Day: 23 August 2018

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Zoe Lyons – Entry Level Human (Performances to August 26th)

August 23, 2018

Having made a name for herself on Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Mock the Week (BBC Two), Room 101 (BBC One) and regularly heard on BBC Radio 4’s News Quiz, Just a Minute, The Now Show and plenty more, the popular Brighton based comic Zoe Lyons has returned to the Fringe with her new […]

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Win a copy of original Netflix series Narcos Season 3 on DVD

August 23, 2018

After two seasons chasing the notorious Cali Cartel leader Pablo Escobar the DEA finally caught up with him. The rules have changed and now they’re after his successors. With Escobar out of the way business is booming for the cartel, on their way to becoming the biggest cocaine trafficker in history. Follow Agent Pena’s (Pedro […]

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Track of the Day: Long Tall Jefferson “Stay A Little Longer” (2018)

August 23, 2018

Swiss songwriter and storyteller, Simon Borer aka Long Tall Jefferson has released his new single and video for “Stay A Little Longer” which is off his upcoming second album The Lucky Guy due this September. The tracks immediate use of slide guitar and melodic hook of “stay a little longer baby” sung by Jefferson sets the scene for a future […]

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Tech Review: Sennheiser GSP 600 gaming headset represents a rare misstep by a confident audio maker

August 23, 2018

I’ve never hesitated to recommend Sennheiser headphones to friends in the past. Their headphones have been a go-to of mine for a very long time. My years-long love affair with their HD 598 model is well documented. So when the opportunity to try out a pair of headphones from their gaming range arrived, I leapt […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Horror My Friend “Wedding” (2018)

August 23, 2018

Adelaide band Horror My Friend will tomorrow officially release their brand new single “Wedding”, which is taken from their just announced new record Home Life. Today you get your first listen to the release in the exclusive worldwide premiere of the track and its accompanying music video here on the AU: The track comes amidst a […]

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8 events not to miss at Melbourne Writers Festival 2018

August 23, 2018

Tomorrow the 2018 instalment of the Melbourne Writers Festival will kick off. Naturally there are so many panels, conversations and workshops to choose from, so we’ve unpacked the assortment of irresistible and noteworthy guests taking part in this action packed program and come up with these hot tips on what not to miss! Sally Seltmann: Lovesome […]

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Tech Review: B&O strike a fine balance between form and function with Beoplay P6

August 23, 2018

The initial question with a Bang & Olufsen product is almost always “is it worth the price?”. The Danish consumer electronics brand has a habit of playing in the “Ludicrously Expensive” price range, but has always managed to justify that high price point with an equal focus on luxurious design and world-class performance. No matter […]

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Film Review: Book Club (USA, 2018) is 50 Shades of Disappointment

August 23, 2018

You can imagine the meeting. “We need a film for the grey-dollar à la Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.” “How about a story involving a book club? Older women like those.” “Sure, but let’s make it into a rom-com.” “We need to include sex because that sells.” “But they might be a bit old for Sex […]

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Games Review: Okami HD (Switch, 2018) remodels its intuitive controls for an endlessly beautiful adventure

August 23, 2018

Okami was a work of art before it was ported to numerous modern platforms, inspiring a new generation of players with its mythic take on the old Zelda formula, but this Nintendo Switch port in particular gives it a necessary new life.

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Interview: KIN‘s Aussie directors Jonathan & Josh Baker talk about working with Mogwai and paying homage to James Cameron

August 23, 2018

In cinemas next week, the new film KIN will hit cinemas in Australia and the USA; continuing the trend of underdog sci-fi that has returned to popularity thanks to Stranger Things (the producers of which also produced this project). The film is the debut feature from NYC-based Aussie directors Jonathan and Josh Baker, whose short film […]

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