Day: 18 October 2017

The second Nuuk Nordisk Kulturfestival kicks off with a passionate start

October 18, 2017

Celebrating contemporary Nordic arts and co-creation in the northern landscapes, the festival began with a grand parade and opening show at the Nuuk Community Centre with balloons and flags, followed by a selection of outstanding films at the Bank of Greenland for the Nuuk International Film Festival 2017. The Nordisk Koncertkor choir then stunned the […]

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Our Top 5 moments from Sydney’s Lost Picnic at The Domain

October 18, 2017

Sydney hosted a gorgeous day out with some of our favourite established and emerging talent over the weekend, with Lost Picnic taking over The Domain. An audience of all ages gathered to see some excellent pop, Americana, indie and rock music on Sunday – a perfect way to enjoy one of many spring weekends ahead. While […]

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Single of the Day: ALTA “Sentiment” (2017)

October 18, 2017

Melbourne’s ALTA aren’t done with 2017 yet. The duo have just announced headline tour dates for November and December, and with their new single “Sentiment”, ALTA have shown that they’re only continuing to climb higher with each new release. The dance track is gorgeously composed and arranged, making it a strong addition to ALTA’s growing body […]

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Interview: Ecca Vandal stomps on boundaries in the name of inclusivity

October 18, 2017

Shimmering keys production leads into a pounding marriage of drums and guitar. Enter Ecca Vandal‘s banshee high range, soon to be joined by Jason Aalon Butler‘s guttural notes and punk royalty Dennis Lyxzén. The latest weapon out of Ecca Vandal’s musical arsenal is “Price of Living” – a hip hop licked punk fireball, it’s a statement on the […]

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The Humble Down Under Bundle gets you a ton of Aussie indies for dirt cheap

October 18, 2017

Humble Bundle has struck again. The charity fundraising site’s latest video game bundle highlights some of Australia’s best independently made video games. The asking price? Next to nothing.

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Byron Bay Film Festival Film Review: An American In Texas (USA, 2017) is a film for the disenfranchised

October 18, 2017

It’s a hard fought ninety-seven minutes for the protagonists in An American in Texas, but it’s a fight they could never really win. In Anthony Pedone’s latest, it’s the early 90’s and the U.S has its sights set on a war in the Middle East. As the effects of the conflict settle across the States, […]

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“Come and fu*kin’ get me, you fascist Nazi pigs.” The Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus launch trailer is here

October 18, 2017

The marketing for Bethesda’s Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has been among the year’s absolute best. After finding itself in the peculiar position of having to defend its core tenet of “Fuck Nazis” in a world where white nationalists rally in the open, the game has steered aggressively into any and all online resistance. It’s final trailer ahead […]

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