Day: 23 May 2018

Interview: Micah & Joey Visser of Boniface (Canada) on their UK tour and love for Cub Sport

May 23, 2018

The Great Escape has brought many fresh and exciting new bands from around the world into one thriving hub for another year, with the focus settling well and truly on Brighton this month. We had the opportunity to sit down with one of the buzz names of The Great Escape for 2018 in US indie […]

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Music Video of the Day: Princess Nokia “Look Up Kid” (2018)

May 23, 2018

Princess Nokia has come through with a new music video, this time for “Look Up Kid”, from her A Girl Cried Red mixtape – the result? It’s another blistering step forward from the New Yorker who has continued to make her mark with an individualistic rap flow and delivery, while exploring the musical terrain she came up on. […]

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Ricochet Ball introduces mixed netball to the music industry to raise money for charity

May 23, 2018

KLP and Anna Fitzgerald have put the call out for musicians, media, record labels, touring agencies and other music industry creatives to don a netball bib and get involved in the inaugural Ricochet BALL event! The mixed netball competition will be raising money for female-focused charities, while also proving just who has what it takes out on the court. […]

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: At The Dakota “Bad Vibes Ruin Highs” (2018)

May 23, 2018

Darwin’s At the Dakota have continued to prove themselves as one of the NT’s most entertaining indie bands with the recent release of their new single “Bad Vibes Ruin Highs”. Refusing to stray (and why would they?) from irresistible melodies and a lyricism that has continue to develop in its depth and delivery, At the Dakota […]

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Interview: Getting to know Maine’s new folk quartet SnugHouse

May 23, 2018

Named for the Greenlandic word meaning “What is it?”, Sunaana is a steady growing music (and craft beer) festival that poses a bunch of questions for the U.S city of Portland, Maine. It’s focused on discovery, but also asks how a small historic city in New England can pretty much become a music festival venue, […]

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Review: Peppers Broadbeach perfects the quintessential Gold Coast lifestyle

May 23, 2018

Gold Coast hotel Peppers Broadbeach has long been one of the most sought after and established properties of the area, towering above the city’s skyline with that air of luxury apartment living oft credited to the popular holiday destination. It has everything a Gold Coast hotel should, particularly boasting the best location in all of […]

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Some of Australia’s best burger joints and Deliveroo team up for ‘The Hangry Meal’

May 23, 2018

Happy meals be gone. Deliveroo have teamed up with five of the most renowned burger joints around the country to put together a cheap-as-chips meal deal they’ve cheekily dubbed ‘The Hangry Meal”. That good ol’ millennial amalgam of hungry and angry has been tapped so the on-demand delivery service can celebrate National Burger Day the […]

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Review: the tide is high and bountiful at Barangaroo’s love.fish (Sydney)

May 23, 2018

Seafood is the ‘S’ word here at love.fish, as is ethically Sourced, Sustainbility and Supports local Suppliers. For a harbour city like ours, there aren’t many restaurants that can attest to being experts of what lies under the sea. The data is skewed at polar opposites of the graph, we have tonnes of fish and […]

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