Day: 15 October 2016

Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones throw in a few more greatest hits to kick off Desert Trip weekend 2

October 15, 2016

The second weekend of Desert Trip – aka “Oldchella” – has kicked off in India, California, on the site of the iconic Coachella music festival. The first night, as it did last weekend, kicked off with recent Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan and iconic UK group The Rolling Stones. Bob Dylan played a largely unchanged […]

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Live Review: The Jezabels + Ali Barter – Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne (14.10.16)

October 15, 2016

The Jezabels’ third full-length album, Synthia, was released in February this year, delivering more of the powerful synth-pop that the band is revered for. Unfortunately, the supporting tour (planned for earlier this year) had to be cancelled, due to synth player Heather Shannon undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer. Now that everyone’s health is in check, […]

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Interview: Eoin Macken talks The Night Shift & the challenges of indie filmmaking

October 15, 2016

The first time I came across Eoin Macken was in 2013. Fresh off the back of the success of BBC fantasy drama Merlin, the Irish actor and filmmaker was deep in production of his latest project, an independent film he was directing in Cold. Fast forward three years and here we are again but instead of chatting from London, he’s in […]

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XXXX Summer Bright introduces new look and mango flavour

October 15, 2016

Tapping into the increasingly popular market of flavoured beer XXXX Summer Bright Lager have decided to go through a little refresh as well as add the very weather-appropriate flavour of mango to its profile. Mirroring the cleaner, more colourful design, the new flavour has been inspired by the typical Australian beach, obviously setting their sights […]

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Raising the Bar: Sydney’s drinking holes will turn into classrooms for top academics this week

October 15, 2016

The University of Sydney and Raising the Bar are doing something pretty unique around Sydney this week, bringing what has been a worldwide initiative to various bars and pubs across the city. On Tuesday 18th October there will be 20 different talks as 20 different academics shape up 20 different free thought-provoking talks facilitated by […]

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