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Real History of Science Fiction

This September, a new documentary series will go where no man has gone before (well, SBS ONE).


Review: PappaRich

It’s fun, tasty food and the affordability means you can order a whole bunch of different dishes to share – and with 160 to choose from, chances are you’ll find something you like.


Crookers: Sixteen Chapel

“While the album refashions a religious European site for its name, there isn’t much sacred about its listening experience.”


Action Bronson: Mr. Wonderful

“Bronson has churned out a 13-track record featuring the retro-soul of previous EP’s, while spitting tired raps into more lazy edits.”

Andy Bull

REVIEW: Andy Bull, The Gov

“The appeal of Andy Bull is broad for a reason and his live show is incredibly slick.”


East India Youth: Culture of Volume

“At worst, it might be obnoxious. At best, it’s a very interesting album.”


Review: La Boca Bar and Grill, North Terrace

While barramundi sounds tempting and there are a few non-meat options on the menu, here it seems kind of like going to McDonalds and ordering a salad.

Purity Ring

Purity Ring: Another Entity

“Another Entity works its way through a loveless yet lustful reality.”


Review: Bononia, North Adelaide

Ugo Capasso, owner of Bononia, studied at Bologna’s gelato university, so you know this is going to be good.

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REVIEW: Augie March, Her Majesty’s Theatre

“The music of Augie March has an autumnal feel around it. It is bittersweet; it is mournful yet hopeful.”