Day: 15 December 2022

Kiin is the newest Asian restaurant in the heart of Adelaide

Kiin is a new modern-Asian style restaurant that has just opened in the heart of Adelaide. The name is Thai for “eat” and is the creation of Ben Bertei and David Wickwar, who have over fifty years of hospitality experience between them. Located at the front of the Arts Theatre in Angus Street, Kiin Bar…

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Interview: Dan Mac of Art vs Science talks the making of Big Overdrive ahead of Wine Machine Festival

After finishing an Australian tour on the back of the release of their latest album Big Overdrive, Art vs Science are heading to South Australia’s McLaren Vale for Wine Machine. We caught up with Dan MacNamee to chat about the making of the album. How does it feel to be back on the road? The…

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Maggie Slater shares her top five must-haves for a writing session

Far North Queensland indie-rock artist Maggie Slater is quickly proving herself as one to watch. The singer has a distinguished ability to write honest and passionate songs that move you, physically and emotionally, and bring them to life onstage. Her latest single “Pulp” – released 16 Nov – is her first new music this year…

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Conrad Sewell

Guest Playlist: The songs that inspired Conrad Sewell’s second record PRECIOUS

ARIA Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter Conrad Sewell recently announced that his second album, PRECIOUS will be released on the 3rd March, 2023. It’s one to look forward to, from an artist who has garnered over one billion streams for hits such as “Healing Hands”, “Remind Me”, “Hold Me Up” and his ARIA-winning single “Start Again”. Since he broke through…

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Book Review: North turns her pen to weaving tales from Greek Mythology in Ithaca

It’s no secret that Greek Mythology retellings are having something of a moment. Madeline Miller‘s The Song of Achilles – published in 2011 – was one of the most talked about books on TikTok this year; and in the last couple of years, we’ve had novels which focus on the forgotten women’s perspectives within these…

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Film Review: Nanny is a haunting human drama bathed in a supernatural temperament

The term “elevated horror” gets thrown around a lot nowadays.  And as much as supposed film purists like to rib on such a phrase, it’s undeniably becoming a subgenre of the horror space, allowing dark, heavy topics and deep exploration of characters to exist within the structure of a scary story. Such is the mentality…

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Bad Pony

Exclusive Video Premiere: Bad Pony “Hand Me Down (Live)” (2022)

Indie-rockers Bad Pony are back with “Hand Me Down”, their first single since 2020, and the lead track from their forthcoming debut album, Forever Up & Coming. We are thrilled today to be premiering a live video of the track. The band has reconfigured into a four-piece, after their cherished guitarist Cron van Niekerk moved…

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Need for Speed Unnound Review: Racing in Style

I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve fallen out of love with Need for Speed games in recent years. It’s not that they’ve been necessarily bad, but given recently established franchises like the Forza Horizon series or the returning Gran Turismo series, Need for Speed has had seemingly little to offer the genre in…

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BlueAnt X1i BT Speaker Review: Solid sound, solid value

BlueAnt’s new portable speaker range has unveiled the X1i, and in line with our recent review of the smaller X0i Bluetooth speaker, aims to pack in as much sound as possible into a slightly larger package. It is with that sentiment that the X1i follows suit in comparison to its smaller sibling, that many of…

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Scream VI trailer teases terror in the Big Apple

In a city of millions, no one hears you scream. After re-energising the Scream franchise earlier this year with the fifth installment, Scream, requel rules were very much in effect as the legacy characters of the series – Neve Campbell’s Sidney Prescott, David Arquette’s Dewey Riley and Courteney Cox’s Gale Weathers – passed the torch…

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