Day: November 5, 2018

Live Review: E^ST blesses the Howler stage with Jack Gray and Kota Banks

November 5, 2018

Brunswick’s centrepiece venue was happy to host the young, eclectic rising indie dance pop star E^ST on a chilly spring Saturday night. With a steady Spotify presence that has over a million streams on his single “Red Rental Car”, Queensland’s Jack Gray was the first act supporting the headliner. Bringing his new age alternative indie […]

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Win a double pass to a special Robin Hood preview screening in Sydney

November 5, 2018

From the legend you know, comes the story you don’t. The classic tale of Robin Hood returns in this action-packed blockbuster by director Otto Bathurst (TV’s Peaky Blinders), packed to the brim with gritty battlefield explosions, mind-blowing fight choreography and a timeless romance. In the country of England, after years of fighting in the Crusades, […]

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Interview: Andrew Kinsman (UK) talks about blending life as an artist and Kasabian’s saxophonist

November 5, 2018

When you’re at a cracking live gig it’s not hard to be consumed by the performance of a frontman, and even more so when the frontman – or men, in this instance – are Tom Meighan and Serge Pizzorno of Kasabian.  It’s worth taking a moment, however, to focus on the other performers on the […]

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Interview: Glitoris (Canberra) talk The Policy debut album and the raw energy of their live shows

November 5, 2018

Canberra rockers Glitoris released their debut album The Policy on Friday – and today tickets to their album tour go on sale. Last week, Liv Toerkell caught up with the group to talk about the album, the upcoming tour, the raw energy of their live show and the issues they face in the male-dominated music […]

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Five restaurants you need to eat at in Canberra

November 5, 2018

Our nation’s capital has been a discerning foodie destination for years now. The region produces some excellent ingredients, used by inventive chefs who have propped the scene up as one of the finest on Australia’s East Coast. It’s worth a road trip just to hop around the many restaurants that spread across Canberra for a […]

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Track of the Day: Jacob Banks “Kumbaya” (2018)

November 5, 2018

Jacob Banks is not just a great singer and songwriter but also an expert at fusing genres to create unique tracks like new single, “Kumbaya”, which was released on Friday along with Banks’ long-awaited debut album Village.  At thirteen Banks moved from his home in Nigeria to Birmingham in the UK, where he started playing […]

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Book Review: Queerstories sees Australia’s finest queer writers become an open book

November 5, 2018

Queerstories is a popular event where Australia’s best LGBTQI+ writers gather for some good, old-fashioned storytelling. The show began at the Late Night Library in Kings Cross, Sydney and has gone on to tour other states and towns. It makes sense that, because this all began in a library that people should be able to […]

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