Day: 5 November 2020

NBA 2K21 Introduces ‘The W’ for the Next Generation

November 5, 2020

NBA 2K21’s next generation counterpart will be introducing ‘The W’, a new portion of the game dedicated to the WNBA. Narrated by WNBA legend Candace Parker, the trailer revealed a new fully fledged career mode, which allows players to take their own custom created character through the ranks of the WNBA. It’s worth noting that […]

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Photo Gallery: Elana Stone Band + Inêz – Marys Underground, Sydney (04.11.20)

November 5, 2020

The Sydney International Women’s Jazz Festival presented the Elana Stone Band at Marys Underground in Sydney last night. It was the first time in nearly a decade that the band played together, and a very-pregnant Elana Stone rolled out some favourites from the back catalogue. Many of the songs were off her sophomore album, Your […]

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Tanya Ransom “Cyclone” (2020)

November 5, 2020

“Cyclone” is the latest single from Western Australian singer-songwriter Tanya Ransom, and we are thrilled to have the first listen of this track, and accompanying video, ahead of its release tomorrow. Ransom is a vivid storyteller, weaving together her narratives as skillfully as her blend of folk, blues and alt-country. In a time when there […]

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Dust

Guest Playlist: Perth’s Dulcie share the tracks that inspired their latest single “Dust”

November 5, 2020

Late last month Perth indie girl band Dulcie released their latest single “Dust”. We enjoyed the song – a three minute burst of sunshine and positivity to help get you up and going – so much we made it our Track of the Day.  The song which is full of charm, personality and displays a […]

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Interview: Aloe Blacc on All Love Everything, meeting his wife, and working with Avicii.

November 5, 2020

Aloe Blacc was thirty one when “I Need A Dollar” became an international phenomenon. Since then, the genre-less singer has presented good-time track after good-time track with raging success (take “Wake Me Up” with Avicii, or “Brooklyn In The Summer” as examples). He even dropped a whole Christmas album – a testament to Aloe’s pursuit of […]

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Egoism

Album of the Week: Egoism deliver a gold mine of classic tunes in On Our Minds (2020 EP)

November 5, 2020

Egoism, the classy two piece from Sydney’s Inner West, return in 2020 with their killer second EP; the floating and completely lovely On Our Minds. Having taken the time to deliver their follow up to 2017’s It’s Wearing Off, On Our Minds is a massive step forward for the duo who’ve seemingly found not only […]

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A Wind from the Rift

Book Review: Bonnie Wynne ups the ante in The Price of Magic sequel, A Wind From the Rift

November 5, 2020

Gwyn just wants to go home. After months of imprisonment, first in the Clockwork City’s Bird Tower prison, then its horrific Charnel Vaults, her control over her magic is weakening, and the sooner she’s safe amongst friends, the better. But the Mancers of the Syndicate have come to a decision. Too dangerous to be freed, […]

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Pesos

Track of the Day: The Terry’s “Pesos” (2020)

November 5, 2020

South Coast rockers The Terrys, named for their landlord, are back with their latest single, “Pesos”. The band, who have developed something of a cult following across Wollongong and Sydney, only released their debut single four months ago. Brought together in less than 24 hours, “Pesos” is a real delight, with the five piece hitting […]

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Interview: Sheldon Riley on coming out, self-love and his debut single “More Than I”

November 5, 2020

You might recognise Sheldon Riley from your TV screens, having competed in The Voice Australia Seasons 7 and 8, and recently came back from wowing international audiences on America’s Got Talent Season 15. With an impressive fanbase garnered through his television appearances, the demand is high for Sheldon’s original work to be released into the world. Luckily for […]

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