Day: 2 March 2022

SXSW announce Keynotes and Featured Speakers for their 2022 line-up; including Grammy winners Lizzo and Beck

March 2, 2022

With only just over a week away until SXSW 2022 (March 11th-20th), the festival has revealed Keynotes and Featured Speakers made up of prominent industry leaders and creative visionaries from the world’s of tech, film, music, and beyond. The Keynotes announced include three-time Grammy Award-winning artist Lizzo; 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee […]

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Adelaide Fringe Review: Kira Yang is Not Your Average Asian Girl

March 2, 2022

It’s not a particularly good start when the venue doors open late, and the show starts before everyone enters. Then again, it’s probably a reflection of the popularity of Kira Yang filling the Nexus Cabaret room. Kira, front and centre, is the subject of Not Your Average Asian Girl, following her transformation from being quiet […]

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Garrett Kato

Exclusive Video Premiere: Garrett Kato “Drugstore Houses” (2022)

March 2, 2022

Singer, songwriter, producer Garrett Kato has returned with one of his strongest tracks yet, the poignant “Drugstore Houses”. A musician with over 92 million streams to his name, Garrett is well accomplished in his craft. We are thrilled today to be premiering the video for this heartfelt song. The track was co-written with Australian singer/songwriter […]

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The Gilded Years

Book Review: Karin Tanabe’s The Gilded Years explores the life of the first African American woman to graduate from Vassar

March 2, 2022

Fresh off the news that the novel is to be adapted into a film by Reese Witherspoon and Zendaya, Simon and Schuster have re-released Karin Tanabe‘s historical novel The Gilded Years in February 2022. The Gilded Years is a fictionalisation of the true story of Anita Hemmings, the first African American woman to graduate from […]

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