Day: 13 July 2018

Interview: Argus and The Liar’s Joseph Duigan checks in ahead of Scouted in Adelaide

July 13, 2018

With only a few weeks to go, the Adelaide music community is gearing up for a night of live music unlike any other, with the Scouted music showcase series taking over the city. Rocket Bar is hosting the AU Review and an excellent list of artists – including Argus and The Liar. Find out some more about […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: Porpoise Spit – GOD YEAH! (2018 EP)

July 13, 2018

Melbourne’s Porpoise Spit have finally arrived at the point many of their fans have been waiting for – EP release day! The band’s debut effort comes in the form of the enthusiastically titled GOD YEAH!, an apt culmination of the kickin’ year the band has had in developing their craft. Confidentially harnessing catchy melodies and great rock […]

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Live Review: Pale Waves’ glistening goth pop dazzles The Lair in Sydney

July 13, 2018

Clad in black with dark lipstick, a curly bob of black hair on lead sing Heather Baron-Gracie. Ian Curtis baggy trousers and plain black shirt on guitarist Hugo Silvani, jet black EP and single covers, morose The Cure inspired lyrics about broken hearts; but bright glistening pop. Pale Waves crave to combine the two distinct […]

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Review: Mamma Mia! The Musical brings the party to Melbourne’s Princess Theatre (to September 30th)

July 13, 2018

Even if you don’t love ABBA, I dare you to listen to ‘Dancing Queen’ and not to get out of your chair and dance! Now add colourful boas, a sun kissed set, chiselled men dancing in flippers and an all-star cast- and you will have absolutely have no choice but to jiggly your body. Mamma […]

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Bistro Rex is tracking this year’s Le Tour de France with a new concept menu (Sydney)

July 13, 2018

With Bastille Day rolling through Sydney (and the world) this weekend there’s going to be plenty of celebrations throughout the city geared towards all things French dining. And seeing as French cuisine is one of the most diverse and technique-heavy in the world, that’s not a bad reason to get out and eat your way […]

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