Day: 13 June 2018

Lollapalooza 2018 will bring some of Australia’s strongest talent to Chicago in August

June 13, 2018

The 2018 edition of Lollapalooza was just announced and the lineup is riddled with big names and massive headliners. From possibly the biggest pop stars of today, to the most iconic rockers of this generation, the Chicago four day music festival will have something for everyone and especially a great Australian presence. Bruno Mars, Jack […]

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Single of the Day: Sorry “Twinkle” (2018)

June 13, 2018

Releasing the companion piece their lauded “Showgirl” release, Sorry present “Twinkle”. A great continuation of the indie grunge sounds the group has been finessing over the last 12 months, “Twinkle” is a strong step forward for the British band who are fast becoming a firm favourite. Unashamed in their approach to music, Sorry go hard and on […]

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AIR Awards unveil ‘Best Independent Label’ nominees

June 13, 2018

With the AIR Awards just around the corner now, the news keeps coming. Today, the latest piece out from the Australian Record Labels Association camp is the nominees for this year’s ‘Best Independent Label’ category. The award, sponsored by Moshtix, this year acknowledges the accomplishments of five indie labels who have been pushing some of the […]

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Interview: HINDS talk I Don’t Run, tackling festivals and more at Primavera Sound

June 13, 2018

While out basking in the Spanish sun at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound, we caught up with one of our favourite groups, Hinds. Revelling in the release of their latest record I Don’t Run, Amber, Ade and Ana tell us some more about the making of this record, bringing it to life on stage and generally levelling up as a live band. […]

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7 Artists You Gotta Listen to Ahead of This Year’s Splendour in the Grass

June 13, 2018

Splendour in the Grass is back again for another year, held this year in North Byron Parklands from the 20th-22nd of July. If you’re heading out to Splendour for the first time, chances are you’re going to have a helluva bender – what a stacked line up to pop your SITG cherry! As the weekend […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Juliet, Naked (USA, 2018) Is The Rom-Com We Deserve

June 13, 2018

Relationships are hard, messy complicated things. Finding a balance between what you want and what your partner wants, whilst still retaining a sense of uniqueness feels impossible. Most mainstream Hollywood rom-coms would have us believe that it’s possible with their glossy happy endings. Juliet, Naked is not the rom-com we need but the one we […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Piercing (USA, 2018) is a sadistic screwball macabre comedy with two fantastic lead performances

June 13, 2018

Before I start this review, it has to be said that this writer has a sick and depraved sense of humour. So stepping in to watch this sadistic horror/comedy film Piercing for Sydney Film Festival 2018, my expectations were sky-high. The feature has been adapted from a novel by acclaimed author Ryu Murakami, who is […]

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Clint Eastwood’s The Mule Begins Production

June 13, 2018

Production has now officially begun for The Mule, the next project directed by critically acclaimed actor and director Clint Eastwood (Gran Torino, Unforgiven). And sadly no, there’s no relation to the Australian film of the same name. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Imperative Entertainment, The Mule will see Clint Eastwood in front of the […]

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Film Review: Tag (USA, 2018) is a hilarious mix of action and comedy about the joy of play

June 13, 2018

When you think of a get together for a bunch of grown men, you usually think beers at the pub, or playing a round of golf, or watching a football match, so your first thought would not be playing a game of tag. Well the new movie Tag is based on the true story of […]

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Win a double pass to see Jersey Boys in Sydney

June 13, 2018

Jersey Boys tells the true-life story and the rise to stardom of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons who were one of the most successful bands in pop music history. The band sold over 175 million records and were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for their worldwide hits including Can’t Take […]

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Anna Polyviou’s Sweet Street festival announces sugary line-up (Sydney)

June 13, 2018

Anna Polyviou, renowned Executive Pastry Chef of Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney will once again be leading charge as she curates the hotel’s 5th annual “Sweet Street” dessert festival at the end of this month. Set for one night only on 29th June, the curated sugar rush will bring in a bunch of the city’s best and […]

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