Day: 11 January 2018

Exclusive Album Premiere: BOAT SHOW – Unbelievable (2018 LP)

January 11, 2018

BOAT SHOW are easily some of the hardest hitting, talented individuals currently doling out furious rock music at the moment. The West Coast group spent much of 2017 spinning the Australian scene into a tizz with their debut album Groundbreaking Masterpiece and now, with their highly anticipated record Unbelievable, BOAT SHOW have delivered upon those incredibly strong foundations. […]

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Single of the Day: Milk & Bone “Nevermore” (2018)

January 11, 2018

We’ve been enjoying what Milk & Bone have been doing over the past year; the road leading to the release of the band’s sophomore album Deception Bay has been a promising one for the group and in their latest single, “Nevermore”, Milk & Bone have properly stepped up their game. Gorgeously melodic and stunning in its vocal […]

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Interview: Juniore gears up for a surefire stunner of an Adelaide French Festival debut

January 11, 2018

So Frenchy So Chic in the Park comes to Adelaide this weekend as part of the Adelaide French Festival, bringing a slew of talented artists to Pinky Flat on January 12th. Bringing their fusion of surf, psych and pop music, layered with unbeatable style, through to the event is Juniore – an act we find out more about below…. […]

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Everything you missed in this morning’s Nintendo Direct Mini

January 11, 2018

Nintendo waited until Australia was asleep to spring a fast, 15 minute Nintendo Direct Mini broadcast outlining their forthcoming plans for 2018. There was some surprises and quite a bit of exciting footage so we’ve rounded up all the best stuff in one place. Hit the jump to see it all for yourself.

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The World Ends With You is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018

January 11, 2018

One of the most unique action RPG’s in Square Enix’s back catalogue is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The World Ends With You: Final Remix, an updated version of the Nintendo DS classic is coming to the Switch with updated controls and a brand new scenario.

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Dark Souls: Remastered brings From Software’s accidental masterpiece to the Nintendo Switch

January 11, 2018

Bandai Namco have announced that Dark Souls: Remastered is on its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. In a surprise Nintendo Direct Mini broadcast overnight, the House of N also confirmed the game would be coming to the Nintendo Switch.

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From Barcelona to Florida, L.E Hotels add historic new properties to Luxe Collection

January 11, 2018

2017 was a big year for global hospitality brand L.E Hotels and their popular “Luxe Collection” of boutique hotels. The group are heading into the new year with a trio of brand new properties plus one completed refurbishment, bumping the collection of independently owned and operated luxury hotels up significantly. The newest Luxe Collection additions […]

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Book Review: Start 2018 off the right way with Sarah Knight’s You Do You

January 11, 2018

Sarah Knight, anti-guru and author of best sellers The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving A Fuck and Get Your Shit Together, is back with another empowering message for her readers. Only this time they can actually print the book’s full title in The New York Times. Score! Are you difficult or do you just […]

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Book Review: Daniel Shand’s Fallow is a wild ride through the Scottish highlands, helmed by an increasingly unstable narrator

January 11, 2018

Paul and Michael Buchanan are in hiding. Moving from highland village to highland village, the brothers are trying to avoid the press and police surrounding their home after Michael’s release from prison. Convicted of the murder of a little girl when he was a teenager, Michael relies heavily on Paul to source them food and […]

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Book Review: Mary Beard explores the ancient roots of modern misogyny in Women & Power: A Manifesto

January 11, 2018

Drawing on lectures delivered in 2014 and 2017, Women & Power: A Manifesto is a small, yet powerful exploration of the historical silencing of women in the public sphere. The Ancient Roman and Greek cultures we so often hold up as the basis for our democracies today were never particularly kind to the loud woman […]

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