Day: 22 September 2016

Music Video of the Day: Gordi “So Here We Are” (2016)

September 22, 2016

Gordi, Gordi, Gordi. Talk about a great year this lady has been having. Recently performing on Fallon alongside Bon Iver recently, the songstress continues to adds impressive feats to her list of goals smashed this year so far. The music video for her new single, “So Here We Are”, fits in perfectly on the list too, with […]

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Architects to host in-store signing session at 24Hundred HQ in Richmond tomorrow afternoon

September 22, 2016

UPDATE for all Architects fans wondering if the band would be doing anything while in Melbourne, now that their shows with Bring Me The Horizon have been cancelled: you can meet the band and get your merch signed tomorrow, September 23rd. While a headline tour is in the works to make it up to fans in Melbourne and […]

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Bring Me The Horizon cancel remaining Australian tour dates due to Oli Sykes’ illness

September 22, 2016

Adelaide Bring Me The Horizon fans were left out in the cold on Tuesday night with the band pulling their highly anticipated show with Architects due to the severity of frontman Oli Sykes‘ throat infection, now diagnosed as acute laryngitis. Sadly, the band has now had to cancel the rest of their tour, which included two dates in Melbourne […]

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Single of the Day: Cosmo Thundercat “Warning Bell” (2016)

September 22, 2016

Adelaide’s Cosmo Thundercat have already built up a solid name for themselves on the local circuit but with recent shows, a spot within the popular Tram Sessions series in Melbourne and now, with new single “Warning Bell”, the folk-rock trio are starting to make some waves beyond. While their debut EP dropped back in 2014, the boys have […]

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Yacht Club DJs emerge back into the spotlight for ‘one last’ Australian tour

September 22, 2016

Gaz and Guy are back for one last run. For the first time in two years, the Ballarat duo lovingly known to audiences around the country as Yacht Club DJs re-emerged for a cheeky show for SOSUEME’s 9th Birthday in Sydney and then another little gig in Byron Bay last month and at the beginning of September. So much was the great […]

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Akala bringing 10th anniversary tour to Australia and New Zealand this December

September 22, 2016

Celebrating 10 years in the game, respected and renowned artists Akala will be heading to Australia and New Zealand at the end of the year for some shows not to be missed. His work has drawn comparisons with the likes of Gil Scott-Heron and Saul Williams in the past, but in his work as both a writer and hip […]

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Mary J. Blige and Corinne Bailey Rae lead strong second artist reveal for Bluesfest 2017

September 22, 2016

Thank you, Bluesfest lords. The second announcement for the 2017 event is here, with some of our favourite internationals set to come through Byron Bay for some special shows over the Easter weekend. Mary J. Blige, Michael Kiwanuka, Corinne Bailey Rae and more have been announced today on the Bluesfest bill, as tickets for the multi-day festival continue to […]

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Listen to The Weeknd’s link up with Daft Punk on new album’s title track, “Starboy”

September 22, 2016

The Weeknd sent his fans into meltdown recently, with a new haircut and deleting all of his Instagram posts, save for four posts indicating his new phase. “Rip @abelxo”, the Canadian artist wrote beneath one of his new press shots, continuing to hype up his much-anticipated new album Starboy. Now, he’s given fans a taste of what to […]

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Clea talks releasing new music over the summer, touring with a full band and more!

September 22, 2016

Clea has had one great 2016 so far. The Brisbane singer and songwriter has been drip-feeding new music to a growing fanbase around the country and as we approach the end of the year, she’s still got some surprises up her sleeve. At BIGSOUND this year, Clea sat down with Larry to chat about the opportunities the […]

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Dan Brown fans unite! Win a MASSIVE Inferno prize pack!

September 22, 2016

Academy Award winner Ron Howard returns to direct the latest bestseller in Dan Brown’s (The Da Vinci Code) billion-dollar Robert Langdon series, Inferno, which finds the famous symbologist (again played by Tom Hanks) on a trail of clues tied to the great Dante himself. When Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he […]

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Win a double pass to see Boyz N The Hood at In The House in Sydney

September 22, 2016

Boyz N The Hood follows the lives of three young males living in the Crenshaw ghetto of Los Angeles, dissecting questions of race, relationships, violence and future prospects. Nominated for two oscars this critically acclaimed film is set for a special screening at Event Cinemas George St on September 30th. Join David “Quinny” Quinn from […]

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New trailer for Shin Godzilla released; Australian and New Zealand cinema release announced

September 22, 2016

The first Godzilla film in a decade, Shin Godzilla has officially released its new trailer, and it’s been confirmed for a cinematic release in Australian and New Zealand. Given the oversupply of rather poor Godzilla films that have flooded our screens over the years (don’t mention 1998), the trailer suggests that this release will at least […]

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Film Review: Snowden (USA, 2016) tries too hard to make Edward Snowden look like a hero

September 22, 2016

The new biopic Snowden – in cinemas today – is a film about one of the world’s most famous political dissidents, Edward Snowden (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), by a filmmaker (Oliver Stone) who is celebrated for his political dissidence. It should be a match made in cinematic heaven. So why isn’t it? The problems with […]

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5 things you need to watch on Presto this October

September 22, 2016

Australian streaming service Presto has some stellar titles to win over new subscribers from competing services like Stan and Netflix Australia. Next month, Presto will be launching plenty of movie and TV shows for your binge-watching pleasure, and some of them are sought-after titles you’d likely see on the Netflix U.S catalogue. For some who can’t decide what […]

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End of an era: Blizzard to retire the Battle.net name

September 22, 2016

Blizzard Entertainment have indicated that they will be “transitioning away from” Battle.net, the name the company has used to denote its multiplayer services since Diablo‘s release in 1996, citing confusion over the name from outside parties.

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Moonlight Cinema makes a return for their 21st season across all Australian capital cities!

September 22, 2016

There’s some good news for people who are fans of picnics and films as Moonlight Cinema will be returning once again in the Summer of 2016/17 for its 21st season! People will have the opportunity to bring along their picnic rugs, enjoying the natural landscapes while watching their favourite flicks under the stars. Films on […]

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3-Day Badges for PAX Aus have sold out

September 22, 2016

We hope you got your 3-Day Badges for PAX Aus because they have just sold out.

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Season Five of Arrested Development may begin filming in January 2017

September 22, 2016

Fans of Arrested Development rejoice! Jeffrey Tambor has stated that a new season of the hit TV show may commence filming in January. Appearing on the Today show, Jeffrey Tambor was discussing his Emmy acceptance speech. The discussion eventually veered onto the eventual filming of season five of Arrested Development where the actor stated that “There’s always chatters to […]

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New Dishonored 2 gameplay trailer showcases new powers.

September 22, 2016

Hot on the heels of our exclusive artwork reveal yesterday, the latest Dishonored 2 trailer has arrived. Titled ‘Creative Kills’,  it takes a look at several cool powers that players will be using within the game.

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Twitter reveals that media will no longer count toward your character limit

September 22, 2016

Twitter has revealed several changes that all Twitter users will be thankful for. Effective immediately, when you add photos, GIFs, videos, polls, or Quoted Tweets, that media will no longer count as characters within you Tweet. Thank. God.

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EB Games to give away first Fire/Water type Pokemon, Volcanion

September 22, 2016

Gone are the days of catching them all in-game, it seems. Now, EB Games just gives you a damn code and you get a new Pokemon. The trials and tribulations of a Pokemon trainers are so crazy.

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 getting betas, release dates revealed

September 22, 2016

In what seems to be a very strange announcement, a Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 beta has been announced for PlayStation 4. We have to be honest, we didn’t really see that coming.

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Parrot reveal two new Minidrone models, the Swing and the Mambo

September 22, 2016

Parrot has added two new Minidrone models to their ever-growing drone range, the Swing and the Mambo.

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Uncertainty and mystery lurks for Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in Passengers‘ debut trailer

September 22, 2016

The first official trailer for the anticipated film Passengers, a romantic science fiction adventure starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, has been released. The trailer depicts a future where humanity has made great advances in space travel and space transport. The Spaceship Avalon  soars silently through the emptiness of space on its 120-year voyage to a planet called […]

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Actress Sophie Hensser talks Love Child, Australian cinema and memories of Saddle Club

September 22, 2016

I had the fantastic opportunity to chat with Sophie Hensser who plays Vivian in Nine Network’s Love Child TV Series. With season three wrapped up and released on DVD, we discuss how far the show and Sophie have come. From Sophie’s days on The Saddle Club to Home & Away and Underbelly, to her life growing up […]

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5 tips for getting the cheapest flights with the best airlines

September 22, 2016

When it comes down to budget travel, we’ve never been afforded more options – be we travelling from Sydney to the Gold Coast with Tiger or Perth to Singapore with Scoot. But flying cheaply doesn’t have to mean flying with one of the world’s no frills airlines, who usually provide their budget service by skimping […]

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Laura Johnston unpacks Hitchcock’s leading ladies for the Sydney Fringe

September 22, 2016

Alfred Hitchcock’s films are renowned for their female protagonists, put in peril by a master of the suspense genre. But what did the actresses who played these women really think about the man behind the lens? Laura Johnston wants audiences to find out, as she takes them on a one-woman-led journey into the minds of […]

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