Day: 4 November 2022

Interview: Jennifer Blanc-Biehn on career highlights, global foreshadowing and what she’s surprisingly recognised from

Though she was born in New York, was on the Broadway stage by age 13, and working in Hollywood only years later, securing roles opposite such talent as Matthew Fox (1994’s Party of Five), Jared Leto (Cool and the Crazy in 1994) Shannen Doherty (1997’s Friends ‘Til The End), and Jessica Alba (in James Cameron’s…

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Grace Sanders

Track by Track: Grace Sanders takes us through her captivating EP, Nothing Is Personal

Perth’s electronic/pop artist Grace Sanders has today released her second EP, the captivating and intimate Nothing Is Personal. The material on the record was inspired by the trauma associated with the breakup of a long-term relationship. It’s an intimate record, with all the feels that you would expect from these events, but it doesn’t dwell…

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New Music Discoveries 4th November: Girl Scout, Yorke, Darcy Lane, and more

For our first New Music Discoveries of November we have added nine new tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music; including three exclusive premieres. Our Track of the Week for this week is “All The Time And Everywhere”, the new single from Stockholm garage-pop newcomers Girl Scout.  “All The Time And Everywhere”…

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Interview: Delikado documentary filmmaker Karl Malakunus on battling climate change and defending the Philippines’ last ecological frontier

Director Karl Malakunus is a filmmaker and journalist who has been based in Asia, covering environmental issues, conflict, natural disasters and political upheavals, for two decades. Karl is the Asia-Pacific Deputy-Editor-In-Chief for Agence France-Presse based in Hong Kong.  He is a Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program Fellow and a recipient of the SFFILM Vulcan Productions…

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The Stranger

Book Review: The Stranger introduces a new voice in the emerging Feminist Western genre

Question: What do you get if you mash up Charlotte Wood‘s The Natural Way of Things, Anna North’s Outlawed and Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale? Answer: Kathryn Hore’s latest novel, The Stranger.  Set in an unspecified frontier-like future on an unnamed continent, in a small, gated town called Darkwater, The Stranger is a twist on the classic story prompt, a stranger comes…

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Album Review: Slowly Slowly are in their purest form on the epic and emotive Daisy Chain

Adored Melbourne rock quartet Slowly Slowly have today released their awaited fourth album Daisy Chain via UNFD. Featuring the singles “Blueprint”, “Nothing On”, “Forget You”, “Longshot” and its title track, the twelve-track project is the band in their purest form. It’s big, fun, sad, deep and demonstrates their expansive new sound. Opening the album is…

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Interview: Marcus Bridge of Northlane talks tour, Knotfest and supporting the scene

Sydney alt-metal legends Northlane have cemented themselves as one of the country’s best independent acts. The band will be taking their #1 album Obsidian across regional Australia on a 16-date tour this November and December with Windwaker and a slew of local supports. We caught up with frontman Marcus Bridge to chat about the upcoming…

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God of War Ragnarök Review: An Astonishing Sequel

If 2018’s God of War felt like a story of identity and resolve, God of War Ragnarök feels more like a story of discovery, consequence and ultimately, fate. Many of these aspects had formed an incredible journey which we had begun back in 2018, but left things ultimately unfinished, and players yearning for the remaining pieces…

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