Day: October 26, 2018

Film Review: Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (USA, 2018) provides some PG scares over familiar ground

October 26, 2018

Acting as a nice alternative to the brutality of Halloween, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, whilst not overly clever or necessary viewing by any means, provides enough chaotic entertainment for the younger crowd (or those young at heart) to earn their own respective scares for the spooky season. Even though its title suggests its a sequel […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Hawksley Workman “Battlefords” (2018)

October 26, 2018

Singer-songwriter and multi instrumentalist Hawksley Workman has become something to rely on in Canadian music, making music for over 20 years, releasing 16 albums and performing over 1000 shows worldwide. His creativity and strong vocals have gained him two JUNO awards (Canadian Music Awards) and he has graciously shared his skills to help produce albums […]

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Live Review: The Bronx give their adopted home another riot at the Metro Theatre, Sydney (25.10.18)

October 26, 2018

The Bronx swept into Sydney’s Metro Theatre last night as part of their current Australian tour, which sees them playing in intimate venues across the country. Melbourne’s High Tension are a welcome addition to any show. Playing songs from their new album Purge, the post-hardcore band showed a deeper, heavier more metallic sound. Though they […]

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Album Review: Glorietta – Glorietta (2018 LP)

October 26, 2018

Crack open the Mezcal and the Tequila! There’s a new supergroup on the scene, Glorietta, and they’re delivering some top shelf Alt-rock Americana.  Glorietta is the brainchild of Delta Spirit/Middle Brother’s Matthew Logan Vasquez. Their self-titled record is a collection of songs written and recorded by Vasquez, and his friends over five days in a […]

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Interview: Motor Ace vocalist Pat Robertson talks reunions and regrets

October 26, 2018

It’s been thirteen years since they disbanded, but Melbourne rockers Motor Ace are heading back out on the road early next year for a 20th Anniversary reunion tour. Our writer Jade, caught up with vocalist and guitarist Pat Robertson to find out more about the tour, whether he has any regrets and how things have changed in […]

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Album Review: Gang of Youths – MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne (2018 LP)

October 26, 2018

I remember driving to work when I first got the chance to listen to Gang of Youths’ second album, Go Farther In Lightness. As I weaved through Western Sydney, there was a noticeable difference between GFIL and its predecessor, The Positions. Even from its first listen, GFIL felt like it was built for bigger things, […]

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Track Of The Day: Joyride “On The Level” (2018)

October 26, 2018

There are a few things you must understand about Joyride before you fall in love with his most recent single “On The Level” off his upcoming album, Sunrise Chaser! He has been Spit Syndicate’s touring DJ for years and was one half of the hilariously brilliant electronic duo The Meeting Tree, who are performing a […]

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7 tracks to get you ready for the 2019 Twilight at Taronga concert series

October 26, 2018

Quickly becoming one of the leading summer concerts in Australia, music lovers and animal lovers alike collide in the heart of Sydney’s Taronga Zoo for the annual American Express Twilight at Taronga series. Dripping in impeccable talent, the line-up boasts artists from Grammy Award nominated singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc, Australian favourite Vera Blue, 90s Icons You […]

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Games Review: LEGO DC Super-Villains (PS4, 2018) is so Bad it’s Good

October 26, 2018

The LEGO franchise has become one of the least surprising in gaming – not because it’s become stagnant, but because it’s managed to hit the perfect balance of action, adventure and comedy within its titles. The franchise’s newest entry, LEGO DC Super-Villains hits all the same notes as usual, alongside some welcome new ones. Character […]

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