Day: 29 September 2021

DMC

Track of the Week: DMC “Memories” (2021)

September 29, 2021

DMC is the moniker for Canberra-based singer/songwriter Duncan McMaster. Today he has released the incredibly catchy “Memories” and it is our Track of the Week. If you want a song with an upbeat jangly chorus, then this is one for you. I’m pretty sure that fans of The Vaccines, Portugal the Man and Foster The […]

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Love Your Bookshop Day returns on October 9th

September 29, 2021

Love Your Bookshop Day (LYBD) is back again! Taking place on October 9th, this year’s major events will be entirely virtual, so that everyone – locked down or not – can join in the celebration. Long before we were confined to our couches, the local bookstore was the place to go for all your literary […]

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Kaypo

Exclusive Single Premiere: Kaypo “Children of the Sun” (2021)

September 29, 2021

Brisbane’s singer/songwriter Kaypo continues to impress with his well-crafted emotive folk/pop. Today we are thrilled to be premiering his latest tune, the beautiful “Children of the Sun”. Kaypo is the solo project for Liam Higgins, and as with two previous releases, “You Don’t Care” and “Miss You”, he has collaborated with Canadian producer Ryan Stewart. […]

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Film Review: V/H/S 94 gives the franchise a much-needed grisly reboot, with all the right snuff

September 29, 2021

The V/H/S franchise has returned. The franchise revolves around the subgenre of found-footage and is led by the renowned horror genre website Bloody Disgusting. So far, we have had three anthologies headed by numerous acclaimed directors including Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto, Ti West, David Bruckner, Adam Wingard and many more. The critical reception of the […]

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Places to be Visited During Gap Year

September 29, 2021

A gap year is a chance to finally have some rest from the endless study courses. The students who have an opportunity to take a well-earned break are the lucky ones. They can restore their energy before having to grab the helm and choose a course that will lead them to a long-lasting journey at […]

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Book Review: Dark family history collides with gothic fantasy in A.G. Slatter’s All The Murmuring Bones

September 29, 2021

Long ago, the O’Malleys prospered, striking a deal with the mer to secure their ships as they made their fortune. But the O’Malleys have failed to live up to their end of the bargain, and Mirin’s grandmother, Aoife, must find a new way to save the family. Sacrificing a child of each generation to the […]

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Film Review: Nitram is a chilling, infuriating, yet respectful drama detailing one of Australia’s most horrific events

September 29, 2021

The Port Arthur Massacre of 1996 was horrific.  Perpetrated by a violently disturbed young man who shot and killed 35 people at a Tasmanian tourist site, with a legally purchased semi-automatic rifle, it, to this day, remains Australia’s worst massacre committed by a single person in the country’s history, as well as serving as the […]

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