Day: 31 January 2018

Exclusive Single Premiere: Scarlet Kill “Nights Get Cold” (2018)

January 31, 2018

Emerging from studio spent with Stuart Stuart, Gold Coast pop rock trio Scarlet Kill come armed with a new single in “Nights Get Cold”, as well as some new tour dates to match. Off the back of a successful EP release in She Draws the Heart Out of My Love back in 2016, the young group have been […]

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Single of the Day: K-21 ft. Adrian Eagle “One Shot” (2018)

January 31, 2018

Adelaide hip hop vet and Golden Era Records artist, K-21, has recently released his new record in Any Given D-Day – an independent release that was quick to shoot to the #1 spot on the AIR charts last week. It’s been a little while in the making for the rapper, who has been consistently refining and crafting […]

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The Hard Aches finally drop sophomore album details & new tour dates!

January 31, 2018

The Hard Aches‘ debut album was easily one of the best releases to come out of South Australia in 2017; hard hitting, evocative and endlessly entertaining with each playback, the duo presented a studio album that threw their band into the hearts of fans around the country, while landing The Hard Aches a solid amount […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Charlie Straw “Water Flows” (2018)

January 31, 2018

British musician Charlie Straw has been steadily making a name for himself in the UK and further into Europe in 2017. His debut single “St Ives” was a great way for us to be introduced to Charlie; his voice is soulful, while the music he makes swirls somewhere between Buckley and Bon Iver. Straw’s new single […]

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The Josh Pyke Partnership opens for 2018; $7,500 and mentorship up for grabs

January 31, 2018

The Josh Pyke Partnership has opened for another year, giving Australian musicians an opportunity to get their hands on $7,500 to help pursue their craft. Helmed by Josh Pyke and APRA AMCOS, the partnership isn’t just a cash in hand competition, with the winning artist set to develop and execute a business plan to support their […]

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Fire up the way back machine, the C64 Mini arrives in Aus on March 29

January 31, 2018

Old school gamers are living something of a beautiful renaissance right now. Nintendo’s successful launch of its NES and SNES Classic Mini consoles has led to a rush of other miniaturised platforms appearing on the market, one of the more interesting of which is the C64 Mini. Good news, its now got a release date.

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Pilot episode of The CheckPoint Series is live, watch it now

January 31, 2018

The pilot episode of The Checkpoint Series, first in a season of 20 or so, has made its debut on YouTube this week. Created by the Australian non-profit CheckPoint, the series looks to educate viewers on numerous issues surrounding mental health through the lens of video games.

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Here are your free games with PlayStation Plus for February 2018

January 31, 2018

PlayStation are going family friendly with this month’s selection of free games offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers. If you’re a gaming parent looking for something to keep the kids occupied, you’re going to be stoked with your options this month.

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Intel Extreme Masters returns to Qudos Bank Arena Sydney in May

January 31, 2018

One of the biggest and  best-received esports events ever hosted in Australia, the Intel Extreme Masters, is heading back to Sydney for three days in May, bringing more explosive top-tier Counter-Strike play.

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Games Interview: Blizzard’s Paul Kubit and Shani Edwards discuss the road to World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

January 31, 2018

After months of quietly dropping hints, the trickle of information about Battle for Azeroth, the next expansion in Blizzard’s legendary MMMORPG World of Warcraft, is beginning to resemble a small wave. From its winter release window, the return of  the classic Orcs vs Humans conflict, and the reveal of its intriguing new Warfronts mode, there’s […]

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