Author: Gabrielle Mcindoe-Parvin

Microsoft reveals Project xCloud, changing the way you game forever

October 11, 2018

On Monday Microsoft unveiled its plans and development for new game streaming service Project xCloud, which will allow users to play from any device, anywhere. Designed to work across consoles, PCs, tablets and smartphones, the core aim of Project xCloud is to allow users to experience a high quality, immersive gaming experience without the necessity […]

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Track of the Day: Sandra Kolstad “Halflife” (2018)

October 10, 2018

Sandra Kolstad has deservedly earnt herself the title of Norway’s “electronic pop queen” and with this fresh offering of synthy dreamy goodness, she’s set to win hearts worldwide. Trained as a classical pianist, Kolstad rose to national fame in Norway after storming onto the scene with three captivating and critically acclaimed studio albums that introduced her […]

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel cleaned up at the Emmys, but did Hannah Gadsby steal the show?

September 18, 2018

Monday night saw the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. TV’s biggest and brightest stars gathered to celebrate the evening hosted by Saturday Night Live’s hilarious Michael Che and Colin Jost, with cameos from a myriad of famous friends. The evening kicked off with a strange tongue in […]

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Laneway ‘19: Get to know the acts making their Australian debut at the Festival

September 18, 2018

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival has revealed its 2019 lineup. Amongst its diverse mixture of genres, genders and local and international acts, we’ve put together a little biography of the acts that have yet to visit our Australian shores before, and you definitely shouldn’t miss when they’re here. And for some, Laneway will be the only […]

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Music Matters Interview: Almond Soy (WA) talk the Perth music scene and the direction of their sound

September 18, 2018

From humbling beginnings in Brandon’s bedroom in Perth to playing the main-stage marquee at Music Matters 2018 in Singapore, Almond Soy have come a long way in just two short years. Following the release of their debut EP Social Misfit early this year, Almond Soy have been busy making a name for themselves touring Australia with […]

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Track of the Day: The Buoys “Arm Wrestle” (2018)

September 11, 2018

Equal parts sweet and savoury, Sydney femme 4-piece The Buoys are gearing up to release their sophomore EP Split Lip with the release of their moving latest single “Arm Wrestle”.   Said to be “forged in the flames of a failed tinder date”, The Buoys origins are as unconventional as their feminine indie punk sound. […]

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Shirley Manson with Lauren Mayberry set to speak at SXSW as first speakers revealed

September 11, 2018

“As a premier destination for innovation and creative discovery, SXSW is proud to begin our 2019 season by announcing a strong and dynamic group of leaders, storytellers, and visionaries holding important conversations about the challenges and opportunities ahead of us.” South by Southwest have announced their first wave of keynote and featured speakers for the […]

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Track of the Day: The Montreals “Y2K” (2018)

September 4, 2018

Fresh from making waves in the Australian and international indie-pop scene, Adelaide’s The Montreals, are back with their latest offering “Y2K” – a track that’s sure to soothe you out of your midweek slump. Since first launching onto the scene in 2016 with their acclaimed debut EP Indigo Club, the eclectic South Australian quartet have […]

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Musicians and authors team up to help launch series of groundbreaking new books this Indigenous Literacy Day

September 4, 2018

Tomorrow, September 5th, marks the 12th annual Indigenous Literacy Day, “a celebration of Indigenous culture, stories, language and literacy” hosted by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF), with events kicking off in Sydney, Melbourne and nationwide. This year, the ILF are launching a range of moving new books with big events in the major cities, alongside […]

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Why you should be excited about True Detective‘s third season

August 29, 2018

Once scorned, we return. After months of speculation, the highly anticipated trailer for the third season of HBO’s True Detective has arrived, leaving viewers wondering, can the show redeem itself? When True Detective first hit our screens in 2014 it was a critically acclaimed success. Starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, the first season of […]

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The 7 most mind-blowing trailers from Gamescom 2018

August 29, 2018

As Gamescom wraps up for another year, we’ve put together a list of the most exciting trailers Europe’s biggest gaming show had to offer. Fallout 76 You will emerge! But only after spending two months eating nothing but Doritos in your dark bedroom trying to finish this game. Fallout 76‘s latest trailer, “A New American […]

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