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Delta Goodrem gets sexy with new track ‘Think About You (The Look Book)’

Delta Goodrem gets sexy with new track ‘Think About You (The Look Book)’

Delta Goodrem has released a new tune that it more sultry than any of her previous tracks. Thinking About You (The Look Book) is quite different to the ballads the singers is known for. Sporting dark locks Delta sings about how she can’t stop thinking about her crush being naked.  “I’m just gonna say it and I don’t […]

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RuPaul to join Grace and Frankie for fifth season

RuPaul to join Grace and Frankie for fifth season

Netflix have confirmed Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will be returning to our screens in 2018 with a fierce new rival. Grace and Frankie‘s fifth season will also star RuPaul Charles as Benjamin Le Day, who is described as a “formidable and quick-witted adversary.” For newcomers to the series, the story follows Grace (Fonda) and […]

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Brendan O’Carroll tells us Mrs Brown first came to life in a bathroom

Brendan O’Carroll tells us Mrs Brown first came to life in a bathroom

Perth Arena will be filled for the next three nights with fans of the TV show Mrs Brown’s Boys, creator Brendan O’Carroll chatted with us this morning ahead of the performances. O’Carroll first came up with the popular character in 1992 when he created a short 5-minute radio comedy. Soon the character of Mrs Browne (she […]

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If you missed ‘Faith and Freedom’ last year here’s another chance

If you missed ‘Faith and Freedom’ last year here’s another chance

Last year the Perth Symphony Orchestra’s celebration of the music of George Michael was a sell-out success at the Astor Theatre. For those who missed the fantastic show, there’s now another chance to see it.  The show will be presented at The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on Saturday 3rd March. Created by the Perth Symphony Orchestra […]

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RTRFM’s ‘Neon Picnic’ broadcast returns to Hyde Park

RTRFM’s ‘Neon Picnic’ broadcast returns to Hyde Park

Community radio station RTRFM’s Neon Picnic will be returning to Hyde Park next month. Neon Picnic, the pre-cursor to RTRFM’s much loved In The Pines music festival made its triumphant return to the RTRFM event calendar last year, as the station celebrated 40 years of broadcasting. Now in RTRFM’s 41st year, Neon Picnic returns as […]

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Electric Fields shock Perth Festival’s Chevron Gardens to life

Electric Fields shock Perth Festival’s Chevron Gardens to life

Electric Fields are a genre defying duo comprised of the Olympic level vocalist Zaachariaha Fielding and producer, singer and keyboard bandit Michael Ross. Having been through the reality singing completion grinder, (both appeared on The X Factor and Zaach also lent his extraordinary voice to The Voice), they have teamed up to form a double […]

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Gurrumul is a magnificent celebration of life and voice

Gurrumul is a magnificent celebration of life and voice

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was born on Elcho Island in Arnhem Land and although he was blind from birth, he never used a white cane, had a guide dog or learnt Braille. He expressed himself through music and song and was part of the Yothu Yindi Band for some time. It was the release of his […]

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Magda, Joel , Urzila and Patrick will host the Mardi Gras broadcast

Magda, Joel , Urzila and Patrick will host the Mardi Gras broadcast

If you can’t make it to Sydney for this year epic 40th anniversary Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, SBS have got you covered. They’ve just announced that Patrick Abboud, Joel Creasey, Magda Szubanski and Urzila Carlson will host their broadcast of the parade. The combination of three top comedians, Carlson, Szubanski and Creasey alongside The Feed’s Patrick […]

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Ballet at the Quarry delivers a timely cross cultural work

Ballet at the Quarry delivers a timely cross cultural work

Milky Way: Ballet at the Quarry | Quarry Amphitheater | Until 3rd March | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ The Polish composer’s lament about motherhood and loss was first recorded in the mid 1970’s but it didn’t become popular until American soprano Dawn Upshaw and the London Sinfonietta recorded the work in 1992. Here choreographer Gary Lang has […]

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Possum Plows from Openside speaks up about being gender non-binary

Possum Plows from Openside speaks up about being gender non-binary

Openside are a band from New Zealand who have been having some success in their homeland and are now getting attention in Australia. Since first arriving on the music scene the band’s lead singer Possum Plows has been opening minds about what it is to be gender non-binary. The singer recently chatted to The Spinoff about how […]

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