Reviews

FILMS – Flashback Musicals List

In 1927 The Jazz Singer hit the cinemas as the first film to have synchronised sound and the impact was enormous. Hollywood was booming, actors were talking and women were swooning, only now they could hear the...
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EVENTS – Gear Up Festival

Who said orientation for university had to be boring? Forget what thought you knew about orientation week because Gear Up 2014 is the only way to end your summer. Indie darlings San Cisco, the psychedelic Pond...
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ALBUM REVIEW – John Newman’s ‘Tribute’

A Tribute to Music of the Old and New Millennium TANYSHA BOLGER, OCTOBER 20, 2013 "This is my tribute, this is my gift back to the music world and it's going to be huge." - That is the message that emulates f...

Inspiration in Photography | Book Review

Channelling Your Inner "Weirdo" Growing up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Brooke Shaden has made her mark in the photographic industry. A fine-art photographer, Brooke channels her inspiration from the world, and...

Days Are Gone | Album review

Just Getting Started By Melina Scarfo Haim seem to have come out of nowhere, winning us over with their mix of nineties R&B and seventies soft rock.The three sisters grew up in California on a diet of...
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REVIEW – Now You See Me

http://nowyouseememovie.com/ Look Closer "Now You See Me" is a work of originality and excitement. Prepare to have a front row seat to see the result of a very carefully planned and executed script and plot. ...
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REVIEW – Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix

Like Never Before EZRA MAGAZINE, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 The collaboration between Square Enix (the people behind the 'Final Fantasy' series) and Disney Interactive Studios resulted in a series of games known to t...
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ALBUM REVIEW – The Jungle Giants

‘Learn To Exist’ Reviewer: Melina Scarfo The Jungle Giants have steadily been making their way up in the indie pop scene since 2011. These four Brisbane youngsters have put in the hard yards working towards th...
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ALBUM REVIEW – Fantasyland

Summer Is ComingWith the weather in Adelaide still dragging everyone down with it, it is surprisingly refreshing to listen to an album that is reminiscent of Summer, of love, fantastic dreams and headaches. Pro...