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On the Road... with Julian from Greenthief

Brisbane band Greenthief.

We chat to Julian from Greenthief about getting enough H2O and being an air force pilot...


WIN TICKETS! On the Road ... with Paulie from the Justice Crew


Paulie from Justice Crew talks about relaxing, singing karaoke and Janet Jackson.


Illy's lawman rebellion


Erika Bacon There's no pretence or bravado when you're talking to Melbourne-based MC Illy.

Blues & Roots

John Butler Trio leaves the fat in


Arne Sjostedt The man who likes to be seen as more than just the million-dollar hippie wants to take things into fleshier territory.


5 Seconds of Summer hit No. 2 in US album charts

5 Seconds Of Summer (L-R) Robert Hemmings and Ashton Irwin.

SARAH THOMAS Aussie teen sensation 5 Seconds of Summer continue to storm ahead in the world domination stakes.

Contemporary folk

Old Man Luedecke, an oldie but a goodie


Kate Kingsmill Old Man Luedecke knows that his instrument of choice, the banjo, is not for everybody.

Tuned In

Personality clashes make Public Enemy magic


Simon Tatz Last month, I caught Public Enemy on their whistle-stop Australian tour marking 27 years in the game.


Anchorman 2 review: Legend returns as macho dopes skewer male privilege

Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate in <i>Anchorman 2</i>.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

JAKE WILSON Like most modern Hollywood comedies, the Anchorman films are premised on the spectacle of grown men acting like little boys.

Reader reviews 5

American Hustle review: Big cons, big hair, a big success


Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

PAUL BYRNES This loosely based-on-fact telling of the Abscam scandal from the late 1970s is as good as anything director David O. Russell has ever done.

Reader reviews 4

Ender's Game review: Tech kids take over in game of drones

Ender's Game film.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

PHILIPPA HAWKER A sci-fi parable that raises interesting points about militarism, aggression, family dynamics, media manipulation and technology – without ever quite capturing the imagination.

Reader reviews 4

Opinion & Review

Wake Owl - The Private World of Paradise album review


Arne Sjostedt Musically, Wake Owl plays a laid-back indie-folky, up-to-date sound.

Sex on Toast - Sex on Toast album review


Kate Kingsmill The outrageous stage antics of this sexually charged nine-piece band have been thrilling Melbourne.

Asgeir - In the Silence album review


James Baldwin Newcomer Asgeir has come to the English-speaking world with his latest release.

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Fly by night

The Billy Bragg concert

Scenes from the Billy Bragg concert at the Canberra Theatre

Ashley Feraude at The Loft

Ashley Feraude at The Loft on March 9, 2014.

Birds of Tokyo

Birds of Tokyo performed at UC Refectory on February 13.


Timomatic thrilled the crowd at the Multicultural Festival.

Cat Power

Cat Power plays at the Canberra Street Theatre.

Jessica Mauboy

Crowds gather to see Jessica Mauboy perform at the AIS Arena.

Unknown Landscapes Tour

Unknown Landscapes Tour at Smiths Alternative Bookshop.

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