Day: 21 May 2018

Music Video of the Day: Lady Leshurr “OMW” (2018)

May 21, 2018

“Hit my line and I’m on my way,” Lady Leshurr states, quite simply. Set against a beat that urges the listener to get down with their bad selves, the latest from British artist is a slice of heat that cuts through this dreary wintry mode we’ve found ourselves in. The music video brings the hot club […]

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Sabrina Robertson named the latest recipient of The Lighthouse Award

May 21, 2018

Sending out big congratulations to artist manager and Native Tongue Creative Co-ordinator Sabrina Robertson, who has been named this year’s recipient of The Lighthouse Award. The APRA AMCOS initiative supports female managers in Victoria by way of a $5,000 grant to go towards professional development; Robertson now joins the likes of Jen Cloher, Charlotte Abroms and Bonnie Dalton as recognised names […]

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Interview: Theresa Wayman opens up and explores emotional terrain with solo album LoveLaws

May 21, 2018

Do you remember the last time you bought a CD or a vinyl record you were hanging out for? That sound of the plastic peeling off, that first time you thumb through the album booklet? We lost a lot of that with the digital age – unavoidable – but it’s a feeling of connection with […]

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Melbourne would fare better than Sydney in a zombie apocalypse according to new State of Decay 2 study

May 21, 2018

If you’re a researcher, it must be fun when PR comes to you with a dopey pitch. I’m sure the Centre for Disease Management and Public Safety at Melbourne University had a great time with Xbox ANZ’s pitch for a study to promote State of Decay 2. Its focus: “How would cities in Australia and New […]

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In need of Assistants? The First Official trailer for Netflix’s Set It Up is here to help

May 21, 2018

Need help falling in love? Well the newest trailer for the upcoming Netflix original film Set It Up shows us that sometimes, love needs some assistants. The trailer introduces us to Harper and Charlie, played by Zoey Deutch (Before I Fall) and Glen Powell (Hidden Figures) respectively, two young, underpaid  and overworked executive assistants who hatch an ideal plan to […]

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The first official trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody will most definitely rock you

May 21, 2018

The first offical trailer for the upcoming biopic based on the legendary rock band Queen is looking to take audiences on a wild ride, covering the band’s meteoric rise to fame. This is Bohemian Rhapsody. Being a Queen fan myself, I could not help notice actor Rami Malek’s (Mr. Robot) striking resemblance to the well known vocalist […]

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Win a the first season of Rowan Joffe’s Tin Star starring Tim Roth on DVD

May 21, 2018

When a vast industrial facility opens nearby, and their new home is flooded with migrant workers looking for drugs, gambling and prostitution, Jim has to work hard to protect his family and the town from organised crime. Part drama, part thriller and part dark comedy, Tin Star has been written and created by BAFTA award-winning writer/director […]

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Win a double pass to see Hereditary starring Toni Collette in Australian cinemas

May 21, 2018

Starring Australia’s own Toni Collette in a role critics are calling her best ever, Hereditary is a soul-shaking horror the likes of which has not been seen in years. Eagerly awaited (and already celebrated) by genre fans, critically acclaimed, and starring a pedigree cast, Hereditary is set to become the new cult horror classic of this […]

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Games Review: World of Tanks 1.0 (PC, 2018): Here comes the boom

May 21, 2018

There are certain games that fall into a category I like to call “My Dad Would Love This.” Games in this category typically revolve around war or military history, maintain some degree of simulation and are full to bursting with digital recreations of real world military hardware. Now, after eight years of ongoing development, World […]

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