Day: 20 March 2017

Single of the Day: Luke Million ft. Sam Sparro “Back To The Rhythm” (2017)

March 20, 2017

First of all, HELLO SAM SPARRO. Isn’t it good when good people come together and just make copious amounts of goodness? This is just what happened with Adelaide producer Luke Million connected with the singer for new tune “Back to the Rhythm”. If you’re heading out to see Client Liaison at any of their shows, turn up early for […]

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Alison Moyet set for Australian & NZ album tour this October

March 20, 2017

Bonafide pop legend Alison Moyet will be dropping her new album Other this June and – praise, be – Australian and New Zealand fans of the musician won’t be waiting much longer after its release to see Moyet introduce them to the record, live. A tour of both Australia and New Zealand is lined up for October, […]

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The Lemon Twigs, Jain and Robyn Hitchcock named recipients of SXSW 2017’s Grulke Prize

March 20, 2017

The 2017 Grulke Prize winners have been announced as SXSW turns in for another year, recognising three artists across the categories of ‘Developing US Act’, ‘Developing Non US Act’ and ‘Career Act’. In 2017, the ‘Developing US Act’ prize has been awarded to The Lemon Twigs, recognising the band’s creativity and potential off the back of their […]

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Music Video of the Day: CIRCLE “Thylacine” (2016)

March 20, 2017

Coming straight outta Enmore is Circle‘s new music video for “Thylacine”. Melodic and synthy, the latest offering from Circle is bound to remain in your head after playback. The music video is a haunting one, old footage of the rare ‘Tasmanian Tiger’ and the slavery of Tasmanian Aboriginals fuse together as the song’s thematic narrative surrounding […]

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Spoon’s Alex Fischel talks Hot Thoughts and getting back on the road at SXSW

March 20, 2017

It seemed more than apt to be sitting down with Spoon in their hometown of Austin, Texas, at possibly one of the busiest times of the year – SXSW. The band has Australia firmly in their sights with shows on the east coast commencing this week, but before they make the trip out, Larry hung out with Alex […]

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Chastity Belt announce new album, I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone

March 20, 2017

Seattle indie-rockers Chastity Belt have announced their highly anticipated third studio album, I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone, will be out June 2nd on Hardly Art via Intertia Music. Julia Shapiro, Gretchen Grimm, Lydia Lund and Annie Truscott recorded the new album with producer Matthew Simms (Wire) at Jackpot! in Portland where some of […]

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Win a double pass to Field Trip in Adelaide

March 20, 2017

Welcome to Field Trip 2017. A celebration of music, food, wine, art, dancing and on the beautiful grounds of Adelaide University Waite Campus in Urrbrae on Friday, March 31st from 3pm. Field Trip will see Brisbane groove rockers, The Belligerents headline the festival, supported by the badass Ecca Vandal amidst an open field with views […]

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Newly appointed chairman Michael Coppel set to take Live Nation to new heights

March 20, 2017

Industry giants Live Nation have recently appointed a new chairman to take the reins of the Australian and New Zealand branch of the organisation. No Stranger to the music industry, Michael Coppel joined Live Nation in 2012 and has since been a pioneer in the progression and expansion of the brand. Voicing his support for the […]

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Feist announces new album, Pleasure, will be released April 28th

March 20, 2017

Following up 2011’s Metals, Feist has announced last week that her fifth studio album Pleasure will be released April 28th via Universal Records. After details of the album were leaked online, the songstress took to Twitter to reveal further details: “I made this record last winter with 2 of my closest friends, Mocky and Renaud LeTang. I […]

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PSA: Starting a new game in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will overwrite your old saves

March 20, 2017

Have you already run out of things to do in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and are thinking about starting a new game? Maybe your partner or sibling wants to start a game of their own? Previous Zelda titles have made allowances for situations just like these, providing up to three save slots so […]

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Asia’s lesser known destinations are picking up in popularity according to new study

March 20, 2017

Recently conducted by Agoda, the Travel Smart Study has revealed the 10 fastest rising travel destinations in Asia. From the millions of bookings made on the site in 2016, it looks as if travellers to Asia are showing a preference for lesser-known destinations, bypassing the most obvious for new experience and new settings.  Japan’s mythical powder paradise, Niseko […]

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Adelaide Fringe Festival Review: CULL – The Parlour, Royal Croquet Club (19.03.17)

March 20, 2017

Seated inside The Parlour at The Royal Croquet Club on the final night of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, I witness a duo get decidedly dark about the fascinating and oftentimes all-consuming culture of social media. Honor and Patrick present CULL; it’s a show of strobes and online drinking challenges. A show of YouTube vloggers and […]

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Recipe: The Kerrigan’s signature burger

March 20, 2017

Keep walking through the luxurious lobby at Pier One Sydney Harbour and you’ll hit the wharf, the permanent location for casual food slinger The Kerrigan, a protein focused food shack that’s dishing up some worthy competition to the burger lords of Sydney. Next to smoked beef brisket and Korean fried chicken wings sits a beautiful […]

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Win a $125 food voucher to spend at the Nepalese Dumplings & Music Festival in Melbourne

March 20, 2017

Celebrating Nepal’s traditional Holi festival of colour and love, M Festival comes to the Coburg Velodrome on Sunday 26th March just in time for the end of summer. Prepare for a mouthwatering day featuring dumplings, bands, DJs, Nepalese and eastern stage performances, market stalls, food trucks and amusement rides! The Velodrome will encompass over a […]

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Top 10 events to look forward to at the 2017 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival

March 20, 2017

Held from 31 March – 9 April, the upcoming 2017 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (MFWF) sounds as if it will be the long-standing festival’s biggest yet. Currently in its 25th year, the annual festival has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a small 12 event program back in 1993. Nowadays, the […]

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