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Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Melbourne Shakespeare Company

“And think no more of this night's accidents. But as the fierce vexation of a dream.” Tucked away in an underdeveloped gravel lot beneath the...

COMEDY REVIEW – Gravel

The dreary town of Gravel was anything but boring at their official opening night on Friday. The whole crowd was captivated by the mystery...

Jhene Aiko’s “Spotless Mind” the happier side of breakups

  Jhene Aiko, born in Los Angeles, California is an American singer and song writer. She started her music career in contributing vocals and made...

MUSIC REVIEW: Violent Femmes

-Violent Femmes-  is the debut album by the folk-punk band Violent Femmes. It was recorded in July 1982 and released by Slash Records on...

In Recognition of Fist Of Fury: Bruce Lee, A Hero

  Bruce Lee is one of the most well known Chinese names; recognised all over the world, especially in the west, Lee spread knowledge of...

“Rock of Ages” Review

Even if you didn’t live through them yourself, who doesn’t love the enduring music of the eighties? High energy, big hair, Lycra spandex, girlie...

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...

Filosofi Kopi – The quest for “Perfecto” – Indonesian Film Festival

Coffee, without a doubt, is the life’s blood of many university students. Helping our jittering fingers type those last minute assignments and keeping our...

Review: Facebook Meme War

The 2016 Australian election may be over, and while political commentators may not be quite done commentating, there is one aspect of the election...

My Chemical Romance – Conventional Weapons (2013)

The end of this band’s career is littered with tragedy. Now, the only tragedy is that so many people do not know Conventional Weapons exists.