Day: 14 May 2018

Live Review: Tropical Fuck Storm rain ferocity down on The Foundry for Brisbane debut

May 14, 2018

Brisbane venue The Foundry was pitch-black. The only light inside was an exit sign above a door and the red glow of the stage lights. Eyes were fixed to the stage, where Tropical Fuck Storm unleashed chaos upon spectators on the sold-out first stop of their tour in support of their debut album, A Laughing Death […]

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Interview: Different Beings Being Different proves West Thebarton’s worth as Adelaide’s new rock heroes

May 14, 2018

The debut album from West Thebarton – Different Beings Being Different – will finally be unleashed on to eager fans this Friday and we can safely guarantee that for the Adelaide fans who have been on the journey with the seven piece since the beginning, this is the perfect culmination of what’s been a grind of a […]

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Music Video of the Day: Luca Brasi “Let It Slip” (2018)

May 14, 2018

Luca Brasi have a brand new album coming out (yay!) this June in the form of Stay – the band’s fourth album, Luca Brasi are bringing more life experiences into the fold. Their new single “Let It Slip” is another strong release from the band, while the music video – released today – is a sweet little […]

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Live Review: G Flip meets the hype with unforgettable OAF Gallery show in Sydney

May 14, 2018

There’s a certain thrill about catching an act live just before their big breakthrough moment. Maybe it’s a little bit of hype has been building away with rumours about their live show, or you get lucky enough to catch them supporting a bigger act and blow you away in the process. This wasn’t one of […]

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Client Liaison set to provide a new festival experience this August…. Expo Liaison

May 14, 2018

“We’re dedicated in taking a multisensory approach unlike anything which has come before us…” This is what Client Liaison are promising to us as they set to embark on a travelling exhibition tour this August. Presented by triple J and coming to four different cities, the indie-pop duo promise to guide us through a 7-hour […]

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Alex The Astronaut, Client Liaison, Didirri & more for Primavera Pro 2018

May 14, 2018

The annual Primavera festival is fast approaching, with this year’s festival held from May 30th through to June 3rd in Barcelona. Thanks to a number of collaborations between Primavera Pro, Primavera Sound and  numerous national offices, this year’s Primavera festival features the likes of Australia, Chile, South Africa and the Balearic Islands, totalling up to […]

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Bethesda confirms Rage 2 is on the way, gameplay trailer tomorrow

May 14, 2018

Last week, Walmart Canada inadvertently spilled the beans on what appeared to be a number of high profile (and mostly still unconfirmed) E3 announcements. Among them was Rage 2, a sequel to id Software’s oddball post-apocalyptic shooter from 2010. Rather than go dark until E3, Bethesda spent a few days teasing an announcement and then […]

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Greg Sestero to attend Sydney premiere of his new film with Tommy Wiseau, Best F(r)iends

May 14, 2018

Hot off having his book adapted into one of 2017’s best films, Greg Sestero has rocketed into the press cycle for the wider release of Best F(r)iends: Volume One, his new film with The Disaster Artist himself, Tommy Wiseau. The pair, who made myths and legends in 2003 with peerless accidental classic The Room, will […]

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Sydney Film Festival showcases Indigenous films from around the world with First Nations: A Celebration program

May 14, 2018

Sydney Film Festival in conjunction with Screen Australia will be marking Screen Australia’s Indigenous Department’s 25th anniversary with a very special program titled First Nations: A Celebration. This will also be featured alongside a program retrospective of short films funded by the Indigenous Department, From Little Things Big Things Grow. The program will showcase documentaries […]

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Interview: Wayne Nichols on Oz Comic Con Collectors Pack, Marvel GOMA collaborations, commissions and conventions

May 14, 2018

“Comics” is defined by Wikipedia as “a medium used to express ideas by images, often combined with text or other visual information.” The history of comics has been a long one that has seen a resurgence thanks to the steadily growing pop culture convention scene. It was comics that gave birth to the pop culture […]

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Six Must-See Documentaries at the 2018 Sydney Film Festival

May 14, 2018

The 2018 Sydney Film Festival program has dropped and it features some amazing local and international documentary films. Here’s our guide to the festival’s six best documentaries: Cold Blooded: The Clutter Family Murders Before Making A Murderer and The Jinx there was Truman Capote and his famous, true crime book, In Cold Blood. Enter Cold […]

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Interview: Black Panther composer Ludwig Göransson on bringing Wakanda to life with talking drums

May 14, 2018

Last month, I had the chance to sit down with Black Panther composer Ludwig Göransson while he was in his LA based studio, working on a new Childish Gambino record. We’ve since heard quite a bit about this new release thanks to the music video for “This is America” going viral. It’s been a big year for Göransson, releasing Black Panther […]

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BL Burgers create Deadpool-inspired cheeseburger chimichanga (Sydney)

May 14, 2018

We all know BL Burgers pretty much own the Sydney game when it comes to weekly burger specials. The non-stop revolving list of recipes, often themed, they sling from their various locations even inspired a special concept venue in Newtown and it has surely guaranteed them cult status over the years. Now they’ve gone and […]

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Zeta Bar gets creative with a new series of culinary inspired cocktails (Sydney)

May 14, 2018

Hilton Sydney has launched a new Culinary Cocktail Experience program up at the fabulously moody Zeta Bar, headed by Executive Chef Kruno Velican and Head Bartender Christian Comparone to showcase a range of artisanal “farm-to-glass” speciality cocktails using fresh produce and complex cooking techniques. It’s fairly straight forward. Guests get a menu that reads like […]

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