Day: 25 March 2022

New Music Discoveries 25th March: There’s a Tuesday, Estella Dawn, Andrew Gurruwiwi Band and more

March 25, 2022

Christchurch’s There’s a Tuesday have dropped the beautiful “Baby Blue”. The warm harmonies from Natalie Hutton and Minnie Robberds deliver another ripping song from the quartet, and it’s our Track of the Week. Of the song, the band says “‘Baby Blue’ is a song that explores a relationship and the anxieties within it. We find these […]

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Harry Wild

TV Review: Harry Wild is a cosy murder mystery elevated by a relatable and amusing main character

March 25, 2022

The British have always excelled at the cosy murder mystery – the sort you watch routinely on a weeknight with a cup of tea – but this time its Ireland that’s produced a stellar addition to the genre. Giving off strong Rosemary & Thyme vibes, the Acorn TV original Harry Wild stars Jane Seymour as […]

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Camp Cope

Album of the Week: Camp Cope – Running with the Hurricane (2022 LP)

March 25, 2022

Camp Cope recently covered Sam Fender’s track “Seventeen Going Under”. There’s a line in the song that’s gone TikTok viral, but also equally represents the progression of Camp Cope pretty well. ‘That’s the thing with anger/ it begs to stick around’. It’s poignant and pertinent but easily highlights the longevity and mentality of the Melbourne […]

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Film Review: The Duke is a crowd-pleasing affair stirred by the incomparable Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren

March 25, 2022

Blending his knack of humour, tenderness, and dramatic stakes that speaks to his strength as a storyteller, there’s a bittersweetness to Roger Mitchell‘s The Duke.  Sadly passing away prior to the film’s release, his swan song couldn’t seem more perfect as it encapsulates his talents in all the best ways possible. And The Duke just […]

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The Leviathan

Book Review: Encounter an ancient evil in Rosie Andrews’ The Leviathan

March 25, 2022

As civil war tears 17th century England apart, Thomas Treadwater returns home, summoned by his young sister. Esther, concerned by the growing closeness between their father and a new servant, has spun quite the tale. And Thomas, though glad of a reason to escape the battlefield, thinks little of it. But when he arrives to […]

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