ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Stereolab – Chemical Chords

Chemical Chords – Stereolab By Chris Peken It has been four long years since Stereolab’s last album, six years since the death of backing singer … Read more

Matmos – Supreme Balloon

Supreme Balloon – Matmos By Aidan Roberts If you can imagine a giant musical robot made entirely of vintage Korg and Yamaha synthesizers, vomiting patch-leads … Read more

THEATRE: A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

REVIEW BY LUCY SHELLY The New Theatre in Newtown always promises challenging and confronting theatre, so Anthony Burgess’s dark dystopian coming-of-age story A Clockwork Orange… Read more

GYPSY MUSIC IN SYDNEY

BY AMELIA GROOM As is often the case with people living on the margins of society, the nomadic gypsies of Eastern Europe have, over the … Read more

MUSICAL: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH

Hedwig and her angry inch are back for three shows only at the Metro Theatre this month. The playful and subversive off-Broadway production, with music … Read more

THEATRE: LANDS END

REVIEW BY AMELIA GROOM People turn into other people, vanish into the solid floor, appear out of a suitcase, float in billowing bubbles, dance with … Read more

Risky Lunar Love

PREVIEW BY SUNDAY FRANCIS-REISS     It’s sexy, it’s tiki, it’s sci-fi. New musical comedy Risky Lunar Love has been described as something akin to the Rocky … Read more

THE TENDER HOOK

Set in a stylised 1920s Sydney ‘ the ‘Jazz age’ ‘ a young woman finds herself in a love triangle with her English crimeboss lover … Read more

BONNEVILLE

Three women from Idaho take a road trip across the United States to deliver the ashes of one of their dead husbands to his daughter. … Read more

Orchestra Baobab – Made in Dakar

Made in Dakar – Orchestra Baobab By Chris Peken Orchestra Baobab are Africa’s answer to the Buena Vista Social Club but oh so much more. … Read more