Day: 4 September 2018

Musicians and authors team up to help launch series of groundbreaking new books this Indigenous Literacy Day

September 4, 2018

Tomorrow, September 5th, marks the 12th annual Indigenous Literacy Day, “a celebration of Indigenous culture, stories, language and literacy” hosted by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF), with events kicking off in Sydney, Melbourne and nationwide. This year, the ILF are launching a range of moving new books with big events in the major cities, alongside […]

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Track of the Day: The Montreals “Y2K” (2018)

September 4, 2018

Fresh from making waves in the Australian and international indie-pop scene, Adelaide’s The Montreals, are back with their latest offering “Y2K” – a track that’s sure to soothe you out of your midweek slump. Since first launching onto the scene in 2016 with their acclaimed debut EP Indigo Club, the eclectic South Australian quartet have […]

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Live Review: Eilish Gilligan displayed her lyrical excellence at Melbourne’s Gaso on Saturday

September 4, 2018

Melbourne was again reminded of its amazing homegrown talent as the Gasometer was treated to Eilish Gilligan’s sold out performance on Saturday night. EIlish, joined by both Max Quinn and Essie Holt helped the sellout audience forget about the cold and rain with their exuberant sets and loving songwriting. The stage setup was reminiscent of […]

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Melbourne’s 400 Gradi has introduced a pizza with 150 different types of cheeses

September 4, 2018

Just a few months after being named the best pizza in Oceania and one of the top 50 pizzerias in the world, 400 Gradi will be adding a not-so-modest achievement to their already world-class reputation. For National Cheese Pizza Day (Sep 5th), owner and chef Johnnie Di Francesco will now attempt to best an ambitious […]

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I Tried to Bone the Scarecrow in The Sims 4: Seasons

September 4, 2018

Seasons is one of the latest expansion packs for 2014’s The Sims 4, and much like its predecessors, it integrates brand new, year-round weather features, new activities, career paths, furniture and more. In terms of added features, Seasons is an essential expansion, providing a structured calendar complete with themed seasonal events such as Love Day, […]

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5 animated films to get excited about in the next 7 months

September 4, 2018

Already so far this year we have witnessed numerous animated films making an appearance in cinemas, the long-awaited Incredibles 2 being just one. But what about the rest of the year, you ask? Rest assured, because we here at the AU review have you covered. In this article we’ll disclose five more animated films you’re likely to […]

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Gold Coast’s new billion-dollar luxury apartment hotel nears completion

September 4, 2018

After years in development, the so-called “billion-dollar game-changer”, The Ruby Collection is ready to add its substantial weight to the Surfers Paradise skyline. A sightly “Ruby” rooftop sign has officially been raised on the first tower, indicating that the luxury development is finally nearing completion, with just over 70 days to go before CEO David […]

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Meet the 22 Aussies heading to Nashville for AmericanaFest 2018

September 4, 2018

The 19th annual AMERICANAFEST will take over many of Nashville’s iconic music venues later this month. Running from the 11th – 16th September the festival is a great opportunity for artists – emerging and established – to showcase their work, form international ties and win sponsors. Australia’s national music export initiative, Sounds Australia, will be […]

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Games Review: Strange Brigade (PS4, 2018) Delivers a Campy Yet Fun Cooperative Ride

September 4, 2018

It will help if you read this introductory par in the voice of a 1930’s movie serial announcer. Greetings fellow adventurers, and welcome to Strange Brigade, the new cooperative shooter from developer Rebellion. Right out the gate, Strange Brigade prides itself on blending Indiana Jones with Brendan Fraser’s The Mummy franchise in order to create […]

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The ten greatest video game soundtracks we’d love to hear live

September 4, 2018

This year at Gamescom, the Video Games Live orchestra performed selected arrangements from the Overwatch original soundtrack. The performance was amazing, its heroic themes accompanied by some of the game’s iconic cinematic shorts. A video game soundtrack played live, particularly by a full orchestra, is something that’s only come into vogue in the last decade […]

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