Day: 4 November 2019

Photo Gallery: Supanova Comic Con & Gaming Expo – Adelaide Showgrounds (03.11.19)

November 4, 2019

Another awesome weekend of pop culture, comic, gaming and cosplay rolled through Adelaide on the weekend at the 2019 Supanova Comic Con & Gaming Expo, with Supa-Star guests like John Travolta, Deborah Ann Woll, Jason Isaacs and Mark Sheppard. Take a look at some of the fun! Shot by Kerrie Geier.

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Live Review: The Teskey Brothers + Harmony Byrne – Metro Theatre, Sydney (03.11.19)

November 4, 2019

There’s a strange level of community in country and blues music. It’s not the genre of music I’d listen to the most. But, every time I head along to a gig by a band playing this type of music, I’m bound to walk away after ninety minutes with a big dumb smile on my face […]

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Film Review: Arctic Justice is an adequate family movie with some take home messaging

November 4, 2019

It’s the wrong time of year for us to be having an animated kids movie set in the arctic coming to our screens. However there is slim pickings for families in the lead up to Christmas, so for those wanting to keep their little ones entertained comes Arctic Justice. The film has been marketed overseas […]

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Book Review: Meg Mundell’s The Trespassers shows a dystopian future with links to Australia’s past and present

November 4, 2019

You might be forgiven for thinking that there are echoes of the past in Meg Mundell’s newest novel, The Trespassers, as a boatload of British folk board a boat bound for Australia to escape overcrowing, unemployment and disease at home. Instead, it’s the not-too-distant future. Among the passengers are our three protagonists: Cleary, nine years old and […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Caiti Baker “Gasoline” (2019)

November 4, 2019

Northern Territorian Caiti Baker is about to release her new EP, Dust (Part I), but before that drops we have the Exclusive Single Premiere, and accompanying video of her new single, “Gasoline”. This song neatly dovetails into the first single off the EP, “Gone”, which dealt with captivity and surrender, of healing and forgiving. This new […]

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Track of the Day: Frank Ocean “In My Room” (2019)

November 4, 2019

Frank Ocean seems to be feeling quite generous. The usually elusive artist only gifted the world the potent, Texas-sounding single in “DHL” a few weeks ago, now he has given us another exciting cut. “In My Room” has Ocean cruising over a highly ornate, melodic production and flipping through a number of flows, tackling violence, […]

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Track of the Day: Bellevue Days “S.A.D.” (2019)

November 4, 2019

Croyden (UK)-based pop/alt-rock 4-piece Bellevue Days have just released a new track “S.A.D.” from their upcoming debut album, It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever, which will be released on 22nd November, 2019. The band have released two earlier EP’s – 2016’s Sad Boy and 2017’s Rosehill.  Lead singer Alan Smith says of the track: “I wrote […]

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Sennheiser GSP-370 Review: Big improvements at a price

November 4, 2019

The last time I got to play with Sennheiser’s GSP range of gaming headphones, I came away rather unimpressed. Happily, I’ve found their revised design to be a great deal more agreeable. The GSP-370 range sits at the more affordable end of the scale for Sennheiser, coming in at about $350 AUD. As gaming headsets […]

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Epson launches a unique big-screen TV alternative, the EH-LS500 projector

November 4, 2019

Shown for the first time in Australia at Epson’s Productivity and Efficiency launch event, the new EH-LS500 projector which will hit shelves in early 2020 is an ultra-short-throw projector is certain to be a big-screen TV alternative. Designed to sit neatly below the display area, the projector is able to display 4K content thanks to […]

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Pacific Hotel Brisbane Review: A comfortable stay in Spring Hill, with an Asian influenced kitchen worth the trip

November 4, 2019

In Spring Hill, Brisbane, you might have driven past a white building with a fairly unique, cascading design. If you spotted it, you probably thought it was an ordinary office building. I can’t imagine how many times I’ve driven past it without noticing it. But office building it it not. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s been sitting […]

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