Day: 24 August 2017

Five Albums You Must Listen to This Week (#012)

August 24, 2017

From G-funk through to 2012 emo rock greatness, we’ve got five albums from across the board to be getting amongst this week! Check out what our recommendations are for your playlist below…   G PERICO – All Blue (2017) By Tobias Handke Since dropping his debut mixtape Tha Innerprize in 2012, South Central rapper G Perico has […]

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Music Video of the Day: Black Lips “Crystal Night” (2017)

August 24, 2017

I’ve been watching a lot of Twin Peaks recently, and my first reaction to the opening scenes of the new Black Lips music video was that this could easily be cut from The Roadhouse at the end of one of Lynch’s new episodes. Anyway, I digress. “Crystal Night” sees its visual narrative take place at some kind […]

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Interview: A Fever Dream sees Everything Everything at their most confident, says Jonathan Higgs

August 24, 2017

An email announcing Everything Everything‘s return to American shores hits my inbox roughly 10 minutes before I find myself on the phone with the band’s vocalist and songwriter Jonathan Higgs; while the band haven’t been on a stage in some weeks, he’s quick to note that their ‘down time’ has been filled with promotion for their […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Ria Hall ft. Kings “Barely Know” (2017)

August 24, 2017

New Zealand artist Ria Hall has a profile that is surging upward in her homeland but for many of us over the pond, we’re only just becoming introduced to her music and it’s pretty timely – her debut album, Rules of Engagement, is just around the corner. Hall’s latest single release comes in the tune “Barely Know”; […]

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Fountaineer performs “The Cricketers” live at Young Henrys for the AU Sessions

August 24, 2017

During out recent catch up with Fountaineer‘s Tony White in Sydney, the songwriter and frontman performed “The Cricketers”, taken from the band’s new album Greater City, Greater Love at Young Henrys. The album is out now and you can find out more about it with our interview with Tony, here. Check out this exclusive AU Sessions performance below! […]

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Tech Review: iRobot Roomba 980 is happy to tidy up for you and put itself to bed

August 24, 2017

When I bought my first ever robot vacuum cleaner, a much older model of iRobot Roomba from 2011 or so, it was as a way of freeing up more time. No more vacuuming! My then-girlfriend an I then proceeded to waste hours watching it bumble around our little two bedroom rental, bumping into walls and […]

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Film Review: Killing Ground (Australia, 2017) is an assured and unapologetic debut feature

August 24, 2017

Offsetting its grand, sprawling Australian outback locale with a dark, often uncomfortably intimate story that crosscuts between altering timelines, Killing Ground is an assured, at times unapologetic, debut feature from writer/director Damien Power. Taut, tightly wound and brutal without resorting to exploitation, the film initially focuses on sprightly couple Ian (Ian Meadows) and Sam (Harriet […]

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Foodie Field of Winter: A Fungi Feast at The Loch in Berrima

August 24, 2017

The cool winter air in Berrima lends itself perfectly to an indulgent mushroom and truffle feast. On a brisk but sunny Sunday, we make our way to The Loch in Berrima for a Foodie Field Day celebrating A Fungi Feast with exotic mushrooms from Li Sun Mushroom Tunnels, premium Yelverton truffles and produce from the […]

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