Day: 12 October 2017

Single of the Day: Ziggy Ramo “YKWD” (2017)

October 12, 2017

We’ve loved being able to learn more about young¬†Ziggy Ramo this year; from his initial wave-making tunes on Unearthed to his ridiculous sets at BIGSOUND this year, the WA hip hop artist has got a bright 2018 in front of him, just going off what this year has been like. His new single is as […]

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Music Video of the Day: Jen Cloher “Strong Woman” (2017)

October 12, 2017

Jen Cloher‘s self-titled album has been enjoyed highly deserved acclaim – a record full of strength, expertly delivered songwriting talent and an ‘instant classic’ vibe written all over,¬†Jen Cloher is bound to make it to many a Best Of list at the end of the year. One of the best cuts from the album comes […]

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Northlane pays tribute to Silverchair with “Anthem for the Year 2000” rework

October 12, 2017

If you can, wrap your heads around the fact that it’s been 20 years since¬†Silverchair released¬†Freakshow. The band’s sophomore record,¬†Freakshow saw Silverchair continue their rise to the top as one of Australia’s best young bands, spawning now-beloved songs including “Abuse Me”, “The Door” and of course, “Freak”. In celebrating the milestone, UNFD have announced the […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Tim Whitt – Geisel (2017 LP)

October 12, 2017

Adelaide producer¬†Tim Whitt is a name known to many on the local scene, having been part of the live scene for many years now in different projects, but this year has been about Whitt honing his craft and music to be released under his own name. On his new album¬†Geisel (officially released tomorrow, October 13th), […]

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Film Review: The Mountain Between Us (USA, 2017) is a romantic survival tale submerged in cheese

October 12, 2017

WARNING: This review may contain heavy traces of cheese. Before I start off this review, let me just make this one thing clear. I do like romantic films. This year alone, we have great films like Their Finest, The Big Sick, Our God’s Country and Call Me By Your Name. As much as I cannot […]

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Interview: Benjamin Law talks Boundless Festival, Australian Lit, Agony Aunts and Plebiscites

October 12, 2017

On Saturday 28th October the Bankstown Arts Centre is to play host to Boundless, a new literary festival bringing together Indigenous and culturally diverse Australian authors, both emerging and established, with readers to help celebrate the changing face of Australian literature. Presented by the NSW Writers’ Centre and Bankstown Arts Centre, Boundless, is a free […]

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Review: Michael Ball & Alfie Boe: Together is a truly unmissable concert experience

October 12, 2017

Michael Ball. Alfie Boe. Together live in concert. Review done. For what more really needs to be said? This is an incredible concert with two incredible theatre superstars, and it is truly an unmissable experience. The evening opens with the “Somewhere” overture from West Side Story before Ball and Boe take to the stage. The […]

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Melbourne Festival Review: A Galaxy of Suns brings the stars to life (Until 5th November)

October 12, 2017

Scattered throughout the varying levels of the Ian Potter Museum of Art, 36 singers stand lining the outskirts of the towering stair case wearing metallic-sliver hooded capes. As a Cellist plays, coloured lights flicker on and off, mirroring the rotating sound of the chorus who send their voices echoing throughout the open space. A Galaxy […]

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The 13th annual Australian Beer Festival returns to The Rocks this weekend (Sydney)

October 12, 2017

Long known as one of Sydney’s most anticipated celebrations of beer and cider, the Australian Beer Festival is making its way back to The Australian Heritage Hotel in The Rocks for two-and-a-half days of partying driven by the country’s best brewers. Kicking off on Friday 13th and wrapping up Sunday 15th October, the festival will […]

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SILY Sessions return to Since I Left You bar this Saturday (Sydney)

October 12, 2017

Spring is here and what better way to kick off a sunny afternoon than with a cocktails in hand, plate of antipasti in the other, and the musical sounds of soul resonating an enchanting city courtyard. You can at Sydney’s hip city small bar, Since I Left You, who are bringing back their SILY Sessions, […]

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