Category: Reviews

Broken Social Scene – ‘Skyline’

Broken Social Scene – ‘Skyline’

The “it” Canadian indie rock supergroup, for those unacquainted, Broken Social Scene has always been built around big rock hooks, ...
Deputy Chief Warden – ‘Invited To Parties’

Deputy Chief Warden – ‘Invited To Parties’

Occasionally a new face hits the scene and produces something really unexpected, but really good. At just 15 years old, ...
The Newsletters – ‘Tuesday’

The Newsletters – ‘Tuesday’

Fronted by Conor Hutchison (ex-Cat Cat), The Newsletters have been building towards something like this for a while. ‘Tuesday’ combines ...
Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant

“One wrong note can destroy an entire symphony.” Quite an apt description for what the prequels are doing to the ...
John Wick: Chapter 2

John Wick: Chapter 2

Man, this film’s a hoot. John Wick: Chapter 2 capitalises on the ‘cool’ elements of the original 2014 sleeper hit: ...
A Quiet Passion

A Quiet Passion

The latest film by Terence Davies manages to deliver a story that departs slightly from both what people expect from ...
20th Century Women

20th Century Women

“Whatever you think your life is going to be like, just know, it’s not gonna be anything like that.” So ...
Neruda

Neruda

Biopics are a varied genre of filmmaking, and the very action of making one is a grand undertaking. To start ...
Cable Ties – Cable Ties

Cable Ties – Cable Ties

[Poison City Records] Australia continues to churn out meaningful, no-nonsense and hard-hitting post-punk with the release of Cable Ties’ self-titled ...
Angelo Badalamenti – Soundtrack from Twin Peaks

Angelo Badalamenti – Soundtrack from Twin Peaks

[Warner Bros.] Menace and beauty intersect on a tightrope of ecstatic fear in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. The 1990 TV ...