Day: 21 June 2018

Music Video of the Day: The Frights “Me and We and I” (2018)

June 21, 2018

Having made an impressive debut in the UK at The Great Escape this year, US surf-punks The Frights have continued to show their chops with a catchy new vibe in “Me and We and I”. Taken from the band’s upcoming new album Hyperchondriac, “Me and We and I” is wrapped up in warm tone and great melody execution; […]

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BROCKHAMPTON level up with headline east coast shows in September

June 21, 2018

BROCKHAMPTON have already made a name for themselves as one of 2018’s breakthrough artists, turning expectations on their head and coming through with some of the best hip hop and rap music we’ve heard from a young group in a hot minute. Set to make their Australian debut on the LISTEN OUT tour this year, BROCKHAMPTON […]

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Eilish Gilligan, KAIIT, Sleep Talk & more confirmed on BIGSOUND’s first artist reveal

June 21, 2018

BIGSOUND continues to gear up this year, with the September festival revealing more of its cards for 2018 – their first artist announcement coming this afternoon. Some familiar faces will return to The Valley to showcase their music, while a whole range of fresh names will be on the bill to bring themselves to the […]

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Check out this rework of Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” from Texan synth pop group BUHU

June 21, 2018

If you’re a fan of the Peter Gabriel original and synthy soundscapes, then this cover of “In Your Eyes” may be up your alley. Courtesy of Texan group BUHU, this quirky, dreamy cover of the pop classic hits the right notes for today’s digital-heavy music climate. It’s gearing up to be a busy year for the Austin locals, […]

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The Living End hit Sydney & Melbourne for two intimate gigs as they debut tracks off their next LP

June 21, 2018

Hot on the heels of finishing up a new record in Berlin, and signing a new global publishing deal with BMG, legendary Trio The Living End hit Sydney’s Lansdowne on Tuesday night and The Gasometer in Melbourne on Wednesday for two secret intimate gigs as they debuted tracks off their next, yet-to-be-titled LP. In their […]

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Tech Review: JBL Link 300: Big, loud and likeable

June 21, 2018

The JBL Link 300 is the high end and rather portly older sibling in JBL’s range of Google Assistant enabled speakers. But unlike most elder siblings, it carries itself with all the brashness of the youngest child. It noisy, full of personality and is, on the whole, a very likeable sort.

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Nvidia Shield TV is finally coming to Australia

June 21, 2018

Nvidia’s popular Shield TV set top box is finally on its way to Australia. Built for both gaming and on-demand 4K streaming, the Shield has been a successful venture overseas, and now looks to dominate the market locally.   Beyond the news that the device is coming to Australia, there’s been no official release date […]

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Hawaiian Airlines to increase services between Brisbane and Honolulu for the Christmas holidays

June 21, 2018

Australians will have greater access to Hawaii over the Christmas holidays as Hawaiian Airlines increase their non-stop service between Brisbane and Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport to up to four weekly flights from 10th December 2018 to 8th January 2019. The expanded summer schedule will see additional flights departing Brisbane at 10:30pm on Mondays, […]

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A giant Arnott’s Shapes box has popped up in Circular Quay (Sydney)

June 21, 2018

Arnott’s Shapes are still very much top of the line as far as Aussie snacks go, which should come to no surprise seeing as 230,000 packs of the things are consumed every day across the country (compare that with 100,000 packs of Jatz, and 43,000 packs of Vita-Weat). In a response to the strong-as-ever popularity […]

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