Day: 26 April 2022

Review: Groovin’ the Moo transforms Canberra into a festival-goers’ dream

April 26, 2022

We love long weekends – particularly when they give us an opportunity to dance, eat well and sing along to Lime Cordiale’s ‘Inappropriate Behaviour’. Groovin’ the Moo (GTM) did just that in Canberra! This year, Groovin’ the Moo was held at the EPIC Showgrounds, a place we usually find graced by farmer’s markets, exhibitions and […]

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Hollie Col

Interview: Hollie Col on Julia Stevens, creating the videos and her favourite podcast

April 26, 2022

Hollie Col has been teasing out singles and videos from her fabulous EP, Julia Stevens, for a number of months now, and the wait is finally over, for the release of the EP, and the conclusion to the passion-filled story about the fictional character. The EP was produced and co-written by Hollie and Dylan Nash […]

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Just A Gent

Just A Gent reveals the influences behind Planet Oasis

April 26, 2022

Producer and musician Just A Gent has just released his latest album, Planet Oasis. It’s hard to believe that it’s four years since his landmark record, Stories To Tell was released. That album has racked up over 20 million streams, and on Spotify, his overall streaming numbers have hit 200 million. Yes, impressive indeed, and […]

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Maia Oakley

Exclusive Single Premiere: Maia Toakley “Paralysed” (2022)

April 26, 2022

Lovers of folk-rock will absolutely crush on “Paralysed” from Sydney singer-songwriter Maia Toakley. This is a song that oozes honesty, the raw and heartfelt lyrics striking a chord. We are thrilled today to be premiering it ahead of its release tomorrow. Maia explores the paralysing nature of self-doubt. Her vocals draw you into her world, […]

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Book Review: A rough coming of age is made bearable with tall tales in Diane Connell’s The Improbable Life of Ricky Bird

April 26, 2022

Diane Connell’s The Improbable Life of Ricky Bird is about twelve-year-old Ricky Bird, whose life is slowly but surely falling apart during the summer that she becomes a teenager. Her parents have separated and her mother is moving Ricky and her six-year-old brother Ollie from Brixton to Camden to be closer to their mum’s boyfriend, […]

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Netflix announce release date for Chris Hemsworth’s Spiderhead

April 26, 2022

Netflix have released the first official still and release date for their forthcoming Chris Hemsworth thriller Spiderhead. Based on “Escape from Spiderhead” by George Saunders, a short story from The New Yorker, the Joseph Kosinski (Top Gun: Maverick) directed film follows a brilliant visionary (Hemsworth’s Steve Abnesti) who runs a state-of-the-art penitentiary who experiments on […]

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