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Black Swan reveals 2022 program centred on the theme of Kin

Black Swan State Theatre Company has revealed an exciting program of works for their 2002 season. The season is based around the theme of ‘Kin’, exploring connection and family through seven productions that will be staged across the year. The works explore everything from bloodlines to concepts found family, and even a virtual family. The […]

ABBA share a snippet of upcoming release ‘Just a Notion’

ABBA share a snippet of upcoming release ‘Just a Notion’

ABBA are getting ready to share another track form their upcoming album Voyage, this Friday they will release Just a Notion. The song was originally recorded back in 1978 when the band were working on their Voulez Vous album but it was not completed when the band felt it didn’t fit into the overall feel of […]

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TIN dons drag in the fun new video for the track ‘Stung’

TIN dons drag in the fun new video for the track ‘Stung’

London based, Australian musician TIN has a brand new single, Stung. To compliment the sassiness of Stung, the singer songwriter’s new video sees him donning drag alongside some of the fiercest queens London has to offer. “Stung is about not being underestimated and not putting up with other people’s rubbish.” TIN said of the new […]

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Musical ‘An American in Paris’ to tour Australia in 2022

Musical ‘An American in Paris’ to tour Australia in 2022

The Australian Ballet and GWB Entertainment have announced that the new version of the musical An American in Paris will have its keenly-awaited Australian premiere in 2022. Hailed as a tour de force for its inventive choreography, the four-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical tells the entrancing story of a young American soldier and a beautiful […]

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New PICA exhibition is inspired by Jewish Adelaide Lesbian Feminists group

New PICA exhibition is inspired by Jewish Adelaide Lesbian Feminists group

A new artwork opening at PICA this week explores feminism, and gay and lesbian liberation, from the perspective of a small community in South Australia called JAFL – the Jewish Adelaide Lesbian Feminists. Alex Martinis Roe’s latest film installation, Coming Home, explores the legacy of kinship practices that began within these movements and the very […]

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‘Sometime’: Mo’Ju releases second single from upcoming EP ‘OK’

‘Sometime’: Mo’Ju releases second single from upcoming EP ‘OK’

Heavy Machinery Records is proud to share Sometime, the second single lifted from Mo’Ju’s forthcoming record OK, out November 19. Sometime is out now following its premiere with Lyndelle Wilkinson on PBS Radio’s The Afterglow. On the track, Mo’Ju shares: “Sometime is a song about coming out the other side of depression, cautiously. It’s about […]

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Troye Sivan releases sultry and sexy ‘Angel Baby’ video

Troye Sivan releases sultry and sexy ‘Angel Baby’ video

Troye Sivan has shared the official video for his first solo single of 2021, Angel Baby. Luke Gilford, who also helmed the 2017 video for Sivan’s Heaven, directed the clip which was shot in New York. “Angel Baby is my crack at an adoring, doting, love struck, mega pop, gay, power ballad. I thought we needed […]

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‘Love Me Lex’: Help bring a new queer web series to life

‘Love Me Lex’: Help bring a new queer web series to life

A team of local creatives is getting ready to bring a new screen project to life. Love Me Lex is an 8 part web-series, with each episode being approximately 7 minutes, and it’s set to be shot right here in Perth. It’s the story of a woman in her 40s who is jumping back into […]

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Soft Cell return with their first album in almost two decades

Soft Cell return with their first album in almost two decades

Electronic music duo Soft Cell are pretty much guaranteed constant radio airplay thanks to their massive 1981 hit Tainted Love, but the duo of Marc Almond and Dave Ball have created a wealth of memorable music over their long careers both individually and together. In 2022 their going to be putting out a new album, […]

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The Last Great Hunt offer new play ‘Bite the Hand’

The Last Great Hunt offer new play ‘Bite the Hand’

Bite the Hand, an off-the-leash brutal comedic rollercoaster of emancipation, love, dependency and suppression presented by award-winning theatre-makers The Last Great Hunt, makes its world premiere at Subiaco Theatre Centre 12-23 October. Here’s the description of the new work – Sam and Dale love their dog Alice so much; she is their primary focus, especially […]

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