Day: 15 March 2018

Amy Shark, PNAU, Bernard Fanning and more up for APRA Music Awards

March 15, 2018

The nominees for the APRA Music Awards have been announced today, with the likes of Amy Shark, Gang of Youths‘ David Le’aupepe, Bernard Fanning and more up for awards this April 10th. The APRA Music Awards will be hosted once more by Julia Zemiro at the International Convention Centre in Sydney this year, with music performances curated by Robert Conley – […]

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Four local SA legends you can catch at the Blenheim Music & Camping Festival!

March 15, 2018

Over this Easter long weekend, the annual Blenheim Music and Camping Festival returns to South Australia’s Clare Valley – what can you expect? Two days and nights of great music, tasty wines and some of the best food from the region (and city, of course). With all festival proceeds going to charity, heading to a music […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Tom Lyngcoln “Gemini Orion” (2018)

March 15, 2018

Tom Lyngcoln‘s unveiling of highly anticipated debut album Doming Home was one many a music fan was quick to become excited about. Lyngcoln has long been flexing his muscles as one of the country’s best guitarists and with lead single “Teardrops”, we got an insight into the swirling soundscapes the musician has been working with over […]

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Festival Photos: WOMADelaide – Botanic Park, Adelaide (10.03.18 – 12.03.18)

March 15, 2018

WOMADelaide is an annual iconic 4-day festival celebrating a World of Music, Arts and Dance. From starting the day with a refreshing yoga session to watching the Gratte Ciel troupe shower the crowd with feathers from above in “Place des Anges” there is plenty of entertainment for all the family. Po’s Kitchen had a six […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: STUMPS – Just Another Stay At Home Son (2018 EP)

March 15, 2018

For Sydney’s STUMPS, their journey to the release of this, their debut EP Just Another Stay At Home Son, has been one paved with strong singles and an even stronger live show. Their name is still fresh in our mind off the back of 2017’s “Piggyback” single and over the course of five tracks, Just Another Stay At […]

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The Witcher‘s Geralt of Rivia joins Soul Calibur VI

March 15, 2018

Geralt. G-Man. My dude. My gravelly-voiced brother. You have come home to me at last. Please hold still while I hit you with an anime sword.

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PAX Aus and EB Expo are now the same massive convention

March 15, 2018

Event organiser ReedPop have continued their string of high-profile 2018 announcements, revealing that the long-running EB Expo will merge with PAX Australia later this year to form a single, massive convention.

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Win a copy of The Man Who Invented Christmas on DVD and a copy of the book A Christmas Carol And Other Holiday Treasures

March 15, 2018

Based on the novel by Les Standiford, The Man Who Invented Christmas tells the story of how Charles Dickens actually revived the holiday of Christmas with his self-published novel, A Christmas Carol. Facing pressure with looming debt, a feckless father, and recent critical failures, Dickens confronts his past by conjuring up fantastic characters including Ebenezer […]

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SXSW Interview: Hao Wu on his award-winning documentary People’s Republic of Desire

March 15, 2018

After winning the Documentary Feature category at the South by Southwest Film Awards earlier this week, People’s Republic of Desire from filmmaker Hao Wu is poised to become one of the most important watches of 2018. For his third documentary on different layers of Chinese culture, Wu takes a very close and unnerving look at […]

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New trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald takes us back into the wizarding world

March 15, 2018

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald takes fans back into the wizarding world for a sequel to an admittedly fun film in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.  In this newest trailer, we are transported back to the 1920’s as we join protagonist Newt Scamander once again, with the introduction of Jude Law in his highly […]

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Film Review: Tomb Raider (UK, 2018) is the video game to film curse lifted?

March 15, 2018

Alicia Vikander embodies Tomb Raider, Alicia is Lara Croft! There’s no pushing it aside and it must be said it’s miles above Angelina Jolie’s attempt at the character (it may have been Simon West‘s direction at the time, who knows?).  Here, we have a more grounded, fierce and believable action heroine in Vikander. A woman that […]

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Games Review: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PS4, 2018): Stay strong

March 15, 2018

In the last twelve months, I’ve gone from having never played a Yakuza game to having played three of them and what I didn’t expect was for them to grow on me so quickly. This series has always felt very By Japanese People, For Japanese People, there’s so many cultural nods and gestures that don’t […]

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SXSW Interview: Paulinho Caruso, Teo Poppovic and Daniel Furlan talk the Brazillian comedy Neurotic Quest for Serenity

March 15, 2018

Larry Heath sat down with co-directors Paulinho Caruso and Teo Poppovic alongside star Daniel Furlan to talk the Brazillian comedy Neurotic Quest for Serenity, which premiered this week at SXSW. The trio talk about the making of the film, how Brazilian humour differs from the rest of the world, and why anyone, anywhere in the […]

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SXSW Interview: A Vigilante‘s Australian Director Sarah Daggar-Nickson at SXSW

March 15, 2018

Larry Heath talks to Sarah Daggar-Nickson, the director of the new film A Vigilante starring Olivia Wilde while at SXSW. Originally from Australia, Larry and Sarah talk about the development of the film, which see’s Wilde starring as a vigilante who helps victims escape their domestic abusers. ———- This content has recently been ported from […]

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Book Review: Lloyd Jones’ The Cage is an unsettling examination of the lengths we will go to for the truth

March 15, 2018

Two men, fleeing for their lives, arrive in a small country town. The townspeople, desperate to know where they have come from and what they have seen, assign a group of Trustees to find out more. But as the men prove unable to speak of their trauma, the town’s early hospitality is slowly withdrawn, replaced […]

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