Day: 9 May 2018

Reacquaint yourself with the Arctic Monkeys at their exclusive pop up shop in Sydney this week

May 9, 2018

The long awaited new Arctic Monkeys album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, is just DAYS from release and while we wait for this one to drop, the band’s team have continued to ensure that the hype is well and truly conjured. For fans in New York, Sydney, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and of course, the boys’ very […]

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Music Video of the Day: JUNGLE “Happy Man” (2018)

May 9, 2018

JUNGLE ARE BACK. You’ll remember what drew you in the first time round, when it came to the band’s brilliant 2014 debut album. Kaleidoscopic and ever changing as a live unit, Jungle quickly became one of our favourite bands and with the news of their new music coming through this morning, we were safe to […]

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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever take $25k Levi’s Music Prize

May 9, 2018

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are currently eyeing up a surefire successful run at The Great Escape next week but today, one of Melbourne’s favourites have added more dosh to the bank as they have been announced as the latest winners of the Levi’s Music Prize. Established to support BIGSOUND artists who have conjured considerable career momentum […]

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Interview: Houston “raptivist” Genesis Blu on balancing psychotherapy and hip hop

May 9, 2018

Rising Houston rapper Genesis Blu doesn’t seem like your typical Third Coast emcee. She’s not rapping about the things often ascribed to the Lone Star State’s unique brand of hip hop, but instead represents a unique fusion of professional life and art. She’s a psychotherapist by day, and that life is bleeding over into her […]

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Sydney Film Festival reveals a diverse and progressive program for its 65th year

May 9, 2018

As if you would expect anything less, the Sydney Film Festival has once again come through with an exciting, diverse and progressive program for its 65th iteration. Set for 6th to 17th June, the lauded festival is looking to be as immersive and thought-provoking as ever with a program that reaches far beyond the Official […]

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Watch some of the Arctic Monkeys’ favourite films at an exclusive mini-film fest this week

May 9, 2018

The long awaited new Arctic Monkeys album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, is just DAYS from release and while we wait for this one to drop, the band’s team have continued to ensure that the hype is well and truly conjured. For fans in New York, Sydney, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and of course, the boys’ very own Sheffield […]

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New and affordable online service pricing plans revealed for the Nintendo Switch

May 9, 2018

Calling all Nintendo Switch owners! It’s no secret that Nintendo is yet to launch it’s official online component for its latest console release, the Nintendo Switch. That however, is now a thing of the past, as Nintendo have announced their pricing plans for its subscription based service, launching in September. The upcoming membership service promises […]

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Here’s the first look at HBO Series Sharp Objects starring Amy Adams

May 9, 2018

The first look at new HBO series Sharp Objects has arrived wth a new trailer. Starring Amy Adams (Arrival), the series is based on the bestselling novel by Gone Girl’s Gillian Flynn. The show is set to premiere in July 2018 as an eight-part series exclusively in Australia on Foxtel’s showcase channel. The minute-long teaser trailer […]

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Season Two of Amazon Prime Video Original series Goliath set to premiere next month

May 9, 2018

Season two of Amazon Prime Original Goliath is officially set to premiere on June 15, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Golden Globe winner Billy Bob Thornton (Bad Santa) will be joined by new series regulars Mark Duplass (Creep), Morris Chestnut (Rosewood) and Ana De La Reguera (Narcos), in a brand-new eight-episode season which will launch in more than 200 […]

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Australian actress Marta Dusseldorp to chair the 2018 Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship Jury

May 9, 2018

Lexus Australia and Sydney Film Festival have announced leading Australian actress Marta Dusseldorp (A Place to Call Home) will chair the 2018 Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship Jury. Jury Chair Marta Dusseldorp commented on the event saying, “The Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship for 2018 will give four Australian filmmakers the support to carry on telling […]

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Create NSW and ABC announce Half Hour Drama masterclass attendees Cli-Fi projects for development

May 9, 2018

Ten NSW-based filmmaker teams have been selected to attend an expert masterclass in conjunction with the Half Hour Drama development partnership between Create NSW and ABC. This partnership will see the launch on the development 30-minute drama series ‘Heart and Humour‘. The masterclass will be headed by key creators and show-runners of both local and […]

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First Impressions: ABC’s Mystery Road is your new favourite police drama & one that will leave you on the edge of your seat

May 9, 2018

Airing on the ABC next month, Mystery Road is a six part crime series and spin-off of Ivan Sen’s excellent films, Mystery Road and Goldstone. The show looks poised to be our new favourite mystery/thriller and a highlight of 2018’s programming. The show sees Aaron Pedersen reprise his role as the cowboy detective known as Jay […]

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Emirates uncork four luxury wines for their First Class passengers in 2018

May 9, 2018

Earlier this month, Emirates revealed a special treat for the many discerning wine-loving Australians who are to travel with them in 2018. The highly awarded airline has uncorked some of the finest wines from their dedicated Burgundy cellar in preparation for another year of offering a high-end experience to their First Class passengers, launching the […]

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