Day: 11 February 2022

Interview: Director Kiah Roache-Turner and Wyrmwood Apocalypse star Luke McKenzie on the making of their zombie sequel

The idea of making a movie about a viral outbreak during a pandemic is a form of irony that was not lost on director Kiah Roache-Turner or star Luke McKenzie when filming Wyrmwood Apocalypse, but as on the nose it may have been, it was perfectly in tune with the embracement they felt when leaning…

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The Existence Of My Bane: Gesticulations take us through their new album, track by track

The Existence Of My Bane is the third album in less than a year from Gesticulations. It follows on from Sense of Purgency and Threadbare which were released in 2021. Gesticulations is fronted by Graham Ashton (The Shambolics and Way Cool Jnr) and he seems to have a never-ending pool of ideas. He has again teamed up with collaborator…

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Film Review: I Want You Back is a simplistic, yet enjoyable rom-com bolstered by Charlie Day and Jenny Slate

With the recent release of Marry Me reminding us that not all romantic comedies have to be relegated to the throw-away click-throughs of a streaming platform (I’m looking at you Netflix), I Want You Back decides to brazenly prove that a quality entrant to the genre can be released to a service – in this…

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Fletcher Gull

Fletcher Gull takes us on an illustrated deep dive into Ancient History Shares A Knowing Smile

Last week Melbourne indie singer/songwriter Fletcher Gull released his sophomore EP, Ancient History Shares A Knowing Smile. The phrase was apparently on a t-shirt and brought a wry smile to the creative artist. We have been watching his progress keenly and was crushing on one of the tracks from the EP when it was released late…

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New Music Discoveries 11th Feb: Jack Carty, Sharon Van Etten and more

This week brings with it another ten additions to our Discovery playlist; including two exclusive premieres. Brisbane-based singer-songwriter Jack Carty‘s new single “Dragnet”, which sees him collaborate with Georgia Mooney, takes out the Track of the Week slot. About “Dragnet”, Jack says it’s “an anti-love song inspired by past infatuations that, on reflection, were superficial flights of…

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Interview: Nervous Light talk debut EP, a secret video and being ‘elder emos’

Brisbane experimental post-hardcore trio Nervous Light are ready to take on 2022 with their hearts on their sleeves and eyes on the prize. The emo punk lads released their awaited debut EP, Bury What’s Left of My Heart in Your Backyard, independently on 4 February. If the title alone wasn’t enough to pull you in,…

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