Day: 29 April 2022

Film Review: After Yang is a poignant science-fiction drama detailing the human condition

April 29, 2022

After his more theatrical (and unrecognizable) turn earlier in the year in The Batman, Colin Farrell brings a more natural, introspective quality to After Yang, Kogonada‘s poignant science-fiction drama that evokes memories of Her, Ex-Machina, and Blade Runner 2049 throughout. An adaptation of Alexander Weinstein‘s 2016 short story “Saying Goodbye to Yang”, Kogonada’s film throws you […]

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Gabi Bolt performs on stage at the State Theatre Sydney.

Review: Sydney learns to laugh again as the Sydney Comedy Festival kicks of at The State Theatre

April 29, 2022

The Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at The State Theatre was a sneak peek of some of the acts which will form the line-up of this year’s festival. With talent from around the world, each act was given 5 minutes to impress the crowd enough to get you to buy tickets to their show and provide […]

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Charlie Collins

Interview: Charlie Collins finds catharsis in her riveting new album Undone

April 29, 2022

Sydney’s Charlie Collins has today released her much-anticipated sophomore album, Undone. The album is a deeply personal one, traversing the mixed emotions from the end of a long-term relationship. Charlie is fearless in her expression as she tackles this head-on. Charlie has collaborated with some outstanding musicians and producers on the album. Those included Chris […]

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Teenage Joans

New Music Discoveries 29th April: Teenage Joans, Memory Motel, KIAN and more

April 29, 2022

We have added another ten tracks to our Apple Music and Spotify Discovery playlist this week; including two tracks we exclusively premiered in the last seven days. Our Track of the Week is “Terrible”, the new single from Teenage Joans, who are back with their first track since their Taste of Me EP of 2021. […]

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Interview: The cast and crew of Downton Abbey: A New Era on their exciting return home

April 29, 2022

The Lords and Ladies of Downton have returned. Ushering in a new year and a new era on screen, Julian Fellowes‘ acclaimed drama series has graduated from six television series, to now two acclaimed filmic continuations. To coincide with the anticipated release of Downton Abbey: A New Era (you can read our review here), which […]

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