Day: 1 July 2018

Interview: Towkio talks creative drive and competition ahead of debut Australian tour

July 1, 2018

Splendour in the Grass this year sees the Australian debut of Chicago rapper Towkio, who will be bringing his much acclaimed WWW. album to our shores – man, we’re ready. With the release of his 2015 mixtape .Wav Theory, Towkio landed on many tastemaker radars, featuring collaborations with fellow Chi-town heroes in Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa; WWW. sees Towkio […]

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I Nearly Shed a Tear While Playing The Spyro Reignited Trilogy

July 1, 2018

Growing up, I played the Spyro and Crash trilogies annually. It was a family tradition that had long fallen by the wayside in the wake of jobs, university studies and adult responsibilities. When the Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy was released, the tradition was revived, and many great hours were spent pouring over the remarkable and […]

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Booyaka, Booyaka – Rey Mysterio Swings His Way Into WWE 2K19

July 1, 2018

WWE Legend Rey Mysterio has had a busy year – from starring in WWE’s Royal Rumble and Greatest Royal Rumble earlier in the year to featuring in New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Dominion 6.9.  Mysterio’s stellar year continues with the announcement that he’ll be joining the upcoming WWE 2K19 as one of two playable pre-order characters. […]

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Celebrations at Sydney Airport today as Virgin Australia launch first flight to Hong Kong

July 1, 2018

Virgin Australia today launches its inaugural flight between Sydney and Hong Kong, the airline’s second direct service to Hong Kong, and its only to (currently) operate seven days a week. The flight, which will take off at 10am this morning and land in Hong Kong at 5.40pm local time, will see a number of special […]

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5 shows not to miss in Australia this July

July 1, 2018

Warm up the long winter nights ahead with these sizzling art events on showcase this month around Australia. From classic show stoppers to cultured exhibitions, here are our five top picks for July! Aida (Sydney) Feel like doing something cultured? Why not head to the Opera for a fancy night out. Aida makes its way […]

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Review: Circus Oz warms up Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens with new show Precarious (until July 15th)

July 1, 2018

With winter upon us the urge to stay rugged up inside is VERY tempting- I mean what other options do we have? Well, what if I told you that instead of sitting by the heater bored at home you could be drinking wine in the Royal Botanic Gardens, surrounded by warmth, watching death-defying acrobats? Sounds […]

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Sydney’s Beer and BBQ Festival shines with beer and music, disappoints with BBQ

July 1, 2018

Now in its fourth year, the Adelaide Beer & BBQ Festival has made a name for itself as one of the most anticipated events on the South Australian calendar. This year, the event expanded to Sydney for the first time, taking over Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter for three days of brews, bites and bands. Beer […]

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