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Friday 13 November 2015
Arts Theatre

carmen sweet: review

Bridget Conway
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For two days only, Expressions Dance Company brought their latest production of Carmen Sweet to the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta. As part of a national tour of the simple yet evocative production, the short stint in Parramatta proved fruitful with a packed house and a satisfied audience. I had a chat with the Artistic Director…
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Wednesday 22 July 2015
Arts Music

rubber soul revolver: interview with husky gawenda

Bridget Conway
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The Beatles – just saying the name of this iconic band makes my spine tingle. To this day The Beatles continue to inspire music lovers and music newbies alike across the globe. I grew up with them as an integral part of my daily life, and have since tattooed two of their songs onto my…
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Wednesday 14 August 2013
Arts Featured Music

interview: fun machine

Marissa Paine
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There was a time when Fun Machine was Canberra’s best kept secret. Not anymore, it seems, with the four-piece carting their sex-pop (plus glitter, lycra, facepaint) up and down the country for a series of shows promoting their new single, Naked Body. Naked Body sends a pretty clear message: celebrate yourself, because you’re beautiful.  It’s…
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Thursday 10 May 2012
Music

10 brian jonestown massacre songs you need to hear

Britt Chatburn
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Notorious 60s garage-psych revival band, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, are hitting our shores again for the first time since early 2010, promoting their latest album Aufheben. To celebrate and educate we have compiled a listed of BJM’s, top ten tracks (as we see it) that everyone should know before heading to a gig near you….
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Friday 13 January 2012
Music

interview: thee oh sees

Dunja Kay
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Speaking to Brigid Dawson of Thee Oh Sees is one of the oddest, and yet most enjoyable interviews I’ve ever done. It kind of feels like being on a first date, where you’re interested in what they’re saying, and they’re polite and informative, but it’s not until you hit on that magic question that brings…
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Monday 17 October 2011
Film

the filthy world of john waters

Kimberley Thomson
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A 300 pound transvestite is violently caressed by a giant lobster. A troupe of merry acid freaks parade about a cardboard city in the backwaters of Baltimore. A demented gang captures an aging movie star and they then force her to perform in their trashy films. A teenage rebel discovers the joy of drinking his…
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