Day: 2 June 2017

Single of the Day: Bus Vipers “CSIRO Weeds” (2017)

June 2, 2017

Sydney multi-instrumentalist Danel Ahern aka Bus Vipers has dropped a new single in “CSIRO Weeds”, the first release from his debut EP, Federal Highway. It’s an exciting release from Bus Vipers as it is his first news music release since 2013. What Bus Vipers does well is craft rich sounds boasting brilliant texture and melody – “CSIRO Weeds” […]

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Live Review: Nick Murphy debuts his sonic evolution at the Sydney Opera House

June 2, 2017

The debut of Nick Murphy’s Missing Link at the Opera House was not so much a concert as it was an odyssey – a journey through the life and death of Chet Faker, and his rebirth as Nick Murphy. Much has already been said about the change in Murphy’s moniker, but from the opening moments […]

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Album Review: Boat Show – Groundbreaking Masterpiece (2017 LP)

June 2, 2017

You know those days where you’re just kind of annoyed at the world and its patriarchal bullshit? You’re so irritated that it makes you want to laugh-cry. If only there was a Garage Punk album that would allow you to yell AND have a good chuckle, thus releasing all that pent up frustration. Enter Groundbreaking […]

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Playlist: WAAX share the songs that make them feel both Wild & Weak

June 2, 2017

WAAX‘s new EP, Wild & Weak, is officially out today (congratulations!) and to mark the occasion and herald yet another weekend primed for kicking on, the band have shared with us some of their favourite tunes. Whether they’re full on, energetic numbers, or more stripped back, evocative songs that are aimed right at the heart, check […]

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Music Video of the Day: Surfer Blood “Taking Care of Eddy” (2017)

June 2, 2017

“Taking Care of Eddy” has been a choice cut from Surfer Blood‘s new album Snowdonia and today, we’re taking a closer look at its recently released music video. Directed by Niko Guardia and Sachio Cook, the animated video establishes a strange and curious universe that matches up with the intensity of the tune itself. The colours are great, as the […]

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Falling For You: The Harpoons’ 2014 debut album still charms

June 2, 2017

Melbourne based four piece, The Harpoons, are an infectious group of siblings and mates, who came together way back in to create some incredibly catchy tunes throughout their careers. Starting as young teens, brothers Henry and Jack were busy jotting down songs taking inspiration from R&B and Disco from the sixties and seventies. Bec Ridges […]

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Kenneth Branagh’s star-studded Murder on the Orient Express gets first trailer

June 2, 2017

The classic Agatha Christie 1934 murder mystery novel has again been given to big-screen treatment, this time with Kenneth Branagh at the helm as both director and playing the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Set aboard the famous train in pre-World War II Europe, fingers are pointed when an unlikable billionaire is murdered on the carriage. As […]

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Film Review: 20th Century Women (USA, 2016) is an exploratory tale of finding one’s own happiness

June 2, 2017

After detailing his own father’s coming out at the age of 75 in the Oscar-winning 2010 outing Beginners, writer/director Mike Mills tackles the stories of his mother and sister in 20th Century Women, an exploratory tale of finding one’s own happiness. As Mills opts to create an individual snapshot for each of his female role […]

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See Idris Elba and Kate Winslet tackle the elements in the first trailer for The Mountain Between Us

June 2, 2017

Hollywood dynamos Kate Winslet and Idris Elba team up for what looks to be the coldest film of the year. After their plane crashes on a snowy mountain, and realising help is definitely not on its way, the pair find themselves pushing through the white wilderness in the hope they might survive. Crashing into cinemas […]

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Interview: Supanova Guest Christopher Judge talks about the new God of War, Stargate and being a Fantastic Geek!

June 2, 2017

For many of us geeks and nerds, Christopher Judge has been in all our lives since 1997, the year Stargate SG -1 entered our universe. The one show none of us thought possible; how could you outdo such a wonderful film? Well, it grew beyond all our wildest expectations and became one of the longest-running […]

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London’s Ministry of Sound Club is launching in Sydney this month

June 2, 2017

In what should be big news for club-minded Sydneysiders, London’s iconic Ministry of Sound Club is making it’s way on over the the harbour city, launching from Saturday 10th June for weekly residencies at ivy. Every Saturday night onwards will feature a brand new four-room soundsystem and clubbing experience curated by MoS, which has remained […]

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