Reviews

Review: Under the Sun (Mark Pritchard)

  By Aaron Taverniti   Warp Records has been on somewhat of a hot streak so far in 2016. Mark Pritchard’s first LP for the label follows two stellar efforts from his countrymen: Bibio’s A Mineral Love, and Clark’s piercing soundtrack to the trans-European crime thriller mini-series, The Last Panthers. …

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Review: A Moon Shaped Pool (Radiohead)

By Emma Donaldson This album is like walking up the stairs with a full cup of coffee and thinking there’s another stair in the flight when there’s not. It’s that hopeless millisecond in which you spill your coffee on the ankles of your jeans, as your foot falls through an …

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Review: Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera @ Art Gallery NSW

By Liliana Maria Occhiuto   The Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera exhibition was truly a sight to behold. For any Frida freaks out there, this was an experience that can be described as nothing less than cathartic. The exhibition is one that opens with Frida Kahlo’s iconic self-portrait Diego on …

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Review: All My Sons @ Sydney Theatre Company

By Toby Walmsley Playwright: Arthur Miller “I’m his father and he’s my son, and if there’s something bigger than that, I’ll put a bullet in my head!” – Joe Keller Set just after the Second World War, All My Sons follows the tensions of the Keller family. Joe Keller (John Howard) …

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Review: Stoner (John Williams)

By Michael Fungy   When you ask a person who their favourite American author is, they may say names like Kerouac, Hemingway, Steinbeck or F. Scott Fitzgerald. But if you were to say John Williams, nobody would have a clue. In 1965, the novel Stoner was published, and received moderate …

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Review: Good Grief (Lucius)

By Liliana Occhiuto Lucius is an ensemble that can be described as powerful, modern and undoubtedly hypnotic. With the modern music scene being overwhelmed by synthesised and overly processed sounds – Lucius’ latest efforts are a Godsend for anybody wanting a change in tone. The rich harmonies continuously present within …

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