Day: 7 October 2022

Comedians Lano & Woodley announce 2023 Moby Dick tour dates

When is an iconic story about a whale, not a story about a whale? When it’s a brilliantly funny Lano and Woodley show of course. The comedy duo, who have had a love-hate relationship over many years, are back with a completely improvised and hilarious take on the Moby Dick story. New stops on the…

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The 1975

The 1975 announce Australia and New Zealand 2023 tour dates

Manchester’s The 1975 have announced that they will be touring Australia and New Zealand in 2023. They were worthy headliners at Laneway 2020 and no doubt tickets will be in hot demand.  It was teeming down with rain in Sydney, so we are looking forward to catching them indoors this time. The band will play…

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Bec Sandridge

Bec Sandridge shares the top seven moments of her career (so far!)

AU favourite Bec Sandridge has today released her Lost Dog EP. It’s five tracks of lush indie-pop and is as accomplished in her guitar-pop as with the electronic forays that feature as well. The EP features her latest single, “Easy To Go Bad”, a personal, intimate and brooding track, of which Bec writes: “This one’s…

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New Music Discoveries 7th October: Declan Welsh and The Decadent West, Sammi Constantine and more

We’re kicking off October by adding ten more tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Our first Track of the Week for the month is “Mercy” the new single from Glasgow rockers Declan Welsh & The Decadent West. “Mercy”, released earlier this week, is the first single from the band’s forthcoming second…

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Oppo Reno 8 Pro Review: A solid mid-range alternative

Oppo’s Reno phones have always proven competitive within the mid-range smartphone market. Compared to the likes of the Samsung A Series and even iPhone SE models, the Reno range has always seemed to pack in a multitude of progressive features and solid value that many enjoy as their daily drivers. Enter the Reno Pro 8….

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Six episodes in, is The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power worth watching?

If you have been glued to Amazon’s new show The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power each week, you wouldn’t be alone. The first five episodes have firmly established the Second Age setting, filled with a lot of back story and establishment of Numenor, Southlands, Khazan-dum and Lindon. It feels all of this…

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