Day: 11 February 2019

Track of the Day: Rozi Plain “Conditions” (2019)

February 11, 2019

Without UK indies This Is The Kit to ground her, Rozi Plain is floating free on new single “Conditions”, a wholesome dreamscape that breaks apart her signature folk and reveals a shimmering sense of heightened reality. Following up her first single “Symmetrical”, this gem is the latest offering from the London artist’s forthcoming album What […]

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Pet Sematary world premiere announced alongside a fresh lineup of Aussie talent added to SXSW Film Festival 2019

February 11, 2019

Every March, the SXSW Film Festival takes place in Austin, Texas – and it’s home to some of the biggest and most exciting world premieres alongside the freshest up-and-coming features and shirts. From March 8–17, the 2019 event will be celebrating a lineup of 131 Feature Films, 101 Short Films (including Music Videos), 5 Episodic […]

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Book Review: Debra Adelaide’s Zebra and other stories showcases the author’s astonishing range

February 11, 2019

Eccentric, heartbreaking and hilarious- this is how Debra Adelaide‘s latest book of short stories is described on the cover by her Picador stable-mate, Jennifer Mills. The book is Zebra and Other Stories, a collection comprised of fourteen stories, divided into three sections: First, Second and Third. These sections refer to the point of view taken in the stories. Adelaide covers a […]

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Photo Gallery: Laneway Festival – Hart’s Mill, Adelaide (08.02.19)

February 11, 2019

Laneway Festival rolled into Hart’s Mill again on Friday, with a huge lineup including Gang of Youths, What So Not, Courtney Barnett, Camp Cope, Rex Orange County, and more, each act drawing massive crowds throughout the day. Our photographer Kerrie Geier was there to bring you these shots.

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Live Review: G-Flip, Ruby Fields, Methyl Ethyl and more stun crowds at Laneway Festival in Melbourne

February 11, 2019

The day started off with dark clouds and the threat of rain at any moment. A sprinkling of water showered festival go-ers as they waltzed into the festival, a pulsating mass of Gorman jackets, four dollar plastic rain coats and the occasional punter (myself) who forgot to check the weather report. There was fear in […]

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Film Review: Capernaum (Lebanon, 2018) is a compelling, life-affirming journey; Zain Al Rafeea shines

February 11, 2019

Films that are for adults that revolve around children are becoming more uncommon these days. So much so that people have to differentiate films that are for children with films that are about children. Case in point, the 2004 fantasy drama Bridge to Terabithia. While the film does show a fantasy world and the story […]

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SA musicians vie for a spot playing along side the Red Hot Chili Peppers at Superloop Adelaide 500

February 11, 2019

Music SA and Superloop Adelaide 500 have again given six emerging South Australian music acts the opportunity of a lifetime! As part of Music SA’s successful Bands on Track initiative they have provided a chance to join the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Vance Joy, Amy Shark, Jet and The Living End onstage at […]

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The Top 5: Tunes of Maroon 5

February 11, 2019

Maroon 5 has been a staple sound on commercial airwaves since ‘94. Despite the Internet’s divisive reactions to their recent Super Bowl 2019 halftime performance, there is no doubt that this band has played a pivotal part in shaping many musical upbringings. As a gesture of appreciation, we’ve dwindled down an extensive list of hits […]

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Exclusive EP Premiere: Alanna Eileen – Artifice (2019 EP)

February 11, 2019

We’re pleased today to be premiering, Artifice, the new EP from New Zealand-via-Australia singer-songwriter Alanna Eileen.  The recording of Artifice saw Alanna heading across to the United States last October, for a ten day recording stint at Montrose Recording in Virginia, with production coming from Sparklehorse’s Alan Weatherhead. The EP’s eight tracks were written between July […]

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