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After the surprise success of 2012â€™s Benji, Sun Kil Moon has returned with an album that doubles down on all its predecessorâ€™s idiosyncrasies. With Universal Themes songwriter Mark Kozelek stretches eight hypnotic songs across an hour, packing them with exhaustive amounts of detail about everything from mortality to where he parked on a given day.
A Melbourne winter can be confusing. Rain, hail or shine, the Queen Victoria Winter Night Market has got it down pat. All about celebrating some of Melbourneâ€™s most talented artists and performers as well as Melbourneâ€™s diverse and delicious tastes, the winter market is the place to be Wednesday evenings.
Grace and FrankieÂ is a single camera sitcom built on a simple premise: Thirty minutes with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin is always time well spent.
Part of Netflixâ€™s growing library of original content (includingÂ House of Cards,Â BloodlineÂ and this primary coloured nightmare) …
With years of experience as a publicity specialist and presenter/producer on community radio, Vivan Vo has hatched PR firm Small Fry. Specialising in radio and online publicity for bands, Small Fry is a Melbourne based company with a passionate music …
Stones Corner Festival celebrates the Stones Corner community and brings together food, craft beer and entertainment in one big street party. The World Food Markets is a gathering of global flavours and gourmet food trucks held in various locations across Brisbane.
“WOMANz” had me kicking myself for not seeing this show earlier. After rave reviews during last year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival and buzzing word of mouth, I was finally able to catch Tessa Waters at the Town Hall on a miserable …
The team at Creative Drinks is putting together another networking event on Thursday the 19th of March for Brisbane creatives and professionals and we would love all of you to attend!
Kaylene Langford, the founder, brains and inquisitive mind behind StartUp Creative, a Gold Coast based company shares with Creative Drinks the perils and successes of encouraging young professionals to follow their entrepreneurial dreams.
Brisbane’s music scene is about to receive a new addition to its list, The Foundry.Â A performing arts venue and creative hub with a hostel that will give inspiring musos direct contact with booking agents, community radio, managers and recording space.
For the next month Brisbane City Council will bring us Brisbanites a hub of cultural degustation that will have us seeing, tasting and experiencing the delights of Asia.
Incorporated into the city and surrounding suburbs, BrisAsia Festival will be held for the month of February to celebrate our diverse Asian cultural connections.