Day: 15 June 2022

Georgie Neilsen

Exclusive Single Premiere: Georgie Neilsen “The Last Time I Felt Better” (2022)

Brisbane-based singer-songwriter Georgie Neilsen returns this week with her rousing  swaggering new single “The Last Time I Felt Better”. We’re excited to bring you this exclusive first taste of the single before its official release on Friday.  “The Last Time I Felt Better” is a rousing and rich slice of indie pop. It all starts…

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Film Review: Lightyear is a humorous, action-driven adventure that’s low on stakes, but high on entertainment

When Lightyear was first announced it understandably caused confusion as to how it aligned itself with the Toy Story films its character originated from.  Was it a spin-off, something that existed separately from the franchise? Or, did it perhaps focus on a real-life astronaut, suggesting that the Toy Story universe was set in a period…

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Interview: Dallas Green talks new Alexisonfire album, old ideas and true friendship

Alexisonfire remain one of Canada’s and the post-hardcore scene’s most influential bands. The charismatic quintet has returned with their fifth studio album Otherness – the band’s first full-length in 13 years – to be released 24 June via Dine Alone Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia. We caught up with vocalist and guitarist Dallas Green to chat about…

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God Save the Queens; what it lacks in biting humour, it makes up for in beating heart: Tribeca Film Festival Review

The cultural phenomenon that is RuPaul’s Drag Race has made way for otherwise niche performers to breakthrough in a mainstream fashion.  Whilst it’s still more likely that queer audiences will recognise their presence in a stronger manner, it must be said that the program knows how to unearth the type of talent that deserves to…

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First Ride: Epcot’s new Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster may just be Disney’s best indoor thrill ride ever

While other theme parks have long focused on making their roller coasters bigger, better and faster, Disney has generally tried to answer the question: what can we do that no one else has tried before? Of course, not ever new addition to the park has ticked this box, but of late, that trend has picked…

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The Wrecks

Alt rockers The Wrecks guide us through sophomore album Sonder

Last week saw Los Angeles alt rockers The Wrecks release their sophomore album Sonder. A couple of years in the making, the album builds upon the solid foundation of their debut album Infinitely Ordinary, released in 2020 and their earlier EPs.  On Sonder the band have teamed up with producers Westen Weiss (Camila Cabello, Post…

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