Author: Holly Leszczynski

Track of the Day: Kira Puru “Fly” (2018)

September 19, 2018

Kira Puru has unveiled her new single “Fly” on the eve of her performances at Listen Out, which will be followed by headline shows and sets at various festivals this November and December. This new single, which we’re excited to make our track of the day, is a sassy pop track that is bound to make […]

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Brie Larson and Samuel L Jackson captivate in first Captain Marvel trailer

September 19, 2018

As we come to the end of “Phase Three” and the leadup to next year’s still untitled Avengers finale, Marvel continue to expand their cinematic universe. Today this comes in the form of the release of the franchise’s newest addition, Captain Marvel.  Captain Marvel is an all new adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from a previously […]

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Ubisoft announce Assassin’s Creed Challenge in Sydney on October 5th and 6th

September 19, 2018

Ubisoft Australia have today announced that Sydney will experience the Assassin’s Creed Challenge this October. Coming to Metcalfe Park on the 5th and 6th of October, the challenge will celebrate the release of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Oct 5th), featuring a full size parkour course with obstacles inspired by the moves of a master assassin. Participants […]

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Music Matters Interview: ShiGGa Shay (Singapore) talks the Lion City’s evolving Hip Hop community

September 19, 2018

Singapore based artist ShiGGa Shay is not only a rapper but is also a music producer and film maker. Showcasing his talents at this years Music Matters, ShiGGa Shay is a man of many creative pursuits, something which he states is not a necessity for a modern artist, “but it definitely helps.” On the topic […]

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Music Matters Interview: Ben Catley (Perth) talks UK tour and his new EP Hectic Heart

September 19, 2018

Fresh off the back of a UK tour, Ben Catley found himself in Singapore for Music Matters 2018. Hailing from England but living in Perth for the last seven years, Ben is quickly becoming renowned for his high-energy, feel good style. In the midst of his tour of the UK, he released his latest single […]

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Port Fairy Folk Festival announces 2019 line up, celebrates 50th anniversary of Woodstock

September 14, 2018

Victorian seaside town Port Fairy will welcome will welcome the 43rd Port Fairy Folk Festival to its shores in March. Boasting an unmissable lineup of folk artists from around the world, Port Fairy will include a special celebration of the 50th anniversary of the legendary 1969 Woodstock festival. This homage to the mother of all […]

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Dean Lewis is taking over Australia and the world with his hit single “Be Alright”

September 12, 2018

Dean Lewis‘ chart topping single “Be Alright” has topped the ARIA Singles and TMN Hot 100 Airplay Charts for the fourth week in a row. Now certified Double Platinum in Australia, “Be Alright” has had over 100 million global streams, including 10 million video views. Phenomenally, Dean Lewis is the 103rd most listened to artist […]

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King Princess to headline Spotify Australia’s live playlist event Front Left Live

September 12, 2018

This morning, Spotify announced King Princess as the international headliner for Australia’s first ever live playlist event, Front Left Live. Front Left Live is a unique, free event celebrating the flagship Front Left playlist (formerly Indie Mixtape), Australia’s go to destination for discovering the best new music that’s a little left-of-centre. Hosting previous live playlist […]

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Album Review: Hey Geronimo deliver a worthy journey in Content (2018 LP)

September 7, 2018

Brisbane based indie-rockers Hey Geronimo have just unveiled their sophomore album Content. The eleven track concept album utilises artificial intelligence to replace an exited guitarist, resulting in a convenient yet ironic effect. Self-produced, and featuring the AI dubbed ‘Alex’ on half a dozen tracks, Content is a bizarre and bold exploration into the future and the ever evolving technological landscape surrounding […]

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Destiny 2: Forsaken has dropped on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC

September 6, 2018

Described as the most transformative moment in Destiny history, Forsaken changes the way players fight and broadens character progression, giving the player more freedom of choice. Receiving global acclaim since it’s release in 2014, the franchise’s latest offering tells a dark and vengeful story in the Destiny universe. Featuring a new frontier, untold mysteries and an all-new cooperative and […]

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7 songs we can’t wait to hear at Sydney’s Field Day this NYD

August 29, 2018

Field Day is returning to Sydney in 2019 for another New Years Day celebration. Now in its 18th year, the annual music festival held at The Domain has become renowned for it’s friendly atmosphere and killer line-ups. The 2019 instalment is no exception judging by the stellar line-up that dropped this week, featuring artists such […]

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Track of the Day: Oh My My “Woe, My Heart” (2018)

August 29, 2018

Sydney based producer and musician Oh My My stuns with his scintillating new single, “Woe, My Heart”. Breaking onto the scene earlier this year with the dark and sultry “Animal House”, this latest effort sees him switch lanes, opting for a brighter, more sincere sound. If “Woe, My Heart” is a sign of things to […]

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Panda Bear and The Breeders announce Sydney Opera House debut and Australian Tours

August 29, 2018

The Sydney Opera House will play host to seminal alt-rockers The Breeders, and founding member of Animal Collective, Panda Bear in November and December. Making their return to Australia with their iconic lineup, The Breeders are celebrating the release of All Nerve, their first album in a decade. Meanwhile, Panda Bear is also making his Australian debut […]

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