Day: November 27, 2018

Track Of The Day: JXN “Solitude” (2018)

November 27, 2018

Australian Youtuber and Instagram influencer Jackson Brazier has gained millions of fans as the funny guy who always mucked around with music in his videos. The 25 year old year old has shown a new side to himself releasing his first single ‘Solitude’ under the stage name JXN. The Victorian musician taught himself to play […]

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Custom Made: A reflection on my painful desire to look good in video games

November 27, 2018

I have a crippling desire to look good in video games. It’s an unfathomably stupid impulse, but creating the most beautiful possible avatar in any given game is a habit I regularly give in to. I am certain I am not alone in this. To preface this piece – the two games I really threw […]

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Interview: War Child’s Head of Fundraising talks about coming to Australia with The Wombats

November 27, 2018

Tonight, UK Charity War Child – known for putting on incredible intimate gigs with artists like the Arctic Monkeys in the UK to support the great work they do – officially make their mark in Australia, putting on their first show as part of ARIA Week. Tonight, The Wombats will play the 500-capacity venue in […]

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What to expect from Red Dead Redemption Online when it launches this week

November 27, 2018

Warning, this article contains spoilers for Red Dead Redemption 2, read at your own peril Red Dead Redemption 2 is likely to be “Game of the Year” from a tonne of different award ceremonies; it’s a juggernaut of design, deep in conception and brilliant in execution, to the pain of talented developers who have worked […]

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Film Review: Lean on Pete (UK, 2018) sees a troubled teen fall off his horse & get back up again

November 27, 2018

Lean on Pete is about a poor boy in more ways than one. This troubled teen was abandoned by his Mum and lives with his selfish father in poverty. His saving grace comes in the shape of an aging racehorse named Lean on Pete. This slow-burning drama sees this teen fall off his horse, only […]

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Live Review: Alex the Astronaut and Paul Kelly cover David Bowie in Melbourne as Hachiku and Emily Soon support Alex’s Space Tour

November 27, 2018

Australia has always been known for folksy storytelling and our love of music. We’ve seen it through countless generations from Slim Dusty, Paul Kelly and now again in Alex The Astronaut. It’s the connective power of these stories and how relatable they are that makes these artists people to look up to and celebrate. Thursday […]

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Film Review: I Used To Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story (Australia, 2018) is a wonderfully funny and joyous documentary about the positive reinforcement of fandom

November 27, 2018

According to Webster’s Dictionary, the term fangirling is defined as a female fan behaving and obsessing in an overexcited fashion. You may or may not forgive me for finding this definition quite amusing, but it sums up my expectations of director Jessica Leski‘s I Used To Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story perfectly. A film […]

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