Day: 16 April 2018

Track By Track: Bakers Eddy embraces decisions – good and bad – with new EP

April 16, 2018

With their new EP I’m Not Making Good Decisions out on Friday, this week is looking to be quite the exciting one for Melbourne based New Zealanders, Bakers Eddy. Through 2017, the band has been steadily making a name for themselves on stages alongside the likes of Gang of Youths, The Rubens and Highly Suspect and next […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Mardi Wilson “Landslide” (2018)

April 16, 2018

Brisbane songwriter Mardi Wilson comes through as a breath of fresh air with her latest single, “Landslide”. The sound is a lovely fusion of acoustic guitar and programmed keys and beats, while Wilson’s lyricism stands out as the strong point – a talented new artist to enter our radar, “Landslide” is a step in a positive […]

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Interview: Getting to know rising Brooklyn R&B artist, Adrian Daniel

April 16, 2018

One showcase at SXSW clearly wasn’t enough to spread the word about Brooklyn R&B artist Adrian Daniel. The relative newcomer, fresh off releasing his excellent sophomore album Flawd, flew under the radar at last month’s quintessential showcase event but there’s little doubt the music world will be hearing more from him as people start picking […]

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Win a double pass to see Linklater’s new film Last Flag Flying starring Steve Carell & Bryan Cranston in cinemas

April 16, 2018

One of the most acclaimed American filmmakers of his generation, Richard Linklater (Boyhood, Before Sunrise), teams up with an exceptional ensemble cast to deliver a heartwarming road trip comedy which sees three friends reunite in the time of one’s personal tragedy. In 2003, 30 years after they served together in the Vietnam War, Former Navy […]

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Hans Zimmer’s Bleeding (Yellow) Fingers: Behind-the-scenes where The Simpsons and Planet Earth II are scored in Los Angeles

April 16, 2018

It’s a hot afternoon in Los Angeles. The Oscars just passed by a few days earlier. I’ve jumped into an Uber to an address given to me in Santa Monica. Like so many buildings in Los Angeles, I arrive at something of a non-descript location; nothing but a door in front of a building that […]

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Games Interview: God of War Director Cory Barlog on bringing the series back to life, inspirations, mo-cap and podcasts!

April 16, 2018

I recently had the opportunity to chat with the god of Santa Monica Studios Cory Barlog, about this week’s God of War. It’s a small indie title, not many people have heard of it before, but we thought we would jump in on it and get into some of the creative process and behind the […]

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The Art of War: A Brief, Personal History of Santa Monica Studios and God of War

April 16, 2018

I’ve been thinking about God of War a lot lately. Over the course of this piece, I wanted to discuss the memories I had from the very beginning of the God of War video game series, while briefly touching on the history of their releases, the change of directors and the profitable growth of the […]

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Double Pass Giveaway: See songs from Hamilton and more live on stage in the UK production Beyond The Barricade

April 16, 2018

The UK critically-acclaimed show Beyond The Barricade is a glittering concert of musical showstoppers and will make its debut in Australia this year, touring to 24 cities from 1st June, including Parramatta Riverside Theatre on Thursday 28 June. Starring past principal performers from Les Misérables in the West End and on UK tour, this blockbusting two-hour […]

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Interview: Director Constantine Costi on reviving La Traviata for Opera Australia

April 16, 2018

At the ripe old age of 28, Constantine Costi is making a name for himself across a number of theatre forms and as one of Opera Australia’s youngest directors. Part of a young creative family, his brother a playwright and sister as composer, he creatives and revives a diverse range of performances from immersive theatre […]

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Collaboration is king as Belle’s Hot Chicken and PappaRich deliver delicious Malay-American fusion to Sydney

April 16, 2018

Last week, the latest culinary collaboration hit Sydney, as fried chicken experts Belle’s Hot Chicken teamed up with renowned Malaysian chain PappaRich to create the “Ultimate Fried Chicken Sandwich”. And indeed, it’s a dish not to be missed by fans of the delicacy, as the unique Malaysian flavours blend in with Belle’s take on Southern […]

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Priscillas is the new veg-first restaurant and bar at The Imperial Erskineville (Sydney)

April 16, 2018

Inner-west icon The Imperial Erskineville has been making a hell of a lot of noise since its recent re-launch following an eight-month $6 million redevelopment. Now the venue’s owners are ready to unveil the venue’s resident restaurant, Priscillas, which combines live entertainment with a fabulous “Drag & Dine” concept and food that focuses on a […]

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