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Posted 12 Sep 2012 @ 9:37am

Alarm bells ring when I see the garish mishmash of surrealist trash on the cover of the No Zu album. On paper, global-music genre-hopping that incorporates no-wave pop and tribal funk is a little worrisome, too – you’d have thought there was nothing more to be gained by filling a stage with multi-instrumentalists chanting in unison while banging on steel drums and cowbells. Yet...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 3:51pm

Due to overwhelming demand, an additional Melbourne date have been added for Sir David Attenborough – A Life on Earth.


Arguably the world’s best-known natural history filmmaker, as well as the most unlikely sex symbol (or does that still remain to be George Calombaris?), Sir David will take audiences on an incredible journey through his extraordinary life, his untold stories,...

Posted 19 Mar 2012 @ 10:56am

He’s the man with quite possibly the greatest voice in existence, and now the legend that is Sir David Attenborough is bringing that beautiful voice of his and more down under for a series of public events, Sir David Attenborough – A Life Of Earth. 


Arguably the world’s best-known natural history filmmaker, as well as the most unlikely sex symbol (or does that still remain to...

Posted 6 Jan 2012 @ 10:33am


Relishing the chance to circumvent cleaning her untidy apartment upon answering my call, it is hard to believe singer/songwriter Erika M. Anderson (EMA) is plagued by an “obsession with perfectionism.”



“I’m trying to get better... I definitely think it takes a lot out of me to try and live up to my own standards, but I’m intrinsically motivated to do that,”...

Posted 6 Dec 2011 @ 1:29pm

Ah, Melbourne. We love you. And then you go and have an annual Music Week in November, and we love you just that little bit more.


For a select period of time throughout November, Melbourne Music Week took over a significant part of our city, our airwaves, our television sets and, for some, even our lives. As part of...

Posted 6 Oct 2011 @ 10:07am

When it was published in Japan in 1987, Norwegian Wood ignited a popular frenzy that propelled author Haruki Murakami into international fame. Seen through the prism of our narrator Watanabe's memory, the novel takes us back to Japan's politically turbulent '60s, to follow a trio of young people whose paths become inexorably intertwined through love and loss....

Posted 14 Jul 2011 @ 11:09am

A snapshot of life and what’s after,

Does not produce sadness or laughter,

Just random events,

Without making sense,

However Mallick is a beautiful crafter.

Rating: C-


This is the most beautiful piece of shit I’ve ever seen. And apart from the subject matter itself, the most confusing thing about The Tree of Life is the reaction it received....

Posted 6 Jul 2011 @ 8:48am

With a new album Future Shade in the pipeline and set to drop on Friday August 26, Sydney hip-hop outfit The Herd are back in the game.


You’ve probably been bopping your head to the funky, laidback vibes of their latest single, Signs of Life being played all over Australian radio, and you’ll be pleased to hear they’ve got plans to tour the country, as well as hitting up...

Posted 16 May 2011 @ 4:24pm


Posted 17 Mar 2011 @ 10:27am
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