Day: 21 March 2017

Music Video of the Day: Angie “This House” (2017)

March 21, 2017

We’ve been completely enraptured by Angie this week as her music video for the gorgeous “This House” comes to light. The Rice Is Nice Records artist (who comes from impressive label stock, mind), releases her third studio album in Shyness this Friday and with “This House” continuing to spur on the local hype, we can’t wait to […]

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Fortunes release new single “Focus” from their forthcoming EP, out April 28th

March 21, 2017

New Zealand born, Melbourne-based duo Fortunes have released another new track ahead of their Undress EP dropping April 28th via Future Classic. “Focus” is stripped back and follows a spare-electro arrangement led by Conor McCabe’s  always buttery, soulful vocals. “Focus” follows up the equally slinky “501’s”, framing these guys to potentially put out one of […]

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Jacob Collier on the surprise of international fame and more at SXSW

March 21, 2017

Jacob Collier may not have visited Austin, Texas prior to this month but best believe, the UK buzz artist left SXSW reeling with his presence. The 22 year old has been catapulted to global fame over the last year in particular; with two – yes, two – Grammy Awards to his name, the multi-instrumentalist and producer […]

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Alpha Wolf sign to Greyscale Records and celebrate with a brand new single: “#104”

March 21, 2017

After riding a steady wave of online success, Melbourne five piece Alpha Wolf are being rewarded for their tenacious work behind the scenes, after recently signing with Greyscale Records. On Greyscale’s most recent edition, label boss Joshua Merriel celebrates the eclectic mesh of genres that make Alpha Wolf so perfectly unique stating, “We’re so excited to see what […]

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Australian Box Office Report: Kong: Skull Island proves king of the box office over Marvel for another week

March 21, 2017

It appears there’s no stopping the mighty King Kong, as Kong: Skull Island topped the box office for the second week in a row, earning $3.13m. The number of screens this film is available (nationally) has dropped from 523 last week to 395 this week, so we might see this one slip a little after […]

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Video Games Review: Snipperclips (Switch, 2017) is the perfect pick-up-and-play puzzler for showing off your new Switch

March 21, 2017

Snipperclips is a game that sees two or more players using their Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers to manipulate their own bell-shaped paper blob to overlap other players and use their bodies to cut shapes into their friends. These shapes are then used to solve any number of geometric puzzles. That’s it. That’s the whole game. […]

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Pokemon developer Game Freak is hiring staff for a mystery console title

March 21, 2017

Pokemon developer Game Freak have caused a bit of a stir in the last few days following a pair of openings on job recruitment website Indeed. While there’s certainly nothing set in stone at this point, there are several indicators that point to a potential new console-based Pokemon title.

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Sonic Forces Reveals First Gameplay Footage

March 21, 2017

The first teaser for upcoming SEGA title, Sonic Forces has been revealed at the annual SXSW festival. The trailer features a break-neck journey through a city under siege, with Sonic dashing his way through a gorgeous landscape.

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Film Review: Beauty And The Beast (USA, 2017) has breathtaking moments of grandiose cinematic bliss

March 21, 2017

A story that originated in 1740 now considered one of the most beloved and beautiful of fairytales that has been remade/rebooted/retold a countless number of times, Beauty And The Beast is considered a tale as old as time. Of late Disney has been having a bit of a renaissance if you will, remaking number of […]

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TV Review: The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 14 “The Other Side” hits the right emotional beats

March 21, 2017

As we near an obvious showdown between Negan and team Rick we continue season 7’s clumsy attempt to atone for a defining sluggish pace and what has been the series’ most inconsistent show of quality since the first half of season 2. Thankfully, like last week’s enjoyable “Bury Me Here”, the show continues in the […]

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Neil Perry’s burger project opens in Melbourne Central this week

March 21, 2017

Continuing the swift roll out of Neil Perry’s popular Burger Project chain, the celebrated fine dining chef has officially announced a big expansion in Melbourne, giving the city it’s third outlet as the brand opens this week at Melbourne Central. The shop will be located on the ground floor of the LaTrobe Street shopping centre […]

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Review: Introducing Souk, Melbourne’s newest secret laneway gem

March 21, 2017

Situated just off Flinders Lane, Bligh Place’s newest resident Souk has completely transformed the atmosphere of what used to be a quiet and simple little street, into an eye-catching retro entrance into Melbourne’s newest late-night laneway getaway. At first glance, with a large pink neon sign splashed across its industrial front door, the Middle Eastern […]

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Crafted Live: Wollongong’s first ever BBQ, craft beer and music festival announced for April

March 21, 2017

This Easter, Wollongong is grilling up to become a part of the growing barbecue scene as Crafted Live: Brewed & BBQ’d launches at MacCabe Park. The Australian Barbecue Alliance (ABA) has sanctioned this one of a kind event to showcase low n’ slow competition BBQ, along with a heady dose of a craft beer & […]

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