Day: 4 November 2020

Track of the Day: NOT A BOYS NAME ft. Bec Sandridge “F*ck It Up” (2020)

November 4, 2020

The indie-pop enigma that is NOT A BOYS NAME has just dropped an absolute banger, “Fuck It Up”, featuring the totally awesome Bec Sandridge on vocals. Joining them on this track is Dan Williams (Art Vs Science) and Rosie Fitzgerald (I Know Leopard) on backing vocals. “Fuck It Up” is about a friendship which has […]

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Rosé Rising is back at Barangaroo House this month

November 4, 2020

“Rose Rising” returns with its annual celebration at Barangaroo House this month. Marking its third year in a row, expect to see all things pink, rosé inspired food and drinks and multi-sensory art installations by Sydney artists Sam Whiteside and design studio BABEKÜHL. Situated on all three levels of Barangaroo House including BEA and Smoke, […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: The Violet Stones “Power Hungry” (2020)

November 4, 2020

Sydney-based alt-grunge band, The Violet Stones, are about to drop their latest single, “Power Hungry”, ahead of their sophomore album, PIN. We are excited today to have the premiere of “Power Hungry” with it’s accompanying video. The video and song touch on the issue of gun laws in the U.S.A., and how this can give […]

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Film Review: Justin Krook’s Machine gives us a taste of life with A.I.

November 4, 2020

It won’t happen overnight; but, it will happen. That’s certainly the message we should take away from the documentary, Machine. The film is a fascinating dive into the technological revolution that our world will experience, in time, as artificial intelligence (AI) augments all aspects of our lives. The film comes to us from the creators […]

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Reprehensible

Book Review: Reprehensible by Mikey Robins is a hilarious look at historical bad behaviours

November 4, 2020

Reprehensible, from comedian and broadcaster Mikey Robins, is an informative and rollicking guide through the shameful behaviour of humanity’s most celebrated figures.  As Robin notes, “We are under bombardment from all of our screens, all of the time, reminding us with just one click what a dreadful time we are living through. But, here is […]

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Film Review: The Father is as breathtaking as it is devastating

November 4, 2020

When an esteemed actor’s five-decade-long career includes one Academy Award from five nominations, three BAFTA Awards from eight nominations, and two Emmys from five nominations, you hardly expect to see them deliver their finest performance in the twilight of their career. But Anthony Hopkins‘ astonishing performance in The Father may just be the greatest he’s […]

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