Day: 4 May 2018

Single of The Day: Miss June “Twitch” (2018)

May 4, 2018

Hell yeah. Get yourselves around New Zealand four piece Miss June – their new single “Twitch” has got us hyped for their Australian tour this month! The band has been operating in high gear off the back of the release of their EP Matriarchy – an unapologetic collection of sounds that served as an excellent entry point to […]

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Happy Friday! Details of the new Florence + The Machine album confirm a June release

May 4, 2018

With their new single “Hunger” being unveiled today, fans of Florence + The Machine can rejoice in the knowledge that a new record from the Brits is well on its way to us…sooner rather than later. June 29th will see High As Hope officially released, and if “Hunger” is anything to go by, it’s going to be […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Dirty Hearts “Sand-Lea” (2018)

May 4, 2018

Here’s some good rock n roll vibes for your Friday – enter Brisbane’s Dirty Hearts. Soon to release their much anticipated debut album General Bitterness and Inner City Moonshine this month (via Never Enough Records), the group has been riding high off the back of their latest single “Sand-Lea”. Interestingly, this tune shows a softer, more subtle […]

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Emily Ulman named Music Programmer of the Brunswick Music Festival

May 4, 2018

A new name has been welcomed to the Brunswick Music Festival fold today, with Emily Ulman being named the event’s new Music Programmer for the 2019 festival and beyond. This year saw many talented artists fill out venues through the neighbourhood, so it’s safe to say, we’re looking forward to seeing what Ulman brings to an already […]

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Games Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy (Switch, 2018): We Are Fighting Dreamers

May 4, 2018

Growing up, I was completely obsessed by the Naruto anime, to the point where I once went to a birthday party dressed as series antagonist, Sasuke. It was an embarrassing time. In 2018, Naruto and its sequel anime Naruto Shippuden have long since ended, with the once rambunctious and wild-spirited Naruto all grown up. Having […]

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The Jacobson Brothers’ new film Brothers’ Nest is changing the way local productions interact with local cinemas

May 4, 2018

While the highly anticipated Australian film Brothers’ Nest recently premiered at SXSW earlier this year, that didn’t stop director/producer/star Clayton Jacobson, writer/producer Jaime Browne and producer Jason Byrne from pushing the boundaries of Australian films by establishing a personal bond with theatres that little have done before. I caught up with the trio while we were at […]

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