Day: 21 September 2022

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

September 21, 2022

For over 20 years, Milk Crate Theatre have engaged with disadvantaged people, devising works which challenge norms of performance. Developed over the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns, DUST was conceived over a number of zoom sessions before being fleshed-out in the person earlier this year. Drawing on themes of isolation and enforced reflection, the story centres […]

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The Driver Era

Interview: The Driver Era’s Rocky & Ross Lynch on foot massages, tattoos, their Aussie tour and Summer Mixtape

September 21, 2022

The Driver Era are your latest sun-drenched Los Angelean obsession, un-polishing the pop shine with their own candid sound despite their glossy history. Rocky and Ross Lynch could easily be thought as pop machine products; Ross coming from his well-documented Disney training ground and Rocky joining him alongside their other siblings in their past project […]

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The Tullamarines

Exclusive Video Premiere: The Tullamarines “Television” (2022)

September 21, 2022

We’ve got just the song to get you through hump day, with the new tune from Adelaide bopsters The Tullamarines. The world can appear to be a bleak place, with the boomer generation screwing it for those coming later. “Television” reflects upon this, but with a buoyant and jolly feel to it. We’re pumped to […]

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HAIM, Joji and Phoebe Bridgers headline bumper 2023 Laneway Festival lineup

September 21, 2022

After 18 years on the scene you could expect some festivals to pander to an older market, but not Laneway. For the festival’s 18th birthday they’ve brought out some of the world’s biggest acts to celebrate alongside you. At the top of that list sits the behemoth sibling rock band HAIM who just last year […]

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A Lesson in Vengeance

Book Review: Victoria Lee’s A Lesson in Vengeance is a slow-burning, Sapphic dark academia story

September 21, 2022

In Victoria Lee’s A Lesson in Vengeance, eighteen-year-old Felicity Morrow has returned to Godwin House; the oldest and most haunted of the student houses at Dalloway school, a girl’s academy set high in the Catskill mountains in the U.S. She has returned after a year away, a year in which she was recovering from the […]

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Robbie Williams to tour Australia and New Zealand in 2023: Get the dates & pre-sale info

September 21, 2022

Celebrating 25 years of hits, Robbie Williams is set to return to Australia and New Zealand in November 2023. The tour will include three A Day On The Green dates in Australia, plus a date at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium, and Melbourne’s AAMI Park. The run will kick off with a special show in New Zealand […]

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