Day: 21 April 2017

The Fossicks celebrating the release of new EP, E.G.O, with Sydney launch in May

April 21, 2017

Alternative grunge rockers, The Fossicks, are bringing some shaking new music through to Frankie’s Pizza for a hometown launch show in Sydney next month! Launching their new EP, E.G.O, throughout May, the group will be touring further throughout May and June but best believe, this first show is going to be one hell of a tour opener. […]

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Single of the Day: BEL HAVEN “Could Be Love” (2017)

April 21, 2017

LA based producer Dom Liberati has been making music as BEL HAVEN for a minute now and in his new single “Could Be Love”, we’re met with a catchy hook-laden pop tune that’s worth a little share ahead of the weekend. The multi-instrumentalist combines influences and sounds from the 80’s (think Depeche Mode, The Police) in with […]

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Nominations now open for the 2017 National Indigenous Music Awards

April 21, 2017

The National Indigenous Music Awards celebrates 14 years in 2017 and as of today, the nominations for the event are officially open. Celebrating the last year of Indigenous music and recognising the sheer amount of talent that has been making waves nationally and overseas, the NIMAs encourages artists from right across the country and the Torres […]

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Bluesfest Byron Bay celebrates 28 years in style at the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm over Easter Weekend

April 21, 2017

Bluesfest Byron Bay had such a variety of performances in five tents over five days that it can be difficult to catch it all. With five stages running between 11am and midnight so there is a lot going on. John Goodridge lists a few highlights from his visit. Patti Smith and her band perform Horses Patti Smith […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Hana & Jessie-Lee – Southlands (2017 LP)

April 21, 2017

South Australians Hana & Jessie-Lee have been toiling away in fusing together an array of influences in producing some great country music, the final result of which coming together in their debut album, Southlands. Keen listeners already heard some hits of their new music in “Maryses” and “Eight Tonne Shackles” but now, we’ve got the full Southlands goodie […]

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Silver Raven Festival Director Alex Schulz on the 2017 event, taking flight this weekend!

April 21, 2017

Good wine and good music should go hand in hand, right? This weekend, this formula is going to be playing out in some of the country’s best wine country, with South Australia’s Silver Raven Festival taking place for its second year out in the Barossa Valley. The Americana extravaganza, born out of a desire to […]

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Melbourne’s nyck announces Alive EP dropping June 9th

April 21, 2017

With only two songs uploaded to triple j Unearthed since mid 2016, nyck (pronounced n.y.c.k) are already winning (and breaking) hearts across the country with their incredibly beautiful sound. Drawing on a minimalistic, raw style similar to that of Bon Iver and The National, it’s easy to get engulfed in the emotional ballads from this poignant new duo. […]

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Paramore announce new album coming in May + share new single, “Hard Times”

April 21, 2017

With their first new material in more than four years, pop-punk sensation Paramore are returning with their eagerly awaited fifth studio album After Laughter, dropping May 12th. The band headed to their hometown of Nashville to record After Laughter, which was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen and Paramore’s own Taylor York. The new album also sees original member […]

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Music Video of the Day: Magic Bones “Hotter Than The Sun” (2017)

April 21, 2017

If you want intrigue and action, set to a fantastic soundtrack, Melbourne’s Magic Bones are exactly what you need. This DIY clip was filmed in a day in Brunswick, fuelled on sushi rolls and astronaut adrenaline, and features ample space suits, cats, Windows logos, and flying kitchen saucers. Will the band save the universe? Watch below to […]

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May’s Xbox Games with Gold is hype for Star Wars

April 21, 2017

Every month, Xbox Live furnishes its subscribers with a suite of up to four free games — typically two for Xbox One and two for those still running the older Xbox 360 hardware. It’s rare that the last-gen titles on offer are as interesting as the newer, but next month’s Star Wars flavoured offering may prove […]

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Call of Duty: World War II goes back to the well

April 21, 2017

Remember when we were all so excited for the Call of Duty series to leave its well-trodden World War II roots behind? Apparently, after a decade of increasingly futuristic entries in the series, the series is finally ready to return to its roots.

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Filming begins on Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born remake

April 21, 2017

Filming has begun on Warner Bros. Pictures’ re imagining of the musical A Star is Born, starring Bradley Cooper and Stefani Germanotta, (better known as the incomparable Lady Gaga) in her first leading role in a major motion picture. It also marks Cooper’s directorial debut as he helms the musical drama. Cooper plays Jackson Maine, a country […]

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Gold Coast Film Festival Review: Pork Pie (New Zealand, 2017) only bolsters the legacy of the original

April 21, 2017

After more than thirty years, the amber Mini has once more made the journey from tip to tip in the Land of the Long White Cloud. Pork Pie brings the 1981 New Zealand classic Goodbye Pork Pie into the 21st century, and it returns with more than just the mini. Goodbye Pork Pie played a […]

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Messed up horror film The Evil Within is getting some Australian screenings

April 21, 2017

Bounty Films has announced Melbourne and Brisbane screenings of twisted, meth-fuelled, cult film, The Evil Within.  The Evil Within will be screening in Melbourne at the Astor Theatre on the 25th of April at 9.30pm and the Lido Cinemas on the 28th of April at 9.00pm. Then in Brisbane at the Event Cinemas Myer Centre at the on 14th of […]

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Win a double pass to see a double screening of RoboCop and Flash Gordon at In The House in Sydney

April 21, 2017

Two iconic cult-classic superheros. One In The House Night at Event Cinemas George St on April 28th! Part man. Part machine. All cop. The future of law enforcement. The classic RoboCop at 6:30pm and get ready to kick some Flash. Flash Gordon at 9:30pm. He’ll save every one of us! Join Jill from Kapow and […]

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Dust off your tinfoil hats: The X-Files revival series to return later this year

April 21, 2017

After a mostly well-received miniseries return for beloved sci-fi show The X-Files in early 2016, FOX has announced today with a teaser photo that the show will return for the 2017-18 season. Deadline reports that FOX has ordered a similar 10-episode run for the cult series, and will see the return of stars Gillian Anderson […]

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There’s now a bottomless rosé happy hour in Sydney

April 21, 2017

Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. See these coming months through rose-coloured glasses, because thanks to Nour, those sunny summer vibes will last long into autumn and winter this year. The contemporary Lebanese restaurant in Surry Hills has just elevated happy hour, with free-flowing rosé for two hours straight, Monday […]

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Chur Burger has opened its doors at Hoyts Chadstone (Melbourne)

April 21, 2017

Since October 2016, the newly renovated doors at Chadstone Shopping Centre have been open for shoppers and tourists alike, with hundreds of new stores, restaurants, and meticulously designed architectural elements to admire. For most, the opening of Hoyts Cinema after two years gone was a big step forward for the property, especially given that the […]

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Review: Efendy remains at the forefront of contemporary Turkish cuisine – Balmain (Sydney)

April 21, 2017

We’re seated outside at Efendy in Balmain on a beautiful sunny Sunday. The courtyard has a casual atmosphere that’s friendly and inviting, extending through to the contemporary Turkish food. There’s nothing too fussy going on with everything we order, just authentic and bold flavours. With a new focus on charcoal grilling, chef Somer Sivrioglu was inspired by […]

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