Day: 2 March 2018

Pretty City, Ruby Boots, Thandi Phoenix & more to perform at Sounds Australia’s massive Australia House at SXSW

March 2, 2018

As always, team Sounds Australia are bringing some serious A-game to SXSW this year, announcing the debut of the Australia House for 2018. Presented by G’Day USA, the site on Rainey Street (aka Lucille) will be the hub for all things Aussie at SXSW this year, moving from the traditional E 5th district out to the […]

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Jade Bird stops by AU HQ to perform “Lottery”, solo and acoustic for the AU Sessions

March 2, 2018

British songwriter Jade Bird has recently wrapped up a successful Australian promo trip, her status as one of the must-watch artists of 2018 filtering out to this area of the globe. While in Sydney, Bird stopped by our office to introduce us further to her mesmerising sounds. Performing “Lottery” – her new single – on our […]

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Fresh Friday Five #014: Heart and Feather, Holiday Party, Meggie Brown

March 2, 2018

This week’s Fresh Friday Five brings you folk meets grunge from Kill the Darling, genre bending ballads from Heart and Feather, dream pop from Brisbane’s Holiday Party, girl power from Central Coast’s Pussy in the Dark and post punk energy from London’s Meggie Brown. Kill the Darling (Melbourne) Blending 70s folk and 90s grunge is […]

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Film Review: The Square (Sweden, 2017) is a strange slice of fiction that’ll unwind itself differently for each individual viewer

March 2, 2018

A film that appears more episodic than cohesive, The Square is an indulgent and uncomfortable piece of work from a filmmaker who’s clearly enjoying himself as he dissects human behaviour and the pretension of modern art. Excited to present his latest art installation to the public – the titular Square – chief curator at a […]

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Brand New WWE SuperCard Throwback, Fusions and Hall of Fame Packs Coming Soon

March 2, 2018

Good news for fans of the delightfully addictive WWE SuperCard – brand new packs are set to be released into the wild, introducing over 50 new cards to the collection. These packs include Throwbacks, Fusions and Hall of Fame tiers, just in time for WrestleMania season. While Throwback and Fusion cards are available now, the […]

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Skyfire and Enlighten Festival converge on the ideal weekend to visit Canberra in 2018

March 2, 2018

It’s looking like March will be the ideal time for Aussies and international visitors to head along to Canberra, which was recently – to a lot of shock and curiosity – named one of the world’s top ten cities to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet. Why? Well two our Canberra’s best events are on […]

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SXSW Comedy Festival reveals a packed lineup for 2018

March 2, 2018

South by Southwest (SXSW) have announced the initial line up for the SXSW Comedy Festival, kicking of 9 to 18 March 2018. The festival will pull guests from all corners of the entertainment industry and showcase film and media icons alongside the next wave of groundbreaking comedic talent. This year will also host performances from […]

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Book Review: Join eleven year old Sam on a dangerous and unpredictable road trip in Colin Dray’s Sign

March 2, 2018

Recovering from a major surgery that took away his ability to speak, Sam is a young boy without a voice. So when his Aunt Dettie packs up Sam, and his sister Katie, and sets out to drive from Sydney to Perth, Sam is unable to protest. Promised that their estranged father is waiting for them […]

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