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Posted 3 Nov 2011 @ 8:56am

Make no mistake about it, Laura Jean is a proud Australian. But she understands that as great as her country may be, it's not without faults. Her opinion is no more evident than on Australia , one of the more poignant tracks from her latest full-length, A Fool Who'll . It's a defiant track for the normally reserved folk chanteuse, but Jean insists it was necessary for her to speak her mind....

Posted 27 Oct 2011 @ 10:42am

Opening with the danceable Moves, the self-titled Goldfields channels the immensely popular electro indie of luminaries Van She, The Presets, Pnau and other Modular stablemates from the past few years. However, lyrics about breaking an arm and going to hospital provide a humorous, quirky point of difference.


The following Holy No is more laidback - groovy beats are sexy and a...

Posted 21 Jul 2011 @ 9:28am

Audrey Tautou has becomes something of a mainstay of French romantic comedies, particularly after the delightful Amelie brought her to the attention of cinemagoers around the world.


In this latest Gallic romantic comedy, the perky Tatou plays Emilie, who runs a busy hairdressing salon in Sète, a seaside resort town in the sunny South of France. Ebullient by nature, she...

Posted 30 May 2011 @ 11:40am

Summer: The sun is shining, the beers are cold, the beach is calling and there's usually one iconic album that's of 'the moment', and on permanent repeat. MGMT's Oracular Spectacular was one that immediately springs to recent mind and upon hearing certain songs now, instantly conjures up memories of festivals, road trips and other summer-fun stuff from that particular period.



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