Day: 30 March 2021

Eddie Casper

Exclusive Video Premiere: Eddie Casper “These Things Take Time” (2020)

Multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer/songwriter, Melbourne-based Eddie Casper released his sophomore album Ohmage, a 78-minute opus late in 2020. Continuing his DIY approach, Casper is about to release the first video off the album, and we are thrilled today to have the premiere of the clip for “These Things Take Time”. The track was inspired by…

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Hamilton Review: Why you’ve got to be in the room where it happens (Sydney’s Lyric Theatre)

Staging an Australian production of a Tony Award-winning Broadway musical is always a daunting task, particularly when that show is one of the most acclaimed and successful musicals in Broadway history. The one benefit for local productions is knowing the audience likely have little first-hand experience with the version seen on The Great White Way….

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Sons of Zoku

Photo Gallery: TUNGUSKA 2021 – Psychedelic and Post-Rock Festival – The Gov, Adelaide (27.03.21)

Tunguska 2021 brought a new line-up of sound artists to create and share healing waves in the beautiful space that is Adelaide’s The Gov. Presenting a collection of psychedelic sounds to lull you into the abyss, post-rock for space to experience these great energetic waves of sound, shoegaze delivering ethereal and shocking elements, inducing experimental…

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The Emporium of imagination

Book Review: Tabitha Bird’s The Emporium of Imagination is a tale of magic, love, family and self-discovery

Tabitha Bird’s The Emporium of Imagination is a magical story set in Boonah, a small Australian town. One day a plot of land between shops is empty; and then the next day The Emporium of Imagination is there.  None of the townspeople see any tradespeople, and are left scratching their heads at how the store…

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Interview: Nobody producer Kelly McCormick on being a female voice in a testosterone-filled genre

Following its box office success in the US – the film topped the North American chart as one of the few films to maintain a cinema-only rollout – Nobody is planning its Australian unleashing on April 1st (no joke!).  In relation to the film’s release (you can read our review here), Peter Gray chatted with…

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