When describing distinguished artists and performers, people often talk of the mysterious “X–factor”. As much as we can attempt to verbalise their talent with colourful descriptions, there’s an ineffable charm which arrests our attention. With her sparkling second single, it’s clear that w
Netflix has unleashed its latest monstrosity on the world: a reality TV show set in Byron Bay following an insular group of micro-celebrities and influencers attempting to make it big. The show glamorizes their lavish lifestyles, from wild parties to fashion shows. While the series is a cringe fest
It's an exciting week here for Fresh Music Fridays, as Harry Gay, Matt Forbes and Iggy lead us on a journey through tracks hot off the presses: some highly anticipated Rex Orange County, a funky 80s tune from Alex Cameron, and a dash of debut grunge-rock from the Mysterines.
Last week, Daft Punk finally came out of the woodwork – a year after they announced their breakup – to commemorate the 25th anniversary of their debut album Homework. The Deluxe Anniversary Edition of the album was released alongside a Twitch stream of a rare performance from 1997 at the
Fresh Music Friday is BACK, baby, and this week Harry Gay, Victoria Gillespie, and Niamh Elliott-Brennan deconstruct a bit of self-deprecating Gang of Youths grandeur, a tragic love ballad from Lizzy McAlpine, and a throwback pop-punk track from Mom Jeans.
Sydney Uni Dramatic Society (SUDS) has announced its official 2022 film festival. Following on from the success of the 2021 festival, the SUDS exec is excited to continue the festival into its second year. Entries have to be less than 8 minutes long and somehow incorporate the year’s theme The
Andy Park, Alex Vardanega and Nicola Weiss have shared their takes on a new tracks
In collaboration with the USU SURG has put out a podcast to recap all the highlights of Day 1 of Welcome Fest. Hear the highlights of speeches from Vice-Chancellor Mark Scott, USU President Prudence Wilkens-Wheat, SRC President Lauren Lancaster, SUPRA’s Benny Shen, Thelma Plum and Keli Holiday