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Posted 9 Jul 2012 @ 11:41am

Following its sold out performances at The Incinerator and Flemington Community Centre, Flemington Theatre Group's Black Face White Mask is getting set to present theatre lovers with an opportunity to experience a vital new work performed by a highly talented group of Afro-Australian actors. 


Black Face White Mask offers a fresh, funny and vibrant insight into...

Posted 27 Jan 2012 @ 6:42am

Walking down Swanston St, lined up along the pavement are a plethora of garish souvenir stores, each one offering goods of green and gold. Beach towels emblazoned with the Southern Cross, tote bags decorated with the Sydney Harbour Bridge (despite the landmark being more than 700 kilometres away) and little creatures made by some poor soul gluing ‘googly’ eyes onto seashells and gumnuts. ...

Posted 11 Oct 2011 @ 9:59am

The Jagermeister Independent music awards celebrate independent music - what does it mean to you to be an independent artist? 

Hard work.


What's the biggest challenge to being an independent artist? 


I suppose for most independent musicians there is a lower level of resources at hand to assist you. Less money, less help, But more control creatively....

Posted 21 Oct 2011 @ 11:19am

Bear Grylls ain't got nothing on Willem,

Who's hunting a tiger to kill 'em,

But in TAS he's the stranger,

Now he’s also in danger,

Making objectives hard to fulfil 'em.

Rating: B+

Check out more at The Limerick Review


Based on the...

Posted 4 Oct 2011 @ 1:58pm

What's the biggest challenge to being an independent artist? 


There is a sense of security knowing that the people you are working with are doing it out of passion, and not for profits. It feels clean and honest. The challenges are many, one in my opinion is that you are usually learning on the job, so mistakes are inevitable.


And the best bit?



Posted 15 Sep 2011 @ 9:17am

When it comes to music the phrase ‘industry showcase’ does not sound exciting. Men in suits, probably with ponytails and giant ‘90s mobile phones spring to mind. Thankfully over the past few years they are turning into a more public friendly affair. South By Southwest is perhaps the best known industry event, great for bands and drinking and good-times but has become a victim of it’s own...

Posted 18 Aug 2011 @ 9:29am

Welcome To Depression:

population one


The weathers always crap


and the nightlife ain't much fun


The birds are all well trained


at pooing on your head


There's a black dog that follows you


and tries to hump your leg


There's only one shop and it's shut most of the...

Posted 15 Jul 2011 @ 12:52pm

Wendy Matthews was about as far removed from the meat-pie ‘n’ beer Aussie rock landscape as her Canadian roots, but through persistence, the willowy former session vocalist was poised to become one of this country’s biggest singer/songwriters. 21 years on from her against-the-grain solo debut, Émigré, the Australian (officially since 2005) vocalist, is celebrating the anniversary in a...

Posted 21 Jun 2011 @ 3:54pm

Edward Grylls is what you would call a man’s man. Known the world over as “Bear”, he has overcome extreme odds to break records, climb mountains, and become an international superstar. No wonder his Australian live shows have been embraced with such zeal.


While most famous for his television work – notably the worldwide smash...

Posted 19 Apr 2011 @ 10:24am



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