Day: 22 November 2018

Five things you should know about the Bourgogne winemaking region of France

November 22, 2018

It would take years, maybe even a lifetime, and a strong will to fully explore and learn about the many winemaking regions of France. The country is packed with some of the most legendary, and delicious, wines in the world, and constantly serves as a source of inspiration for the many sommeliers and wine retailers […]

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Photo Gallery: Mojo Juju + Nasty Mars – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (22.11.18)

November 22, 2018

Mojo Juju was joined by Nasty Mars at the Oxford Art Factory in Sydney last night. Belinda Dipalo was there and brings back these pictures from the breathtaking performance:

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Track of the Day: DOV feat. TESHA “Save” (2018)

November 22, 2018

Brooklyn-based, Israeli queer pop musician DOV has released “Save”, his debut single and the first single from his forthcoming EP Be Your Lover, which is due for release early 2019. “Save” sees DOV team up with fellow Israeli vocalist TESHA to craft a track which explores the idea of discovering and celebrating your identity.  DOV […]

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Japanese Film Festival Review: One Cut of the Dead (Japan, 2017) is a genius take on the Zombie comedy genre

November 22, 2018

One Cut of the Dead is not your run of the mill Zombie film, nor should any moviegoer make the same mistake as this reviewer and assume they’re going to go watch a Japanese version of Shaun of the Dead as they’ll find themselves completely flabbergasted by what’s put in front of them. In a […]

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Live Review: The Wombats gets the crowd singing in Melbourne with Eves Karydas

November 22, 2018

Eleven years after their initial album A Guide To Love, Loss & Desperation, The Wombats have been at it again. Their 2018 release, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life was a great addition to the band’s catalogue, touring it alongside their appearance at Splendour In The Grass. Yet, these tours were not enough for one of […]

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Film Review: The Children Act (UK, 2017) is a middling drama enlivened by a powerhouse performance from Emma Thompson

November 22, 2018

This may be a bold statement to make but it must be said: every film out there would kill to have the presence of Emma Thompson. Whether it is for her acting capabilities like she can elevate even the most fluffiest of films like the rom-com Love Actually with her fantastic acting chops; or it […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Violetta Zironi “Oasis” (2018)

November 22, 2018

There’s a songbird who sings and her name is Violetta Zironi. The Italian-born singer and guitarist started her musical career at the young age of sixteen, when she first picked up a pen and paper to express her thoughts in songs. A duet with the legendary Ben E. King, an international tour, and a critically […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: St Joan “First Blood” (2018)

November 22, 2018

A howl of regret and longing for a past life ring throughout St Joan’s single, “First Blood” but it is the release of their new video that puts a face to this familiar story. And we’re excited to premiere it today. Here’s what the Sydney three piece have to say about the clip: “The short […]

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