Day: 4 October 2017

Watch Tash Sultana make her US TV debut on Late Night with Seth Meyers

October 4, 2017

Continuing on her path to Stateside domination, Tash Sultana broke another lil career milestone in performing on US television, making her debut on Late Night with Seth Myers. Performing her hit single “Jungle”, Sultana threw back to her breakthrough era with the song, as her new tune “Mystik” has surfaced back here in Australia. Check out the […]

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A.B. Original leads nominations for 2017 South Australian Music Awards

October 4, 2017

Celebrating their third awards event in November, the 2017 South Australian Music Awards have today unveiled their nominees, with A.B. Original leading the pack with a massive six noms to their name. On their heels, Tkay Maidza has four nominations while emerging SA talent DyspOra, Lonelyspeck and Bec Stevens have made their mark on the list this year. The event itself has […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Alana Jagt “Somehow, Sometime” (2017)

October 4, 2017

Adelaide songwriter Alana Jagt is gearing up for the release of her much anticipated debut studio EP Wilderness and in continuing to build the excitement, this South Australian fave is giving us a sneak peek with her new single, “Somehow, Sometime”. Her vocals are gorgeous, layered with a delicate raspiness that makes her sound feel pulled from […]

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Fine Arts, Artisan and Best Comedy Award nominees revealed for the 2017 ARIA Awards

October 4, 2017

Nominees have started rolling out for this year’s ARIA Awards, with the Fine Arts, Artisan and Comedy categories coming first out of the gate this morning. With the winners to be revealed at ARIA’s annual nominations event at the National Gallery in Sydney on October 10th, the countdown to the 2017 ARIA Award celebrations will […]

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Music Video of the Day: Vic Mensa “Rollin’ Like a Stoner” (2017)

October 4, 2017

With his acclaimed debut album The Autobiography still landing with fresh ears, Vic Mensa has continued to show the public he’s not about doing things the conventional way. His output shining with eccentricities and recklessness, Mensa has now produced the visuals for album track “Rollin’ Like a Stoner” – directed by Mensa himself, he describes the music […]

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Australian Box Office Report: Kingsman: The Golden Circle tops the ladder for the second week

October 4, 2017

School holiday cinema viewing has been kind to Kingsman: The Golden Circle, where it sat at no. 1 for the second straight week, following its strong debut last week.  This weekend, it made $3.60m, and has already made $12.08m to date nationally.   Another strong school holiday performer was The Emoji Movie.  This week it made $2.18m, bumping it up from […]

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Film Review: Blade Runner 2049 (USA, 2017) is an instant classic

October 4, 2017

When the original Blade Runner was first released in cinemas in 1982, it made waves for its stunning cinematography and special effects, moody and now iconic soundtrack from Vangelis, and its truly innovative adaptation of a short story from sci-fi writer Philip K Dick; the rare instance where a film has outdone its source material. […]

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Look at these killer tees that came out of that Nintendo & Uniqlo collab

October 4, 2017

Popular Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo is bringing their range of Nintendo-themed tees to Australian shores this week. The designs are pulled from the UTGP2017  global t-shirt design competition, were handpicked by Nintendo and video game royalty Shigeru Miyamoto and now you can get them if you want them.

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Turtle Beach’s new Stealth series headsets actually pretty easy to find in the wild

October 4, 2017

Gaming peripheral manufacturer Turtle Beach launched a new series of wireless headsets this week. The Stealth 600 and Stealth 700 are bit of a funny combo, aiming to please those who value style and cord cutting ease of use and the high-end customer looking for excellent positional sound.

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Games Review: Forza Motorsport 7 (Xbox One, 2017) changes the formula, but still finishes first

October 4, 2017

Given that it was built from the ground up to be a showcase for the Xbox One X console launching in November, it feels a bit weird to be reviewing Forza Motorsport 7 on my Day One launch edition Xbox One. Racing games have been enlisted as gorgeous tech demo for fresh hardware, don’t go in thinking the […]

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Review: Have fun taking time out at Time Out Hotel in Barbados

October 4, 2017

When I checked into my original Barbados hotel, in the Carribean, I was sorely disappointed. The bed was uncomfortable, bathroom dirty, and, because of the open plan of the building, was barely private. The next morning I trawled Booking.com for a better hotel nearby and found a deal at Time Out Hotel, only a ten […]

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Book Review: Alicia Inez Guzmán’s Georgia O’Keeffe At Home explores the oeuvre of an American art icon

October 4, 2017

Famed American artist Georgia O’Keeffe is the focus of Alicia Inez Guzmán’s latest work, Georgia O’Keeffe At Home. Exploring the relationship between O’Keeffe’s location and the work she produced, Guzmán takes readers from Texas, to New York, to New Mexico, in a book that is part beautiful coffee table literature, part in depth art historical […]

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