Day: 19 June 2018

Five things you need to know about Nailed It! Season 2

June 19, 2018

In a world where everyone wants to be a MasterChef it’s so refreshing to see a show like Nailed It! This is a program where three amateurs try to make complex cakes and confectionaries. No surprises that individual results may vary. The show’s second season is coming to Netflix so we have put together the […]

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Show love to Headspace and UNDR Ctrl at massive Red Rattler event in August

June 19, 2018

It’s been four years now since UNDR Ctrl began doing their thing in supporting local music and creatives doing their thing, so it makes sense that the crew would want to mark the occasion in a massive way. Partnering with Headspace, UNDR Ctrl is celebrating four years in the game at Marrickville’s Red Rattler Theatre in August, […]

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Music Video of the Day: Harrison Storm “Feeling You” (2018)

June 19, 2018

Coupling an already stunning release with some visuals recently, is Harrison Storm. His single “Feeling You” has been garnering solid acclaim for his songwriting talent and development as a vocalist, not to mention Storm’s collaboration with Dustin Tebbutt on the production of the single elevating the final product that extra level. “I was so stoked when […]

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Get “Bound” by FourPlay String Quartet’s latest single and music video

June 19, 2018

Fresh off tour dates around the country – including a spot at Tasmania’s prestigious DARK MOFO festival alongside Sun Ra Arkestra – Australia’s rocking electric string quartet FourPlay has blessed us with a new original track titled “Bound”, highlighting a penchant for blending the band’s urgent melodies with big, dirty riffs. The unique track has […]

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Brooklyn Whelan named Splendour in the Grass’ Artist in Residence for 2018

June 19, 2018

Splendour in the Grass has unleashed another new element to their Arts program, announcing some names being involved in this year’s festival, as well as their Artist in Residence for 2018, Brooklyn Whelan. Up at the North Byron Parklands for Splendour, the first collaboration between the festival and an artist sees Splendour and Whelan team up […]

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Interview: Damien Leith discusses his app Storytime, bullying and making his film debut

June 19, 2018

He’s an award-winning singer, songwriter and accomplished author and now, Damien Leith can add app designer to his ever-expanding list of impressive achievements. Released late February this year, Damien Leith Storytime! is designed for children aged four-and-up and features a wide range of stories all told in his voice, with appearances by his three children.

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Is Tim Burton back just in time with Dumbo? A look at the hits and misses of the renowned director

June 19, 2018

Watching Burton’s Alice in Wonderland you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s a crossover with no blend. Lewis Caroll’s Through the Looking Glass was the darker tale, but the original remains nothing more than an innocent trip through wonderland. It’s this strange wonderland that Burton pulled up and passed through his nightmare filter, leaving the peculiar […]

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You can boot a football around with a tank now if you want

June 19, 2018

Proving that not even non-sentient military hardware is safe from World Cup fever, World of Tanks is now letting you use its many vehicles to play a very explodey version of 3v3 Rocket League.

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So just what happens at the Supanova Comic Con and Gaming Expo in Sydney?

June 19, 2018

Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming is back for another round of panel heavy indulgence with our favourite screen and gaming stars and amazing fan-made Cosplay, artists and merchandise stalls and some intense gaming for young and old at heart. Some of my favourite people of the day and my interactions are pictured below, as it stands, I […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Ex Libris: The New York Public Library (USA, 2017) is like a long, detailed book

June 19, 2018

The New York Public Library is one large institution. So it should come as no surprise that the documentary about it is also quite big and sprawling in nature. Ex Libris: The New York Public Library is like reading hundreds of chapters from various books; you might learn something but that doesn’t change the fact […]

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Review: Jurassic Lounge 2099 is a guilty pleasure – without the guilt at the Australian Museum

June 19, 2018

You’re walking around a museum after dark, encountering all kinds of weird and wonderful animals, suddenly you swear the Brachiosaurus just winked at you – is your mind playing tricks on you? Or is it the four cocktails you’ve just polished off taking effect? Either way, this is Jurassic Lounge and in here, anything is […]

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