Day: 8 December 2017

Music Video of the Day: Kyle Craft “The Rager” (2017)

December 8, 2017

Kyle Craft has caught our attention this week, as the buzz surrounding his sophomore album Full Circle Nightmare continues to generate ahead of its February release. Particularly, his single “The Rager” is a tragic heartbreaker of a tune and the official music video shines as well. Dramatic and dark, the video depicts the protagonist preparing for […]

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The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl returns in February, hosting the Philly Jays, Gooch Palms & more

December 8, 2017

Returning to take over Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley for another year, the Mountain Goat Valley Crawl is lining up for another expansive party on February 17th. Next year, the Philadelphia Grand Jury, Gooch Palms, Jess Locke and more will take to stages throughout the city hub, including The Foundry, The Flying Cock and Black Bear Lodge. 35 artists have been confirmed for the Mountain […]

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Amy Shark, Gang of Youths amongst major winners at the National Live Music Awards

December 8, 2017

Eight events took place simultaneously around the country last night, celebrating the contributions to live music by some of our best established and emerging acts, with the National Live Music Awards taking place from another year. With the ticketed gala event happening at The Grace Darling Hotel in Collingwood, the Melbourne event of the NLMAs saw […]

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Interview: Miss Blanks on defying the term ‘buzz artist’ in making a career for the long haul

December 8, 2017

At BIGSOUND this year, Miss Blanks emerged as one of the most talked about showcase artists of the festival. In the months since, the Brisbane-based performer has locked down numerous high calibre shows that have seen her grace stages at Melbourne Music Week and Listen Out, while the national Laneway Festival stages are calling in early […]

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Live Review: Paul McCartney leaves a packed AAMI Park Stadium grinning from ear to ear

December 8, 2017

Wednesday marked the second and final performance of the legendary Sir Paul McCartney in Sydney, as he continues his One by One Tour around the country. By now, you’ve likely heard just how brilliant these shows have been, cramming in upwards of 40 songs in 3 hours – the vast majority of those tracks Beatles […]

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The Game Awards: Metro Exodus gets a new trailer

December 8, 2017

Metro Exodus got another emotional trailer today at The Game Awards, highlighting the game’s story and characters. Check it out below the jump.

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The Game Awards 2017: Media Molecule’s Dreams gets an inspirational new trailer

December 8, 2017

Media Molecule have a new trailer for their experimental art title Dreams, and if you can get through it without cracking a smile, you might be dead inside. Check it out after the jump.

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The Game Awards: Your latest look at Death Stranding is here

December 8, 2017

Hideo Kojima’s next game Death Stranding got another trailer at The Game Awards this year, and it certainly doesn’t answer many questions. Rather, it raises a slew of brand new ones.  Get ready, its a wild ride. Watch it after the jump.

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The Game Awards 2017: Bayonetta 3 is a Switch exclusive

December 8, 2017

Bayonetta is back, and this time she’s exclusive to the Nintendo Switch. The first trailer for anticipated action title dropped during The Game Awards 2017 livestream and you check it out right after the jump.

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The Game Awards 2017: THQ Nordic’s new game is Fade to Silence

December 8, 2017

THQ Nordic had a surprise The Game Awards audience this year. Their new title, Fade to Silence, a wintry survival game, not only debuted its first trailer but announced its release date — Friday, next week! Hit the jump to see the trailer.

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The Game Awards 2017: Bandai Namco finally gets around to making Soul Calibur VI

December 8, 2017

It’s been about a hundred years but Bandai Namco have finally announced Soul Calibur VI at this year’s The Game Awards event. Hit the jump to check out the trailer!

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The Game Awards 2017: Nintendo shows off next Zelda: Breath of the Wild expansion, The Champion’s Ballad

December 8, 2017

There’s a new expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the way. It’s called The Champion’s Ballad and LINK CAN RIDE A MOTORCYCLE. If that isn’t enough to get you hype, I don’t know what will. Hit the jump to check out the trailer!

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The Game Awards 2017: Campo Santo returns with In The Valley of Gods

December 8, 2017

Following on from their success with Firewatch, developer Campo Santo are back with a new adventure title, In The Valley of Gods, launching 2019. Hit the jump to see the trailer!

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The Game Awards 2017: All the best trailers from the show

December 8, 2017

Of the numerous trailers to appear at The Game Awards this year, we’ve picked out a few of our favourites and put them all in one spot for you to enjoy. Hit the jump and check them out.

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The Game Awards 2017: Vacation Simulator takes Job Simulator on holiday

December 8, 2017

Time to cause a ruckus abroad. The team behind the wildly popular VR hit Job Simulator have taken the concept to its logical conclusion with the sequel, Vacation Simulator. Hit the jump to see the trailer straight from The Game Awards!

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Overwatch‘s 2017 Winter Wonderland event kicks off next week

December 8, 2017

Blizzard are bringing back Overwatch‘s holiday event for a second year with fresh skins, Mei’s Global Snowball Offensive, and a brand new Boss Fight mode that sounds like the world’s friendliest Evolve mod.

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Tech Review: Canon’s EOS M100: Not Just for Lazy Hipsters

December 8, 2017

When I first took the EOS M100 out of the box, I was dubious. I saw a top switch with only three auto settings and no manual exposure options apparent, and I thought “what’s the point of a camera compatible with Canon’s full range of mirrorless lenses, but no manual exposure controls? Who would invest almost $900 […]

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Win a DVD copy of American Made based on the real life story of Barry Seal

December 8, 2017

Based on the real life story of Barry Seal, American Made follows the American commercial pilot who flew missions for the CIA and DEA, and became a drug smuggler for the Medellin Cartel in the 1980s, ultimately playing a significant role in the Iran-Contra Affair. This American biographical crime film directed was directed by Doug […]

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Interview: Harry Clayton-Wright readies tearaway teen, Rebecca, for Adelaide Fringe Festival first

December 8, 2017

Entertainer. Performance artist. International mischief maker. Internet provocateur. Three descriptions of British artist Harry Clayton-Wright, that are more than fitting. An entertainer unafraid of pushing boundaries of trashy comedy and cabaret, toeing the line of cheeky risqué and the all-out ribald, Clayton-Wright’s work mixes endearing charm with a maniacal confidence that has made him a popular […]

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Interview: You&Mei is Putting a Face to Fashion and Transforming Lives

December 8, 2017

A chance encounter in the poverty stricken streets of Myanmar just under two years ago led former High-5 star, Tanika Anderson, to question the Western world’s approach to ‘fast fashion’. Now, Tanika is set to launch the second collection from clothing label, You&Mei, a social enterprise that helps to raise up young women from poverty. […]

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The best ways in and around Sydney to eat your way through Christmas 2017

December 8, 2017

We hope you’re ready for the holidays because in or around Sydney this December there is going to be plenty for you to eat and drink your way into 2018. Whether you’re scouting for a party venue or looking to tuck into the special holiday menus popping up around the city and beyond, we’ve got […]

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