Day: 8 June 2017

Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Coin Banks “Forgive Us” (2017)

June 8, 2017

We’ve got the new joint from Perth’s Coin Banks today in the glorious “Forgive Us” – as a step forward for the MC, this new single is a proven jaunt, not just a small creep further into the deserved light. Linking up with the WAAPA Gospel Choir, the song itself is playful and fully-rounded; smooth in delivery, memorable in […]

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Tour Diary: Olympia takes us on tour through the UK for The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City & more

June 8, 2017

Fresh off the back of a whirlwind tour of the UK, Olympia is already on the road back home in Australia, playing with Paul Dempsey as he hits venues dotted around the place.  We were lucky to have seen Olympia and her fantastic band perform a few times while out in Brighton for The Great Escape, though […]

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Single of the Day: Ariel Pink “Another Weekend” (2017)

June 8, 2017

Ariel Pink has brought fans back into his curiously wonderful world with the release of his new single, “Another Weekend”. The LA artist’s first cut of new music since January’s collaboration with Weyes Blood (Myths 002), “Another Weekend” proves to be an exciting look ahead to the new chapter from Ariel Pink – one we’ve […]

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Five Albums You Must Listen To This Week (#007)

June 8, 2017

This week, we’re looking at some impressive LA R&B and Missouri-born hip hop, while taking a jump into Melbourne’s emo scene and right into Washington’s indie scene, as the likes of SZA, Chastity Belt and more are featured! Check out what our writers have to say about the following beloved records… SZA – Z (2014) by Lauren Ziegler Given […]

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Exclusive: Experience Alchemy – the visual album from Adelaide duo, Sitara

June 8, 2017

Adelaide soul-folk duo, Sitara, have brought us a special insight into their new album Alchemy, with the release of this full visual album piece. It is the first time sisters Erin and Tess Fowler have embarked on a creative project like this, teaming up with Director Morgan Wright and Cinematographer Ella Kroning of Repeater Productions in bringing their vision to life. Collaborating with Nick Graalman on […]

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Album Review: Girlpool – Powerplant (2017 LP)

June 8, 2017

Angst manifests in many different forms, and deny it all you want, it’s a necessary outlet for the frustrations of the mundane. It’s just a part of life and thankfully, we have music to get us through. More specifically however, we have Girlpool. Self titled as an anti-debut, the Californian duo recently dropped their latest record […]

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Album Review: Ceres – Stretch Ur Skin (2017 EP)

June 8, 2017

What can I say about Ceres that hasn’t already been said – often by me? Ceres is my favourite Australian band, hands down. Their first album, I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here, is one of my favourite albums of all time. Their second album, Drag It Down On You, is a melodious, cathartic, […]

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Music Video of the Day: Sløtface “Nancy Drew” (2017)

June 8, 2017

Norway’s feminist fury Sløtface are back with single “Nancy Drew”, ahead of the release of their debut album Try Not To Freak Out. The accompanying visuals are somewhere between lyric video and film clip, the animation by Norwegian illustrator jellyvamps exploring “all of the tinder cliches you come across online… and illustrating them all in cool clever ways.” The […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Ellipsis (AUS, 2017) is an intimate and beautifully real film

June 8, 2017

There’s a lot that can happen in 24 hours, and unless you stop and take a moment to let it sink in, you might just miss something magical. From acclaimed actor David Wenham comes his feature film directorial debut with Ellipsis, a film that came together under unusual circumstances but the end result is something […]

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Film Review: My Cousin Rachel (USA, 2017) is a wonderful dance along the fine lines between good and evil

June 8, 2017

For most things in life we ae encouraged to leave our judgements at the door. But this is not the case for the thrilling, gothic romance, My Cousin Rachel. In this case the lady is a woman of mystery wrapped up in a riddle and topped off by an enigma, which means you are in […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Game of Death (Canada, 2017) Is Bloody, Forgettable, Fun

June 8, 2017

Right at home in the “Freak Me Out” strand of this year’s Sydney Film Festival, Game of Death is probably more-or-less exactly the film you expect it to be. It’s a simple but fun romp that manages to eke out the most from its wacky premise, despite being held back by structural shortcomings and uneven […]

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Seven dream castings for the Dark Universe

June 8, 2017

Today marks the Australian release of The Mummy. The Tom Cruise led action flick will be the first film in the newly announced ‘Dark Universe’, a project that will revive Universal’s classic monsters that debuted in the 20’s and 30s’. The likes of Frankenstein’s Monster, Wolf Man and the Invisible Man are all set to […]

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FX Australia commissions Mr Inbetween its first local production with Nash Edgerton

June 8, 2017

Staying true to their ongoing commitment to acquiring more local content, FX Australia has announced the commission of its first Australian TV series entitled Mr Inbetween. The drama series will be directed by Nash Edgerton (The Square) in his debut as a TV series director. The series is written by Scott Ryan and is based on his critically […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: In My Own Words (Australia, 2017) is an inspiring documentary about a program we should all support

June 8, 2017

Imagine living in a world where you found it impossible to understand your bills, where you couldn’t text people and you had difficulty getting a driver’s licence because you couldn’t pass the Ls test. For around 40-65% of Indigenous Australians this is a reality because they are functionally illiterate. The documentary film, In My Own […]

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Flight Review: Getting “Extra Comfort” with Hawaiian Airlines – Portland to Honolulu (HA25)

June 8, 2017

Today we fly from Oregon on the West Coast of the USA, back towards Australia as we touch down in Honolulu. You can choose to stick around the Hawaiian capital, or continue on to Australia; and for this trip we certainly stuck around Hawaii for a week. But we had to fly there first. Here’s […]

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Review: Elvis: The Wonder of You – Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne (Performances to 10th June)

June 8, 2017

Elvis Presley is the OG hunk of burning love, and last night’s Melbourne performance of Elvis – The Wonder of You was the closest thing anyone would ever get to seeing the man himself live. Last week I interviewed Elvis’s best friend Jerry Schilling who emcees the show, and something he said really stood out to me. He said that this show would […]

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Comedy Review: Bridget Everett and Murray Hill cross the line at their Melbourne live show

June 8, 2017

I’ve been to A LOT of live theatre and comedy shows, but none like what I experienced last night. Alarmingly, I wasn’t too familiar with Bridget Everett or Murray Hill‘s work, so I was walking in blind, but I enjoyed the fact they had worked alongside the likes of Amy Schumer and Dita Von Teese. Talk […]

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