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Hannah Gadsby | Nanette

BY Will Cook

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​Odin Malchik | The Hard Way

Perth solo artist Odin Malchik is cooking up a unique serving of psychedelic Bedroom Pop bursting with brilliance and bound to catapult him towards a massive audience.

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Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential

Kitchen Confidential is essentially Bourdain’s autobiography. Written while he was still working ‘the line,’ he’d get up at five or six in the morning, light up a smoke and start tying.

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City Calm Down

Mix a sugar and spice configuration of all your favourite musical icons, including The Cure, The National and Joy Division. Put these ingredients into an oven safe bowl and bake it on high, and there emerges City Calm Down.

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Terror Nullius

Australia isn’t just a smiling Crocodile Dundee in the outback, or the bikini clad white girls watching surfers in Puberty Blues. It’s a country, Soda_Jerk argues, which enables and promotes racism, sexism and misogyny, and we deserve to be called out on

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Less

Tragic, whimsical anti-hero alert. This Pulitzer Winner is all about love and loss in the 21st Century.

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Thundamentals | I Miss You

Local hip-hop trio Thundamentals are celebrating a decade together, and with their upcoming album being titled ‘Decade of the Thundakat’, nostalgia has become a prevalent theme for the group.

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Curve Ball

This is the 3rd year that Vivid, Fuzzy, Motorik, Carriageworks, and a handful of EDM artists have teamed up to create a spectacularly stimulating festival of lights and sounds. If you find yourself headed to Curve Ball next year, be prepared to have your

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PLTS | Maelstrom

...we're given a deep dive into an introspective and deep tune showing off PLTS's signature down-to-earth lyrics, honest feelings of hiding away under the water.

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Priscilla, Queen of the Desert | The Musical

1994’s The Adventures of Pricilla, Queen of the Desert is a timeless, glitter soaked classic for many reasons.

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Goodnight Wombalicorn

Rachel Anne Buch is a Sydney based artist and graduate of the National Art School. Originally working in ceramics, her practice has developed to focus on soft sculpture and textiles.

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The Miseducation of Cameron Post

What the audience gleans from the story is this: grown-up people like to dictate to growing-up people the definitions of right and wrong, but there comes a time for young people to consider moral matters for themselves.

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The Kindergarten Teacher

The Kindergarten Teacher tells the story of Lisa Spinelli, an experienced kindergarten teacher and mediocre poetry student, who suddenly discovers that her 5-year-old student Jimmy is a poetic prodigy.

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Oceans 8

​Donning her majestically ageless face, Sandra Bullock returns to screens with all the glamour of an A-List film star ready to steals viewers’ hearts with an inoffensive and eventually forgettable comedy.

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Solange

At the age of 24 I have finally found what (who) I want to be when I grow up. It's Solange Knowles.

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Solo: A Star Wars Story

Why is the new Han Solo film tanking in the box office and how do we do treat this monster franchise?

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Belle & Sebastian

Last Saturday night, the indie fangirl from my frizzy haired, gawky teenage years died in me when I got the chance to see Belle & Sebastian up close and personal at their Sydney Opera House gig. As an avid listener of the band throughout high school, it f

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Alice Tovey

Towards one corner, Alice Tovey stands in a tan, knee-length coat and shining black liquid latex pants. Her signature red-heart ‘Tovey’ earrings swing and her sapphire lined eyes sparkle as she sips at her cup of ‘bitter man-tears’.

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Carmen: Live Or Dead

In Carmen’s (Natale Gamsu) prefatory words, she tells the audience something to the power of: “Tonight, I am here to entertain you, and I am here to die.” She does both of those with vivacity, eccentricity, and without apology.

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Groovin' the Moo

Groovers get behind a beautifully diverse line-up this year while the first ever pill-testing facility to target unsafe drugs being used at festivals. All in all, a moo-velous day.

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Annihilation

Along with Fight Club (David Fincher) and A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick,) Annihilation is one of only three movies I’d recommend watching before reading the book.

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I Feel Pretty

Have you ever had that moment when you’re striding down the street purposefully, thinking super-important thoughts, carrying your morning choice beverage and feeling damn good?

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KARD

Get to know the KPOP group KARD who will be touring in Australia and at our university!

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Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary is an independent rom-com about dealing with those ‘grass is always greener’ existential crises that we’ve all had, where you question all the decisions you’ve made, and everything you have, because of the slight of chance that something

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Crumpler

Don’t be put off by its strange folds and clips, the Crumpler Propeller might not have the usual shape you’d expect in a backpack, but it’s a storage powerhouse for any student that needs easy accessibility, in a cool, comfortable style!

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Rickey Gervais | Humanity

Ricky Gervais’ new stand up special Humanity, currently on Netflix, is a provocatively hilarious and thoughtful show about offensive comedy.

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Single Asian Female

When Lady Bird aired earlier this year, women all over the world fell in love with it for its painfully accurate representation of mother-daughter relationships.

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Masterclass

Terrence McNally’s Masterclass, currently showing at the Sydney Opera House is a poignant show about the craft of making it in showbiz.

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Red Sparrow

I have never walked out of a cinema before. In fact, in nearly 21 years of movie watching, I cannot recall a time when a film has left me feeling nauseous, shaking and violently angry.

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Sydney City Limits

7.3/10: back to back bangers without a minute's reprieve. Hot fresh and spicy, but guilty of all the classic festival tropes – expensive, densely scheduled, sound bleed between stages.

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Justice League

Boy, oh boy. Where to begin. I was lucky enough to be able to attend the Sydney premiere of DC’s latest film Justice League. Of course if you know anything about the Justice League you’ll know what the film is about, but for those of you who live under th

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Drake | Boy Meets World Tour

Buying tickets to see Drake was a very last minute decision. Not because I didn’t want to see the amazingly talented (and good looking) Canadian live, but because I was poor and general admission tickets were over $200.

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Wild Honey | In Your Head

If you’re looking for a straightforward, sterile, bubble-gum pop album masquerading as indie, you’ve come to the wrong place.

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Sydney Fringe Fest | Crackers

​ Mental illness is an area some entertainers shy away from. This is not the case with Crackers, the latest production by the Bite Production Theatre collective.

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The Last Five Years

‘The Last 5 Years’ is a story about two people in love, but it is so much more than just a love story.

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Valerian

The Fifth Element is one of my favorite films of all time. So, it’s no surprise that I was excited to see Valerian, not only because of the cool visuals shown in the trailer but also because of the creativity of the concept of a city made up of a thousand

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The Other Side of the World

When I first saw the cover of this novel by Stephanie Bishop, I immediately thought of fairy floss.

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Boo Seeka

Last week “hip-hop-psych-soul” duo Boo Seeka made their big album debut with the in equal parts soothing and energetic record, Never Too Soon.

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My Cousin Rachel

Are you a fan of the Regency period? Do you believe somebody is out to kill you and take all of your money?

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