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Set in the zombie-apocalyptic wasteland of outback Australia, Kiah and Tristanâ€™s genre-bending twists on the zombie flick are as unique as they are Australian.
It’s been a busy year for Husky. After releasing their highly anticipated new albumÂ Ruckers Hill,Â the band have made a string of headline and festival appearances to crowds new and old, the intimacy of their live shows and soulful lyrics making for a moving and ultimately enthralling performance.
So when frontman Husky Gawenda sat down in a small, but thankfully air-conditioned backroom at Woodford Folk Festival, it was with a degree of restraint that I managed to keep the chorus of ‘History’s Door’ firmly under my breath.Â
2014 has been a breakout year for local Brisbane bandÂ WAAXÂ and their brand ofÂ punk-inspired rock ‘n’ roll. They’ve played with some of the big guns of the industry, includingÂ StonefieldÂ andÂ Guitarwolf, are about to commence on their first interstate tour, and won Triple J Unearthed’s Bigsound Competition. Creative Drinks caught up with WAAX drummer Tom to talk about the bands year and the upcoming tour they embark on this December
Have you ever gone for a spray tan and wondered “what on earth should I be wearing?!” Us, too. But finally, the answer is here: Kaf.Tanned. Kaf.TannedÂ provides a range of gorgeous and affordable kaftans which are the perfect post-tan solution to keep you looking stylish and your tan looking flawless.
For the past 15 years the Melbourne Underground Film Festival has run parallel to the government funded MIFF, screening their fill of local independent film talent. We had a chat with director and founder Richard Wolstencroft to see whatâ€™s on in this yearâ€™s festival.
Australian actor Christie Whelan-Browne is set to perform the leading role in Britney Spears: The Cabaret at Brisbane Powerhouse this month.
The Oxford dictionary defines a creative person as being in the production of artistic work. If you are the artist, architect, designer, philosopher, magician,Â sleuth, or adventurer, then you are the new creative.
Shane Shepherd is a self-taught Brisbane wedding photographer who grew up by the sea. His dreamy, analogue-inspired photographs capture a unique sense of warmth, peace and intimacy, of a precious moment that makes you feel like you have experienced it yourself.