Day: 1 June 2017

Single of the Day: Sensible J ft. Remi & Sampa The Great “Fire Sign” (2017)

June 1, 2017

They’re fresh off the back of some well-received shows in the UK and are currently looking down the barrel at a huge collaborative tour back at home. It’s only right that in the middle of it all, there should be some new music featuring the soulful triumvirate of Sensible J, Remi and Sampa the Great. “Fire Sign” is […]

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Behind the scenes with WAAX as they put together Wild & Weak

June 1, 2017

Tomorrow, WAAX releases their new EP Wild & Weak, certain to be some of their most evocative and energetic material yet. Ahead of the release, these loveable punks have shared a special behind the scenes look of the making of Wild & Weak, in the gallery below! Hit play on the lead single below and check it out. Wild & […]

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Music Video of the Day: Denzel Curry “Ultimate” (BADBADNOTGOOD rework) (2017)

June 1, 2017

BADBADNOTGOOD have long been known for their choice collaborations and their link up with Denzel Curry to rework the latter’s tune “Ultimate” has been a perfect example. Today, we’re sharing the official music video that’s been released for this little reimagining, captured by David Wept and UnkleLuc. Trippy and energetic, the visuals perfectly represent both artists – take a spin […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: We May Be Creatures “Fade Out” (2017)

June 1, 2017

Introducing: We May Be Creatures. The Adelaide duo of Jack Troisi and Michael Zabolocki have been working together on music   for years now but with fresh experience behind them and their individual senses of musicianship flourishing in various other projects, they’ve finally come back together to form this new project and release their debut single in “Fade Out”. There’s […]

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Live Review: Allysha Joy captivates during the second week of her residency at The Evelyn Hotel

June 1, 2017

With Melbourne being a mixing pot of niche scenes, particularly in music, its not often you see them all unite for something. On a Wednesday night, that something, or someone, was Melbourne musician Allysha Joy. Riding in on the wave of re-invigorated R’n’B and neo-soul, Joy had first gained my attention as singer for local […]

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Album Review: Benjamin Booker – Witness (2017 LP)

June 1, 2017

When I first sat down to Benjamin Booker’s new album Witness, I entirely expected to hear much the same of what made me love his self-titled debut album: blues guitar being shredded like Marty McFly does in the first Back To The Future. And while there are still aspects of this on the new album, […]

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Lime Cordiale (Sydney) on being brothers and bandmates & developing an international profile

June 1, 2017

Lime Cordiale are a musical chimera. With a charming mix of upbeat indie-pop, soulful blues-rock and the occasional brass section, you don’t come across a band like Lime Cordiale often, and when you do, you tell your friends. Beginning with brothers Oliver and Louis Leimbach, Lime Cordiale have spent years cultivating a feel-good, laid-back ethos in the form of […]

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Live Review: Melbourne punk throttles as Horace Bones headline The Tote Upstairs

June 1, 2017

Don’t think that because The Tote “Upstairs” had a renovation, it’s lost any of its degenerate charm. If anything, the red-lighted, red-walled room has increased its appeal for debauchery, with Horace Bones’ single launch on Saturday night being no exception. The line-up featured some of the loudest and filthiest in Melbourne punk; a standard Saturday […]

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Video Games Review: Tekken 7 (PS4, 2017) is a welcome visit from an old friend

June 1, 2017

A Tekken game, like a wizard, arrives exactly when it means to. What this means is that, for fans of the series uninterested in hunting down an arcade machine, the wait for a console version of a Tekken title can and does drag on forever. I have good news, fans of the Iron Fist Tournament — Tekken 7 […]

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Seven events, festivals and productions not to miss around Australia this June

June 1, 2017

Australia does not tread quietly during the winter, with major events and festivals all over the country through the month of June. Here’s just seven unmissable events, festivals and productions not to miss around the country this month! Dark Mofo (Tasmania) Embracing the darkness of the southern winter solstice, Dark Mofo transforms the city of […]

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L.A’s popular E.P & L.P restaurant to take over The Dolphin Hotel for June Long Weekend (Sydney)

June 1, 2017

As part of their ongoing aperitivo hour guest chef series, Surry Hills’ The Dolphin Hotel is planning on opening up their slick venue to the L.A’s famed E.P & L.P restaurant, a hotspot co-owned by renowned Australian DJ – and Ministry of Sound favourite – Grant Smillie. The only day only takeover is landing on […]

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You can now get gin scented grooming products in Australia

June 1, 2017

Awarded bartender, gin expert and the brains behind Sydney’s treasured The Barber Shop, Mikey Enright, has went and released his own gin-infused grooming products as part of the new Enright’s Original Gin range. Inspired by his time working alongside the best barbers on the scene (The Barber Shop is a cocktail bar which has an […]

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White Rabbit White Ale named best beer in Australia for 2017

June 1, 2017

It’s not much of a surprise when we hear that Australia’s beloved White Rabbit makes a dent in the overseas market; the constantly creative and playful brewers have put out some of the best released in the past few years – not to mention their epic twin-brewery in Geelong with Little Creatures. Though this news […]

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The Grounds of the City is now open in Sydney CBD

June 1, 2017

After three years of planning Sydney’s world famous The Grounds of Alexandria have officially opened their CBD spin-off, The Grounds of the City. Located on the ground floor of The Galeries, Grounds of the City looks to bring an old-world spin to what has made The Grounds such an iconic destination for drinking, dining and […]

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