Day: 17 November 2023

Theatre Review: Complex or confused? Oil at the Sydney Theatre Company may leave you scratching your head

November 17, 2023

Set across five distinct time periods, Oil at the Sydney Theatre Company depicts different moments in the modern history of petroleum (crude oil) and its far-reaching impacts. Written by UK playwright Ella Hickson and directed by Paige Rattray, the play follows the journey of May (Brooke Satchwell), a strong-willed woman who longs for a better […]

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New Music Discoveries 17th November: The Terrys, Molly Lewis, Thelma Plum and more

November 17, 2023

Another ten tracks have been added to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music this week; amongst them are two tracks we had exclusive premieres for earlier in the week. And, our Track of the Week goes to perennial AU favourites The Terrys for their brand new single “No Bad Days”. “No Bad Days” […]

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Tech Review: The OPPO A58 is yet another impressive entry-level handset

November 17, 2023

OPPO is no slouch when it comes to providing a wide range of handsets, from entry-level value to premium competitors. While we recently reviewed the OPPO A78 5G, the newly released OPPO A58 might sit below in terms of outright specs, but is still an incredible alternative for the everyday user, given its lower price […]

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Game Review: Super Mario RPG has been remade to near-perfection

November 17, 2023

In 1996, Nintendo and Square Enix teamed up to release what would go on to become the acclaimed Super Mario RPG, successfully combining Nintendo’s Mario franchise with Square Enix’s Final Fantasy style of game to become a cultural icon. It was such a gigantic hit, even if they forgot to make a PAL version, meaning […]

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Photo Gallery: Suicidal Tendencies + Mannequin Death Squad + Astrodeath – Metro Theatre, Sydney (16.11.23)

November 17, 2023

Suicidal Tendencies brought their Still Cyco Punk After All These Years tour to Sydney’s Metro Theatre on the 40th Anniversary of their landmark, self titled debut. 1983’s Suicidal Tendencies! Supported by Melbourne’s thrash power pop duo Mannequin Death Squad and local Sydney metal duo Astrodeath. Pete Dovgan was there to capture the mayhem.

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