Author: Natalia Morawski

Aussie Abroad: Owen Rabbit announces European tour dates

April 29, 2016

Melbourne’s Owen Rabbit has announced a brief European tour on the back of his recent singles, “Weeds”, “Holy Holy”, and “Denny’s”. The tour will see him play at the iconic music industry showcase The Great Escape in addition to showcases like The Aussie BBQ and venues like Sound Gallery. His DIY experimental-electronica sounds have made […]

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Ribognia shares news of national tour!

April 22, 2016

Ribongia has shared detailed of his forthcoming national tour in support of his recently released ESCAPISMS EP this May. The tour will be stopping off in Brisbane, Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, ending at Splendour In The Grass in Byron Bay. Find all the tour details below.  The ESCAPISMS EP, which features current single “Downstream” and previously released […]

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The Ataris announce first tour in seven years!

April 22, 2016

Indiana’s The Ataris have five full length albums to their name, and twenty years of touring. Now they’ve announced their return to Australia for their first headline tour in seven years. The band will be performing fan favourites from their band’s second album including “Blue Skies”, “Broken Hearts…Next 12 Exits” and the 2003 LP, So Long Astoria.  […]

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The Subiaco Theatre Festival announces its 2016 program; kicks off 8th June

April 18, 2016

Four of Perth’s independent theatre companies are getting together for a range of performances at the Subiaco Arts Centre Stage from the 8th of June to the 2nd of July. The 2016 festival (previously known as the Independent Theatre Festival) supports local artists and gives them the opportunity to showcase their works to a wider […]

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Alice Night and composer Robert Davidson announce performance at the Judith Wright in Brisbane

April 18, 2016

Singer songwriter Alice Night and composer Robert Davidson will be perfomring at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts for a night of live, theatrical music on April 29th. Alice Night will be performing her debut album, Culture How Could You?, questioning contemporary culture, strained love with integrity and dark hope. The ‘Artivist’ performance — a […]

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Drum & Bass titans Hospitality return to Australia and NZ!

April 15, 2016

Leading UK brand Hospitality is returning to Australia and New Zealand for a seven-date tour featuring London Elektricity, Etherwood, Maduk and MC Fava. For Perth, Sydney and Adelaide shows, drum & bass pioneer Danny Byrd will be joining the line up. The NZ shows will be presented by George FM. Check out the dates and where to buy […]

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Sui Zhen announces farewell fundraiser show for Melbourne in May!

April 15, 2016

Melbourne’s Sui Zhen has announced a fundraiser gig for Melbourne next month as she prepares to head overseas with her latest record, Secretly Susan! Having just signed to record label Twosyllable, the artist looking ahead to a bright 2016, with international touring on the cards and a spot at Splendour all on the horizon. Sui Zhen’s Melbourne […]

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Vinyl Revival – the resurgence of a classic music platform in a digital age

April 10, 2016

One of the principles of psychology is that “a man’s Self is the sum total of all that he can call his” — a statement that goes a long way in understanding the revival of vinyl. We are able to download and stream thousands upon thousands of files of music, often for nothing, and yet […]

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David Campbell to make a return to the stage in Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical

April 7, 2016

David Campbell (Les Misérables, Guys and Dolls) is set to return to the musical stage for the lead role in the world premier production of Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical this September. NSW Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events Stuart Ayres joined director Simon Phillips (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – The […]

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SXSW Music Interview: The Zolas (Canada) on new music and more!

March 24, 2016

We caught up with The Zolas at SXSW and we chatted about their new record, which they sum up as a weird pop album with something say, and the band even talked politics, specifically, ‘that Abbott guy’ and Rupert Murdoch’s ‘prune-y’ hands. Check out the full interview below. Welcome back to the SXSW, it’s been […]

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Everyone from Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Sting to Selena Gomez and Flo Rida are playing this 11 day Quebec festival

March 18, 2016

Canadian mega-fest Festival d’été de Québec has dropped quite the dizzying line up of international and local artists, many of whom have had an indelible impact on music’s history, performing alongside future legends across rock, pop, adult contemporary, metal, country, indie, Americana, folk, hip hop, electronica, and pretty much everything else you can think of. […]

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SAFIA are back with a new single and announce shows in secret locations around Australia

March 10, 2016

Electro-soul group, SAFIA have released their new single, ‘Make Them Wheels Roll.’ The new single comes after their hit, ‘Embracing Me’, and brings in the announcement of a few secret shows scattered around Australia in May. Dubbed ‘M.T.W.R. Tour’, this latest concept tour from SAFIA will see the outfit perform at creative, non-traditional venues. The shows are […]

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Worlds End Press announce break up and one last hurrah for Melbourne

March 10, 2016

Much loved Aussie band Worlds End Press  have announced their decision to call it a day after over a decade together. The band had worked together for many years, releasing an acclaimed self-titled debut LP in 2013 and the strong Tall Stories EP last year.  The band released a statement of their decision, assuring that […]

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10 things you never knew about The Breakfast Club

March 2, 2016

This Friday, the In The House series at the Event Cinemas on George Street in Sydney will be screening the seminal teen classic The Breakfast Club (book tickets HERE). In anticipation, we looked back at the film to bring you these 10 facts that you may have never known about one of our favourite movies of […]

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Josh Butler announces Australia & New Zealand tour!

February 23, 2016

Tech-house pioneer Josh Butler will be touring our shores and New Zealand through March. The tour kicks off in Queenstown, New Zealand and then the tour moves onto Australia, where Butler will stop in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. Josh Butler has been on the scene since 2013 and has supported legendary DJ’s and producers such as […]

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Qantas to introduce free high-speed wi-fi on flights in late 2016

February 23, 2016

Qantas will soon make free in-flight wi-fi available to its passengers, delivering internet that is as fast as broadband connections on the ground. The announcement came on Tuesday that Qantas would trial the service on its Boeing 727 fleet in late 2016. The trial will see if aeroplanes fitted with modems and antenna will be […]

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Imagine Dragons to screen their tour for one night across Australia!

February 23, 2016

Imagine Dragons are bringing their Smoke + Mirrors tour to big screens across Australia for one night only. The screening will take place on Wednesday, March 2nd. Filmed as part of their current world tour, the set list features hits such as Demons, I Bet My Life  and Radioactive from Night Visions. The concert, directed by Dick Carruthers, comes from their […]

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New DC Comics comedy pilot Powerless set to star Vanessa Hudgens

February 23, 2016

As reported by Variety, DC Comics is working on a new comedy pilot for US network NBC called Powerless, with actress Vanessa Hudgens cast in the lead role. According to Elizabeth Wagmeister from Variety, Powerless is “based on characters from the DC universe… (and will be) a workplace comedy set at one of the worst insurance companies in America… The show is […]

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Enjoy a movie and gourmet food from a double bed with PicNic Cinema

February 23, 2016

That’s right. You can gather a copious supply of gourmet street food, take it to your bed, snuggle up and enjoy an Oscar nominated Iranian film, or perhaps a Japanese animation. This snuggly event, presented by PicNic, is part of a celebration of international film and food. If you’re more of a sit and watch […]

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Tribute performances dominate the 58th annual Grammy Awards while Taylor Swift wins Album of the Year

February 16, 2016

It was a night of tributes at the 58th Grammy Awards, with some of the biggest names in music paying homage to the likes of David Bowie, B.B King. Lionel Richie (who was named “MusiCares Person of the Year”) and Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister. The series of dazzling and heartfelt covers remained the most memorable of the […]

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Groovin The Moo is looking for local legends to get involved

February 16, 2016

This years Groovin the Moo (GTM) is looking for local legends to get involved for the 2016 festival. The festival wants to further engage local legends, artists, volunteers, providers, students, community groups, sporting clubs and much more to highlight each local regions talents. This year holds even more  initiatives for locals to get involved and be […]

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Star Wars: Episode VIII starts filming in London; announces cast additions

February 16, 2016

The filming of Star Wars: Episode VIII has begun with principle photography at Pinewood Studios in London. We left off Star Wars: The Force Awakens with Rey taking her first steps, and now her journey continues with Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the continuing Star Wars saga. Star Wars: Episode VIII, which is written and directed by Rian […]

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New trailer drops for Jeff Nichols’ anticipated sci-fi thriller Midnight Special

February 16, 2016

The second trailer for the anticipated new film from Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) has been released, giving us more insight into a film that looks to be as thrilling as it is intimate. The trailer shows pieces of intense and gripping moments with emotional performances from Kirsten Dunst, Michael Shannon and Joel Edgerton.  Midnight Special tells the story of […]

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DMA’s announce Australia dates for their worldwide Hills End tour

February 16, 2016

On the back of their debut album, Hills End, set to be released February 26, DMA’s have announced the Australian dates for their worldwide Hills End Album Tour. The band will tour all major capital cities over May and June. Their highly anticipated album comes after several successful singles, including their debut single ‘Delete’. Check out the […]

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The Feast Fiesta street party to bring New Orleans to Palm Beach on the Gold Coast

February 16, 2016

As part of Gold Coast’s Bleach* Festival, the streets of New Orleans will be recreated at Palm Beach on the 5th of March for the Feast Fiesta street party. The festival will see performances from The Unusual Suspects, The Bella Fontes,The Hanlon Brothers and Cheap Fakes. Along with music, the festival will feature international cuisine from local restaurants and pop-up dining […]

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Eight things you probably never knew about Ridley Scott’s classic Alien

February 15, 2016

This Friday, the Event Cinemas on George Street in Sydney will be screening the classic film Alien on the big screen in VMAX. To celebrate, we’re looking back at the film and bringing you ten things about the film you may have never known about it… Enjoy this list below! Oh and the screening comes […]

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Hawaiian Airlines broke customer records in 2015

February 15, 2016

Records have been broken for Hawaiian Airlines, revealing that it has welcomed a record of 10,672,667 customers in 2015, seeing a 4.7 percent increase over the previous year. The record comes after the announcement of new enhancements including the planned launch of a redesigned premium cabin with lie-flat seating and non-stop service to Narita International Airport. The […]

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Screenings for documentary Sherpa announced to raise funds for Australian Himalayan Foundation and Intrepid’s Namaste Nepal Appeal

February 9, 2016

Award-winning documentary film, Sherpa, will be screening across the country on two nights in February to raise funds for the Australian Himalayan Foundation (AHF) and Intrepid’s Namaste Nepal Appeal.  Sherpa is directed by acclaimed high altitude filmmaker and climber Jen Peedom. The film documents the tragic event that took place in April of 2014 where 16 Sherpas were […]

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Cog touring Australia after five year hiatus this July!

February 9, 2016

After a five year hiatus, Cog are back for a run of shows along the east coast this July! This one probably feels like a longer way for the dedicated fan base who’ve no doubt been crossing fingers and toes for this announcement but finally, they’ll be able to see their beloved Cog hit venues in Byron, […]

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The Hills Are Alive announce full line up & make tickets available to public

February 9, 2016

The complete line-up for the eighth The Hills Are Alive has been announced and for the first time in the event’s history a limited allocation of tickets has been made available to the general public. The line-up includes Bad//Dreams, The Belligerents, Fraser A Gorman, Grenadiers, Running Touch, Arthur Penn and the Funky Ten, Venus Court, Fossil Fuel and many […]

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