Day: 20 June 2018

Music Video of the Day: Neil & Liam Finn “Back to Life” (2018)

June 20, 2018

If you’ve seen Neil Finn perform at all over the last handful of years, you’ll know that it’s very much a family affair when it comes to that surname and the production of engaging music. Most recently, Neil and son Liam Finn announced a joint record in Lightsleeper (out in August) but for now, we’re basking in the […]

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Hiatus Kaiyote, CC:DISCO!, Jaala & more announced for Strawberry Fields

June 20, 2018

The line up announcements for Strawberry Fields have started and man, there’s one big party coming up this year. Returning to the banks of the Murray this November 16-18, Strawberry Fields welcomes old friends and new to the stage, with the likes of Hiatus Kaiyote, CC:DISCO!, Jaala, 30/70 and more to the fold in what’s set up to be […]

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Live Review: The Presets shake Thebarton Theatre to its foundations with Adelaide’s HI VIZ stop

June 20, 2018

Friday night served as the perfect backdrop for The Presets’ travelling house party Adelaide visit to put their tools down for a night of sweaty beats and purposeful party anthems. Preceding Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes’ on-stage antics was the eclectic synth-pop duo Kult Kyss, swaying through their set highlighted by a great cover of […]

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Dr. G’s Djarimirri album to be performed live at the Queenscliff Music Festival

June 20, 2018

Dr. G‘s record Djamirri (Child of the Rainbow) was quick to be embraced by fans around the world, making him the country’s highest selling Indigenous artist of all time. While he may not be with us anymore, Dr G’s legacy lives on and in continuing to acknowledge his significance as an artist, the crew at the Queenscliff Music Festival […]

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A new partnership between Velocity Frequent Flyer and Westpac could make it easier for new home owners to travel

June 20, 2018

Virgin Australia’s Velocity Frequent Flyer Points program has this week announces a new partnership with Westpac, aimed at giving new home owners in Australia access to potentially hundreds of thousands of points. The substantial bank of points being offered come with two options, both accessible to Westpac customers who apply for a new home loan […]

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Aussie musician Fascinator on designing a New York Hotel Room for The Carlton Arms

June 20, 2018

From Banksy to Robert Lewis and Bruno Tanquerel, over 150 artists have left their mark on New York’s unique museum-meets-hotel, The Carlton Arms, converting rooms into one-of-a-kind art experiences. One of the latest artists to contribute to the project is Australia’s own Johnny Mackay, formerly of Children Collide, who now resides in New York and performs as Fascinator. […]

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Japanese dessert chain PAFU opens in Macquarie Centre (Sydney)

June 20, 2018

We’ve already got Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts and Ippudo, so it was only a matter of time before ST Group bought down another very well-known Japanese brand, dipping back into the sweet side with Pafu. Last year the Japanese puff-pastry dessert made a successful debut at QV in Melbourne, so now it’s Sydney’s turn to […]

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