Day: November 19, 2018

Interview: Kimbra’s ripple effect and journey in finding herself through New York and Ethiopia

November 19, 2018

With utmost grace and resilience, Kimbra represents herself as a pivotal member of the music industry in Australia. Releasing her third LP Primal Heart at the beginning of 2018, and now with a new EP reimagining that release (Songs From Primal Heart Reimagined), Kimbra’s lyrical storytelling is something which she wishes to share around the […]

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Games Review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PS4, 2018) is Lit, Fam

November 19, 2018

Everybody’s favourite flaming 90’s mascot is back (again) in Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a collection of the first three entries in the franchise (and the only ones worth playing). Charting Spyro’s adventures across the Dragon Kingdom, Avalar and the Forgotten Worlds, the trilogy is presented in shiny remastered format, breathing life back into what had become […]

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Live Review: Spilt Milk Festival delivered a stellar day of Australian music and legendary international artists

November 19, 2018

Spilt Milk Festival in Canberra is really establishing itself as one of Australia’s biggest one day festivals. Now in its third year, even the late withdrawal of international star Childish Gambino didn’t for one second detract from the magic of the day. Childish Gambino’s broken foot led to the inclusion of Aussie favourites Angus and […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Sugar Jacket “How Many Times” (2018)

November 19, 2018

Melbourne artist Sugar Jacket recently dropped his debut single “How Many Times”, and today we’re excited to exclusively premiere its new music video ahead of its official release tomorrow. The track is filled with something described as “sparkly psychedelic dream pop” (and we feel that’s pretty apt), and the video that’s resulted is equally as […]

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Book Review: Alice Pung’s evocative set of essays Close To Home invites you into her Australian wonderland

November 19, 2018

Alice Pung reckons she grew up not always understanding where she fit in. But, things have changed and she now has a distinctive voice in her writing. The Chinese-Australian author has published her memoirs, several books of young adult fiction, and has had pieces feature regularly in The Monthly. And that’s all when she’s not […]

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Photo Galley: Mullum Music Festival 2018 Day Three – Mullumbimby (18.11.18)

November 19, 2018

The 2018 Mullum Music Festival finished on a high yesterday, with a day packed with outstanding performances. Caiti Baker performed her last show of the year. Mike Love unleashed his good vibes and rhythms to a receptive audience. Husky Gawenda wooed the audience with a solo show, and then accompanied by the wonderful Hannah Cameron. Whilst, Thando closed out the Civic […]

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Track of the Day: Betty Who “Between You & Me” (2018)

November 19, 2018

Betty Who? Is a question not many will ask after the highly successful run this pop starlet is currently having. The Sydney-born singer-songwriter scored a Top Ten spot on the Australian Charts with her best-known single “I Love You Always Forever” and has been touring extensively throughout the year. Since then Betty Who, a now […]

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Photo Gallery: Shihad + Legs Electric – Rosemount Hotel, Perth (16.11.18)

November 19, 2018

Shihad kicked off the Australian leg of their 30th Anniversary tour with an awesome show at the Rosemount Hotel in Perth. Joining them for the celebrations were the impressive Legs Electric. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was there to capture all the highlights of the night.

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Carriageworks announce Christmas Farmers Market 2018

November 19, 2018

Christmas lunch is sorted, with the Carriageworks Christmas Farmers Markets having all the ingredients, produce and gifts you need this festive season. This year’s Carriageworks Christmas Farmers Market is bringing the best of food and produce to one free festive event on Saturday 22 December form 8 am to 1pm. Not only will you get the fantastic food […]

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Applejack launch their first sleek Sydney CBD venue Bopp & Tone

November 19, 2018

Hospitality group Applejack known for producing unconventional yet elegant venues (The Butler Potts Point, The Botanist Kirribilli, SoCal Sydney, Della Hyde) have launched a new restaurant and bar at their first Sydney CBD location, just a stone’s throw from Wynyard station on Carrington street. Dubbed Bopp & Tone, founders Hamish Watts and Ben Carroll’s latest […]

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