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Take a deep dive into ‘Showgirls’ with doco ‘You Don’t Nomi’

Take a deep dive into ‘Showgirls’ with doco ‘You Don’t Nomi’

Back in the first half of the 1990’s erotic thrillers were making big bucks at the box office. Films like Basic Instinct, Sliver and Jade were all the rage. Then in 1995 came Showgirls, written by Joel Eszterhás and directed by Paul Verhoeven, the team behind Basic Instinct. It was an odd mash up of a […]

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Faye Tozer from Steps chats about their new album

Faye Tozer from Steps chats about their new album

Three years after they staged one of the most successful comebacks of the decade, enduring British pop legends Steps – aka H, Claire, Faye, Lee and Lisa – return once again with their sixth album, What the Future Holds, released today. So far the band have released three singles from the album, the title track, […]

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Laura Jane Grace chats about her new album ‘Stay Alive’

Laura Jane Grace chats about her new album ‘Stay Alive’

Earlier this year when Laura Jane Grace found she couldn’t tour or meet up with her Against Me! band mates, she took the opportunity to focus on a bunch of songs she’d written over the last few years and surprised fans with her first solo album. Stay Alive is filled with insightful and varied tunes […]

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Brendan Pang shares his secrets in PrideFEST dumpling masterclass

Brendan Pang shares his secrets in PrideFEST dumpling masterclass

MasterChef fan favourite and dumpling wunderkind Brendan Pang is bringing a special masterclass to PrideFEST this year. You may have caught a glimpse of his skills on two seasons of MasterChef – after his initial run in 2018 and return for 2020’s All Stars season – or visited his Bumplings kitchen in Fremantle, but fans will […]

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Author Garry Linnell chats about his new book ‘Moonlite’

Author Garry Linnell chats about his new book ‘Moonlite’

Author Garry Linnell has spoken to OUTinPerth editor Graeme Watson about his new book, Moonlite which documents the life of Andrew George Scott, one of Australia’s last bushrangers. Known as Captain Moonite, Scott was different to other outlaws such as Ned Kelly, because he was in love with one his fellow bushrangers. In this interview […]

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Khanh Ong chats about cooking, competitions, fashion and coming out

Khanh Ong chats about cooking, competitions, fashion and coming out

Khang Ong first came to national attention on the popular TV show MasterChef Australia, this year he returned for a second helping as the show brought back some of the most popular contestents who have taken part in the cooking competition over the last decade. This year Khanh drew attention to attention to the work of LGBTI […]

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Bright Light Bright Light steals our attention with 90s inspired dance tunes

Bright Light Bright Light steals our attention with 90s inspired dance tunes

Rod Thomas who performs as Bright Light Bright Light has been flying under the radar for the last few years, occasionally he’s caught our attention for his collaborations with Elton John, or covers of classic 80s favourites, but his own music is about to burst into the spotlight. Earlier this year, he began releasing tunes […]

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Set My Heart On Fire Immediately: Perfume Genius talks new album

Set My Heart On Fire Immediately: Perfume Genius talks new album

Mike Hadreas, AKA Perfume Genius, has released his fifth studio album – Set My Heart On Fire Immediately – to critical acclaim. The new album explores and subverts ideas of masculinity through a gay, American lens, culminating in a beautiful, honest LP that’s dripping with Hadreas’ singular sound. Graeme Watson caught up with Hadreas for […]

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Transgender performer Krishna Istha brings ‘Beast’ to Fringe World

Transgender performer Krishna Istha brings ‘Beast’ to Fringe World

Krishna Istha is an acclaimed performance artist who began adding elements of stand-up comedy to his work. With the help of some well known Australian comedians, the British artist developed his latest show Beast. Istha spoke to Graeme Watson on RTRFM’s All Things Queer.  You’re bringing your show Beast to Fringe World, where did the ideas for this show […]

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Mavis Staples shares her concern about the decline of civil rights

Mavis Staples shares her concern about the decline of civil rights

Mavis Staples has a career that spans eight decades. In the 1950’s she began performing alongside her father Roebuck ‘Pops’ Staples, and siblings Cleotha, Pervis and Yvonne, as the Staple Singers. They began performing gospel music in churches in Chicago. Pops Staples had a close friendship with Dr Martin Luther King and the group became […]

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