Day: 19 August 2021

Dark As Last Night

Book Review: Tony Birch explores pivotal decisions in everyday moments in Dark As Last Night

August 19, 2021

Tony Birch once again proves he is the master of short fiction in Dark As Last Night, a collection of sixteen slice of life short stories that range in time, tone and focus. In his trademark style, which brings the world to life with vivid but simple descriptions, Birch explores the various chances we’re given […]

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Holy Holy

Album of the Week: Hello My Beautiful World is Holy Holy’s best album yet

August 19, 2021

Holy Holy are whole. After years of plying their trade on anthemic stadium-ready rock tinged with hints of 80’s glam guitar and synth, the Australian act now feel complete; like they’ve managed to pull it all together once and for all. Here on Hello My Beautiful World, the anthemic beauty of the band continues to […]

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Meet the Republic of Georgia – The Wine Country With Rich Culture and Delicious Food

August 19, 2021

I know you’re itching to get back to travelling the world. To help you get into the mood, let me introduce you to the Republic of Georgia – the country where I’ve been fortunate to spend the pandemic period. Often confused with the unrelated U.S. State, this former-soviet country is nestled within the mountainous Caucasian […]

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Film Review: Reminiscence showcases the bold and original creativity of filmmaker Lisa Joy

August 19, 2021

Adopting a futuristic setting and applying a noir mentality to its narrative, Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy shows bold, original footing in her debut as a feature filmmaker.  She may not always stick the landing, but it’s hard to deny her talent and evident vision with Reminiscence, a mystery thriller at its base that incorporates romance […]

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Pasiflorez

Exclusive Single Premiere: Pasiflorez “Dream Girl?” (2021)

August 19, 2021

Lovers of psychedelic surf rock are going to love Pasiflorez. We are stoked today to be premiering their latest tune, “Dream Girl?”, ahead of its release on Friday, 20th August 2021. Psych rock is one genre that, when done well, always gives me the impression that the band is totally vibing on what they are […]

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Jacob's Wife

Film Review: Jakob’s Wife is a fun splatter horror comedy about a disintegrating marriage that could use some vamping up

August 19, 2021

Jakob’s Wife tells the story of small-town couple Jakob and Anne Fedder (horror veterans Larry Fessenden and Barbara Crampton); a local minister and his dutiful wife who have been married close to 30 years. Anne feels that after all the tasks of being a housewife – including the cleaning, cooking, gardening, housekeeping and more cleaning […]

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Guest Playlist: Getting to know Sydney’s Southey

August 19, 2021

Sydney’s singer/songwriter Southey has launched himself onto the scene with his debut single, “Run River”. This is a track that would have you believe he had a couple of albums under his belt. With beautifully delicate guitars and layered vocals, Southey has nailed his debut with aplomb. “Run River” has a beautiful richness to it. […]

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Macros

MACROS meal delivery: the healthier choice

August 19, 2021

After a long day at work, it’s easy to lean towards UberEats and takeaway overcooking and clean-up. While that may be fine as a treat, making it a daily ritual quickly affects us all not only monetarily, but also with regards to our health. That’s where MACROS comes in. Their ready-made meals make it easy to […]

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