Day: 9 March 2018

Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Neon Queen “Free My Mind” (2018)

March 9, 2018

Vibrant and almost confronting with its colour scheme, the music video for “Free My Mind” from Melbourne’s Neon Queen is as luscious as the song itself. Putting their city on show, the R&B soaked groover of a song takes the viewer to Melbourne and puts the spotlight on an enviable city skyline, inner haunts that look like […]

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Muse to team up with NIN and Jet at SXSW to take on The Beatles with Dr Pepper’s Jaded Hearts Club Band

March 9, 2018

Once again, Rachael Ray will be hosting her annual Feedback party at SXSW, set to take over Stubb’s BBQ on Saturday 17th March from 10am to 4pm. It’s going to be a packed, incredibly diverse line up of big acts throughout the day, including hip hop veterans Salt-n-Pepa, masterful party starter Girl Talk, and the […]

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Music Video of the Day: Parkway Drive “Wishing Wells” (2018)

March 9, 2018

Byron Bay’s resident metal legends Parkway Drive recently released the visuals for their latest single “Wishing Wells” and as you’d expect, the final result is frenzied and goes from 0-100 quite quickly. Just like the song itself, the music video itself simmers in darkness initially, before erupting in intensity. It shies away from the usual out […]

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Alice Skye named the recipient of new industry award helmed by Bad Apples and Bakehouse Studios

March 9, 2018

International Women’s Day saw the Aussie music industry turn out and support the badass ladies currently on their grind. In Melbourne, the One of One International Women’s Day Breakfast saw the debut of a brand new initiative helmed by Bakehouse Studios and Bad Apples. The newly established award has been crafted with the aim of […]

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Tash Sultana joins Bluesfest’s Thursday night programming this Easter

March 9, 2018

Tash Sultana has been here, there, everywhere over the last year in particular and going by this news, the Melbourne muso isn’t slowing down. Sultana can now add Bluesfest headliner to her belt, today being added to the festival’s Main Stage to close it on Thursday, March 29th. She joins a special line up of […]

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Live Review: Thursday turn anxiety into strength at The Metro Theatre

March 9, 2018

Playing shows six years after breaking up and seven years after releasing an album can be a dangerous move. It can easily be written off as a quick cash grab especially when coming back to play songs almost purely off their biggest records. When you throw a band like Thursday in there in it could […]

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Blu-Ray Review: Detroit (USA, 2017) may be Bigelow’s finest work to date

March 9, 2018

Kathryn Bigelow has already proven a competent and imaginative voice when tackling tough, complex subjects featuring the kind of gutsy brutality that doesn’t need excessive gore or sci-fi elements. She’s much more concerned with real-world situations, exploring human nature as a function of and reaction to extreme pressure; in some ways, it’s similar to the […]

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Film Review: Netflix’s Annihilation (USA, 2018) is a seriously intelligent, visually stunning picture

March 9, 2018

Rousing its fair share of controversy over Paramount Studios’ decision to release it to streaming service Netflix the world over (save for North America and China) instead of in cinemas for which it was initially intended, Alex Garland‘s ambitious Annihilation is certainly a unique production for such a risk-adverse studio. Whilst there’s a certain arthouse […]

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Google Maps is letting you live out your IRL Mario Kart fantasies right now

March 9, 2018

Thinking about heading out for a Saturday drive? Even if you weren’t, you should because Google is making your dream of competing in real life Mario Kart come true right this very second.

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Why Akita should be your next Japan snow destination

March 9, 2018

Seen Niseko and done Hakuba? Next time you plan a ski trip in Japan, add Akita to your itinerary Nestled on the top corner of Honshu, Japan’s main island, sits Akita. The area has a lot to offer in terms of winter sports and culture. A prefecture often overlooked because of its rural setting, and […]

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Win a family pass to see Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies at The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

March 9, 2018

School holiday fun for the entire family, Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies returns to the open-air theatre at Royal Botanic Garden Sydney from 14th to 29th April. In Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies, the adventurous Tinkerbell happens upon the fairies from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Together, the cheeky Mustardseed, fluttery Moth, daring Cobweb and sweet […]

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Neil Perry introduces a new family style Sunday roast menu at Rockpool Bar & Grill

March 9, 2018

As we take a seat for dinner at Rockpool Bar & Grill, Neil Perry reminisces how Sundays are set aside for family dinners and sharing a beautifully cooked roast at the table together. This nostalgia and sense of family are what have inspired the new Sunday roast menu with large format meat as the hero […]

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