Category: Reviews

Deadly Kerfuffle by Tony Martin

Deadly Kerfuffle by Tony Martin

[Affirm Press; 2017] Deadly Kerfuffle. The happy answer to the question no-one’s been asking – what’s Tony Martin up to ...

Comedy @ La De Da, Thursday January 11

The comedy night held monthly at Belconnen’s La De Da might be Canberra’s newest room, but it bustles with an ...
One–Two–Three–Go! @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

One–Two–Three–Go! @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Jeppe and Cecilie meet on Cecilie’s first day at her new school and are instantly attracted. When Cecilie’s unwillingness to risk ...
Little Wing @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Little Wing @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Selma Vilhunen’s debut feature film depicts twelve-year-old Varpu (Linnea Skog) as more emotionally mature than her mother, more capable of ...
Rosemari @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Rosemari @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Having lived with her foster parents for the past ten years and known that she was found as a newborn ...
The Man @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

The Man @ Scandinavian Film Festival, Palace Electric Cinema

Simon is a successful visual artist whose income from his large works supports his employment of an entire team that ...
Macklemore feat. Skylar Green – ‘Glorious’

Macklemore feat. Skylar Green – ‘Glorious’

Why? Why would anyone listen to this willingly? I know taste is subjective, and each to their own, but people ...
FOREVR – ‘Columbus’

FOREVR – ‘Columbus’

FOREVR, a four-piece from Brisbane, have found something interesting on ‘Columbus’. The track sits somewhere between pop, glitch, shoegaze and ...
Kellie Lloyd – ‘Scene Of The Crime’

Kellie Lloyd – ‘Scene Of The Crime’

Kellie Lloyd, perhaps best known from her time in Brisbane rock stalwarts Screamfeeder, has released a couple of under-the-radar albums ...
Beaches – ‘Void’

Beaches – ‘Void’

Everyone should be extremely hyped for new Beaches. The Melbourne six-piece is back with another riff-laden dirge through rock, with ...