Day: 27 February 2020

Five Favourites: Singapore Chef Wayne Liew’s must-eat spots

February 27, 2020

Eating your way through Singapore is a rite of passage for any worldly traveller. From hawker centres to highly regarded fine-dining, this kinetic hub of all things food, shopping and art is boundless. The internet can never have enough Singapore food articles, given the plethora of what’s out there, what’s been immortalised, and what’s constantly […]

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Exclusive Album Premiere: MOBS: Cinema Paradiso (2020)

February 27, 2020

We have the Exclusive Album Premiere today from Melbourne indie-pop band MOBS. It’s synth-pop nirvana, with each track on this concept album, Cinema Paradiso, being inspired by a classic 80’s film. Every song is written from the perspective of the lead character in the film. They have released a few of the tracks off the […]

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Don West

Track of the Day: Don West “Equaliser” (2020)

February 27, 2020

Our track of the day is “Equaliser” and comes from Sydney artist Don West. The song has a classic bluesy feel to it. West’s raw and rich vocals carry an emotional truth to this track. Hayley Mary from The Jezebels provides some soaring vocals over the top.  The song was apparently inspired by a bank-robbery scene […]

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8 Ben Folds classics we want to hear on The Symphonic Tour

February 27, 2020

Throughout the many incarnations of his career, Ben Folds has continuously proven to be a class musician. From his Ben Folds Five era, to his solo records and collaborative releases furthermore, the North Carolina native is a songwriter and artist that his peers have for time after time wanted to always work with. Not afraid […]

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Here’s everything you should do for your first time in Bangkok

February 27, 2020

Bangkok is exciting. Sure, you’ve heard that one before, but it should be repeated at all times. It’s one of travel’s most reliable facts. Bangkok is this irrepressible beast of a city, as diverse as it is chaotic. You’ll never run of things to see and do here, which makes planning a trip a bit […]

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Summer in San Diego: 7 things to do in 2020 in the Southern Californian city

February 27, 2020

With San Diego turning 250 last year, the city and its surrounds have been shaping up a massive year of openings, new attractions and familiar favourites that ensure the coastal Southern Californian destination remains at the top of everyone’s vacation lists, as we head into Summer 2020. Here’s a guide to what you need to […]

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Film Review: The lavish costuming of Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears can’t compensate for its distinct lack of energy

February 27, 2020

Having never read any of Kerry Greenwood‘s historical Miss Fisher mystery novels, nor seen the television program that was birthed from them, I can only judge Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears as someone entering blindly.  And whilst I’m unfamiliar with the show, I’m aware of its structure, and I would assume that a […]

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Konami Code

Creator of the Konami Code dead at 79

February 27, 2020

Kazuhisa Hashimoto, legendary Konami programmer and creator of the famous Konami Code, has died at the age of 79. Hashimoto’s death was announced composer Yuji Takenouchi on Twitter. Takenouchi’s tweet states that Hashimoto died on February 25 and that he hopes his friend will “keep making games in heaven.” Hashimoto was a staple at Konami […]

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Theatre Review: Billy Elliot The Musical taps its way into Melbourne

February 27, 2020

Billy Elliot was a hard-hitting film that intertwined the beauty of dance with sentiments of toxic masculinity, as well as giving us an intense glimpse into the class struggles working-class England faced in the early 1980s. Not your obvious choice of musical magic; however, Elton John was so moved after seeing the film at Cannes […]

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RÜFÜS DU SOL announce special concert film to support bushfire relief

February 27, 2020

Sydney-born, globally celebrated electronic wizards RÜFÜS DU SOL have announced two exclusive Australian screenings of a special live performance from California’s iconic Joshua Tree National Park. Shot last September, the electronic trio have distilled their live performance into a 45-minute production, and it will premiere across two nights with one each in Sydney and Melbourne. […]

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