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Posted On August 10, 2017By jbeavisIn Events, Music

Seattle Sounds For Scholarship Funds

Grunge just doesn’t go away and fair enough too. The sound that birthed from those Seattle bands such as Nirvana, Mudhoney, Alice In Chains and Pearl Jam. And neither does education. So when it came down to raising funds for Music Industry College’s scholarship fund there were plenty of former and current students plus friends and associates who have put their hands up to help out and celebrate the Seattle sound at the same time. And it all goes down on Friday night, August 11. Bands include and tickets areRead More
We’ve heard of Donald Trump, Theresa May, Malcolm Turnbull, but what about Angela Merkel? With the G20 being all over the news in the preceding months and Trump all over the news for the wrong reasons, Merkel has been a stand out figure, so who is she? What should we know about Angela Merkel? Political reporter CLAIRE WEBBY digs deep. The leader of Germany has been the topic of discussion on the internet as of recently, with a video of her rolling her eyes when in a conversation with VladimirRead More

Posted On August 3, 2017By jbeavisIn Reviews, Uncategorized

Oh what a Splendid weekend in Byron!!

Our Splendour In The Grass reporter MARIAH JAEGER recently recovered enough from SITG flu to file her report on one of the biggest music festivals of the calendar. One of the highlights for the year, Splendour In The Grass, has come and gone leaving attendees with many highlights, and others with much expected FOMO. The weekend brought some of the world’s best artists to Australia accompanied by food, fashion and beauty tents to offer some of byron’s best picks. Let’s take a look at some of the best moments fromRead More
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Posted On August 1, 2017By jbeavisIn Rants, Reviews, Television, Uncategorized

Please don’t reboot Charmed

TV writer RHIANNON POPE takes a look back at cult 90s/00s TV show Charmed and why it doesn’t need a prequel reboot. Charmed was a television show in 1998 to 2006 following three/four sister who find out they’re witches destined to fight demons and other things that go bump in the night. Similarly to Buffy The Vampire Slayer the show was big on girl power and women in control but it also promoted the power of family and sisterhood which is why the Charmed reboot in the works is A Giant Mistake!!!!! Prue, Piper,Read More

Posted On July 28, 2017By bwoodIn Events

It’s an SK party!

SK TV writer RHIANNON POPE puts on her rants pants about TV shows that don’t seem to know much about their fans. As you might have guessed I really like television. Telling a story over years gives the writers more of a chance to develop and grow the story. But…. there are a lot of times when someone in the crew be it actors, directors or writer have lapses in judgment. To fix this issue i’ve created a new job! The fan consultant. The fan consultant is a T.V fanRead More

Posted On July 20, 2017By jbeavisIn Tours, Uncategorized

Splendid weekend!

One of the biggest Australian festivals kick off round about now! And we do have one of our scribes MARIAH JAEGER heading there so look out for some of her stories. Splendour In The Grass. Over 32 500 keen attendees will be organising their set lists  and will be getting ready to celebrate under the Byron Bay sun. Over 100 acts will be playing across 4 stages with plenty of food and Byron’s best places to shop in between. Some of the best acts of the weekend should be AustralianRead More

Posted On July 20, 2017By jbeavisIn Music

SITG Interview: Hockey Dad

Splendour In The Grass reporter MARIAH JAEGER spoke to Hockey Dad drummer Billy Fleming prior to playing at the mega-festival this weekend. SK: How does it feel playing one of Australia’s biggest festivals and have you got anything special planned for your set? Yeah it’s gunna be mental hey! Heaps of mates are playing so it’ll be sick. We’ve got a few things up our sleeve. Will involve blood. SK: You are currently on tour as the main support for Grinspoon. What are some of your favourite parts of touring andRead More
Every now and then it is good to revisit those books that pass you by. BREE COYNE looks at Eleanor and Park. So I’ve been wanting to read Eleanor and Park for a while. Partially because it’s one of the most highly recommended books that have been suggested to me. But another reason I’ve wanted to read is because who wouldn’t want to read a book by someone called Rainbow Rowell?! After a long time of eyeing it off in the bookstore when I buy my weight in books, I finallyRead More

Posted On July 19, 2017By bwoodIn Uncategorized

Kurt’s not but Grunge is Back

Dust off the flanno and ripped jeans cause we’re going to party like it’s 1992. August 11 // The Zoo // The Eagle Junction // Bixby Canyon // Friendlyfire // Cold Pie // $10 // 8pm  Read More