Day: 15 June 2018

The VB Hard Yards initiative returns for 2018; tour kicking off this October

June 15, 2018

The VB Hard Yards initiative is back for another year, with a strong ambition for backing local and emerging musicians and giving them the opportunity to get out on the road and cut their teeth on stages around the country. How does it work? Artists enter the competition here (by July 15th), whereby a shortlist will […]

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Music Video of the Day: The Terrifying Lows “Cool With It” (2018)

June 15, 2018

Tyler Millott has been a fixture on Melbourne’s music scene for a solid amount of years now, most notably being seen on stage with Ali Barter‘s band; now, though, Millott has struck out on his own in debuting his much awaited solo material under his new project, The Terrifying Lows. The first single from his forthcoming EP […]

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Aussie music podcast series Australian Jams celebrating 1st Birthday at Oh Jean Records!

June 15, 2018

Celebrating Australian music in all its shapes and sounds, Melbourne-born podcast Australian Jams is turning one next month! Having already hosted guests including Alexander Biggs, Eilish Gilligan, Angie McMahon and Bad Pony, Australian Jams is turning into an in-demand podcast series the industry is turning to in seeing what new discoveries their colleagues and other musicians are making each week. The […]

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Festival Photos: Highlights of Barunga’s off stage festivities – Barunga, Northern Territory

June 15, 2018

While there was plenty to be watching out for on the Barunga Festival‘s live music program this year, we were keen to immerse ourselves in the arts and dance program too. Football is a massive part of the Barunga proceedings too, with games taking place throughout, with the younger punters encouraged to get around the action! […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post (USA, 2018) is a sensitive, frank, funny and remarkably inclusive coming-of-age LGBTIQ film

June 15, 2018

For those who have read my glowing review of American Honey, I praised the main actress Sasha Lane for being a natural on-screen and a talent to look out for. Flash-forward to almost two years later, we have her on-screen again in the comedy-drama The Miseducation of Cameron Post and that had me excited. But fortunately, […]

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WWE SuperCard Puts on a Big Show with Brand New Goliath Tier

June 15, 2018

A brand new card tier has made its way to 2K’s WWE SuperCard, joining the current Beast, Monster and Titan classes. Goliath tier is king of them all, featuring a brand new set of superstars and better, stronger stats.

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Tag Along to the Moon in the Trailer for First Man

June 15, 2018

You may have heard the phrase; “One small step for man, one giant step for mankind.” Well heads up, because the first trailer for First Man has landed, presenting itself as a biopic based on astronaut Neil Armstrong, better known as the first man to walk on the moon. Ryan Gosling (Drive, La La Land) […]

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The Korean Film Festival returns to Australia for its 9th year

June 15, 2018

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) will make it’s return to Australia for the 9th consecutive year. Taking place throughout the months of August and September, the festival will take place in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra. Presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, KOFFIA aims to showcase the wonder and talent of Korean […]

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TV Review: Season 2 of Netflix’s Luke Cage packs quite a punch

June 15, 2018

After the success of his first season and his recent stint in The Defenders late last year, Luke Cage (Mike Coulter) returns to protect the people of Harlem caught in the middle of an explosive gang war between the nefarious Mariah Dillard (Alfre Woodard) and the new kid on the block, Bushmaster (Mustafa Shakir). Luke […]

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Games Review: Onrush (PS4, 2018): Who said arcade racers were dead?

June 15, 2018

Onrush immediately throws itself onto you as a weird, quirky and sometimes downright crazy experience. However, it’s an experience which I haven’t come across in a while, and to my surprise, it’s some of the most fun I’ve had in a racing title in recent memory. Developers Evolution Studios of Driveclub and Motorstorm fame have […]

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Theatre Review: Assassins claims a victim (and wins hearts) on opening night (Sydney Opera House to 1st July)

June 15, 2018

It takes extraordinary strength of character (both in personality and portrayal) to deliver a flawless performance while one of your leads is being rushed to hospital with a serious injury, but that is what the cast of Assassins did on opening night at the Sydney Opera House this week. A sharply designed, brilliantly performed production, […]

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Got Post Dark Mofo & Vivid Blues? Here’s 5 Arts Events not to miss in Australia the rest of June

June 15, 2018

In need of an arts fix now that Vivid and Dark Mofo are coming to an end*? The rest of the month still has plenty in store. Iconic art exhbitions, dramatic operas, eye opening musicals and curious burlesque… the rest of June is overflowing with artistic highs. Here are five events around Australia this month […]

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