Day: March 14, 2019

Adelaide Festival Review: Foehn is a light and airy puppet theatre

March 14, 2019

It would be a mistake to describe Foehn as a puppet show. Not because that is wrong, but because it is much more than that. French performance artist Phia Ménard became a juggler, performance artist and director of the Compagnie Non Nova in the 1990’s. She describes the movement of air as being present at […]

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Ninjas in Pyjamas and Team Liquid confirmed for IEM Sydney 2019

March 14, 2019

Intel Extreme Masters Sydney 2019 is a mere two months away. Boasting a $250,000 prize pool, IEM Sydney is Australia’s premiere esports tournament, attracting some of the biggest names in competitive gaming from here at home and around the world. To date, a total of five teams have been invited to compete in this year’s […]

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Track of the Day: Jade Alice and Ivoris “Flower” (2019)

March 14, 2019

Melbourne based singer-songwriters Jade Alice and Ivoris have combined their talents for brand new single “Flower”, a gentle electro-pop song with echoes of the likes of Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey (though perhaps with a little less angst!). Friends since childhood, Jade Alice and Ivoris have blended their distinctive sounds together and “Flower” is […]

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Preview – rich, terrifying and nimble

March 14, 2019

FromSoftware are good at making games writers nervous. We head along to these hands-on previews with our heads held high (metaphorically, many of us have terrible posture), confident in our ability to kick some serious digital ass and wow any observers with our mad skills. Demon’s Souls? A cake walk. Bloodbourne? Orphan of Kos was […]

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Album of the Week: Stella Donnelly – Beware Of The Dogs (2019 LP)

March 14, 2019

I haven’t watched the movie School of Rock in maybe 10 years, but from memory there’s a scene where Jack Black’s character talks about sticking it to the man, as well as singing a song with lyrics “you’re not hard core, unless you live hardcore.” While Stella Donnelly may not be a middle aged man […]

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Noah Dillon “Holding On” (2019)

March 14, 2019

Perth’s Noah Dillon has exploded on to the national scene of late, garnering attention from Triple J and punters up and down Australia’s East Coast on his recent tour. So, we’re particularly excited today to bring the exclusive premiere of a live studio video of his latest single “Holding On”.  Recorded live at Tunafish Studio, […]

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Live Review: The Eagles prove legends never die with flawless Sydney show

March 14, 2019

Finding a way to continue Eagles without Glenn Frey, who passed in 2016, must have been difficult. How does one treat a legacy so treasured by music fans the world over, after a loss so deep? The answer, in this case anyway, is actually quite simple. “We aren’t the same band we once were”, founding […]

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The Occupation Review: A Mildly Satisfying Political Thriller

March 14, 2019

The Occupation immediately hit me with a refreshing change of pace. For a game of this nature, throwing you into the thick of a terrorist plot might seem like an action packed outing, but rather takes the subdued approach, opting for investigative intrigue over the running and gunning. It’s safe to say that The Occupation […]

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Photo Gallery: Download Festival – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (11.03.19)

March 14, 2019

On a glorious public holiday Monday it was Melbourne’s turn to bask in the glory of all things metal at Download Festival. Kerrie Geier went along for the AU review and brings us shots of Slayer, Ghost, Sum 41, Rise Against, High Tension, Anthrax and more.

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