After a brief exam-stress hiatus, we are back to deliver the freshest hits straight to your (digital) door, with Zoe Biggs, Christine Lai, and Harry Gay guiding us through the latest from Stan Walker, MADDY MAY, and Lee Sugar (who... may have been the pick from last week... shhh).
It failed as a reboot, as a starting point for a cinematic universe, and, of course, as a movie. Harry Gay revisits Universal Studios’ disastrous 2017 remake of The Mummy. Last month marked the 5-year anniversary of Universal Studios’ failed Mummy reboot. The Tom Cruise-led film is notorious
Australian band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever released their third studio album on May 6 2022 with labels Ivy League and Sub Pop. Their latest release ‘Endless Rooms’, is their biggest one to date, packed with 12 songs and an evolution of their sound into more ethereal and political territorie
With an easy charisma and suave disposition, Harry Styles has given us an introspective record that takes a modern day visit into 80s techno-infused pop-funk. The album sweeps through vignettes of his life and gravitates around the pull of desire, growing up and what he considers to be ‘home’. H
Christine Lai explains why it’s crucial that we disrupt. Over the last few years, USyd has had its share of run-ins with management. Whether it’s fights against wage theft, casualisation of jobs or abhorrent course cuts, the bottom line remains the same: management’s profit-geared in
Hello and welcome to a very exciting week in music! Get ready to be taken on a journey as Christine Lai, Zoe Biggs, and Matthew Forbes navigate through the latest and greatest from Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, LARA D, and Jude Korab.
While the Art Gallery of NSW has been busy announcing the 2022 Archibald nominees, the University of Sydney Union (USU) has been busy cooking up it’s own art competition. Open to all students of the University of Sydney (USyd), the USU Creative Awards gives students the opportunity to have the
SURG stands with the staff of the University of Sydney in their fight for better working conditions, stronger jobs security and improving learning environments at the University. SURG will not broadcast for 48 hours, during the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) strike from the the 11th to 13t