Day: 23 October 2018

Photo Gallery: Trophy Eyes + Dear Seattle + Maddy Jane + STUMPS – The Forum, Melbourne (20.10.18)

October 23, 2018

Trophy Eyes were supported by Dear Seattle, Maddy Jane and STUMPS at the Forum Theatre in Melbourne on Saturday as they closed our their The American Dream tour. Daniel Hanssen was there and brings us these photos from the night:  

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Live Review: Trophy Eyes and friends close a memorable tour with flair and style in Melbourne

October 23, 2018

It was a big night for any music loving Melbournian on Saturday as Trophy Eyes completed their national tour for the release of their The American Dream album. The band, who have been in the middle of a genre shift over the course of the past couple of years seemed to have completed it through […]

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Live Review: Joywave + Sir Sly – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY (20.10.18)

October 23, 2018

The third stop on a month long tour of the US see California’s Sir Sly and New York’s Joywave fill 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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Ruby Fields announces December tour dates in Sydney and Melbourne

October 23, 2018

We know you’ve been waiting for this one. Announced via triple j today, Ruby Fields fans in Melbourne and Sydney won’t have to wait until next year’s Laneway Festival to catch the singer-songwriter live thanks to a brief two-date East Coast tour set in support of her breathtaking latest single “Dinosaur”. Much like her debut […]

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Jackie Weaver and Bryan Brown star in the new original series Bloom coming to Stan this summer

October 23, 2018

This Summer, Stan will introduce us to another new, and original series. From creator, writer and Executive Producer Glen Dolman, comes mystery drama series Bloom. The series takes place in an idyllic country town, one year after a devastating flood kills five of their local residents, where a mysterious new plant with the power to restore their […]

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Track of the Day: Stevie Jean “Estranged” (2018)

October 23, 2018

The voice that captivated everybody in 2017 and scored herself a spot in the Triple J Unearthed High Top 5 is back with another epic track. Stevie Jean‘s “Estranged” is the powerful song dedicated to all the outcasts and outsiders, breaking down the boundaries of organised faith, not judging the person you are and accepting […]

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Album of the Week: The Pierce Brothers’ Atlas Shoulders (2018 LP) is the summer album we deserve

October 23, 2018

Over the years, The Pierce Brothers have become a centrepiece of Blues, Folk and Roots within the Australian music-scape. From their start as Melbourne street buskers, the brothers’ relentless push to hone their own talents and musical abilities have driven them overseas, with landmark tours around the Europe and UK. This has also coincided with […]

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Six international food festivals worth travelling for (before 2018 is over)

October 23, 2018

The final three months of 2018 bring plenty of opportunities for gastronomic tourism (the best kind of travel), whether you’re heading over to North America, travelling around Asia or just keen on a road trip in your backyard. These six highly curated food festivals are well worth getting off the couch for, from historic long-running […]

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Book Review: David Cohen’s The Hunter and Other Stories of Men is an offbeat look into the minds of men

October 23, 2018

Brisbane author David Cohen has put together a much anticipated collection of short stories in the form of his new book The Hunter and Other Stories of Men. The collection contains eighteen stories, most around the ten page mark, whilst some of which were published in various publications between 2004 and 2017. With some of the stories […]

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Hotel Review: Hilton juggles quantity and quality in San Francisco’s Union Square

October 23, 2018

Union Square has long been a useful anchor for visitors set to explore San Francisco, one of the most consistently impressive and dynamic cities in the world. It’s why many big-name hotel chains can be found spread throughout the heart of metropolitan heart of San Fran, with Hilton Union Square remaining one of the most […]

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