Day: 1 August 2017

THIS THAT is proof that coastal festivals are the new heavyweights

August 1, 2017

This morning, THIS THAT unveiled its line up for 2017 – the festival’s third edition. It’s a strong one for the east coast event to pull out of the bag, with a strong charge of Australian and international music being led by the likes of The Presets, Alison Wonderland and Thundamentals. It seems like a safe line up in […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Isadoré – Fight or Flight (2017 EP)

August 1, 2017

Melbourne singer songwriter Isadoré will be releasing her debut EP, Fight or Flight, this Friday, a culmination of a year immersing herself in new sounds and creative experiences. We’ve been stoked to have had the opportunity to listen to this newbie out of the East Coast recently and today, share it exclusively ahead of its official drop. For […]

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Six unmissable performances set to come out of Lollapalooza 2017

August 1, 2017

The biggest names in rock, hip-hop, pop and more will take over Grant Park for the 13th edition of Lollapalooza in Chicago next weekend. The four-day festival is headlined by Chance the Rapper, Arcade Fire, The Killers and Muse, but that is just the start of the packed lineup. Australia and New Zealand will have a […]

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Single of the Day: Milwaukee Banks “The City” (2017)

August 1, 2017

Milwaukee Banks‘ new single “The City” comes dripping with that unique style the duo have become known for applying throughout each beat, each vocal take. Fusing electronic production with hip hop progressions have put Milwaukee Banks firmly on the map, while this new single delivers on an amped sense of ambition, sonic concepts and more. […]

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Music Video of the Day: Sleep Party People “Fainting Spell” (2017)

August 1, 2017

Heard of Sleep Party People? You’re about to. The group, led by talented multi-instrumentalist Brian Batz are based out of Copenhagen and have been making some great art for a little while now, though for the music video for latest single “Fainting Spell”, the effort was truly massive. Calling on fans around the world to get involved […]

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Pennywise returns in a terrifying new trailer for Stephen King’s IT

August 1, 2017

Stephen King’s IT has been around for decades when it comes to pop culture. While Stephen King’s original book may have terrified readers, it seems we have the most terrifying look at Pennywise in the newest trailer for the IT remake. The trailer focuses on characters introduced in the initial teaser trailer, and in turn […]

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A super limited edition Dark Souls Vinyl Trilogy is coming

August 1, 2017

The Dark Souls series is no stranger to tense, difficult and utterly frustrating gaming moments. The tense feeling of Dark Souls returns in an extremely limited vinyl trilogy release. The exclusive numbered collection is strictly limited to 2000 copies, gathered in a 9-vinyl collector’s box set.  Motoi Sakaraba and Yuku Kitamura compose Dark Souls’ orchestral […]

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George Clooney’s latest spin on the Director’s chair, Suburbicon, gets a trailer

August 1, 2017

George Clooney’s newest film Suburbicon has received its first official trailer and it is shaping up to be one of the year’s most anticipated releases. Suburbicon is a peaceful, idyllic suburban community with affordable homes and manicured lawns – the perfect place to raise a family. In the summer of 1959, the Lodge family is doing just […]

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Just Cause 3 and Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry headline your Playstation Plus lineup for August

August 1, 2017

Another month and another handful of freebies for PS Plus subscribers. You’ll be delighted to know that August is one of the better months as Sony continue their steady roll of giving players what they want. Just Cause 3 leads the pack for PlayStation 4, giving you freedom to destroy just about everything in sight in […]

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Iconic Australian film Romper Stomper to be adapted into a new TV series

August 1, 2017

Stan have announced that production will commence this week on its newest Original Series, Romper Stomper, a 6-part drama continuing the story first told in the ground-breaking and controversial feature film of the same name, released 25 years ago. Thrilling, bold and provocative, Romper Stomper will pick up on the prescient themes and story of […]

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Win a double pass to see Beverly Hills Cop In The House in Sydney

August 1, 2017

Event Cinemas on George Street, Sydney, is continuing its latest In The House season on August 11th with a screening of the 1984 hit comedy Beverly Hills Cop, starring zest Murphy. The In The House series takes place at Event Cinemas George St. Tickets are only $15 (or $12 if you’re a Cine Buzz member) […]

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Interview: Stunt Actor Debbie Evans talks The Fate of The Furious, her time with the Ghostbusters and memories of Paul Walker

August 1, 2017

My entire life has been a Cinephile dream, I was Born in 1982, started watching films like Ghostbusters 2 when I was not allowed to, I was probably 8, since then I have never turned back! The fact you have been through almost all my favourite films through my life, through everyone’s lives, is absolutely insane, […]

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Film Review: The Big Sick (USA, 2017) Makes The Case For Big-Screen Romance

August 1, 2017

It sometimes feels like today’s romantic-comedy films have become a little of out of sync with the rest of the modern blockbuster landscapes. You just don’t see as many being made these days. There’s an easy argument to be made that the audience for these kinds of stories have largely migrated to TV shows like […]

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Video Games Review: Splatoon 2 (Switch, 2017)

August 1, 2017

When I first got my hands on Splatoon 2  at a Nintendo Switch preview event in Melbourne back in February, my first thought was that this was a rare display of laziness from Nintendo. There wasn’t anything that felt hugely different from the 2015 Wii U original other than the ability to take the game with you. I […]

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Five things we learned from the new Netflix series Atypical

August 1, 2017

Atypical is a new Netflix series which has a charming lead character who is on the autistic spectrum. This family ‘dramedy’ is an engrossing one, which will teach viewers about some of the day-to-day realities for a teenager who has this mental syndrome. We put together the top five things we learned from this show. […]

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Interview: Josh Lefers, the man who can literally do it all, is now a children’s book author too

August 1, 2017

You’ll never meet a guy quite like Josh Lefers. There’s something about him that is intimidating, yet somewhat calming in the way his creativity flows. The Melbourne entrepreneur can now add another bow to his belt; a children’s book author with his first titled How to Hypnotise a Droid. Given his complete and utter love for […]

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Seoulja Boy: Where the urban west meets the flavours of the east (Melbourne)

August 1, 2017

Since its opening earlier this year, Seoulja Boy has managed to maintain a large and steady hype across social media. And with a menu full of affordable, photogenic cocktails, bright neon signs, and an in-house DJ spinning a mix of current and old-school hip-hop and R&B music, it’s easy to see why the Korean fusion […]

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The 5th annual Morrison’s Oyster Festival is back (Sydney)

August 1, 2017

Returning for its 5th year, the Morrison’s Oyster Festival returns to The Morrison Bar & Oyster Room to highlight the hero of the oyster for novices and aficionados alike. The month-long celebration will feature a unique menu curated by Sean Connolly that will see oysters sourced from over 50 regions across Australia to allow those […]

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