Day: 10 May 2024

Photo Gallery: The Beaches – Howler, Melbourne (08.05.24)

The Beaches touched down in Melbourne on Wednesday night, stopping in at Howler for the Blame My Ex tour. Their energy was incredible for the intimate room size, delivering a solid setlist. It’s easy to imagine them dominating their slot of the now-cancelled Groovin the Moo festival tour, but despite this set-back, their fans made…

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SILENCE at the Sydney Opera House empowers people to speak up against the White noise

Part of UnWrapped, a series dedicated to uncovering the best independent creators, SILENCE, at the Sydney Opera House, is a visually stunning and deeply moving performance. Created by Karul Projects and produced by BlakDance, this contemporary dance work successfully examines and disrupts the deliberate and ongoing silence surrounding more than 250 years’ worth of struggle….

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Not Here To Make Friends

Book Review: Not Here To Make Friends by Jodi McAlister is the cherry on top of the Marry Me Juliet series

Delving into the world of reality TV with a flair for drama, Not Here To Make Friends by Jodi McAlister introduces us to Murray O’Connell, a seasoned producer navigating the tumultuous waters of a Bachelor-esque reality show, Marry Me Juliet. Tasked with concocting a captivating narrative by the demanding showrunner, Murray faces the challenge of…

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The Aspera Nitro 2 provides yet another handset that outshines its price tag

The Australian-owned mobile brand Aspera has prided itself on providing exceptional value to customers, amid the rising cost of living. We’ve reviewed some of their previous models in the past like the AS5 and AS8, and have come away rather surprised at the amount of features they’ve managed to pack into handsets that will cost…

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New Music Discoveries 10th May: Johnny Hunter, Jem Cassar-Daley, Stand Atlantic and more

Our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music has been updated with a further ten new tracks, including two tracks we exclusively premiered earlier in the week. Sydney’s Johnny Hunter are back with “Frustration”, their first new single in two years, and it’s our Track of the Week. The post-punk outfit have come back with…

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Film Review: Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes impresses with its technical marvel and emotional resonance

Although Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes is a continuation of the rebooted Planet of the Apes trilogy that Rupert Wyatt’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes kicked off in 2011, with Matt Reeves’ Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) and War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) following through,…

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