Day: 6 December 2017

Live Review: J Cole and his Dreamville crew put on Australia’s hip hop tour of the year

December 6, 2017

Ari Lennox, EarthGang, J.I.D and Bas. North Carolina emcee J. Cole, now one of the most commanding names in hip hop, is certainly chiseling his Interscope imprint Dreamville Records into something truly impressive, and positioned to grow well beyond 2018. It’s nothing new for a successful rapper to start fielding and fostering their own roster […]

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Kehlani plots return to Australia, joining the Origin NYE line up in Perth

December 6, 2017

After making an impressive splash in Australia earlier this year, Kehlani is going to be back on our shores, this time heading west for the Origin NYE festival in Perth. The American R&B artist joins the likes of Mura Masa, Kaytranada and 6LACK, a festival that is building itself up to be one of the festival destinations to bring in 2018. […]

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Single of the Day: Alae “Too Strung Up” (2017)

December 6, 2017

We first came across New Zealand trio Alae at BIGSOUND this year, caught by their captivating stage presence, and an irresistible batch of music that was on show. The Auckland based group have been touring successfully through their homeland this year and going off the reception to their BIGSOUND trip, we can only assume that we’re […]

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Music Video of the Day: The Deep Blue “Sleep In” (2017)

December 6, 2017

Indie pop band The Deep Blue are no strangers to the Central Coast and Newcastle music scene, but to those not in the know, these guys are an act to watch. Think The 1975 – but if they lived on the coast. Their songs are catchy, so much so that they’ve already garnered a dedicated […]

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Xbox Australia are releasing IRL PUBG supply drops across the nation this weekend

December 6, 2017

Fans of the immensely popular online shooter PlayerUnknown‘s Battlegrounds in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, get ready to mobilise. Xbox Australia are, perhaps irresponsibly, planning to release real world versions of the game’s coveted supply drops into your neighbourhood this very weekend.

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Win a copy of the final season George Gently on DVD

December 6, 2017

The North of England’s most upstanding detective, George Gently (Martin Shaw), returns to work the beat alongside his trusted partner. Together they investigate murder and corruption set against the turbulent tide of 1970s Britain. The immensely popular and long running British crime drama George Gently has just released its final shocking season and to celebrate […]

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Robot House’s Rumu releases next week because you deserve an early Christmas present

December 6, 2017

Sydney developer Robot House’s second major title and PAX Aus 2017 indie favourite Rumu will launch next week according to a press release from the studio today.

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Film Review: Wonder Wheel (USA, 2017) sees Woody Allen & cast over promise and under deliver

December 6, 2017

On paper, Wonder Wheel seems to have all of the right credentials. It’s a dramatic film set in the 1950s so it’s bound to look great. It stars Kate Winslet and is directed by Woody Allen. It is also set at the Coney Island Amusement Park. But even with all of this stuff on offer, […]

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Sydney’s legendary Mamak has opened in Seminyak (Bali)

December 6, 2017

Sydney’s beloved Award-winning Malaysian restaurant Mamak (known for it’s long queues and late opening hours) has opened their first international restaurant in Bali, bringing their bold traditional flavours to the island’s metropolitan Seminyak area. Located in the heart of Seminyak, Mamak Bali will showcase their beloved Malaysian Rotis, Curries and Satays to Bali locals and […]

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