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Bibliophile | ‘Olive’ faces the mother of all choices in Emma Gannon novel

Olive by Emma Gannon HarperCollins Olive is the same age as her mother was when she gave birth to her and she faces the “mother of all choices”. The number one conversation of everyone around her, including her boyfriend of 9 years, is – when is she going to consider having a baby? Olive finds […]

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Hold on tight, ‘Wentworth’ Season 8 is going to be a wild ride

Hold on tight, ‘Wentworth’ Season 8 is going to be a wild ride

The new season of TV favourite Wentworth arrives on Foxtel on Tuesday night and if the first episode is anything to go by, the show’s eighth season is going to filled with twists, turns, suspense and shocks. The finale of the show’s 2019 season hit a massive crescendo with a prison siege as crime boss Maree Winter […]

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Jessica 6 teams up with ANOHNI for ‘Prisoner of Love’

Jessica 6 teams up with ANOHNI for ‘Prisoner of Love’

Jessica 6 has teamed up with Antony & The Johnsons frontwoman ANOHNI for a new tune Prisoner of Love. American singer and songwriter Nomi Ruiz has had a long association with ANOHNI. She first released a solo album under her own name back in 2005 and was a support act for Antony & The Johnsons, […]

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WA’s new museum is ready to open with a festival of celebration

WA’s new museum is ready to open with a festival of celebration

The newly renovated Western Australian Museum will open in the Perth Cultural Centre on Saturday November 21, 2020 with a nine-day festival expected to attract tens of thousands of visitors. With a huge demand to see the new building ticket holders selected by ballot will be able to take preview tours of the Museum and […]

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Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore’ is a cozy embrace of storytelling and mellow moods

Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore’ is a cozy embrace of storytelling and mellow moods

With a gentle piano intro, subtle drums and strumming guitars Taylor Swift’s laid back lockdown album commences with the 1 as she begins a series of recollections, stories and love songs. Spawning sixteen tracks the record is a warm embrace, homely, like a well the worn cardigan that she sings about in the lead single, immediately […]

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Helen Reddy biopic ‘I Am Woman’ heads to streaming service Stan

Helen Reddy biopic ‘I Am Woman’ heads to streaming service Stan

The Helen Reddy biopic I Am Woman will arrive at streaming service Stan from 28th August. The film was set for a cinema release in May but was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The film follows the Australian singers journey to fame. Reddy arrived in New York in 1966, virtually broke and a single mother of a […]

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Review | Tune in and freak yourself out with Darkfield Radio’s ‘DOUBLE’

Review | Tune in and freak yourself out with Darkfield Radio’s ‘DOUBLE’

With our lives in lockdown, there has been an increased need for stay-at-home based entertainment. Book launches, poetry readings and art gallery tours have all quickly moved online. And no doubt there has been an increased surge in online streaming subscriptions. But what of the truly innovative entertainment experience, the kind that can deliver something […]

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There’s no stopping RTRFM as they take over Northbridge this Radiothon

There’s no stopping RTRFM as they take over Northbridge this Radiothon

There’s no stopping community radio station RTRFM 92.1 this Radiothon season, as the team gear up for their first post-isolation party. Radiothon Party 2020 kicks off the fundraising initiative with a selection of the finest local bands and performers across three Northbridge venues. The Full Frequency crew will be storming the hall at The Rechabite, […]

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French disco band Yelle is back with new tune ‘Karate’

French disco band Yelle is back with new tune ‘Karate’

Yelle, the French band fronted by singer Julie Budet, have released a brand new video for their fresh tune Karate. The song is from the band’s upcoming fourth album L’Ère du Verseau which is scheduled to drop in September. Featuring fashion, dance moves, a great beat and those luscious French vocals, the video has all the elements […]

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ABBA fans long wait might be rewarded with 5 new tracks

ABBA fans long wait might be rewarded with 5 new tracks

ABBA fans got excited when it was revealed that the foursome had returned to the studio for the first time in decades and recorded two new tunes. The songs which were due to be released alongside a new documentary project, and a tour that would utilise groundbreaking hologram technology, were promised back in 2018 but […]

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