Day: 25 October 2017

Revisiting some of our favourite Biffy Clyro cuts as tickets for their Australian tour go onsale

October 25, 2017

Some of our favourite Scots are coming back to Australia – it’s been far too long since Biffy Clyro have hit our shores. Mon the Biff. The band has held such a strong connection with Australian fans over the years – whether it was Blackened Sky that caught attention back in 2002, or Puzzles in 2007 that hooked them in, or […]

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Rare Finds extends the Sydney party vibe to Melbourne & Brisbane in January

October 25, 2017

If you’ve been frequenting Sydney’s local music scene over the past few years, chances are you’ll be aware of the parties Rare Finds have been throwing. What started as a way for the boutique artist management and PR company to highlight their favourite emerging acts (and have a pretty damn fine time partying in the same […]

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Music Video of the Day: BUGS “Neighbourhood” (2017)

October 25, 2017

Brisbane has proven itself to be a bubbling melting pot of guitar music, singer songwriters and indie giants over the past few years and with a new year edging closer and closer, the Sunshine State isn’t stopping. Which brings us to Brissy trio BUGS. From the coast to the suburbs of Brisbane itself, the group has […]

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Sydney Festival unveils 2018 program; Indigenous talent set to shine in January

October 25, 2017

The 2018 Sydney Festival came to play and man, does the Harbour City look set to absolutely shine come January. Festival Director Wesley Enoch and his team have compiled a number of wonderful creations spanning theatre, music, visual arts and more for next year’s Sydney Festival, bringing some heavy hitting international names through, all the while shining the […]

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Film Review: Thor: Ragnarok (USA, 2017) may be the best entry into the MCU yet

October 25, 2017

Thor: Ragnarok hits Australian cinemas tomorrow, and by now you’ve heard that this Marvel series’ third instalment lives up to expectations. Helmed by the great Kiwi director Taika Waititi, who assembled a cast of returning favourites and a few excellent additions from his own repertoire, Thor: Ragnarok takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe to new heights, […]

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Emirates looks to regional Australian flavours for new in-flight menu

October 25, 2017

In working a new in-flight menu onto their Australian routes, Emirates have tapped into local flavours by working closely with Alpha Catering to source recipes from chefs all over Australia. After receiving over 300 recipe submissions from chefs spread across the country, the dedicated team have developed new menus which dip into the diverse and […]

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Exploring the Riverina area of NSW during the Deni Ute Muster

October 25, 2017

The Deni Ute Muster has been a regular drawcard for car enthusiasts for almost twenty years. With a range of activities including car demonstrations, a rodeo challenge, plenty of live music, helicopter joy rides, food, drink and sideshows, there is plenty to keep the whole family amused. Deni is also host to the Rhythm, Blues […]

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Book Review: Shine Like It Does is a sparkly new biography about Michael Hutchence & INXS

October 25, 2017

This year marks the 20th anniversary since the death of the legendary, Michael Hutchence. In this time, a lot of books and articles have been published about this enigmatic man. A new biography, Shine Like It Does, from journalist Toby Creswell, may not be the most necessary title, but his book is an intriguing one; with Creswell managing […]

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Streets Ice Cream have stepped up their game with the Golden Gaytime Sanga

October 25, 2017

Ditching the stick, ice-cream favourite Golden Gaytime has now been transformed into sandwich form with the Golden Gaytime Sanga. Streets Ice Cream announced the new release earlier this year, taking the next step in the ongoing Golden Gaytime craze by giving us what is essentially a Maxibon version of the nationally treasured dairy gem. Described […]

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Sydney Festival: here’s what to expect at the Meriton Festival Village in 2018

October 25, 2017

Oh you thought Hyde Park was only Sydney’s most exciting destination during October’s Night Noodle Markets? Wrong. Each January Sydney Festival transforms a small but spacious section of the sprawling public park into the Meriton Festival Village, an endlessly exciting hub that dances around pop ups from some of the city’s best food and drink […]

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