Day: 21 August 2018

The AU Review announces massive unofficial BIGSOUND 10th birthday party with VISIONS

August 21, 2018

Sydney party night VISIONS has announced a massive two stage unofficial BIGSOUND event, presented in partnership with The AU Review as part of our 10th Birthday Celebrations. Set to be held at Brisbane’s iconic Foundry on Friday, September 7th, and sponsored by the event’s official beer partner Batler and US Marketing Agency Planetary, the night will showcase VISIONS’ renowned mix of rising stars on the Australian live scene, alongside a special […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: The Lagerphones’ Japan-inspired record ATARA-CD (あたらシーディー)

August 21, 2018

Today we’re excited to premiere the brand new album from Melbourne party jazz collective The Lagerphones, who have gained themselves quite a following in Japan. Off the back of this, and ahead of their fourth tour of the country in as many years (with 15 mostly free shows across 15 days), the group are set […]

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Track of the Day: Guerilla Toss “Green Apple” (2018)

August 21, 2018

Dense and hypnotic, New York art-rock group Guerilla Toss have given us another delicious oddity with “Green Apple”. Following the swift and absurd “Meteorological”, it’s the second cut from forthcoming album Twisted Sister and is just as propulsive with a very tye-dyed distorted vocal performance from lead Kassie Carlson and a particular frantic thrust from […]

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DVD Review: Why Australia needs more shows like Mystery Road

August 21, 2018

The secret’s out about the excellent drama/thriller series, Mystery Road. It’s actually a gripping, Australian detective story that sees the character, Jay Swan reprised from Ivan Sen’s films, Mystery Road and Goldstone. This time around the crime takes place in the small outback town of Patterson where the locals are elusive and tight-lipped about what […]

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9 shows not to miss at the 2018 Brisbane Festival

August 21, 2018

The Brisbane Festival kicks off on in a couple of weeks on the 8th of September. With the festival boasting 600 performances of almost 70 shows across 17 venues, it’s close to impossible to see everything, or indeed to decide what you should go and see. So, like the good citizens we are, we’ve compiled […]

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