Day: 8 March 2018

Single of the Day: Donnarumma “Alien” (2018)

March 8, 2018

Adelaide trio DONNARUMMA have really made an impact since they first emerged onto the scene last year. Packing their new music with a tonne of heartfelt melody as well as a refined handle on songwriting that has proved this band is in it for the long haul, DONNARUMMA have come through strong with this, their new […]

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Fader Fort announces SXSW return with a new location and a growing lineup

March 8, 2018

Returning for its 17th time at SXSW, the famous Fader Fort will once again be bringing the ruckus to the enormous festival with hot-ticket hip hop and R&B acts mixed up with a little variety. Running from March 14th to March 16th, the Fort will change spots and move on over to 1501 East 7th […]

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Interview: Brodie Rainbird on the evolution of The Wolfe Brothers’ sound

March 8, 2018

With a new album set to be released next month, a new single out and two CMC nominations, The Wolfe Brothers have much to smile about. The new single “Ain’t Seen It Yet”, from their upcoming fourth album Country Heart, is a celebration of home and displays a more mature sound for the band. Catching up […]

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Tech Review: Sony RX10 IV is the King of Bridge Cameras

March 8, 2018

Sony’s RX10 IV was released back in October 2017, but even nearly six months later it remains the reigning King of Bridge Cameras with its 24-600mm zoom range, lightning-fast autofocus and 20.1 megapixel sensor.

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Activision finally confirms Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

March 8, 2018

After several days of leaks, some rather obviously “leaked “by PR and others genuinely leaked from sources close to the developer, Activision have finally confirmed that this year’s installment in the Call of Duty series will be Black Ops 4.

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Ubisoft announces The Division 2 after leaks appear online

March 8, 2018

Another day, another AAA developer getting their carefully orchestrated reveal taken away from them by European leaks. Yesterday it was Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Today it’s The Division 2, the follow up to Ubisoft’s successful tilt at the MMO shooter genre.

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One year after launch, For Honor just got dedicated servers

March 8, 2018

For those of you partial to a bit of For Honor in your downtime, life is about to get a lot more bearable. One year after the game’s launch,  Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will notice the game’s team-based, medieval-era multiplayer will run much more smoothly thanks to the rollout of dedicated servers around the […]

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Games Interview: A.o.T. 2 producer Hisashi Koinuma on lessons learned and taking the series in new directions

March 8, 2018

Attack on Titan has struck a chord with audiences, reaching a level of popularity at home and in the West that many of its contemporaries can only dream of. A video game adaptation was only a matter of time. With 2016’s successful A.o.T.: Wings of Freedom under their belts, developer Omega Force returns for the […]

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Brand new business class cabin climbs aboard Emirates’ Boeing 777-200LR

March 8, 2018

Travelling business class is the luxury way of flying around the world, and Emirates have upped the game on cabin style and configuration. The Boeing 777-200LR aircraft has been fitted out with new wider seats and set in a 2-2-2- configuration, with the two class layout providing 38 business class seats and 264 economy class […]

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9 shows not to miss at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

March 8, 2018

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is bringing the best comedians from around the world to Melbourne from 28 March to 22 April,  just for your laughing pleasure and without the inconvenience of having to calculate your duty free allowance. With a couple of weeks until the festival kicks off, we’ve wrapped up nine shows guaranteed […]

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Adelaide Fringe Review: Aphrodite and the Invisible Consumer Gods turns the spotlight on objectifiction with boldness and humour

March 8, 2018

Aphrodite is the Goddess of Love and Beauty and was born from the foam in the waters of Paphos, on the island of Cyprus. She supposedly arose from the foam when the Titan Cronus slew his father Uranus and threw his genitals into the sea. How does this tie in with a play about consumer […]

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The Stella Prize announces 2018 shortlist

March 8, 2018

Women across the creative industries are demanding their voices be heard. Today the publishing world is holding the mic, with The Stella Prize announcing its 2018 shortlist. First established in 2013, The Stella Prize is named for author Stella Maria Sarah ‘Miles’ Franklin, and celebrates fiction and non-fiction published by Australian women. Coinciding with International […]

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