Day: 7 December 2017

Single of the Day: French Horn Rebellion ft. Natalie Duffy “Rooftops” (2017)

December 7, 2017

The Perlick-Molinari brothers have returned with another fine French Horn Rebellion single, this time in “Rooftops”. Featuring Natalie Duffy on vocals, this piece of bounding dance music has arrived in perfect time for summer and no doubt will be making its way onto playlists to soundtrack many a party night soon. A euphoric build gives way to a […]

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Perfume Genius, Art vs Science take to The Adelaide Festival’s Palais series in 2018

December 7, 2017

After enjoying huge successes this year, The Palais will be returning to the Adelaide Festival in 2018 with some acclaimed international and Australian musicians on hand to ensure that punters can have some unforgettable nights out on the Adelaide Riverbank. Building upon the calibre of artists set in 2017, the Palais’ live music line up for […]

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“Woman’s World 2.0” brings Miss Blanks & Jesswar in to add more fire to Okenyo’s original

December 7, 2017

OKENYO. Oh, OKENYO. For a woman who has been continuously making excellent moves in music for years now, it’s been wonderful seeing the Sydney performer’s star rise more publicly through 2017. Her single “Woman’s World” was quick to wrap fans up and alert newcomers to her presence as part of the strong community of women […]

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There’s a new Tomb Raider game on the way but we still don’t know anything about it

December 7, 2017

Square Enix have announced that a new entry in the long-running Tomb Raider franchise is on the way, taking to the series’ official Twitter account to deliver the news.

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Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2 cop delays

December 7, 2017

Ubisoft have announced that their two major Q1 2018 releases have suffered delays. Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2 will both miss their launch dates by up to a month according to a blog post by the publisher.

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The Game Awards: Where and when Aussies can watch today’s stream live

December 7, 2017

The Game Awards are taking place in LA and they’re pulling out all the stops this year. This year’s event will stream across almost every social media and streaming site available. 

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Tech Review: Cygnett 20,000mAh USB-C Power Bank: You’re gonna carry that weight

December 7, 2017

As someone who travels quite a bit for work and is always hunting for a power point to keep my various juice-hungry devices alive, power banks have long been a part of my work/life survival kit Must Haves. The thing is, most power banks are good for keeping my phone afloat and that’s about it. What […]

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David Moyle to curate extensive food line up – ‘Royal Moyle’ – for the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival

December 7, 2017

Music festivals, these days, are as much about the experience off stage as they are about the ones to be had in front of them, with the ’boutique’ nature of these events drawing huge numbers of people out each year to spend money on the culinary delights that can be found at each site. The […]

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New Walsh Bay restaurant Seventeen opens just in time for summer holidays (Sydney)

December 7, 2017

Inspired by the seventeen moorings floating along Sydney’s foreshore, Walsh Bay’s latest nautical themed dining venue Seventeen will be opening this week just in time for summer, boasting spectacular water views in a 100 seater cafe/deli/restaurant setting. Headed up by Clint Jaeger (Tetsuya’s, Banc, Bill’s and Hugo’s) Seventeen’s versatility is reflected in its menu which […]

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Pier Farm opens along Williamstown beachfront (Melbourne)

December 7, 2017

Prominent Melbourne restauranteur, Roberto Schieriani, has opened up Pier Farm, a Mediterranean-inspired establishment at the former site of Anchorage along Williamstown’s seaside strip. Matteo Bartaletti who hails from North Bondi Italian Food and Movida has been appointed as head chef, designing a menu that features an array of seafood, pasta and salad dishes with ingredients sourced […]

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Sydney’s legendary Jackies launches a refreshed breakfast and lunch menu

December 7, 2017

The iconic Paddington courtyard cafe Jackies have debuted an updated breakfast and lunch menu. Jackies’ new owners Jono and Lucy Bowman purchased the business from the late Jackie Milijash’s mother Gina earlier this year and vow to continue the cool cafe scene of the 1990’s that Jackies notoriously had a part in creating. With new […]

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