Review: Flickerfest closing night

Being blessed with something of a limited attention-span, the short-film format is ideal for me. At its best, a short film is a perfectly formed nugget of cinematic brilliance – complete with compelling… Read More

David Ford & Jarrod Dickenson’s joint shows

Last summer, put on its first ever gig: a joint-headline show from David Ford and Jarrod Dickenson in Brighton. Fantastically, it sold out and climaxed with the duo leading the entire audience… Read More

Sing-A-Long-A Sound of Music giveaway!

You’d better start practising your Do-Re-Mothflipping-Mi’s because the Sing-A-Long-A Sound of Music experience is back in Sydney for three performances in February. And the most exciting this is that we’ve got a FREE DOUBLE… Read More

Music review: Elizabeth Rose EP

Sydney-based electronic musician Elizabeth Rose recently released her self-titled EP. She’s done a hell of a job at it as well, says Kaya Strehler: The FBi Radio darling’s five track EP boasts a bunch of… Read More

Warpaint Interview: Laneway & spirit animals

Philip Erbacher talks to Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa about the current Laneway Festival tour, kangaroos and not being a dick: How would I describe the Warpaint experience? Well, in angling terms, envision yourself as… Read More

Live Review: MONA FOMA, part two

Chloe Mayne concludes her two-part review of Tasmania-based festival, MONA FOMA: I became somewhat nocturnal and culinarily confused over the ensuing days of MONA FOMA. I developed a habit of eating my breakfast… Read More

Food Review: Ubiquitous Chip in Glasgow

It was the most dank and dreary of days. Typical Glasgow fare. Drowned by torrential downpours and dodging flooded pavements and abandoned backward spread umbrellas we wandered around Scotland’s largest city. While jumping… Read More

Album review: Curtis Eller’s American Circus’s Tom Spooner reviews How to Make It In Hollywood, the newest longplayer from Curtis Eller: Is it possible to have nostalgia for a time and place you do not know? Is it weird that… Read More

Movie Giveaway: Get The Rise on DVD

In conjunction with our buddies at eOne Hopscotch, we’re giving away five copies of The Rise FOR FREE to our Australia based readers. The British movie is an exhilarating, moving and often hilarious story of loyalty,… Read More

Download Japanese Wallpaper’s Remix EP

May we introduce you to Melbourne-bred producer, Japanese Wallpaper, a sixteen-year-old who has had 100,000 plays on his debut single Breathe In Ft. Wafia, and was named in ToneDeaf’s readers’ poll as the… Read More

Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave

There are certain true stories that everybody knows. We’ve surely all read Anne Frank’s Diary, or at least have a reasonable knowledge of its subject-matter. Conversely, there are some you feel astonished/ashamed not… Read More

Must-see acts at Malasimbo Festival

The Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival, running from the 27th February-3rd March, is a relatively recent addition but is already drawing some impressively big international artists. Now in only its third year, it… Read More