Day: 22 November 2022

EPOS Adapt 660 AMC Review – the best-looking WFH headset bar none

EPOS has been a strong presence in the working-from-home space for a while now, owing mainly to the consistency and premium aesthetics of their enterprise headsets. Great sound, excellent battery life and superb comfort are all pretty much a given whenever I pick up an EPOS headset now, and those three pillars are only hammered…

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Film Review: Bones and All is horrifically, tenderly unique as it blends carnage and courtship

It goes without saying that there’s a certain irony in Luca Guadagnino helming a cannibalistic tale in the wake of one of his his Call Me By Your Name stars being ousted for their abusive, sexual fantasies involving such anthropophagous tendencies; Armie Hammer, for those who perhaps haven’t heard, having been banished from the industry…

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Live Review: Ziggy Alberts headlines Here Comes The Sun, as Winston Surfshirt shines

Ziggy Alberts played his first show in Western Australia in three-and-a-half years as he headlined Saturday’s Here Comes The Sun festival in Margaret River, also featuring The Dreggs, DZ Deathrays and Winston Surfshirt. Despite the festival’s name, the sun was only peeping through the clouds with an ominous persistent threat of rain (which occurred during…

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Interview: Luca Guadagnino on new romantic horror film Bones and All; “We wanted to underline the idea of the love story.”

Bones and All is a story of first love between Maren (Taylor Russell), a young woman learning how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee (Timothée Chalamet), an intense and disenfranchised drifter… as they meet and join together for a thousand-mile odyssey which takes them through the back roads, hidden passages and trap…

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Broken Waves

Exclusive Single Premiere: Broken Waves “The Divide” (2022)

Adelaide quintet Broken Waves are making the indie-funk genre their own, and we are stoked today to have the first listen of “The Divide”, a track full to the brim with funky guitars and joyous hooks. We landed upon Broken Waves last year when we premiered “Drag Me Back”, the first single from their debut…

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Film Review: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery; Rian Johnson has his cake and eats it too with bigger, better sequel

Rian Johnson had far too much fun paying homage to the works of Agatha Christie in 2019’s star-studded crime comedy Knives Out.  To say he executed it perfectly would be putting it mildly, but whilst a sequel to such a set-up seemed like a given, how anything secondary would be navigated was another mystery in…

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Film Review: Corsage is a witty, rebellious perspective on a fascinating historical figure

Period films, especially biopics featuring a famous historical figure, can start to blur together. They’re never revolutionary, always follow the same formula, and the only thing viewers discuss at the end is how great the costumes were. But Corsage is different. This internationally co-produced historical drama by writer/director Marie Kreutzer was practically designed to reverse…

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Growing up Wiradjuri

Win one of nine copies of non-fiction anthology Growing Up Wiradjuri

Growing Up Wiradjuri, published earlier this year, is a new junior non-fiction anthology from Magabala Books. Edited by the prolific and acclaimed Wiradjuri writer and activist Dr. Anita Heiss, the anthology collects the personal stories of eight elders.  Each of the eight included writers are Uncles and Aunties who came of age in New South…

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