Day: 22 May 2018

Single of the Day: Club Yorke “Stop the Bleeding” (2018)

May 22, 2018

Chances are you might remember Residual – the indie group out of Melbourne rode the same wave that was quick to promote the likes of City Calm Down to wider acclaim; one that championed ambitious and layered indie rock. Having formed a formidable reputation as a live band on the east coast quickly over the […]

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Win a double pass to see Jeremy Loops in Adelaide!

May 22, 2018

With his acclaimed new album Critical As Water, Jeremy Loops has continued to make his presence felt on the wider indie-folk and roots scene. His Australian tour kicks of in Perth tonight, before continuing around the country until May 27th, where he wraps things up in Sydney. From there, it’s onto New Zealand, where his positive vibes […]

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Interview: Alexander Biggs talks navigating his way through The Great Escape and his first overseas trip

May 22, 2018

Melbourne’s Alexander Biggs is an artist we’ve been big supporters of for a while now – seeing how his profile rose exponentially off the back of his 2017 BIGSOUND appearance was a big air-punch, a triumphant step forward for the songwriter who has taken it in his stride. Following an impressive showcase at The Great Escape […]

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Revisiting one of the best soundtracks of the 1990’s: Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet

May 22, 2018

June 7th will see Sydney’s Enmore Theatre host one helluva love in for fans of Baz Luhrmann‘s Romeo + Juliet, when some of the country’s favourite vocalists will perform the beloved soundtrack in full. Featuring Hayley Mary (The Jezabels), Jake Stone (Bluejuice), Ella Hooper (Killing Heidi), Cash Savage and more, the event will also feature special guest vocalist Quindon Tarver, who you might remember […]

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The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

May 22, 2018

It doesn’t take long for a laptop, even one in the gaming tier, to start feeling long in the tooth. On the PC, there’s no upper limit on the hardware required for optimal gaming performance, and this is often to the laptop’s detriment. Razer’s Core series has been trying to find a workaround for that […]

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The new Razer Blade laptop is their thinnest and fastest yet

May 22, 2018

Hardware and peripheral maker Razer have made a name for themselves in the gaming PC market in the last decade, giving competitors like Alienware a run for money with high-end hardware and sleek exterior design. Another year means a product refresh and the 2018 Razer Blade is here. At 15.6″ and 0.66″, it’s Razer’s thinnest […]

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Seven places to spend Summer 2018 in Canada

May 22, 2018

While many save their Canadian adventures for the snow covered winter months, the great country of the North has a lot to offer through the Summer months, too. With weather often as warm as Australians are used to, it will ensure you can pack a little lighter for the journey. It also means that a […]

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