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Cub Sport team up with singer-rapper Mallrat for ‘Video’

Cub Sport team up with singer-rapper Mallrat for ‘Video’

Cub Sport have released a video for their collaboration with singer-rapper Mallrat. Video will feature on the band’s forthcoming third album. The lo-fi video for Video sees lead singer Tim Nelson and Mattray hanging out in a luxurious mansion. The clip for Video was shot on film by director Tim Hardy. Tim Nelson described the song as an ode to […]

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Shaun Micallef is ‘Mad as Hell’ as ABC play old episode of his show

Shaun Micallef is ‘Mad as Hell’ as ABC play old episode of his show

Fans of Shaun Micallef’s satirical news program Mad as Hell thought they were stuck in a time warp when the comedian appeared to repeat the same jokes he’d made the week before. The ABC accidentally replayed last week’s episode of the program instead of the fresh content the Mad as Hell team had created. Micallef took to Twitter to […]

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‘Single Ladies’ explores the good, bad & awkward of sex

‘Single Ladies’ explores the good, bad & awkward of sex

Releasing on Monday 22nd July on Hyvio, Single Ladies is a collection of 6 short comedies that are between 7 and 8 minutes long. This Perth initiative is directed by Gemma Hall, Jacqueline Pelczar and Mimi Helm, written by Aaron Moss and produced with investment by Screen Australia and ScreenWest. Gemma Hall is a Perth-based […]

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Carla Geneve is heading out for a tour around the country

Carla Geneve is heading out for a tour around the country

Talented Perth musician Carla Geneve is heading out for a national tour that will see her play some solos shows in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. She’ll also be supporting Holy Holy on their tour and fitting in some additional solo shows as they head around the country. Geneve just won the WAM Song of the […]

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Take a listen to The Divine Comedy’s take on an ABBA classic

Take a listen to The Divine Comedy’s take on an ABBA classic

Irish band The Divine Comedy dropped by Zoe Ball’s breakfast show on BBC Radio 2 in the UK this week and delivered a charming cover of a classic ABBA song. The band fronted by Neil Hannon performed a version of ABBA’s Lay All Your Love On Me. The Swedish group first released the song back in […]

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‘Vita and Virginia’ explores the love letters of Virginia Woolf

‘Vita and Virginia’ explores the love letters of Virginia Woolf

A new film from director Chanya Button delves into the real-life love letters between poet Vita Sackville-West and famed author Virginia Woolf. Set in 1920s England, Vita and Virginia follows the literary love affair between Sackville-West and Woolf, after the struggling poet finds escape from her marriage in the allure and genius of the Mrs. Dalloway author. […]

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Bibliophile | ‘Future Histories’ explores how the past informs our digital future

Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea Verso Lawyer Lizzie O’Shea is interested in digital technology, corporate responsibility and human rights. She wants to start conversations about how certain histories are critical to planning for our digital future. Her intention is to look at what is worthwhile about digital technology and how it can be used to […]

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Review | ‘S-27’ explores the dark side of authoritarian regimes

Review | ‘S-27’ explores the dark side of authoritarian regimes

S-27 | Fremantle Arts Centre | til Jul 21st | ★ ★ ★ ½  S-27 is a performance piece inspired by stories from S-21, a torture and execution institution in Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge. Regardless of the inspiration, it’s a story about the dark side of any authoritarian regime and its effect on victims as […]

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Kylie Kwong shares her coming out story on ‘Anh’s Brush With Fame’

Kylie Kwong shares her coming out story on ‘Anh’s Brush With Fame’

Chef Kylie Kwong has shared the story of her life, success and family on the latest episode of the ABC TV show Anh’s Brush With Fame.  The TV show sees the acclaimed artist Anh Do paint a portrait of his subject, during the sitting they share stories about their life and career. It’s a conversation filled […]

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WA Opera’s ‘Sweeney Todd’ is a box office sell-out success

Sweeney Todd | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 20th July SOLD OUT  | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ WA Opera’s staging of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street has been rewarded with a sell-out season before the curtain even rose on the opening night performance. The tale of the barber who ruthlessly murders […]

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