The title of Jess Ribeiro’s third album, LOVE HATE, certainly reveals everything you would need to know about its thematic content. The record traverses the … Read more
The sophomore record from Totally Unicorn sees the band enter new territory which is much darker than their debut offering.
Sorry sees the exploring heavy … Read more
Comic books are supposed to be all about joy, bright colours, and fun. With DC’s latest film offering Shazam! they have returned to this mindset.… Read more
First written as a book by Arthur Laurents in the late 1940s, West Side Story first appeared on Broadway in 1957 and has remained a … Read more
Five Feet Apart is an incredibly accurate and heart-wrenching tale of life as a teenager with the chronic illness Cystic Fibrosis (CF).
The film revolves … Read more
The debut record from I Know Leopard is a beautifully sweet and emotional 70s soft-rock record.
Throughout the 11 track offering the group explore themes … Read more
The debut album, Low Grade Buzz, from Melbourne trio Huntly is a melancholic offering which also acts as a reassuring blanket for those sullen moments … Read more
Why is it that in opera, as the plot becomes more melancholic, the singing gets better, as was evident in Opera Australia’s Werther?
Director … Read more
Greta is the new name in terror, a character so perversely evil and repugnant that audiences will think twice before befriending middle-aged women again.
When … Read more
The second EP from rising Norwegian pop star Lil Halima is an incredibly honest, vulnerable and mesmerising glimpse into her life, particularly during the polar … Read more