Day: 3 September 2019

Live Review: Didirri + Ro + Kat Edwards, 170 Russell, Melbourne (30.08.19)

September 3, 2019

Over the weekend Melbourne’s 170 Russell was tuned into the emotional works of Didirri, with a bustling crowd eager to hear his works lining up early the night was a grand success as both Didirri and Ro saw the launch of ‘Tea Stains’ off in Melbourne. The two were joined by Kat Edwards, who opened […]

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Cheateau Victoria Review: Supremely convenient for British Columbia’s stunning capital

September 3, 2019

Quaint, friendly and absolutely delicious. There are many ways to describe the historic British Columbian capital of Victoria, a small city with a very big heart. It’s often referred to as the highlight on any Canadian itinerary – it’s certainly one of mine – and anyone would surely agree once they walk the serene Ogden […]

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Six things to do in Sydney over the next few weeks: September-October 2019

September 3, 2019

A bit of Santa Monica at one of Sydney’s best hotels, a brand new luxury buffet, a vintage Paris-inspired wine bar and an immersive dessert wonderland. These are just a few of things locals and visitors can expect in Sydney over the next few weeks, popping up as the weather (hopefully) warms up for spring. […]

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Five tips for anyone looking to start their own podcast

September 3, 2019

Making a podcast should be simple, and it is for the most part. The increasingly popular artform has outstripped many other forms of media thanks to its sturdy platform of self-expression and creativity. It helps that there are some truly creative people out there starting their own podcast series and putting it out to the […]

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Track of the Day: EarthGang “Up” (2019)

September 3, 2019

Finally, Dreamville heavyhitters EarthGang have put out the official studio version of new track “Up”. The track, appropriately OutKast-like in its eccentricity, has been floating around in their live sets for months now, but now it has been officially served to build up hype for debut album MirrorLand. Although there is no set release date […]

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Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood head up 2019 Booker Prize shortlist

September 3, 2019

Starting the process with more than 150 submissions, The Booker Prize has announced its 2019 shortlist, with six novels vying for one of the most coveted prizes in English literature. Open to writers of any nationality, the prize celebrates work published in the UK or Ireland, from the previous October to the coming end of […]

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