Day: 7 January 2018

Live Review: Everything Everything + Hatchie – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne (05.01.18)

January 7, 2018

With their fourth record A Fever Dream, Manchester outfit Everything Everything delivered what ended up being my favourite release of 2017. Taking what they’d done with Get To Heaven, the band refined it into a perfect body of work; an album in the classic sense of the word, a well articulated effort that embodied everything […]

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The Opposite of a Rude Awakening: What the SNES Classic Mini taught me about being a Sega kid

January 7, 2018

At the beginning of my holiday break, I started working on a piece about using the SNES Classic Mini to play games I’d missed out on in my childhood as a Sega kid. The plan was to play each of these games and produce a few pars on each to illustrate the experience, how they […]

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Win a copy of Slasher 2: Guilty Party on DVD

January 7, 2018

Brought together by a horrific secret they’ve long kept buried, a group of former summer camp counsellors must return to an isolated resort in the dead of winter to retrieve evidence of a crime they committed in their youth. Deep in the snow-covered wilderness, the run-down camp has now become a private spiritual commune, cut-off […]

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Book Review: Oliver Sacks’ The River of Consciousness is a look inside a beautiful and enquiring mind

January 7, 2018

For decades Oliver Sacks was lauded as a gifted scientist and storyteller. He penned several books, the most famous being Awakenings and The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat. Prior to his death from cancer in 2015 Sacks had been busy working on two final books. The first, Gratitude, was published posthumously in late 2015. The latest […]

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Adelaide is getting South Australia’s very first beach club

January 7, 2018

Those in South Australia won’t need to travel to South-East Asia or Europe to soak up the vibes of a good ol’ beach club when Glenelg favourite Moseley Bar and Kitchen opens up the ambitious new Moseley Beach Club after five long years of planning. The 350-capacity venue will be spreading out across 750sqm of […]

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Bondi’s famous Milky Lane is opening a new restaurant in Cronulla (Sydney)

January 7, 2018

Bondi’s super popular Milky Lane will be expanding next month to open a new store way down south in Cronulla, bringing their famously indulgent food and – we assume – hip hop themed space to the sunny beachside suburb. Details are a bit scarce at the moment, but the crew behind Milky Lane have announced […]

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Neil Perry opens Burger Project on Melbourne’s Bourke Street; introduces some changes to all stores

January 7, 2018

Neil Perry and Rockpool Dining Group are set to start the new year by adding to their growing network of Burger Project locations across Australia’s east coast. The latest from the burgeoning burger empire is a two-storey venue on Melbourne’s Bourke Street, highlighting an enormous space that can accommodate 100 diners downstairs, 30 outside and […]

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