Day: 24 April 2017

Dave Bautista on learning as an actor, working on independent films and what he hopes fans will take away from Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2

April 24, 2017

With the forthcoming release of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 in cinemas, the hotly anticipated sequel sees a bunch of mischievous criminals saving the galaxy, yet again. One of those criminals happens to be Drax The Destroyer, played by Dave Bautista. In the next installment of our interview we discuss what he’s been learning […]

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Single of the Day: M-Phazes x Ruel “Golden Years” (2017)

April 24, 2017

More like the golden touch. Horrid puns aside, if you haven’t heard the new M-Phazes tune, you need to today. There had been solid buzz about the award-winning producer’s latest foray into the studio with young Australian artist Ruel – the vocalist is 14, mate – but the final result is something of polished and refined electronic-driven pop. […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Helen Shanahan “Camouflaged” (2017)

April 24, 2017

Helen Shanahan continues to showcase bright potential and versatility as an artist with her new single, “Camouflaged” – a fitting follow up to “I Only Hide”. For those of you who have been following the Perth artist since “I Only Hide” began filtering out on to radars around the country, you’ll be well aware of the […]

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Vampires and World Domination: Society of Beggars on their new EP and upcoming tour

April 24, 2017

Before heading off on their new run of Australian tour dates, Society of Beggars took some time out for a quick chat about their brand new EP, vampires, and world domination. What can you tell me about the idea behind the name, An EP Called Night? The EP itself is supposed to reflect the rush in the […]

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Girlpool sign to Anti-Records and tease new album Powerplant out May 12th

April 24, 2017

Since the release of their debut album in 2015, Girlpool have been continuously forging their own unique path to success. Amongst cross county relocations, deep diving into the DIY scene and the chaos of touring, all of their hard work has finally paid off. The Californian duo have just signed to Anti-Records and are primed to […]

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Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (USA, 2017) evokes the weird wonderment of the original

April 24, 2017

Whilst the general consensus is that the Marvel cinematic universe as a whole is one of the more consistent entities for audiences and critics alike, their track-record for delivering underwhelming sequels (at least compared to their predecessors) is hard to quarrel against.  Iron Man 2, Thor: The Dark World, and Avengers: Age of Ultron are all […]

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Film Review: My Pet Dinosaur (Australia, 2017) follows a well-trodden path

April 24, 2017

Australia is not widely known for its family fantasy films. But with a plot replicating that age-old story of a boy befriending and protecting a mythical creature from the government, surely this film would fit safely into the same mould, right? Unfortunately and somewhat unsurprisingly, the answer is, in the case of Matt Drummond’s new […]

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Film Review: Free Fire (UK, 2016) avoids Hollywood action tropes in the best way

April 24, 2017

The films by British director Ben Wheatley have all been incredibly distinct from another and are all very well-done. Whether going through the genre of crime, psychological horror, dark comedy, dystopian drama or historical surrealism, you can never accuse Wheatley of doing the same trick twice. But the crucial through-line through all his films is […]

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Film Review: Things To Come (France/Germany, 2016) is a quiet meditation on middle-age turmoil

April 24, 2017

Just like starting over. That’s the name of a John Lennon song but it’s also a line that could be used to sum up the French film, Things To Come (L’avenir). The story is a subtle character study about a middle-aged woman and how she negotiates a bunch of set-backs with a kind of understated […]

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Jamie Oliver is coming to Australia to help kickstart a new era for Jamie’s Italian

April 24, 2017

If Keystone Group goes down, it certainly won’t be taking Jamie’s Italian with it. With six wildly popular restaurants across the country, Jamie Oliver’s dominant Italian restaurant chain is about to receive a substantial and much-needed shake-up now that is has been officially bought back by the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group. To celebrate, the renowned […]

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