Performed in the iconic Kidogo Art House, the play follows the life of Frankie Byrne, an Irish broadcaster best known for her role as agony aunt.
Krautrock is a term that defines a German band that is formed by the fusion of influential late sixties psychedelic rock bands, like Pink Floyd and the Beatles.
Fremantle locals Jack Davies and The Bush Chooks released their first single, Vegemite Sandwich, last Friday, and hosted their launch at Mojo’s bar later that night.
The Melbourne indie-rockers bring the intensity with their new single ‘Old Habits’.
The Broadway musical arrived in Perth this July and has been wowing audiences with its glittery costumes, mesmerising dancing and hilarious commentary.
Set in 1972, BlacKkKlansman follows Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), the first African-American officer and detective in Colorado Springs, who goes undercover and manages to infiltrate the white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan
In the newly released film from New Zealand titled The Breaker Upperers, Jackie Van Beek and Madeleine Sami are two best friends who run a business that breaks up romantic relationships, but in the most extreme and absurd alternatives to talking it out.
Sculpture by the Sea is an incredible, iconic and annual exhibition of sculptures consisting of 73 artists from all around the world – put on full display at Cottesloe beach. Mathew Bell set out to pick his top five favourites.
“I get wound up, frustrated and motivated but in this film the charismatic Tupac, although wielded a stern face or a captivating smile, just didn’t hit those emotions.”
Words by Lochie Pike A dark horse of an MC and producer delivers his fourth LP with the same recipe and ingredients, still tasting ever so good. With hip-hop today being [ … ]