Day: 19 October 2017

Microsoft launches Windows 10 Fall Creator’s Update, announces Surface Book 2

October 19, 2017

Thursday was a bit of a day for Microsoft. They’ve had an OS update drop, the launch of an experimental new piece of hardware and the announcement of some updated kit. Check it all out after the jump.

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Become enamoured by HANDSOME, the latest Sydney artist you need on your radar

October 19, 2017

Now, you all might know and remember Caitlin Park‘s captivating music that was quick to gain momentum in Australia and abroad. Now, the acclaimed songwriter and performer has returned with a new project in HANDSOME – a bold and explorative new direction for the Sydney musician that has already begun drawing early acclaim. Enter “Late Night Ball […]

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Interview: Lewis Hobba takes us behind the scenes at triple J

October 19, 2017

Comedian and writer Lewis Hobba is one half of Australian radio’s favourite on-air team – triple j’s drive-time duo Veronica & Lewis, and a panelist for the upcoming music business seminar ‘New Directions @ The Con – Building A Team’ on October 27th. Lewis made the transition from sketch comedy to alternative radio over the […]

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Music Video of the Day: B Wise “Feel Something” (2017)

October 19, 2017

The release of B Wise‘s new single “Feel Something” has come with perfect timing; the weather is starting to warm up, the summer vibes are well on their way and for the Sydneysider, it’s the best time for him to be dropping songs that will be enjoying solid playlist action as we wrap up 2017. “Feel […]

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Melbourne’s Run Rabbit Run share five songs for inspiration, opening up on the Bloodline EP

October 19, 2017

The debut EP from Melbourne folk rockers Run Rabbit Run recently landed in the form of Bloodline, an ambitiously majestic presentation of music from a band who’ve been making decent waves for themselves on the live front through 2017. The influences are easy to draw; there’s some Fleet Foxes here, Of Monsters and Men there. As songwriter Casey […]

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Steve Kilbey is coming to Sydney for the NSW Premiere of his new documentary

October 19, 2017

One of Australia’s most iconic songwriters, Steve Kilbey, will be amongst the special guests set to appear at the inaugural Australian Music Week Film Festival from October 31st through until November 3rd. The festival itself, held in Cronulla, will be preceded by an event at the Event Cinemas on George Street however, accompanied by special Q&As at […]

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Film Review: The Snowman (USA, 2017) is in desperate need of an ice kicking

October 19, 2017

WARNING: May contain excessive amounts of puns. Another week, another film set in the snowy terrain. This week, we have The Snowman, a serial killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson and a embarrassment of talent. But unlike the prior film, The Mountain (of Cheese) Between Us, this film has achieved quite a negative reception […]

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Review: Cirque du Soleil’s Avatar inspired Toruk: The First Flight will defy your expectations (in Sydney to October 29th)

October 19, 2017

There’s something to be said for expectations. When you go to a Cirque du Soleil show, you have plenty of them. In their new production Toruk: The First Flight, set in the world of the 2009 film Avatar, the iconic Montreal circus company have taken the expectations of a Cirque audience and thrown them out […]

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A celebratory festival about death is hitting Sydney next Month

October 19, 2017

It may sound rather dark and grim, however the We’re All Going To Die Festival is far from it. In fact, the festival is a celebration of immersive art, music, films and talks that aims to inspire youngsters to fear less and live more. Kicking off on Friday 17th November from 6-10pm, over 100 artists, psychologists and producers are […]

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An ex-Chin Chin chef leads the kitchen at Windsor’s new Thai restaurant (Melbourne)

October 19, 2017

Windsor locals have waved goodbye (for now) to beloved dining spot Saigon Sally and have welcomed BKK, a new Thai restaurant coming from the Commune Group who are best known for their alternative sister restaurants including Hanoi Hannah and Tokyo Tina. Helmed by chef Sean Judd (ex Longrain, Chin Chin) the restaurant, which is an […]

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Cabarita institution Angelo’s on the Bay has made some big changes after three decades (Sydney)

October 19, 2017

Former Director of Hotels and Bars at The Keystone Group, Simon Barbato, has made some significant changes over at Cabarita institution Angelo’s on the Bay now that he is the newly appointed owner. This means a large refresh to the bayside dining and function venue and a menu overhaul by new Head Chef Mario Pedavoli […]

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Pringles launch Chilli Sambal flavour in Australia

October 19, 2017

After recently releasing both Meat Pie and Chicken Salt flavoured editions as part of their limited edition Aussie Favourites range, Pringles have went and scoured South-East Asia for their next out-there iteration, bringing the Australian market something for those who like their potato chips a full of spice and tang. As you can probably tell […]

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