Day: 8 February 2024

Five new Groovin’ The Moo 2024 sideshows just got announced ft. GZA, The Beaches and more

Frontier Touring has just announced a run of Groovin’ the Moo sideshows. They’ll be touring Claire Rosinkranz, GZA & The Phunky Nomads, Kenya Grace, Stephen Sanchez, and The Beaches – all set to take the stage at venues around the country this April and May (in addition to their GTM dates). Here are the dates,…

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How to catch and pay for the LAX FlyAway Bus at Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles is a difficult city to navigate without a car, but it’s something those on a budget need to manage one way or another. Arriving at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) is the first step in that navigation. How do you get out of there as quickly as humanly possible? Before LAX-it and Uber/Lyft…

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Ruby Jones

Exclusive Single Premiere: Ruby Jones “Feeling of Falling” (2024)

Melbourne’s Ruby Jones is back with her new single, “Feeling of Falling”. This is the first single to feature on the successor to Ruby’s 2021 debut album, The Woman Who Loves You. We’re delighted to be premiering the track ahead of its release on Friday. The track was inspired by the difficult series of lockdowns…

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is still a fun send-off for the Arkhamverse

A lot has been said about game studio Rocksteady in the last few months leading up to the release of their new game, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. The studio famous for its single-player Batman games that had defined a generation of superhero gaming, has taken a different approach in joining the live service…

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Film Review: Force of Nature: The Dry 2; “Whodunnit” sequel is a dark, menacing trek

Whilst much can be said about how so much of The Dry‘s success was in large part to it opening at a time when cinemas were still battling the pandemic-stricken productions that were halted, it can’t be denied that Robert Connolly‘s tight thriller was a fine genre film in its own right.  The fact that…

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Interview: Force of Nature: The Dry 2 cast and guests take to Westpac’s OpenAir Cinema for the Sydney premiere

There couldn’t have been a more contrasting set of circumstances for the premiere of Force of Nature: The Dry 2 when compared to its predecessor.  The Dry, one of 2021’s most lucrative Australian box office successes, a desolate, drought-stricken set thriller previewed to a downpour of rain in late 2020 ahead of its release.  For…

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4 international acts you need to see over the next few weeks: February and March 2024

2024 is well and truly underway. The Laneway Festivals have kicked off, and there are a number of outstanding international visitors ready to hit our shores in February and March. We’ve picked a few of our favourites. Dinosaur Jr After last touring Australia in 2017 legendary US alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr return to Australia…

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State Theatre Company of SA present a delightfully thoughtful production of The Children

British playwright Lucy Kirkwood has crafted a delightful tale of social consciousness with a serious message. The Children tells the story of the aftermath of a nuclear power station meltdown, focussing on three former nuclear engineers. Set in a cottage in an unnamed coastal area of England, the play opens with Rose (played by veteran performer…

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Take That

Take That bring Sophie Ellis-Bextor back to Australia for a huge tour

For the first time since 2017 British pop royalty, Take That – with three of the original line-up – return to Australia for their This Life On Tour extravaganza. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will bring the act around the country in October and November 2024 playing a series of arenas and spectacular A…

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