Day: 18 July 2017

Future Islands set to return to Australia later this year

July 18, 2017

Currently in the country in advance of their exclusive performance at Splendour in the Grass this weekend, we sat down with Future Islands today to talk about their long awaited return off the back of their new LP The Far Field. While talking about the Splendour show, the band let slip that they’d be back […]

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Music Video of the Day: Vic Mensa “Rage” (2017)

July 18, 2017

If there’s one highly anticipate hip hop release of this year, it’d have to be Vic Mensa‘s debut studio effort, The Autobiography. It has been a long time in the making but finally, we’ve been teased with what’s to come, particularly with new single “Rage”. With a special launch/listening party heralding Mensa’s new sounds in New York […]

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The inaugural Sydney Film Music Festival takes off this October

July 18, 2017

A one of a kind event series is coming to Sydney in October, celebrating both film and music. The inaugural Sydney Film Music Festival is set to take place across three nights in October at the ICC Sydney Theatre, offering punters the chance to experience the iconic soundtracks of some classic films in a unique setting. Tickets […]

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Hideous Sun Demon, Straight Arrows & more added to this year’s Volumes Festival

July 18, 2017

For another year, the Volumes Festival is set to celebrate some of the country’s best across a range of Sydney’s best loved venues this August. Featured on the latest artist announcement are the likes of Perth’s Hideous Sun Demon, Sydney’s own Straight Arrows and Melbourne’s Huntly. Already on the line up for Volumes this year are some of our […]

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Single of the Day: Cosmo’s Midnight ft. Kudu Blue “Mind Off” (2017)

July 18, 2017

Cosmo’s Midnight have come on through with another solid new tune in their latest, “Mind Off”. Bringing in the talented Clementine Douglas of Kudu Blue, the UK vocalist fit like a glove in amongst the Aussie twins’ latest wild beat foray. What we like best about “Mind Off” is its warped, addictive quality – Cosmo’s Midnight […]

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Interview: Jon Stevens opens up about recent shows in London & his Starlight tour

July 18, 2017

Hot on the heels of his UK tour, Jon Stevens is hitting the road around Australia for a national tour to celebrate his latest album release, Starlight. The tour, which will see him rock into six states and territories, will also feature very special guest and Jon’s long-time friend Kate Ceberano. He has fronted some […]

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Album Review: Arcade Fire – Everything Now (2017 EP)

July 18, 2017

In 2013, Reflektor cemented Arcade Fire as a band to watch. Headlining festivals around the world, their groovy-techno-logic sound, crossed with spacey love stories and anarchic idealism, heightened their already bubbling commercial success. Four years later, with studio album number five rearing its head (titled Everything Now, due July 28th), two questions arise: has the popularity […]

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Will Smith set to play the Genie as the cast of Disney’s live action Aladdin is announced

July 18, 2017

It was a huge weekend for Disney fans over the weekend as the D23 Expo revealed all things from the Star Wars, Marvel Studios and Pixar camps. One tidbit that has got tongues wagging (for better or worse) is the casting of Aladdin, Jasmine and the Genie for the live-action remake of Aladdin. Disney have […]

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Robert Braiden sci-fi thriller 1 enters production in Queensland; Dan Ewing joins cast

July 18, 2017

With an eye locked on a 2018 release, the latest project from Australian director Robert Braiden, a science-fiction thriller entitled 1, has commenced principal photography. The film has been acquired by Truant Productions, and now as filming commences in South East Queensland, further details regarding cast and story have now surfaced. Home & Away and […]

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Australian Box Office Report: Spider-Man: Homecoming sticks to the top of the chart

July 18, 2017

It’s been a good fortnight for Spider-Man: Homecoming.  Debuting in cinemas last week, it remains at the top of the box office ladder for the 2nd week in a row.  This week it has posted $4.92m in earnings.  Although it’s about half of what it opened with last week (a little over $10m), it still screened […]

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Shadowhunters actor Dominic Sherwood on Jace’s difficult second season and his first visit to Australia

July 18, 2017

Currently screening in Australia week-by-week on Netflix, Shadowhunters is a fantasy series that has amassed a sizeable following. It’s based on the book The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare, which also inspired a film, City of Bones, back in 2013. Now in its second season, the Last week, I sat down with Dominic Sherwood, who […]

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Review: Tedeschi and Bell deliver an enrapturing performance of Enoch Arden at the Adelaide Festival Theatre

July 18, 2017

Enoch Arden is a stirring tale written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson in 1884. It tells the story of three children growing up together in a seaside town and the complicated love triangle between them. Enoch Arden is the rough sailor’s son who wins Annie Lee’s heart over his rival Phillip Ray. The performance at the […]

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Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, launches in Australia

July 18, 2017

Following successful launches across London and U.S.A, Seedlip have entered into the Australian market. Not familiar? It’s described as the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, and it already being stocked by luxury stores, Michelin starred restaurants and award-winning bars around the world, including current number one restaurant in the world, New York’s Eleven Madison Park. […]

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