Day: 15 October 2017

Robert Plant and the Sensational Shape Shifters & José González bound for the Sydney Opera House

October 15, 2017

The Sydney Opera House is set to host two incredible vocalists next March, with Robert Plant and José González each stopping by for unmissable headline performances alongside their Bluesfest festival appearances. Bringing his band The Sensational Space Shifters to the Concert Hall, Plant will be treading the stage twice, taking the crowd through his extensive career with Led Zeppelin […]

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Midnight Oil bringing 10-1 to Fremantle for ‘the oceans’

October 15, 2017

Their Australian tour is already boasting some of the best shows in recent memory for fans and now, Midnight Oil have added a new date to their extensive list of dates over the next few months. Heading to the Fremantle Arts Centre later this month, the Oils are presenting a special benefit concert to raise money for […]

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Music Video of the Day: Holiday Sidewinder “Casino” (2017)

October 15, 2017

Holiday Sidewinder has returned with a new single in “Casino”, taken from her forthcoming new EP – this is a return we have been hanging out for for ages. Signed with Personal Best Records, “Casino” heralds a new chapter for Holiday as she continues to mine the depths of some hectic psych infused disco pop and […]

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Tickets for Angus & Julia Stone’s new Australian tour go on sale this week

October 15, 2017

Jumping on the momentum their recent run around Australia had spurred on, Angus & Julia Stone are already planning huge shows for 2018. With their new album Snow continuing to make a solid impact with fans, the siblings are striving forward with this new chapter and off the back of recent shows, they’ve proven that they’re […]

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The east coast should prepare for another Grouplove onslaught next February

October 15, 2017

Grouplove‘s connection with Australia extends back far – if you remember that Splendour in the Grass event that first brought the US group out, you’ll remember how much potential burned away and burned brightly on each of those stages Grouplove headlined alongside the festival appearance. Fast forward through albums and various tours that have led […]

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Album Review: St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION (2017 LP)

October 15, 2017

I have never listened to St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) before this album, and while I feel I need to go and do that now, I am happy that MASSEDUCTION was my introduction to her music and her amazing talent. MASSEDUCTION is, quite frankly, the best thing I’ve listened to in a while. The production […]

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Photos: Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo hit the red carpet at the Sydney premiere of Thor Ragnarok

October 15, 2017

Stars Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth joined director Taika Waititi and producer Brad Winderbaum at the Sydney premiere of Thor: Ragnarok today. Nathan Atkins was there and brings The Iris these pics from the red carpet: [print_gllr id=43529] Thor: Ragnarok arrives in cinemas on October 26th. ———- This content has recently been ported from its original […]

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DVD Review: A Family Man (USA, 2017) is a dull, cliché-ridden family drama

October 15, 2017

A Family Man is a film about an ambitious, corporate-type who is forced to reassess his priorities. Sound familiar? It’s because this road to redemption is a well-trodden one. A Family Man continues along this journey of clichés without offering anything particularly original or endearing through the process. Gerard Butler (300) stars as Dane Jensen […]

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Jerome Borazio announces one-of-a-kind immersive theatrical experience for Melbourne in 2018

October 15, 2017

He’s widely known as founder of the triumphant St Jermone’s Laneway Festival, the mind who brought a world’s first glamping experience as well as one of the city’s coolest bars, and the guy who turned a disused factory into a hipster chapel of love and creativity, but for his latest gift to Australia Jerome Borazio […]

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Melbourne is getting a unique immersive and participatory theatrical experience in 2018

October 15, 2017

He’s widely known as founder of the triumphant St Jermone’s Laneway Festival, the mind who brought a world’s first glamping experience as well as one of the city’s coolest bars, and the guy who turned a disused factory into a hipster chapel of love and creativity, but for his latest gift to Australia Jerome Borazio […]

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Sydney’s top academics to turn the city’s bars into classrooms this month

October 15, 2017

Following a successful Sydney edition last year, internationally recognised keynote concept Raising the Bar will once again be taking over the city’s favourite drinking holes for the third year in a row. The concept is simple really: facilitated by the University of Sydney, a total of 20 academics will be spread across a program of […]

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