds, and what was meant […]

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Let’s stream some 80’s nostalgia: Our first impressions of Netflix’s Stranger Things

July 22, 2016

As I delved deeper and deeper into the mysterious series Stranger Things, I started to worry it was going to lose a lot of its charm as the mystery wore off. Let me tell you, it does not. Gripping is a word I try not to use lightly, but that is just what this show is. […]

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Inflight internet will be introduced to Virgin Australia flights from 2017

July 22, 2016

The Australian Business Traveller reported yesterday that Virgin Australia will be the latest international carrier to turn on an inflight wi-fi service, joining the likes of Delta, Singapore Airlines, Virgin America and many, many more. The news comes five months after Qantas  announced they would be the first Australian carrier to introduce free Wi-Fi to […]

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Hotel Review: Deluxe Room at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek (Florida, USA)

July 22, 2016

Today we’re excited to kick off a series of content from our recent travels to the Theme Park Capital of the world: Orlando, Florida. However, we start not at a theme park, but at a resort that serves as a peaceful getaway from the action at both the Disney resorts and the nearby Universal Studios […]

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Carriageworks to present first major Australian exhibition of Italian artist Francesco Clemente

July 22, 2016

In an Australian first, contemporary Italian artist Francesco Clemente will head up the second major international exhibition in the Schwartz Carriageworks series, opening on July 30th. The Schwartz Carriageworks series is a joint venture between art dealer Anna Schwartz and Carriageworks director Lisa Havilah, bringing major international artists to Australian audiences. First announced in 2015, the partnership earlier […]

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Melbourne’s Royal Stacks expand to Sydney’s Chatswood with first NSW store

July 22, 2016

Melbourne burger don Dani Zeini (Dandenong Pavilion, Easy’s, Truck Stop Deluxe, and more) is planning on bringing his popular Royal Stacks up the east coast to Sydney’s Chatswood in a little over a month from now. Confirmed recently, the popular burger joint will be opening up its first ever NSW store in Westfield Chatswood, sharpening […]

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The Lord Gladstone are dishing up Wu-Tang Baogers and Shaolin fries this weekend (Sydney)

July 22, 2016

For their monthly Burger Lords series, controversial Chippendale pub The Lord Gladstone have put together a fresh new creation they are triumphantly calling The Wu-Tang Baoger. Seemingly, the pub crew have reached found this recipe in the slums of Shaolin, crafting something not even Raekwon the Chef has cooked up before, mashing up a bao […]

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Sydney’s eastern suburbs are getting a new Texas-style BBQ series with “Up In Smoke”

July 22, 2016

Trained under prominent Brooklyn-based pitmaster Nestor Laracuente, Sydney based BBQ champ Dan the Man has decided that his hometown should never want for low-and-slow BBQ, making plans to introduce a new “Up In Smoke” series to kick off this August. Setting up shop the first Friday of every month for the rest of the year, […]

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