Day: 25 July 2017

Single of the Day: Billie Eilish “idontwannabeyouanymore” (2017)

July 25, 2017

Billie Eilish is going to be heading out to Australia for the first time this September (get your tickets ASAP) and if that wasn’t enough for great news from the British breakthrough artist, Eilish has given fans a new single in “idontwannabeyouanymore”. Taken from her highly anticipated debut EP dont smile at me, which is out on […]

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Interview: Royal Blood talk How Did We Get So Dark?, returning to Australia & Game of Thrones in Sydney

July 25, 2017

While out in Australia for Splendour in the Grass (and some cheeky headline dates of their own), British duo Royal Blood found some time to catch up with us in Sydney. Also during their time out in Australia this month, Mike and Ben dropped the details of their largest Australian tour yet, which will see Royal Blood […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: The New Yorks – I Wish I Was You, But That’s Just Me (2017 EP)

July 25, 2017

Adelaide indie rock group, The New Yorks, release their sophomore EP record I Wish I Was You, But That’s Just Me next Monday (July 31st) – a collection of material that is bound to have live audiences moving over the next few months. Drawn to their guitar driven approach to indie jams, The New Yorks instantly […]

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Music Video of the Day: Jen Cloher “Regional Echo” (2017)

July 25, 2017

Jen Cloher‘s new self-titled album is one we’re very much looking forward to; as one of the country’s underrated songwriters, Cloher’s new material we’ve been hearing has definitely gotten us excited for what’s featured in the next chapter of the Melbourne musician’s book of music. In new single “Regional Echo”, Jen continues to bring open […]

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Win a double pass to see Tex Perkins In Conversation with Stuart Coupe in Sydney and a copy of his new book Tex

July 25, 2017

Tex Perkins embodies rock n’ roll. He has the swagger, presence and indomitable attitude that comes from three decades fronting some of Australia’s most intense and spirited bands; The Cruel Sea, Beasts of Bourbon, Thug, Dark Horses, Don, Tex & Charlie, The Ladyboyz and more. His autobiography, TEX tells the story of how skinny Gregory […]

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Save the date: We’re turning nine and throwing a massive free party in Sydney!

July 25, 2017

We can’t quite believe it ourselves, but next month, the AU review is turning nine years old! With support from our amazing friends at the Batch Brewing Co., we’re going to be throwing a massive party to celebrate in Sydney, on Wednesday, August 30th! And its totally free if you RSVP. We can’t tell you where […]

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Album Review: Jay Z – 4:44 (2017 LP)

July 25, 2017

The brief, yet captivating career retrospective of the life and career of Shawn Carter has a complete sense of poise, elegance and humbled acceptance. 36 minutes is all veteran emcee Jay Z needs on 4:44 to play host to a series of introspective thoughts on his life. The negative press surrounding Jay after Beyoncé’s Lemonade […]

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The Walking Dead launches Season 8 Trailer and confirms release date

July 25, 2017

Get hyped! The eighth season of The Walking Dead is set to premiere internationally on October 23 in 180+ markets within 24 hours of the U.S. premiere on October 22. Even more exciting is that the cast and crew on The Walking Dead panel at this past weekends Comic-Con in San Diego presented an action-packed […]

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Australian Box Office Report: WWII epic Dunkirk tops box office this week

July 25, 2017

Director Christopher Nolan’s eagerly awaited WWII epic, Dunkirk, shot to the top of the box office charts in its debut week.  It earned $6.0m, and got rave reviews from our reviewer.  It’s currently screening across 292 theatres nationally, including six 70mm screens and 1 IMAX screen, where it grossed $234k and $180k, respectively.  Dunkirk takes over the top […]

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The five biggest and best trailer reveals from San Diego Comic-Con

July 25, 2017

Another Comic-Con, another year of rumours, superstars and a whole lot of trailers. Over the last handful of years, Comic-Con has summated itself as the prestige event when it comes to inviting us to unchartered blockbuster worlds. This year has proved no different, with a plethora of trailers to salivate over with a slew of […]

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Star Trek: Discovery releases a gobsmacking, interstellar new trailer direct from Comic-Con

July 25, 2017

The new CBS/Netflix series Star Trek Discovery has dropped a new trailer, straight from the good old shores of San Diego Comic-Con. In this exciting, but morbidly dark preview we hear from Officer Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green, TV’s The Walking Dead) quoting the words: “The world doesn’t always adhere to logic, sometimes down is up and […]

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Win a double pass to the preview screening of The Trip To Spain at Dendy Opera Quays, Sydney

July 25, 2017

Rob and Steve are back. Six meals in six different places on a road trip through Spain from the North Atlantic to the Mediterranean coast- visiting Cantabria, the Basque region, Aragon, Rioja, Castile La Mancha and ending in Andalucia. Following the hilarious films The Trip, and The Trip To Italy, The Trip To Spain is […]

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Netflix debuts trailer for unconventional new series Atypical

July 25, 2017

With the consistent barrage of Netflix original/exclusive shows, Atypical joins the ranks in what seems to be a familiar narrative with an unconventional twist. Atypical revolves around Sam (played by Keir Gilchrist), a young, autistic high school student struggling with the opposite sex and what it means to date, socialise and ultimately connect. As previously […]

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Emirates launch double daily service between Dubai and Moscow

July 25, 2017

From October 1 2017, Emirates will be operating a double daily service between Dubai and Moscow on the airline’s A380, adding an extra 1,000 seats per week. The new service will allow multiple A380 to A380 connections to a wide range of leisure and business destinations including Mauritius, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Sydney, […]

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Food, arts and music festival Lost Picnic to return in October (Sydney)

July 25, 2017

After a three-year hiatus, Lost Picnic is set to return to Sydney this October. The boutique festival, which completely sold out when it was last hosted in 2014, is aimed at food, music and art lovers alike, taking over Sydney’s The Domain for a potent blend of art, theatre, food and music. Lost Picnic is […]

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