‘Avant-Garde.’ A phrase derived from the French language meaning “fore-guard” or “vanguard,” it refers to people or works which challenge both the status quo of a certain time, and what is taught as the “norm” in society; the hope for deviation.
No, you’re not reading wrong. It’s a play about vibrators. The Black Swan Theatre Company are putting on a fresh and new production of Sarah Ruhl’s masterful play about pleasure and the power of electricity and women, and more importantly, the invention of the vibrator.
Heart-throb Kpop group BTS (also known as Bangtang Boys) recently released a brand-new music video for their song “IDOL” featured in their new album Love Yourself: Answer. The music video was released on YouTube on August 24th earning more than 45 million views in the first 24 hours of being released.
Ancient Egypt: a history which spans over 8,000 years, dating back to prehistoric settlements where life revolved around the Nile and the Roman conquest which saw the rise and fall of civilisations throughout Egypt. Fast forward to 49BC during the Ptolemaic period and the story of Assassin’s Creed: Origins
This is not your ordinary college-boy-gone-bad type of movie. The film focused on Spencer Reinhard, a very creative student who always wished for something to come along and change his life. Spencer joins forces with the mischievous Warren Lipka, a college athlete who seems frustrated with how mindless America can be.
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.