Day: 12 January 2018

Peking Duk announced as Mountain Sounds’ secret headliner

January 12, 2018

After months of teasing “one of Australia’s biggest live acts”  Mountain Sounds festival has finally announced that it’s secret headliner is none other than Peking Duk! After delivering a stunning set at Falls Festival and the success of recent single “Let You Down”, booking Peking Duk at a festival is a no brainer. These Aussie […]

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Jen Cloher, Amy Shark, Gang of Youths & more up for APRA Song of the Year

January 12, 2018

The APRA Song of the Year nominees have been revealed this week, with 20 tunes penned by Australian songwriters up for the main title. With the results being announced in Sydney in April, the APRA Song of the Year has been decided upon by a panel of industry judges, whose task it is to now whittle […]

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Single of the Day: Alice Ivy ft. Bertie Blackman “Chasing Stars” (2018)

January 12, 2018

Alice Ivy is gearing up for the release of her much anticipated debut album, I’m Dreaming, next month and man, we’ve been loving this one since we copped a cheeky advance stream this week (review coming soon). The Melbourne producer and songwriter has been doing her thing on the local scene for a few years now […]

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Album Review: Tiny Little Houses – Idiot Proverbs (2018 LP)

January 12, 2018

Having been in and around Australian listeners’ ears for near enough to the past four years, it’s safe to say it has been a slow burn as Tiny Little Houses have gradually built up to their debut album, the (I hope) mostly ironically titled Idiot Proverbs. If you do yourself a favour and head over […]

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Watch Camp Cope bring “The Opener” to the Sydney Opera House

January 12, 2018

It’s safe to say that Camp Cope have had quite the New Year so far. Remaining fiercely opinionated and honest with their music and their message, it has been nothing short of inspiring to see the strength these three women have presented themselves with, in the face of constant backlash that has come their way. Their […]

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The second season of Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is brilliantly bizarre television

January 12, 2018

Already brimming with time travel and eccentric characters, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency had a particular type of strangeness to maintain when going into the second season. At the helm of Max Lendis, Dirk Gently is finally back on our screens in an addictive second season – currently screening on Netflix – that features a […]

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Review: Adina Apartment Hotel juggles quiet and convenience in Budapest

January 12, 2018

It’s becoming increasingly common to find Budapest on just about every discerning Eurotrip itinerary for travellers of all ages. The Hungarian capital is one of the most exciting, unique and cultural cities in central Europe, with a diversity that demands more than just a few days of exploration. Popular for such longer term stays is […]

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Review: Limbo Unhinged transforms Sydney Opera House with vaudeville steampunk

January 12, 2018

Strut & Fret have reimagined the wickedly entertaining Limbo production Sydneysiders have come to know and love into Limbo Unhinged, a new show that has toured the country to critical acclaim and constant sell-outs before landing at the Sydney Opera House, where it will sit for the next three months. It is vastly different to […]

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Interview: Michaela Burger & Greg Wain on bringing Edith Piaf to life at the Adelaide French Festival

January 12, 2018

Edith Piaf remains one of the world’s best known performers, bringing French music further into the contemporary music world, while Piaf herself has become a icon portrayed on film, on stage and in studio thanks to countless tributes. At the Adelaide French Festival coming up this month, Piaf’s music comes to life with Exposing Edith, the brainchild of two […]

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Review: Magician Lawson Reeves shows us the impossible in his first solo show Genuinely Impossible

January 12, 2018

There is something about magic that brings out the inner-child in us all. From a rogue coin behind the ear, to an ace up the sleeve, there is something still so satisfying in witnessing the seemingly impossible. But, you won’t find any rabbits or hats in Lawson Reeves’ hour long magic show, Genuinely Impossible. Reeve’s […]

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