Day: 4 February 2022

Filming a zombie sequel in a pandemic: Wyrmwood: Apocalypse – behind the scenes with Luke McKenzie

Halfway through 2021, the AU review was invited to visit the set of Wyrmwood: Apocalypse which was being filmed under strict COVID-19 regulations in the outskirts of Sydney. It’s the long-awaited big-budget sequel to Australia’s “most pirated film” Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, a title the team are proud to boast about, which was released…

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Is it time Western Sydney music receives the respect it deserves?

With a population of approximately 6 million people, Sydney is the largest city of Australia. And just like every other city in the country, Sydney has many suburbs, cultures, sub-cultures, communities and milieus that make it culturally and artistically rich. The most important, and often overlooked, is Western Sydney. Always seen as the poorer and…

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The Terrys

New Music Discoveries 4th February: The Terrys, Haiku Hands, Calexico and more

We’re welcoming in the month of February by adding ten new tracks to our Discovery Playlist, including one exclusive premiere. This week our Track of the Week belongs to Gerringong surf-rockers The Terrys with their new single “IDK”. “IDK” is classic Terrys. It’s fun, it’s punchy and it’s the perfect end to the week. Of…

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Unwrapping PlayStation’s State of Play Gran Turismo 7 showcase

With just over a month to go until the release of Gran Turismo 7, PlayStation’s first State of Play stream for the year decided to spend an entire 30 minutes devoted to the racing sim. With an admittedly impressive amount of things to unpack in such a short amount of time, one thing is clear;…

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SXSW Festival 2022 Line-up Highlights: The Movies We Are Excited About

The South By Southwest Festival has announced its 2022 Film Festival slate for its 29th edition, with this year’s acclaimed program being a largely in-person event, with select titles being offered online.  Running from March 11th to the 20th, the 2022 program will include 99 features, including 76 World Premieres, 4 International Premieres, 4 North…

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