Day: 22 October 2018

Post Malone is coming to Australia for a huge arena tour in 2019

October 22, 2018

Multi-platinum pop megastar Post Malone will be making a huge return to Australia next year, announcing a nationwide tour that’ll be taking the “Rockstar” singer across Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. Set for April and May 2019, the string of performances will mark Malone’s first arena tour down under. Known for his vigorous stirred-pot […]

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Photo Gallery: Joywave + Sir Sly – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY (20.10.18)

October 22, 2018

The third stop on a month long tour of the US sees California’s Sir Sly and New York’s Joywave filled out Warsaw in Brooklyn. Both regulars of the US touring circuit and members of the Coachella club, Warsaw seems like quite the exclusive venue to catch these guys. Nobody was complaining though, they could have […]

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Live Review: Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto take experimental minimalism to new heights at the Sydney Opera House

October 22, 2018

A legend across contemporary classical, electronica and experimental music, Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a long an illustrious career. Spanning a number of collaborations, it’s his sixteen year partnership with German composer Alva Noto that has stuck, garnering five albums, along with the soundtrack to the movie The Revenant. A largely improvised affair, the duo meshed sparse […]

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Melbourne International Arts Festival Review: One Infinity explores ideas of cultural exchange through incredible contemporary dance

October 22, 2018

I have a single word for you. Wow! Walking into Malthouse Theatre, I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect. The audience was split in two, both facing each other on opposite sides of the black lacquered stage, which is set up minimally with Eastern Asian instruments. We are told to mirror the women who sit […]

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Book Review: In Sarah Perry’s hauntingly beautiful Melmoth, thought provoking contemporary fiction meets Gothic horror

October 22, 2018

Twenty years ago, Helen Franklin did a terrible thing. Unable to forgive herself, she lives a life of self-imposed penance, scraping together a living as a translator in Prague and denying herself the simplest of pleasures. But when her friend Karel hands her a strange manuscript, detailing sightings of a tall woman in black haunting […]

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Track of the Day: Curtis Harding “Where We Are” (2018)

October 22, 2018

Emerging retro soul singer-songwriter Curtis Harding has followed up last year’s Face Your Fear album with brand new single, “Where We Are”,  an eight minute beauty that is packed with nostalgia for 60’s soul. Harding, the son of a gospel singer (an influence you can still hear today), kicked off his career as a background singer […]

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Not a Drill: Royal Stacks is giving away free burgers in Sydney this Saturday

October 22, 2018

Chatswood burger joint Royal Stacks is celebrating a whole two years since it’s first shop in Sydney, moving up from Melbourne to great acclaim with a total of 130,00 burgers and 3000 liters of frozen custards sold to date. On Saturday 27th October, those celebration will hit their peak with a huge party, featuring a […]

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A Call To Arms: An Interview with Tim Colwill of Game Workers Unite Australia

October 22, 2018

Developers being chewed up and spat out by the global video games industry is a topic that’s been cropping up a lot over the past months. As news of renowned studios closing their doors, sky-high developer turnover and, just as of this week, employees working 100 hour weeks in an effort to get major releases […]

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Hotel Review: Mantra up their regional game with new Albury property

October 22, 2018

Unless you’re heading there on business, chances are the riverina city of Albury isn’t too far up the bucketlist when it comes to those essential Aussie road trip destinations. Although, the major regional city, located on the banks of the Murray River, is a convenient and completely worthwhile stop-off on the way to (or from) […]

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