Day: 26 September 2018

Photo Gallery: Noname – Metro Theatre, Sydney (25.09.18)

September 26, 2018

Ahead of her appearance at Listen Out, Noname graced the Metro in Sydney last night. Belinda graces the AU with these photos:

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Album Review: Milo’s Budding Ornothologists are Weary of Tired Analogies (2018 LP) is a masterclass in complexity

September 26, 2018

milo has been active for some years now, releasing music both under his own name and his alias, Scallops Hotel – as well as his Nostrum Grocers collaboration with Elucid. His output is consistently high, releasing 2 projects in 2018 alone before the unveiling of his 4th studio album Budding Ornothologists are Weary of Tired […]

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Gig Guide: 7 shows not to miss in Brisbane this October

September 26, 2018

October is almost upon us which means it’s time to start planning how you’re going to spend those warmer, spring evenings. With a bunch of awesome gigs coming up in Brisbane, you’ll have no excuse not to get out and enjoy some live music. Here are our picks for the best gigs happening in Brisbane […]

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Album of the Week: Cloves’ debut One Big Nothing (2018 LP) both hits hard and emotionally simmers to touch your spirit

September 26, 2018

Debut albums play an important role in the life of an artist. They are generally full of emotion, heartfelt messages, life experiences and the artist’s passion for their craft. After three years of hard work, Cloves’ debut, One Big Nothing fulfils these expectations grandly, guiding the listener through a journey of Cloves’ blossoming music career, […]

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Film Review: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot (USA, 2018) is a charming crowd-pleaser with a dash of irreverent humour

September 26, 2018

It may not seem like it, but it’s been ten years since director Gus Van Sant gave us the powerful and Oscar-winning biopic Milk. Since then, the filmmaker has been in somewhat of a slump, with three films (Restless, Promised Land, and The Sea of Trees) falling flat on their faces. You probably didn’t see any of them and you […]

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Music Matters Interview: Why NZ duo Chores reckon Melbourne is better than Auckland

September 26, 2018

New Zealand producers Chores had a chat with the AU review during their recent stop in Singapore for Music Matters 2018. Although originally from Auckland, the boys are making the move to Melbourne, describing it as “the best city in the world.” Discussing Melbourne’s “thriving scene,” Chores acknowledge that “there’s just so much going on […]

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Music Matters Interview: Eyre Llew (UK) on being “DIY”, playing South Korea and more

September 26, 2018

Ambient rockers Eyre Llew from Nottingham kicked off their Asian tour at Music Matters 2018 in Singapore. Enjoying their first time in Singapore, Eyre Llew appreciate that “Music Matters is drawing people from all over the world, you meet people from all different cultures and nationalities.” Having previously performed in South Korea, the UK band states […]

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Games Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4 (PS4, 2018) is a fantastic return to a much loved series

September 26, 2018

Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a Japanese war-time strategy game with unique combat elements. I’ve never played a Valkyria Chronicles game before but I’m willing to try any game at least once, and I’m glad this is the one to introduce me to the franchise. Valkyria Chronicles 4 follows the story of Squad E, many of […]

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