Day: 10 November 2017

West Thebarton join forces with Violent Soho’s James Tidswell in signing with Domestic La La

November 10, 2017

Adelaide’s West Thebarton have become one of the first bands to be signed to new Australian label, Domestic La La. Helmed by Violent Soho‘s James Tidswell and formed in conjunction with the Unified Group, Domestic La La is sure to soon be home to some of the country’s best emerging talent. Of West Thebarton (who have had a massive […]

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Music Video of the Day: Super Cruel ft. CXLOE “Sicklaced” (2017)

November 10, 2017

Tigerilla and Jesse Porsches continue to rack up the accolades as their duo SUPER CRUEL continues to generate momentum, the latest nugget of a win coming in new music video for “Sicklaced”. Filmed out on the Gold Coast by the Jaen Collective, the clip takes in party nights and clear days, starring Josh Hueston and Cartia Mallan. Matching up with the upbeat club […]

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A.B. Original fuel the ARIA win bonfire with a massive night at the SA Music Awards

November 10, 2017

2017 is A.B. Original‘s year. What started as an EP’s worth collection of material written over a span of a few days by Trials and Briggs, soon turned into one of the country’s most important albums and definitely, one of the most acclaimed this year. At the South Australian Music Awards in Adelaide overnight, the group continued their […]

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Interview: Amy Nelson (Canada) dishes on new music, inspiration and more with us in Sydney

November 10, 2017

Not to be confused with fellow musician and daughter of Willie Nelson, Canadian singer songwriter Amy Nelson has long been forging her way as one of the country’s hardest touring independent artists. In Australia for shows that brought her to the east coast, Amy caught up with us in Sydney. “I came to Australia as a backpacker years and […]

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Writing Music for the Big Screen: Jed Kurzel on life as a Screen Composer

November 10, 2017

When it comes to music it seems Australian artist Jed Kurzel can do no wrong. Before shifting his focus to films, Kurzel first came to prominence as a founding member of Australian band The Mess Hall. Together with band mate Cec Condon, the blues-rock duo saw success around Australia winning a number of ARIA Awards. […]

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Pokemon GO dev Niantic’s next mobile title will be Harry Potter themed

November 10, 2017

Warner Bros Interactive Entetainment and Niantic have finally, officially, spilled the beans on their Harry Potter mobile collaboration. A boat that had become particularly leaky in the last few days, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will turn players into real world wizards and witches in much the same way Niantic’s megahit Pokemon GO turned players into IRL Pokemon trainers.

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Tech Review: Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ90 puts power in your pocket

November 10, 2017

Have you ever wanted to be able to put a 20.3MP camera with full manual controls and 4K video functionality in your pocket? If you said yes, the Lumix DMC-TZ90 might just be your new favourite thing – as long as you don’t plan to shoot after dark. This camera was not designed for me; […]

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Norwegian Jewel kicks off Australian season in Sydney this month

November 10, 2017

Norwegian Cruise Line is just about ready to begin its inaugural Australian season from Sydney this month as Norwegian Jewel sails into Sydney Harbour on 12th November ahead of its first round-trip itinerary: a five-day “Taste of Tasmania” cruise. The season, which starts this month and ends in February 2018, will include nine sailings around […]

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Create NSW & Artspace NSW Visual Arts Fellowship Winner Announced

November 10, 2017

The 2017 Create NSW & Artspace NSW Visual Arts Fellowship winner has been announced as Claudia Nicholson. Starting in 1900, it is one of the nation’s oldest arts awards, and see’s the Sydney artist take home $30,000. Funding a self-directed program of professional development over two years, Nicholson will travel to Mexico and the USA […]

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Iconic Victorian Infrastructure turned Wearable Art at the MPavilion

November 10, 2017

Have you ever looked at a really pretty building and thought, ‘I wonder what that would look like as a dress?” Well, wonder no more my friend because Melbourne’s next generation of architects and designers are coming together to make your weird but wonderful day dreams come true. Gaining inspiration form famous landmarks around Melbourne, […]

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A Girl Called Jayne is Elwood’s newest cafe from a Michelin-trained chef (Melbourne)

November 10, 2017

Elwood locals may be wondering what happened to their beloved Turtle Cafe. Well, the space has been transformed into what will now be known as A Girl Called Jayne, a simple and elegant cafe that has already built up a loyal following with its use of high quality produce to deliver fresh-focused breakfast and lunch […]

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