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Posted 26 Apr 2012 @ 6:49am


Melbourne band Vice Grip Pussies haven’t played the Cherry Rock festival before, but drummer Stacey Pommer is very familiar with both the event and the venue itself. “I’ve been to all of them, but I can’t really tell you much about any of them,” Pommer laughs. “I love the vibe at Cherry Rock, and I love watching Sixfthick playing in the laneway, and crawling up the walls.” Pommer...

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 21 Oct 2011 @ 9:21am

What would the Melbourne Fringe Festival be without a bit of self-deprecating humour? Performing at the Glass House Hotel is Melbourne’s own Bobby Macumber, a Bacchus Marshian in the rough.


It’s a poor man’s backdrop, which Bobby cheerfully acknowledges as she opens her own curtains for her show to start. One has to admit, the décor at the Glass House is every bit as...

Posted 20 Jun 2011 @ 4:04pm


What’s your name then?


“My name is Jim Bianco. The name of my band is Jim bianco. Also, my dad’s name is Jim Bianco. And my mother too.”


And what do you do?


“I write and sing songs that break your heart and make you laugh and make you think and make you feel horny.”


When did you start doing that?



Posted 9 Jun 2011 @ 12:19pm

Nick Taras lost a bet to his Danish friend, who is an avid fan of 7th Heaven, and a major bitch. His punishment was to review the pilot episode of the show. This is the result of his gamble.


The very first scene in this “family” show is the father waking up with an erection. I should mention that this erection is never directly shown, but it’s most certainly implied. Erections...

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