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Posted 30 Apr 2012 @ 9:55am

With a growing reputation as one of the world's greatest guitar players, Joe Bonamassa is coming to Melbourne to play the Palais Theatre in October.


The charismatic blues-rock musician continues to create more and more of a virtuoso mix of roots-influenced Delta sounds and lively 1960s British blues-rock enthusiasm, heard through his work on his...

Posted 26 Apr 2012 @ 7:30am

Now in its 29th year, and renowned as the premiere short film festival in Australia, St Kilda Film Festival screens Australia’s Top 100 short films in competition alongside the best new music videos with the SoundKILDA program. Now it's time to feast your eyes upon the details of the 2012 programme.


Highlights from the Top 100 competition include the world premiere of Cryo,...

Posted 22 Mar 2012 @ 1:35pm

In this game, teens are slaughtered like chooks,

But it helps if you’ve got skills or looks,

It’s no Battle Royale,

But tickets will sell,

To the millions who pre-read the books.

Rating: B

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Posted 25 Jan 2012 @ 4:19pm

I think ONJ is probably a nice woman, but the disaster of her Toni Basil cover is only paralleled by the disaster that is her plastic surgery. Lifted from the soundtrack to A Few Best Men –a terrifying return to filmmaking by Priscilla director Stephan Elliot – this queer-as-fuck electro house interpretation of the tongue-in-cheek classic is as tacky as the film’s premise.

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 2:18pm

We hear about it on the news, read about it in the papers, and now it’s the artists’ turn to discuss the issue of climate change. 


This month, ten of Australia’s best artists will take the role of problem solvers in an Australian-first exhibition about climate change. The exhibition will play host to works by John Olsen, Daniel Smith, Deborah Walker, John Forrest, E.L.K., JKB...

Posted 5 Jan 2012 @ 1:25pm

We Bought A Zoo is a wonderfully saccharine, sweet, cliched and family friendly drama from Cameron Crowe, the former Rolling Stone journalist turned filmmaker, who previously gave us Say Anything, Almost Famous and Jerry Maguire, etc. This is Crowe’s first film in six years, since the failure of Elizabethtown, and it lacks the edge and genuine emotional resonance of his best films. It’s based...

Posted 5 Jan 2012 @ 1:26pm

Slickly directed by Brett Ratner (Rush Hour, etc) and featuring an ensemble cast, this clever comedy thriller is the best comic crime caper movie since the first Ocean’s Eleven.


A group of working stiffs who work in menial jobs in one of New York’s most luxurious high rise apartment buildings learn that one of their tenants has ripped off their pension fund. Former high flying...

Posted 19 Dec 2011 @ 11:27am

Following on from stellar first and second artist announcements, as well as the welcome news that...

Posted 13 Dec 2011 @ 3:11pm

One of the most iconic Melbourne institutions has revealed a stellar array of musical talent for its 2012 incarnation.


More than 100 acts will be gracing the stage at next year's Moomba Festival, with folk-rock heroes Josh Pyke and The Panics each headlining respective days at the festival.


Some of the many other acts to grace the Moomba stage include living...

Posted 8 Dec 2011 @ 5:08pm


Lana Del Rey is magnetic. Stunningly beautiful and depressingly talented, lips plumped up to bursting and miles of hair cascading over slender shoulders, she points her doe eyes at the camera and lets loose with a toffee-flavoured croon somewhere between Adele and Joanna Newsom. You know that star quality thing people talk about? She invented it, although her musical chops are not so...


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