Day: 26 June 2018

Music Video of the Day: Kaiit “OG Luv Kush p.2” (2018)

June 26, 2018

Kaiit continues to nail each release with a fresh level of individual flair that has propelled the Melbourne songwriter onto the radars of tastemakers around the country. With “OG Luv Kush p.2”, Kaiit further explores a vocal territory drenched in rich soul and a musical palette formed off the back of some of hip-hop and […]

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G Flip set to break further into the European market with Pitchfork Music Festival spot in November

June 26, 2018

G Flip‘s emergence as one of the country’s most exciting new names this year has been incredible to watch. Off the back of two singles, she’s managed to lock down acclaim at two of the world’s biggest new music discovery festivals – SXSW and The Great Escape – while also building up a steady roster […]

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5 of our favourite pre-“This is America” Childish Gambino videos

June 26, 2018

Only days after claims of plagiarism emerged focusing on Childish Gambino‘s “This Is America” and Jase Harley‘s “American Pharoah”, Donald Glover and his team have once again proven that they keep things pushing, with the announcement of a run of massive shows that will take the rapper right through the UK and Europe, as well as Australia. Already […]

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Film Review: Ideal Home (USA, 2018) is an average comedy with some chuckles, thanks to the leads

June 26, 2018

Considering the political climate that were in, you figure a mainstream comedy like Ideal Home, a film about two gay fathers that borders on stereotypes would be a bad idea. At least, that’s what people have been saying out there, due to impressions from the trailers and the posters. But considering that this is a […]

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Review: MOXY Tokyo Kinshicho – a creative, colourful and playful hotel in Sumida Ward

June 26, 2018

Tokyo’s iteration of Marriott International’s energetic and youthful Moxy brand has done well to distinguish itself among the many traditional hotels that lie across the sprawling city. Located in the Sumida Ward, just five minutes on foot from JR Kinshicho Station, the property is a creative and playful entry to a neighbourhood most tourists wouldn’t […]

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The More You Know: This Small City in Finland Was Just Named the World’s “Capital of Metal”

June 26, 2018

After a month-long competition resulting in fierce competition between the many different metal scenes of Finland, the official “Capital of Metal” has been named. Lemi, a small municipality with a population of just over 3000 in rural Southeast Finland, has walked away with the honour based upon them having the most dense metal scene in […]

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Win a double pass to see STOMP in Sydney

June 26, 2018

The Broadway, West End and international sensation STOMP is back, set to return to Australia with its unstoppable energy. The show will tour to Melbourne, the Gold Coast, Adelaide and Sydney from May to August, running at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre from 31 July to 5 August. Eight performers use an array of ordinarily mundane objects, […]

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Win a family pass to see Sleeping Beauty: A Knight Avenger’s Tale in Sydney

June 26, 2018

Awake from your enchanted slumber and get read for the family fun fairy tale panto adventure, Sleeping Beauty – A Knight Avenger’s Tale. Bursting into Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre for a strictly limited season from 29 June to 8 July and Sydney’s majestic State Theatre from 13 to 22 July 2018. Featuring dazzling costumes, stunning sets, […]

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Book Review: Kitty Flanagan’s Bridge Burning & Other Hobbies is a loose look at some funny episodes from Flanagan’s life

June 26, 2018

Kitty Flanagan is an accomplished stand-up and regular on TV shows like Utopia and The Weekly With Charlie Pickering. She is a chronic over-thinker in the best possible way, and this is evident in her first book: Bridge Burning & Other Hobbies. A collection of funny anecdotes and personal stories, readers will find this book as relatable […]

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