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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: 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.”

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Sufjan Stevens: Carrie & Lowell

Taking a different direction from his previously electronic-dominated sound, Carrie & Lowell sinks into acoustic and layered vocal/synth combos, slowly blooming to Steven’s trademark musical catharsis.”


Review: Cliché Exhibition

A perfect lemon soufflé, but avoid the escargot.


Connan Mockasin: Caramel [Special edition]

“The album is equally playful and lazy, with jazzy guitars slowing each tune and some slippery vocals to make us blush.”


Djuki Mala (The Chooky Dancers)

bustling with energy and originality


Dave Bloustien: The Tinder Profile of Dorian Gray

“like a family reunion with more laughs”

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Gorilla Jones: Third in the First World

“Adelaide’s Gorilla Jones is bringing back the 70s’ funk. All aboard the soul train!”

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Nite Fields: Depersonalisation

Venzin’s voice barely makes it out of bed in Come Down while the dark, echoing guitars of the track move around each of his drug induced demons.”