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FILM REVIEW: I, Tonya (2018)

Everyone loves a Trainwreck! There is something so satisfying in watching someone fail so horrifically, you don’t want to watch but you can't look...

MUSIC REVIEW: “As You Were” by Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher is back with more style, grit and attitude than ever before. Oasis is one of my favourite bands and with Noel Gallagher’s...

FILM REVIEW: The Only Living Boy in New York

Marc Webb’s The Only Living Boy in New York is a film that mimics a modern literary piece, and for good reason. Yet, much...

The Doctor Blake Mysteries: Explosive Return Exceeds Expectations

Sunday the 17th saw the return of the popular Australian murder mystery, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, set in late 1950s Ballarat. The first installment...

ADVANCE FILM REVIEW: Stephen King’s IT (2017)

High-brow horror at its finest Stephen King, one of the most prolific writers of the modern era (having penned over 50 novels and 200 short...

ADVANCED FILM REVIEW: Gifted (2017)

Gifted is an unusual movie in the contemporary film landscape, it is a character driven melodrama with heart and moral ambiguity, where the principle characters...

GIG REVIEW: The Jungle Giants @ The Croxton Bandroom

Touring for their 3rd studio album, Quiet Ferocity, The Jungle Giants brought power and energy to the stage all night long. The Croxton Bandroom...

Gig Review: The xx at Splendour in the Grass

"I knew it’d be good, but I didn’t think it’d be this good," said the lady standing next to me, a grey fox some...

RadMon Recommends: Stan’s “The Other Guy”

The Other Guy is a new comedy series from radio presenter, musician, comedian and just about everything-man, Matt Okine. Following the story of radio...

MUSIC REVIEW: The Best of New Releases (August 2017)

August is an inherently odd month. In London (the city where I am currently reliving Orwell’s Down and Out), August is the tinder date with...

FILM REVIEW: THE WALL (2017)

Guns, Mind Games, and a Battle for Survival Doug Liman’s new film, The Wall, is an intense character drama focused on Allan “Ize” Isaac’s struggle...

ALBUM REVIEW: 明 (Akira) by Black Cab

Lost in a Blade Runner-esque soundscape that Vangelis would be proud of, I’m sitting here with my eyes closed, headphones on. Lost in a...