Day: 18 December 2022

Live Review: The Wombats stage a Britpop revival at Sydney Opera House (11.12.22)

Over the years, The Wombats really held it down for Britpop at a time when Bloc Party was middling around and Arctic Monkeys were a bit too big for the little guy anymore. The combination of excellent songwriting, earwormy hooks and vibrant, upbeat dance rock really hit home for a lot of people, and songs…

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Win a double pass to NYE In The Park with Flight Facilities, Cut Copy & More

It’s not every day you see some of Australia’s greatest acts converge on the same stage anymore. With music festivals up and running again, that’s about to change for 2023. And if you want to prep your body for a year of awesome live music, then the best time to start is on New Year’s…

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Good Arguments

Book Review: Good Arguments is an educational look into the art of debating well

If anyone knows how to argue with finesse it is Bo Seo. The journalist and author is a two-time winner of the Debating World Championships and a former debate coach. In his debut book, Good Arguments, he distills many of the lessons he learnt over the years so that we may know how to debate with…

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Live Review: Dry Cleaning debut their sardonic post punk in Australia at Manning Bar, Sydney (14.12.22)

Is post-Covid a genre? Dry Cleaning are one of the more curious acts to build a fanbase during the lockdown era, but having taken advantage of the lack of touring opportunities by releasing two albums across an 18-month period, they arrive with a more solid catalogue than many newer bands. On their first Australian tour…

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