Day: 18 July 2018

Interview: Partner (Canada) on touring the world, their goal “to not be compared to Weezer anymore” and flute solos

July 18, 2018

One of the most exciting Canadian outfits right now goes by the name of Partner. Led by Lucy Niles and Josée Caron, the Ontario group recently were short listed for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize (the Canadian equivalent of the AMP), won the SOCAN Songwriting Prize (the Canadian equivalent of the Vanda & Young Songwriting […]

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Forget the Headliners: 6 Splendour Acts You Can’t Miss before 6PM

July 18, 2018

Splendour in the Grass is back again for another year this week, returning to North Byron Parklands from the 20th-22nd of July. If you’re heading out to Splendour for the first time, chances are you’re going to have a helluva bender – what a stacked line up to pop your SITG cherry! As we all […]

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Exclusive: Alexander Biggs takes us behind-the-scenes of his first ever overseas tour

July 18, 2018

I was lucky enough to catch up with Alexander Biggs while I was at The Great Escape in Brighton (UK) earlier this year, as we spoke about the Melbourne singer/songwriter embarking on his first ever overseas trip. Now we’re excited to take you on this behind-the-scenes tour diary shot by Alex and his team as […]

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Troye Sivan has collaborated with Jonsi & Leland for new Australian led movie; get your first taste here

July 18, 2018

Musically, Aussie pop artist Troye Sivan keeps going from strength to strength, and will soon be releasing his anticipated second record Bloom. But the singer who once appeared as a Young Wolverine hasn’t giving up acting either; he’ll be appearing in Joel Edgerton‘s new film Boy Erased, which also stars the likes of Russell Crowe, […]

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Music Video of the Day: Harley Mavis “No Chance” (2018)

July 18, 2018

Sydney’s Harley Mavis has just dropped an outstanding debut single “No Chance”, and its paint drenched accompanying music video is a stunner in its own right. It’s an impressive and effortlessly catchy debut for Hannah Robinson‘s latest project, which made its live debut earlier in the year, performing at events like the Courtyard Sessions’ Mardi Gras […]

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Games Review: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch, 2018): A Brief, But Delightful Charm

July 18, 2018

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker finally landed its port on the Switch and DS this week, having not played it on the Wii U back when it was released in November of 2014 I was extremely stoked that I would get to finally play what everyone was raving about.

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Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi’s General Manager takes us behind-the-scenes of the brand new theme park

July 18, 2018

This time next week, the Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi will officially open its doors to the public; a brand new, state-of-the-art indoor theme park set to feature six immersive lands, 29 rides, shows and attractions, dining options and all the usual trimmings you’d expect from a world class park of its kind. While in […]

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