Day: 11 November 2022

A.D.K.O.B. take us track by track through their debut album Defender

Sydney indie-rock quartet A.D.K.O.B. (A Different Kind of Busy) have made a strong return with their debut album Defender, released 31 Oct. Created during the 2020 lockdowns, frontman Mark Piccles impressively finished much of the album’s material over a two week period. This next phase of the band began as organically as their inception with…

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Album Review: The Comfort take us on an emotional and enlightening journey with Experience Everything. Live and Die.

  One of the greatest things about music is its ability to transport us to another time and place in the world or our lives and see things through another’s perspective. Brisbane alternative rock quartet The Comfort have boldly stated their intention in the title of their sophomore record Experience Everything. Live and Die. –…

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New Music Discoveries 11th November: Stevan, Jen Cloher, Chutney, and more

Our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music has been updated this week with a further ten tracks, including three exclusive premieres. Our track of the week is “Driving” and comes from singer/songwriter Stevan.  We’ve been a big fan of Stevan since he burst onto the scene in 2019. Stevan is a self-taught producer, a…

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Soundcore Space Q45 Headphones Review: Quality and Comfort

Anker’s Soundcore range is steadily growing, with the new Space Q45 over-ear headphones providing a multitude of premium features like Active Noise Cancelling (ANC), extensive battery life and a comfortable design. At AUD $219.99, the plastic design keeps it looking like some of the most premium headphones on the market, while sound quality is both…

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4K Ultra HD Review: Nope is a visual and technical wonder

It’s understandable to be going into a film like Nope and be expecting horror greatness, given that it’s stemming from the mind of Jordan Peele, who, with both Get Out and Us, redefined the genre with his “woke” sensibilities and penchant for symbolism and commentary. Ominous alien invasion is seemingly what’s promised here.  The trailers (at least initially, before the studio…

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Skin Deep

Book Review: Phillipa McGuinness’ Skin Deep is a detailed look at one large complicated organ

We all have it. But how much do we know about it? Writer and publisher, Phillipa McGuinness offers us a comprehensive text about skin in her latest book. Across twelve chapters, she covers many different topics in what can feel like a tad dense read at times. This is a well-researched book and McGuinness is…

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