Day: 8 April 2019

Track of the Day: Greta Stanley, “Kick” (2019)

April 8, 2019

Okay, admittedly we’re a little late to the party on this one, but “Kick” found its way onto our radar after a shout-out from writer Clementine Ford, and now we can’t stop listening to it, or watching the stunning video, shot in Cairns. Born in Townsville and raised in rural Mena Creek, singer-songwriter Greta Stanley blends […]

Read More

Razer Basilisk Essential Review: Haus of Mouse

April 8, 2019

Razer’s cornered the market on sleek gaming peripherals, and the latest Basilisk Essential mouse is no exception. It’s smooth, gorgeous and comfortable, with some great design that includes a soft little nook to rest your thumb in as you game. As is common with most Razer products, it’s also powered by Razer Chroma and features […]

Read More

Interview: Eves Karydas (AUS) talks VANFEST, synaesthesia and working on her new album.

April 8, 2019

Eves Karydas has been taking the Australian indie-pop world by storm since re-emerging on to the scene in 2017. In the past year alone, she’s dropped her debut studio album summerskin, supported the likes of Dua Lipa and Cub Sport, and garnered national and international praise for tracks such as “Damn Loyal”, “Couch” and “Further Than The Planes Fly”. […]

Read More

HBO releases special Game of Thrones collection of single malt whiskies

April 8, 2019

While wine may be the drink of choice in HBO’s phenomenal Game of Thrones, the various textures of the show’s universe are best expressed through Whisky. Diageo have recognised this, and so has HBO; which is why they’ve teamed up to officially release several expressions from different iconic brands, each making up a limited-edition collection […]

Read More

Interview: Sevendust on returning to Australia, Justin Timberlake and celebrating 25 years together

April 8, 2019

It’s now 25 years since iconic alternative metal titans Sevendust formed in Atlanta, Georgia, and they’re going stronger than ever. Following the release of their highly successful twelfth studio album “All I See Is War” last year, the band has gone full throttle in what feels like the dawning of a new era for the […]

Read More

Samsung launch Australia’s very first 8K televisions

April 8, 2019

The Australian market has officially welcomed its first ever range of 8K televisions, representing a substantial leap in tech trends, with the expected price bump that comes with it. And while LG, Sony and Hisense have yet to unveil their models for this year, Samsung has gotten the jump with their new Q900 range which, […]

Read More

Hotel Review: The Fullerton Hotel is bursting with history and modern innovation for the Singapore Bicentennial

April 8, 2019

With Singapore’s Bicentennial commemorative events in full swing, one hotel which promises to keep you in the heart of the action is the The Fullerton Bay Hotel. The hotel, which opened in 2001, sits in Singapore’s GPO building, built some 100 years ago – a tradition which will continue in Sydney later this year when the […]

Read More