Day: 16 September 2018

Tech Review: Hisense are a Smart TV pack leader with their 65P9’s stunning picture and sound

September 16, 2018

Hisense has boldly made a convincing case as to why they should be considered one of the TV companies that deserve your consideration when buying top-of-the-line, premium smart TV’s with the release of their 65″ Series 9 range. Also available in a 75″ option, the Hisense 65P9 was so large it blocked artwork we had […]

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Grandoozy Day Two Review: Florence + The Machine, Young the Giant & Sturgill Simpson help the Denver festival hit its stride

September 16, 2018

Denver’s newest festival Grandoozy kicked into gear on Saturday with a packed lineup that was filled with a little something for everyone. Florence + The Machine headlined the night but was joined by the biggest names in Country and up and coming hip hop stars. Florence + The Machine Florence Welch has always been a force on […]

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Photo Gallery: Grandoozy Day One feat. Kendrick Lamar, Phoenix, Tennis, Ty Dolla $ign, Bishop Briggs, Jade Bird and more

September 16, 2018

America’s newest music festival Grandoozy kicked off in Denver yesterday with Kendrick Lamar, Phoenix, Tennis, Ty Dolla $ign, Bishop Briggs, Jade Bird, Bayonne and more. Taylor Mithelman brings us photos from the first day:

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Theatre Review: The Wharf Revue’s Deja Revue celebrates politics repeating with some all-singing & all-dancing comic revelry

September 16, 2018

The Wharf Revue have been proudly entertaining audiences by skewering politicians since 2000. This year’s instalment was the troupe’s first without co-founder and musical director, Phil Scott, but the show remained strong and funny. The opening night at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatre was a rollicking one with a vaudeville feel that hit some really high notes. […]

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BIGSOUND Interview: San Mei (Gold Coast) talks persevering and discovering her sound

September 16, 2018

Gold Coast artist Emily Hamilton, aka San Mei, has learned a lot about herself recently, including her stage name. “It’s my Chinese name,” she explains. “I grew up with my parents telling me it means beautiful flower. But recently I asked my aunty, who is Chinese, and she said San means three and Mei means […]

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TuanTuan Chinese Brasserie expands from Manila to Melbourne

September 16, 2018

Hot off the heels of its ever growing popularity in its hometown of Manila, the very first Australian branch of TuanTuan Chinese Brasserie  has now opened its doors in Melbourne. And if you’re into the crisp atmosphere of brunch at one of the city’s hundreds of European style cafés, but tired of the same old smashed […]

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