Day: 30 June 2017

‘Meet Me At The Cross’ set times now released ahead of Saturday’s huge Kings Cross festival

June 30, 2017

Tomorrow, the Sydney music community will be coming together for one helluva party in Kings Cross – another mark of solidarity felt within the scene against the well-publicised and still-damning lock out laws that have ruined many facets of Sydney’s nightlife and live music culture. Meet Me In The Cross, the joint initiative between the Keep […]

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Single of the Day: Semaphore “Destroying The Evidence” (2017)

June 30, 2017

With their new single “Destroying the Evidence”, Brooklyn four piece Sempahore have doled out a hit of indie that takes me right back to the days I was obsessed with the likes of Animal Collective, Beach House and Bloc Party. The first single to be taken from the band’s debut album All Too Robot (due out in September), “Destroying […]

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Opinion: Why it’s never been a better time to watch the changing face of Australian hip hop

June 30, 2017

The national ‘Fire Sign’ tour that has seen Remi, Sensible J and Sampa The Great collaborate on continues to Hobart this weekend before finishing up north in Darwin come July 8th. The reviews and chatter that have emerged in the wake of completed shows around the country so far have been positive and driven by enthusiasm – these […]

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Album Review: Washed Out – Mister Mellow (2017 LP)

June 30, 2017

It’s been four years since Washed Out‘s (Ernest Greene), last album; and boy has a lot changed. 2013’s Paracosm was a tuneful record of utter warmth and bliss whereas new album, Mister Mellow, is a 13-track thickly woven psychedelic tapestry of samples and arrangements with a full length visual counterpart. Whilst this is keeping with […]

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Music Video of the Day: WAAX “Wild & Weak” (2017)

June 30, 2017

Brisbane five-piece WAAX should need no introduction. They’re one of the country’s best independent acts, both their album releases and live performances receiving glowing praise from all directions. They dropped their second EP, Wild & Weak, on June 2nd, which showed a mature direction for the band – tighter riffs, effortless breakdowns, and tackling deeper lyrical content. They’ve […]

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Actors Stephen Yuen and Daniel Henshall talk about Okja and working with Bong Joon Ho

June 30, 2017

While in Australia for the red carpet premiere of Okja – which also closed the Sydney Film Festival and is now streaming on Netflix – we caught up with two of its actors, Stephen Yuen (The Walking Dead) and Australia’s own Daniel Henshall. We learn more about their roles, the film and working with the film’s […]

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Here are all the new PlayStation VR titles available for download today

June 30, 2017

The PlayStation VR lineup has been bolstered significantly this week, with the release of several new titles, including the Spider-Man: Homecoming VR Experience, as well as DLC for brilliant Farpoint. The Farpoint Cryo Pack expansion is the title’s first DLC, and is available for free. The pack includes two new planetary regions covered in snow and ice, as well […]

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An American in Europe (at 30): Part Two – In UK and Ireland, friends make the world go round

June 30, 2017

“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light,” – Helen Keller Friends are a great thing to have. A good friend can give you so many things: Advice, Confidence, Wisdom. But the best friends are the ones who are just there. It took me seven days, four countries […]

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Meet the 2017 Miles Franklin Literary Award Shortlist (Part 1): Emily Maguire & Mark O’Flynn

June 30, 2017

On the 18th June the shortlist for the 2017 Miles Franklin Literary Award – an award now in it’s 60th year – was unveiled to the public. And what an exciting shortlist it was, with all five of this nominated authors shortlisted for the very first time! It was also great to see many of […]

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