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Slow Readers Club

New Music Discoveries 3rd February: The Slow Readers Club, BLESSED, Slim Loris and more

February 3, 2023

As we roll into February we’ve added another ten tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Our track of the week belongs to Manchester’s Slow Readers Club, with “Lay Your Troubles on Me”. The track is from their forthcoming album, Knowledge Freedom Power, which is to be released on the 24th of […]

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New Music Discoveries 27th January: Short Wave Craft, Girl Scout, Kimbra and more

January 27, 2023

This week we have added another ten new tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. “I Need You Tonight” from trip-hop project Short Wave Craft is our Track of the Week. Short Wave Craft is a joint collaboration between producer Dominic Owen (Biggie Smalls, Anthony Hamilton) and underground musician, Tom Carr. “I […]

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New Music Discoveries 20th January: Dizzy, DMA’S, Dulcie and more

January 20, 2023

Happy New Year! We’re back from our summer break and we’ve had ten new tracks added to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Our Track of the Week is “Birthmark” from Ontario-based band Dizzy.  The vocals from lead singer Katie Munshaw are gorgeous, with a constant beat, dreamy feels and modern production as […]

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Click Frenzy 2022 – Apple and Samsung discounts to expect from Phonebot this week

November 8, 2022

2022 has been an exciting year for smartphones. Flagships have become flashier and more powerful, and their pricing has been confusing. If you’re like everyone else waiting for the mega sales, you must not miss Phonebot’s Click Frenzy 2022. It’s no secret that Samsung and iPhone devices are the top choices for bargain hunters and […]

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Robbie Williams to tour Australia and New Zealand in 2023: Get the dates & pre-sale info

September 21, 2022

Celebrating 25 years of hits, Robbie Williams is set to return to Australia and New Zealand in November 2023. The tour will include three A Day On The Green dates in Australia, plus a date at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium, and Melbourne’s AAMI Park. The run will kick off with a special show in New Zealand […]

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4 Must-Have Tech Tools for Australian Singers

September 20, 2022

Are you an Aussie singer who is constantly looking for ways to improve your voice and your performance? For famous Aussie artists like Iggy Azalea, Sia, and Kylie Minogue, there is no such thing as perfection; instead, it’s a constant quest to improve, unlock additional creativity and push your limits. While this can only be […]

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Top 10 Books Every Uni Student Should Read

July 14, 2022

Many say that University students hate reading. But my opinion with all these stories is that people who say they dislike reading have not found the right genre for them – yet. Reading helps Uni students tremendously. Indeed, reading theory books might not be the right choice for many students. However, the literature universe is […]

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3 Tips To Setting Up An Online Business Website In Australia

July 6, 2022

Setting up an online business is much more difficult than it seems. It isn’t a task that should be taken up by the faint-hearted, and it requires months of planning and dedication on its backend. This is especially true if you think of setting up an online business in Australia, which is home to a […]

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Pack Your Bags: What Aussies Need to Know Before Going on a Vacation to Dubai

June 7, 2022

After a tumultuous past few years of health precautions and border restrictions, many countries have reopened and are welcoming international travellers again. One of those destinations is Dubai. This is the place where you can find everything you need from luxury hotel accommodation to extreme activities. Another attraction of the emirate is that you can […]

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New Music Discoveries 20th May: Alex the Astronaut, James Vincent McMorrow, Soccer Mommy and more

May 20, 2022

We’ve added ten more tracks to our Discovery playlist on Apple Music and Spotify. This week, our Track of the Week is “Haircut” from Alex the Astronaut. The single, which is bubbling with positivity and joy, is from Alex’s forthcoming album How To Grow A Sunflower Underwater which is out July 22nd. Danceable and joyful, […]

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New Music Discoveries 13th May

New Music Discoveries 13th May: Stella Donnelly, Julia Jacklin, Luke Steele and more

May 13, 2022

We’ve topped up our Discovery Playlist on Spotify and Apple Music with ten new tracks, including two exclusive premieres.  Our Track of the Week goes to WA’s Stella Donnelly who announced her sophomore album Flood earlier this week. Ahead of the album’s release on August 26th, Donnelly has dropped lead single “Lungs”. Written from the […]

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Teenage Joans

New Music Discoveries 29th April: Teenage Joans, Memory Motel, KIAN and more

April 29, 2022

We have added another ten tracks to our Apple Music and Spotify Discovery playlist this week; including two tracks we exclusively premiered in the last seven days. Our Track of the Week is “Terrible”, the new single from Teenage Joans, who are back with their first track since their Taste of Me EP of 2021. […]

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New Music Discoveries 8th April: WAAX, Spacey Jane and more

April 8, 2022

Today we’re adding ten more tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music; including two singles that we exclusive premiered earlier this week. This week, our Track of the Week goes to WAAX, with a  new tune that might surprise you with “Dangerous”, a poignant piano ballad. “Dangerous” was co-written with ’90s rock […]

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New Music Discoveries 1st April: ROE, Sports Team, EGOISM and more

April 1, 2022

We’re welcoming in April by adding ten more new tracks to our Discovery playlist on Spotify and Apple Music; including two singles we exclusively premiered this week.  Our Track of the Week goes to Northern Irish singer-songwriter ROE and her new single “I Dare You” which dropped yesterday. It’s her first single of 2022, and […]

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New Music Discoveries 18th March: King Stingray, Arcade Fire, Charlie Collins and more

March 18, 2022

This week we’ve topped up our Discovery playlist with nine more new or recent releases. Our Track of the Week goes to AU favourites King Stingray and their fantastic new single “Camp Dog”.  The release caps off a successful run of sold-out shows, not to mention a strong showing in this years Hottest 100. The […]

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New Music Discoveries 11th March: Aldous Harding, OLI, Kate Miller Heidke and more

March 11, 2022

This week we have nine additions to our Discovery playlist, including one exclusive premiere. Our Track of the Week goes to New Zealand singer-songwriter Aldous Harding and her new single “Fever”. This is the second single off her forthcoming album, Warm Chris which will be released on the 25th March.  “Fever” features some sparkling jaunty piano, […]

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Why you should use WinX DVD Ripper Platinum to convert your DVDs to digital

March 8, 2022

As we use start to use DVD drives less and less, you may be thinking it’s time to convert them to digital files; whether it be to just back it up to a hard drive, adding to Plex library, or for other purposes. One of the services that this can be done with WinX DVD […]

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New Music Discoveries 4th March: Neighbour, Alex the Astronaut and more

March 4, 2022

As we head into March this week we have added ten tracks to our Discovery playlist, including three exclusive premieres. This week our Track of the Week is “Don’t Tell Your Mother” from Neighbour. Neighbour is the musical project of aspiring comedian/musician, Ryan Nebauer. “Don’t Tell Your Mother” is a moving song that Ryan wrote […]

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This weekend’s best Mardi Gras day party is a Sunday roast in Camperdown

February 28, 2022

While Sydney is no doubt going to be jam-packed with fun things to do during Mardi Gras weekend, we’ve gone and picked out just one event that we think will be essential come next weekend. That’s the Absolut and Heaps Gay party in Camperdown on Sunday 6th March, fashioned as a Sunday roast but moving […]

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New Music Discoveries 25th Feb: Budjerah, Florence + The Machine, Montaigne and more

February 25, 2022

It’s the final week of February and we have eleven new tracks to add to our Discovery playlist, including one exclusive single premiere. This week’s Track of the Week is “What Should I Do?” from Budjerah, who has announced today that his next EP, Conversations will be released on Friday 8th April. The track was born […]

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New Music Discoveries 11th Feb: Jack Carty, Sharon Van Etten and more

February 11, 2022

This week brings with it another ten additions to our Discovery playlist; including two exclusive premieres. Brisbane-based singer-songwriter Jack Carty‘s new single “Dragnet”, which sees him collaborate with Georgia Mooney, takes out the Track of the Week slot. About “Dragnet”, Jack says it’s “an anti-love song inspired by past infatuations that, on reflection, were superficial flights of […]

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The Terrys

New Music Discoveries 4th February: The Terrys, Haiku Hands, Calexico and more

February 4, 2022

We’re welcoming in the month of February by adding ten new tracks to our Discovery Playlist, including one exclusive premiere. This week our Track of the Week belongs to Gerringong surf-rockers The Terrys with their new single “IDK”. “IDK” is classic Terrys. It’s fun, it’s punchy and it’s the perfect end to the week. Of […]

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New Music Discoveries 28th January: Metteson, SOAK, Widowspeak and more

January 28, 2022

This week we’ve topped up our discovery playlist with nine new tracks, including two exclusive premieres. Our Track of the Week is “Come, Cry” the new single from Norwegian artist Metteson. The nordic pop star will shortly be heading out on tour in the UK and Ireland with fellow Norwegian AURORA, and is definitely one to […]

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New Music Discoveries 21st January: Khruangbin & Leon Bridges, Lucy Lorenne, Band of Horses and more

January 21, 2022

This week, in our first update for 2022, our discovery playlist has been loaded up with ten new tracks. This includes our Track of the Week, the latest collaboration between Khruangbin and Leon Bridges, “Chocolate Hills”. The track is the second track to come off the Texas Moon EP, which the artists are putting out […]

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Win over $1,000 worth of Belkin gear just in time for Christmas

December 21, 2021

Christmas is approaching and you haven’t gone out and filled your sack with stocking-stuffers yet, right? Whether it’s the (reasonable) trepidation about heading out in the lead up to family time or general forgetfulness, it’s safe to say there are more than a few people out there who treat their Christmas shopping like they would […]

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5 Cool Gift Ideas for your favorite Groomsman

July 15, 2021

One of the best parts of a wedding day, apart from true love that is, is being together with your loved ones as you celebrate and commemorate the momentous occasion in your life. Although there are many moving parts and people involved in making a wedding day successful, let’s face it- what would the day […]

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How to Edit a Travel Video: 5 Essential Tips

July 1, 2021

Shooting a travel video is always a lot of fun, because you also enjoy a new country at the same time, besides the fact that you are working. You can see the most beautiful corners of the world, get a lot of cool emotions, and at the same time share your own experience with your […]

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Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney 2021 Highlights: Our top picks of the program

June 15, 2021

Promising epic art installations, fascinating panels, and incredible performances, we’re so excited to see Vivid Sydney reappearing on our calendars later this year. The lights may have gone out in 2020, but the self-styled “playground of the unexpected” will return this August, for three weeks of celebrating light, music, ideas, and the city of Sydney […]

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Messina teams with Peters Ice Cream to launch gelato bars in Australian supermarkets

October 13, 2020

It seems last year’s collaboration between Gelato Messina and Peters Ice Cream was only the start of something delicious and beautiful, releasing limited edition drumsticks to supermarkets across the nation to much fan-fare. Now, the partnership has resulted in three new gelato bars, permanently hitting Coles, Woolworths and independent grocers in Australia. The new range […]

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The 45th Port Fairy Folk Festival cancels March 2021 event; moves to 2022

August 14, 2020

In rather sobering news this morning, the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival – one of Australia’s longest running events – has postponed their March 2021 event, citing the uncertainty around the pandemic as the (unsurprising) reason for the decision. The iconic festival has been celebrating Worlds, Roots and Folk Music now for 45 years but […]

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