Author: Hamza Ali

Live Review: Harry Styles and Wet Leg bring the love to Sydney

March 5, 2023

Since the announcement and indefinite postponement of his original tour dates in 2020, Aussie fans of pop megastar Harry Styles have been on quite the ride. Tour postponement after tour postponement, a new album, a tour cancellation, and, then – at long last – a tour announcement for Love On Tour. The last time Styles […]

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Splatoon 3 Review: more than just a new paintjob

September 14, 2022

You may be wondering what new grounds Nintendo could explore with Splatoon 3, especially when Splatoon 2 is already such a thoroughly enjoyable experience. I was too. Yet, what may initially come across as laziness in minimal core changes to multiplayer soon becomes an experience of wonderful re-identification of the Splatoon series. Splatoon 3 is […]

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TCL 30+ Phone Review: You gave me a plus, now give me the guts

August 18, 2022

When you think of mid to low range phones, who do you think of? Oppo, Google’s A series, Samsung, Xiaomi maybe even Huawei. TCL, anyone? Probably not. Best known for their dexterity in the consumer tech world, you may not have realised their venture into the smartphone world. It’s a lucrative market, the most lucrative […]

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Live Review: JPEGMAFIA keeps it raw and real at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre (21.07.22)

July 26, 2022

It’s crazy sometimes to see how few people seem to share your interest in your favourite smaller artists, especially when you can’t get over just how brilliant they are. This is exactly how I feel about JPEGMAFIA, a.k.a Peggy. As one of my favourite artists, I can never seem to get enough of his music. […]

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Oppo Reno 8 Lite 5G Review: Value for variety

July 6, 2022

It seems that few markets have grown so rapidly in the past few years as the market for mid-range phones has. It’s a fact that tech in general is one of the fastest growing industries in the world, since 2007 worldwide smartphone sales have increased by almost twelve times. Amongst the largest contributors to this […]

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Review: Kendrick Lamar moves beyond being your saviour on Mr Morale & The Big Steppers

May 23, 2022

Kendrick Lamar is a virtuoso of rap. His music often takes on a dramatic form that unfurls itself into so many branches of spectacle. West Coast greats like Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre have vocalised adamant support for Lamar, for keeping alive a pure form of hip-hop that exemplifies the characteristics that built the genre. […]

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Nintendo Switch Sports Review: A fun, yet lacking experience

May 18, 2022

It’s perhaps one of the most onerous tasks to live up to a legacy in any case, but in the case of the legacy of Nintendo’s Wii Sports from 2006, the task becomes that much more difficult. Wii Sports was at the forefront of technological advancements in the gaming sphere at the time of its […]

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Epos H3Pro Hybrid Gaming Headset Review: A premium alternative

April 28, 2022

The high-end gaming headset market has assumed a predictable but ultimately reliable cycle; good sound quality, comfort for longer listening periods and a decent microphone, capable of making both the necessary callouts in your games and the odd phone call. Every new headset needs to bring something new to the table if they want to […]

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It’s official: Harry Styles IS coming to Australia

April 22, 2022

It hasn’t even been a week since Harry Styles performed ‘As It Was’ for the first time and unveiled two brand new songs. Yet, fans from Australia and New Zealand are getting more sensational news, further satiating their voracious desire for all things Harry Styles. Harry Styles will be coming to Australia and New Zealand […]

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Live Review: Genesis Owusu + 1300 + Bukhu – Enmore Theatre, Sydney (09.03.22)

March 13, 2022

It has been rapidly coming together for Genesis Owusu. After releasing an EP in 2017, and some singles in the following years, everything was set and bubbling, on the threshold of an explosion; a big, dramatic and impossible to miss kind of explosion. With the release of his debut studio album, Smiling with No Teeth, […]

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