Day: 20 April 2017

Elizabeth Debicki on growing up in Australia & becoming part of the MCU in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2

April 20, 2017

In the last several years Paris-born Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki has had a near overnight rise to success in her acting career. A lucky break thanks to Baz Luhrmann and being cast in The Great Gatsby has resulted in a number of other large scale Hollywood productions to cast her also. However her latest project […]

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Warren Ellis talks about scoring Bad Girl, returning to the stage with Nick Cave and the future of Dirty Three

April 20, 2017

Fresh from making the score for National Geographic’s Mars miniseries, Warren Ellis – acclaimed musician and member of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Grinderman and Dirty Three has just created an original score for the new Australian thriller Bad Girl. He spoke to us about his approach for this project, recently returning to the stage with Nick Cave […]

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Matt Lowe on the new Keston Cobblers’ Club album, Almost Home and hitting the road

April 20, 2017

As their British tour kicks off (with our own Jack Carty) in support of their new album Almost Home, we catch up with Matthew Lowe of the Keston Cobblers’ Club to find out more about the fitting follow on record to Wildfire.   Congrats on the new album! It’s fair to say that things feel a bit more stripped back on Almost […]

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Listen to the album opener for Benjamin Booker’s next LP released June 2nd

April 20, 2017

New Orleans-based muso Benjamin Booker is set to release his upcoming LP Witness on June 2nd via Rough Trade Records/Remote Control Records. Following up his self-titled 2014 debut, the new album fleshes out Booker’s passion for raucous, soul-infused rock’n’roll. “Right On You” is the energetic album opener, described by Booker as a song being “about the […]

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Single of the Day: Sun Sap “Love Is Gone” (2017)

April 20, 2017

There’s a definitive James Bond kind of vibe to Sun Sap‘s latest single, “Love Is Gone”. The swaggering, sun-soaked guitars are paired with a horn section, adding something special to their surf-rock vibes. The group are embarking on their first interstate tour to support the single, including playing support for  The Ruminaters in Sydney. This is a […]

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Music Video of the Day: Ginger and The Ghost “Glow” (2017)

April 20, 2017

A criminally underrated duo, Ginger and The Ghost continue to strive forward in producing captivating music and visuals that have had us hooked time after time. Their single “Glow” is one that’s recaptured our attention and if you’ve not had the time to chuck the way of the song’s official music video – you’ve come to […]

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KLP announces ‘Mix Match Tour’ dates, ensures max vibes from May into July

April 20, 2017

KLP will be back on the road to ensure that your winter doesn’t mean hibernation from the cold. Instead, she’ll be encouraging fans to get out to clubs all round the country for her latest national tour – the Mix Match Tour. To be joined by a slew of special guests along the way, KLP will […]

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Devon Allman (St. Louis) chats about latest album, Ride or Die, and Bluesfest

April 20, 2017

Devon Allman is in Australia playing for Bluesfest with a couple of sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne. John Goodridge caught up with him backstage to chat about music making and recording his latest album Ride or Die”. How have you been enjoying Bluesfest? I say it on the mic and I really do mean it, […]

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Superheist return after 13 year hiatus for ‘Raise Hell’ tour dates in June & July

April 20, 2017

Stretching that live music muscle after 13 years out of the spotlight, Aussie metal legends Superheist are back with a special AAA Side release and a stack of new tour dates to boot. The brutal AAA Side features the four minute long furious offering in “Raise Hell” – the tour namesake – a great re-entry for […]

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We go behind the scenes of Super Cruel’s music video for “November”

April 20, 2017

When Tigerilla and Porsches linked up to form the duo Super Cruel, of course people knew they’d be in for a good thing. With their debut single “November”, the duo employed the talents of Lisa Mitchell in properly making their mark too – the most recent result shining in the official music video for the tune, released yesterday. Directed by […]

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Gold Coast Film Festival Review: Sophie & The Rising Sun (USA, 2017) is an intense story about a powerful & forbidden love

April 20, 2017

Before there was Loving there was Sophie & The Rising Sun (well, sort of). Sophie & The Rising Sun is a romantic story and like Loving it is one that’s all about a bi-racial couple. The film is ultimately a beautiful but fictional love story where you can really sit back, relax and get lost […]

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Tickets on sale for screenings of 2016 Lexus Short Film Fellowship recipients

April 20, 2017

Tickets are set to be released today for the world-premiere screenings of recipients of the 2016 Lexus Short Film Fellowship. In partnership with the Sydney Film Festival, the short films will be shown at an exclusive screening and throughout the Festival itself in mid-June. This year’s filmmakers and respective short films include Anya Beyersdorf (How the Light […]

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Win a double pass to see Pork Pie, in cinemas May 4th.

April 20, 2017

Jon (Dean O’Gorman, THE HOBBIT Trilogy, TRUMBO), a charming but out-of-luck novelist, musters the bravery needed to try and win back the love of his life by surprising her at a friend’s wedding. One problem: he’s in Auckland and the wedding is in Wellington. After a failed attempt to make the journey south in his […]

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TV Review: Girls‘ sixth & final season bows out with unexpected grace

April 20, 2017

Though it started on what seemed like uneven ground, the final season of HBOs Girls manages to not only pull the series strengths together and end on a high note but also manage to do so while remaining as imperfect and messy as it’s ever been. Even if Lena Dunham’s voice is not “your” voice, […]

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TV Review: Netflix’s Girlboss sees a caustic hustler-turned-throwaway-fashion success story

April 20, 2017

Girlboss is a series that may leave viewers feeling conflicted. While it’s great to see an underdog making good and pursuing her passion it’s also hard to root for a lead character who is so inherently unlikeable. This Netflix series is ultimately like a fun ball of fairy floss, it’s pleasant enough at first bite; […]

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Five Reasons To See Kinky Boots in Sydney (Now Playing at the Capitol Theatre)

April 20, 2017

Kinky Boots stalked onto the stage last night for its Sydney Opening Night and we loved every sparkling moment! If you’re not quite convinced you need to see this dazzling musical yet, here are our five reasons why you really ought to strap on your heels and get to it- The absolute party that Kinky […]

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