Day: 11 September 2018

Track of the Day: The Buoys “Arm Wrestle” (2018)

September 11, 2018

Equal parts sweet and savoury, Sydney femme 4-piece The Buoys are gearing up to release their sophomore EP Split Lip with the release of their moving latest single “Arm Wrestle”.   Said to be “forged in the flames of a failed tinder date”, The Buoys origins are as unconventional as their feminine indie punk sound. […]

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Shirley Manson with Lauren Mayberry set to speak at SXSW as first speakers revealed

September 11, 2018

“As a premier destination for innovation and creative discovery, SXSW is proud to begin our 2019 season by announcing a strong and dynamic group of leaders, storytellers, and visionaries holding important conversations about the challenges and opportunities ahead of us.” South by Southwest have announced their first wave of keynote and featured speakers for the […]

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Book Review: Reign of Mist is a thrilling new addition to Helen Scheuerer’s Oremere Chronicles

September 11, 2018

On the run from power mad King Arden and his armies, the unlikely companions of Heart of Mist find themselves scattered across the realms. Bleak has sailed through the mist in search of the mysterious land of Oremere; Henri has fled to the wintry landscape of Havennesse, hoping to secure allies; Swinton and Fi have […]

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Kaskade talks about Hardwell as China, Spotify and monetisation take focus at All That Matters in Singapore

September 11, 2018

Branded co-founder CEO Jasper Donat welcomed everyone back to the Ritz Carlton yesterday, as All That Matters kicked off in Singapore. This introduction was ahead of the first panel, “For The Fan of it!”, in front of a packed ballroom audience. The panel brought together the various streams of the conference – Sports, Music, Gaming […]

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Film Review: Christopher Robin (USA, 2018) tries to be playful but is a bit too dour

September 11, 2018

It can be hard watching characters who you’ve grown up with and have a long standing nostalgic attachment to, get brought back to life on the big screen. There’s something deeply rooted in the warmth of how you remember them, and how sometimes the new version doesn’t quite stand up to that test. The trailer […]

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Four shows not to miss in Sydney Theatre Company‘s 2019 season

September 11, 2018

Unveiling its bold, imaginative and entertaining array of productions for the year ahead, the Sydney Theatre Company’s new program of thirteen shows across four venues is prepared to astound audiences from far and wide. Speaking about the season, Artistic Director Kip William’s has said: “In 2018 our season looked at leadership and social responsibility in […]

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Film Review: Searching (USA, 2018) surprises with inventive storytelling, timely themes and strong performances

September 11, 2018

It is quite amusing to think that we have many films released over the years, regardless of genre, that span across many imaginative worlds, planets, fantasy settings and so on. With the vast amount of superhero films and blockbusters, it’s hard not to see why. But, the world that has not been mined more than enough, […]

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Album Review: Bob Moses – Battle Lines (2018 LP)

September 11, 2018

The Canadian electronic duo Bob Moses, consisting of Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance have returned with their sophomore album Battle Lines. The pair have great different musical backgrounds that shine through; Howie has a strong rock and vocal basis, whereas Vallance has trance and electronic roots, with releases on labels such as Ultra Records. These two […]

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From Buffy to Westworld: The six best ever Film-to-TV adaptions

September 11, 2018

The long awaited series based on the 1988 cult movie Heathers is set to premiere on Stan on 28th September 2018. The first season of the satirical dark comedy consists of ten episodes following Veronica Sawyers daily struggle against the vicious gang of Heathers. Starring as Veronica is Gracie Victoria Cox. Melanie Fried, Jasmin Mathews and […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Edward R “Why Won’t You Love Me?” (2018)

September 11, 2018

Fresh from setting tails wagging at BIGSOUND with his new material, this morning the AU is thrilled to premiere the new stunning track from Edward R, “Why Won’t You Love Me?”. The single is the second to be taken from his new EP Body Corporate​, due out October 12th. The new EP from the 27-year-old […]

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