Day: 21 November 2017

Music Video of the Day: Gin Wigmore “Cabrona” (2017)

November 21, 2017

Gin Wigmore‘s voice has long been a favourite of ours; classic and rich in soul, the New Zealander has been continuing to go from strength to strength. Her new album, Ivory, is out next March and in her latest single, “Cabrona”, Wigmore comes through with the goods as we anticipated she would. The music video is […]

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with RocKwiz at 2018’s Twilight at Taronga series

November 21, 2017

Next year’s Twilight At Taronga series has bolstered its program, with the addition of the RocKwiz crew – next year’s Valentine’s Day will be a special one at the zoo, as the audience is invited to get lovey as RocKwiz Live salutes love on February 14th & 15th. Julia Zemiro, Brian Nankervis, Dugald McAndrew and the RocKwiz OrKestra will be […]

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Single of the Day: Dizzy “Swim” (2017)

November 21, 2017

Here’s some dreamy music for your Tuesday. Meet Dizzy. Creators of infectious pop music, the Ontario group have produced a stunning new single in “Swim”. Positioning themselves brilliantly as an Act To Watch for 2018, Dizzy shine with this strain of pop music that highlights production and arrangement, while Katie Munshaw‘s vocals strike right at the heart […]

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Interview: Jesswar’s “Savage” earns the aunties’ seal of approval as the official music video drops today

November 21, 2017

Seated in the artists’ catering area at A Weekend in The Gardens on Saturday afternoon, Jesswar is looking remarkably fresh for someone who has also been caught in the rain the Melbourne site endured throughout the day. Her partner, Brisbane artist Hannah BrontĂ«, also sits across from me, looking effortlessly stylish. It’s enough to make you feel even more […]

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Our top picks for the home stretch of Melbourne Music Week 2017

November 21, 2017

Until the 25th of November, Melbourne is throwing open its music venues and public spaces as part of a nine day celebration of the city’s internationally renowned music scene. The centre of Melbourne Music Week is Saint Paul’s Cathedral, which will host a fair chunk of the action inside the church as well as in […]

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5 MARVEL-ous Things We Learnt From Stan Lee’s Supanova Adelaide Q&A Panels

November 21, 2017

He’s considered a legend in the realm of pop culture, and in the late 1950’s he revolutionised comics and created some of the world’s most popular characters. Stan Lee is a comic-book writer, editor, film executive, producer, and publisher and he lead the charge for taking Marvel Comics from a small division within a publishing […]

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Seminyak’s AYA restaurant combines street art and Peruvian fusion cuisine in Bali

November 21, 2017

As we near the end of 2017, it seems Bali’s famous Seminyak neighbourhood is getting all kinds of new dining destinations. We brought you news of Sarong Group’s new steampunk-inspired Thai restaurant recently, now we turn our attention towards the newly opened AYA Restaurant. Coming from owners Juanjo Suárez, Christian Gastaldi, Marco Cueva and Rafael […]

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Interview: Designer Misty Copeland on launching her new Under Armour Collection

November 21, 2017

Misty Copeland represents strength, courage and female empowerment, but now the Under Armour athlete and Principal Ballerina can add fashion icon to her bio. Copeland made the journey to Sydney to launch her new collaborative collection with Under Armour which is fashion-forward, transformative and transitional, celebrating her undeniable drive and unmistakable style. Why have you chosen to collaborate with […]

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Play On: The Art of Sport exhibition arrives in Gymea next month

November 21, 2017

Celebrating ten years of the Basil Sellers Art Prize, Play On: The Art of Sport is opening at the Hazelhurst Gallery and Arts Centre in Gymea NSW on 9 December 2017 until 11 February 2018. The exhibition is a dynamic mix of media, with works exploring the sporting genres from community footy, women’s boxing, ground-keeping to gymnastics […]

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Book Review: The Stranger by Melanie Raabe is a well wrought suspenseful thriller

November 21, 2017

She doesn’t know him. He knows everything about her. Philip Peterson, a wealthy businessman disappears without trace on a trip to South America. Seven years later he’s back. Or is he? The Stranger starts with a memory, and these flashbacks creep in throughout the novel. Not too far into proceedings ‘The Stranger’ is found, appearing amid […]

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Book Review: Soon by Lois Murphy invites us to visit a haunted, and dying town

November 21, 2017

A haunted and deserted town, yet some people can’t, or won’t, leave. Any prospect of work is long since gone. The road sign offering directions to where the town is, has been removed. Yet, for a small group of locals it’s home, and the only place they know. perfectly captures the feel of country town […]

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Barangaroo House introduces waterfront rooftop bar “Smoke”

November 21, 2017

Before the year is out Sydney will be getting of the year’s biggest openings. The epic three-level Barangaroo House from Solotel Group and Matt Moran will be officially opening doors towards the end of December, but ahead of the full launch the team are set to reveal one level per week. They’ll start up the […]

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A premium French luxury fashion shop from L’Ingénue has popped up in Sydney

November 21, 2017

Australian online boutique L’IngĂ©nue is furthering their commitment to Parisian designed luxury fashion with a temporary pop-up shop on Sydney’s Oxford Street. The boutique’s exclusive range of high quality French fashion will be available at the store, which is currently operating at 270 Oxford Street, Paddington from now until 29th November. Open from 10am to […]

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