Day: 6 February 2018

Album Review: The Sad Song Co. – Worth (2018 LP)

February 6, 2018

If you look in the dictionary for the definition of multi-talented I’m not entirely certain you wouldn’t see a picture of Nigel Powell smiling back at you.  For the uninitiated, Nigel is the powerhouse drummer in The Sleeping Souls, the relentlessly touring (and recording) band for Frank Turner. He’s also from Dive Dive, and the […]

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Single of the Day: CHVRCHES “Get Out” (2018)

February 6, 2018

Scottish hitmakers CHVRCHES have returned with new track “Get Out”. It’s been three years after the crazy successful album Every Open Eye, which yielded some of the best most loved tracks including “Bury It”, “Never Ending Circles” and “Leave a Trace”. Along with the release of the new single, the band released a cryptic video with […]

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Interview: Marlon Williams talks moving on with Make Way For Love

February 6, 2018

Should you have been lucky enough to see Marlon Williams back in Australia near the end of 2017, you’ll have been some of the first to hear his new material brought to the live stage. It’s been a long awaited debut of new music, no doubt for the artist and fans alike and with only a […]

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Lenovo issues recall on ThinkPad X1 Carbon because it poses a fire hazard

February 6, 2018

If you’re the proud of owner of a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon built in 2016-2017, you should touch base with the manufacturer as soon as you can. Lenovo issued a press statement this morning instating a worldwide recall on the device.

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Tech Review: Logitech C922 Pro Stream 1080p Webcam: Simple and clean

February 6, 2018

A new review of this camera will not be a timely one. The Logitech C922 Pro Stream has been one of the company’s flagship webcams since it refreshed the older C920 in 2016 and is the weapon of choice for a lot of streamers looking to get their Twitch channels off the ground.

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Film Review: The Cloverfield Paradox (USA, 2018) is not so complex

February 6, 2018

Not so long ago, in a galaxy pretty close, on a planet called Earth we saw the release of Cloverfield. Ten-Years-Ago to be precise. It was a hit at the time, unique with its clever use of found footage that had not been done to death (just yet). With J.J. Abrams producing and Matt Reeves […]

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Caryl Churchill classic Top Girls takes to the stage in The Sydney Opera House

February 6, 2018

The Sydney Theatre Company is kicking off their 2018 season with the Caryl Churchill classic Top Girls, and will be hitting the stage from 12 February to 24 March. The production is directed by STC Resident Director Imara Savage with an extraordinary all-female ensemble including Helen Thomson, Kate Box, Michelle Lim Davidson, Paula Arundell and […]

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Japan’s real-life Mario Kart experience is coming to Sydney and Melbourne this year

February 6, 2018

Heading to both Sydney and Melbourne later this year, Mushroom Racing channels the renowned “Real Life Mario Kart” experience travellers have been enjoying for years over in Japan. For those who’ve always craved dressing up like Yoshi, Bowser, Mario, Luigi or Peach (or Toad – let’s not leave that lil’ guy out) and skirting around […]

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Luke Mangan moving MOJO out of Waterloo and replacing it with ‘Luke’s Kitchen’ (Sydney)

February 6, 2018

Luke Mangan is planning to bolster his already sizable portfolio with the addition of eponymous new brand Luke’s Kitchen, set to replace NYC-inspired veteran MOJO on Waterloo’s Danks Street as it moves out of it’s reshaped warehouse, where it has stood for many years, and moves to Sydney’s CBD later. Opening from 15th February, Luke’s […]

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Here’s a look inside Walsh Bay’s newest restaurant Seventeen (Sydney)

February 6, 2018

Dishing up contemporary Australian fare, the folks from neighbouring restaurant El Phoenician have opened up Seventeen at Walsh Bay. Wondering why it’s called Seventeen? It’s threefold – there are 17 moorings at Walsh Bay, it’s a lucky number for the family, and it’s also located at 17 Hickson Road. Chef Clint Jaeger works with locally […]

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Review: Stanton & Co is a welcome addition to Rosebery’s latest dining hotspot (Sydney)

February 6, 2018

What was once classified as a pretty quiet part of Rosebery has now become a bustling foodie haven thanks to the opening of The Cannery, a dining precinct jam packed full of notable restaurants, coffee roasters and purveyors of fine goods. Australian-Japanese influenced Stanton & Co has recently taken its place alongside other reputable eateries […]

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