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Interview: King Colour

Interview: King Colour

Kenneth Liong sat down with Sydney psychedelic rock band King Colour to talk about their origins, starting a record label, and hosting their own parties. Watch or read the interview below! How did you guys come to be a band? Josh: Liam and I were at a party, and we …

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Blitz Interviews : The Bear Pack

By Jeeves Verma Award-winning Sydney improv duo The Bear Pack (Barry Award-nominated Steen Raskopoulos & Carlo Ritchie) will perform an exclusive one-night only show at the Enmore Theatre on Thursday December 14, fresh from a sold-out Edinburgh Fringe season. Raskopoulos (Whose Line Is It Anyway Australia, BBC’s Top Coppers) and Ritchie (The Checkout) will be accompanied by Ange …

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Rainy Day Rom Coms

Summer is known for being sunny, but there always seems to be one inevitably stormy day. Fear not, we have you covered for when the weather foils your plans. Grab some snacks and a mug of hot chocolate for these binge-worthy and re-watchable rom-coms to brighten up your day. Bride …

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Review: Justice League

Review: Justice League

*This review is spoiler free!* Boy, oh boy. Where to begin. I was lucky enough to be able to attend the Sydney premiere of DC’s latest film Justice League. Of course if you know anything about the Justice League you’ll know what the film is about, but for those of you …

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Review: Drake @ Qudos Bank Arena

Review: Drake @ Qudos Bank Arena

Buying tickets to see Drake was a very last minute decision. Not because I didn’t want to see the amazingly talented (and good looking) Canadian live, but because I was poor and general admission tickets were over $200. But alas, after being pressured by my friends, tickets were ours within …

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Album Review: Wild Honey’s In Your Head

If you’re looking for a straightforward, sterile, bubble-gum pop album masquerading as indie, you’ve come to the wrong place. It doesn’t take a genius to hear the depth in Wild Honey’s signature sound. While the Australian local-music scene has offered up some convincingly retro, yet nevertheless diluted, attempts at replicating …

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Ronny Chieng Talks Comedy, Politics, and Racism

Ronny Chieng Talks Comedy, Politics, and Racism

Albert Lin recently sat down with international comedian, Ronny Chieng to talk politics, racism, and comedy. Fun. Is satire dead in Trump’s America? Straight to the hard hitting question. No hello? How was your day? Is satire dead? I mean, in some ways, yes, and some ways, no. Reality is catching …

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Tunes For Finals

Tunes For Finals

Final exams begin this week which means every single UNSW student will (at some point) be internally screaming. But don’t worry! These relatable tunes will give you the motivation to stop your procrastination and make you dance your way through your finals. ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)’- The Proclaimers ‘Just …

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Star Wars: An Even Newer Hope

Star Wars: An Even Newer Hope

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week or so, you probably would have seen all the hype surrounding the trailer and the (soonish) release of the latest Star Wars instalment; Star Wars: The Last Jedi. If you’re as much of a Star Wars fan as I …

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Review: Infidelity and Enlightenment, NUTS

We all know how it goes – you put a dysfunctional group of family and friends in a room until they all tell their life story, fight, hate each other, and then eventually resolve their problems. It’s a common play type, and NUTS’ latest show Infidelity and Enlightenment nails the …

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Review: Happy Death Day

Review: Happy Death Day

By Edmund Cheng Happy Death Day follows Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe), an American College Student, who finds herself stuck in a daily time-loop (causing her to relive the day she dies, over and  over again, to no avail). Plot concept sound familiar? It hints at the iconic 1993 comedy Groundhog …

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

Review: Blade Runner 2049

One of the most anticipated movies of the year. A highly guarded press tour left critics in the dark and saw its stars struggling to get through interviews. Each trailer giving away less information than the last. With all this secretiveness, there’s just one main question: does Blade Runner 2049 …

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Keeping Up With Kris Jenner

Keeping Up With Kris Jenner

Once upon a time, there was a family called The Kardashians. In this family, there was a mother, Kris, and five little girls: Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie. They would become the most watched famous family in the history of reality television. While the spotlight shines on the girls, …

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Interview: Paces

Interview: Paces

Gold Coast producer Paces (aka Mikey Perry) has had a massive 2017 so far. His single ‘Savage’ cracked seven million Spotify streams in just nine months and he’s about to embark on a huge Australian tour. Most importantly, he became a dad to what is possibly the world’s cutest baby …

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Review: Old Crow Medicine Show, 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde

By Noah Johnson To attempt celebrating a masterpiece by recreating it, is certainly not an easy feat. It is easy to find bland and almost identical movie sequels or exaggerated covers of songs throughout the pop culture canon. In attempting to recreate Bob Dylan’s 1966 album, Blonde on Blonde, the …

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DJ Tigerlily

Interview: Tigerlily

DJ, Producer, Passion Maker and Full Time Lover, Tigerlily talks how far she’s come from her very first single Zombie to her most recent single Ashes, finding time for herself, Sydney’s shitty lockout laws and more. WATCH the full interview below.

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Reflections on The Bachelorette

Reflections on The Bachelorette

I’ll be the first to admit that I love reality television. Keeping Up With The Kardashians? Love it. The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills. Amazing. Big Brother? My favourite show growing up. So you can imagine, that when it was announced that Sophie Monk would be the next Bachelorette I was insanely excited. …

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What to Watch, Mid-Sem Style

What to Watch, Mid-Sem Style

As summer starts to roll in and we head towards the full swing of finals, the heat is on. So take the mid-sem break to chill out and re-energise with these futuristic fantasies. Here’s what to watch, mid-sem style. Limitless Ever dreamt of having perfect recall and amazing productivity? Solving …

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Wacky Celebrity Conspiracy Theories

Wacky Celebrity Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories make us question everything, from the food we eat to the actions of our government but perhaps most interesting of all, are conspiracies about those we know and love, celebrities. RIP Paul McCartney According to a group of American college students from Drake University in Iowa, The Beatles …

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Review: Crackers, Sydney Fringe Festival

Review: Crackers, Sydney Fringe Festival

Mental illness is an area some entertainers shy away from. This is not the case with Crackers, the latest production by the Bite Production Theatre collective. This black comedy takes an unflinching look at Bipolar disorder, written by Georgina Adamson, a theatre-maker who was recently diagnosed. Five acquaintances are trapped …

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Movie Review: My Cousin Rachel

Review: My Cousin Rachel

Are you a fan of the Regency period? Do you believe somebody is out to kill you and take all of your money? If you answered yes,  My Cousin Rachel is the film for you. The film is set in the 1800’s, on the cusp of women’s rising independence. The story …

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Blitz’s Blind Dates: Episode 2

Blitz’s Blind Dates: Episode 2

Will they go on a second date? Will they find true love? Or will they just stay friends? Join Cindy and Kev in Episode 2 of Blitz’s Blind Dates series as they embark on a mission to find love. Stay tuned for the next episode!

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Interview: Harry and Nash

Interview: Harry and Nash

We chatted to Blitz Radio’s founding fathers, Harry and Nash about bringing their killer history podcast Before You Were Born to the stage this week at Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival!  Live Shows Red Rattler Theatre: 14th of September @ 7.30pm GET TICKETS! The Factory Theatre: 23rd of September @ 5.45pm …

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Valerian: Review

Review: Valerian

The Fifth Element is one of my favourite films of all time. So, it’s no surprise that I was excited to see Valerian, not only because of the cool visuals shown in the trailer but also because of the creativity of the concept of a city made up of a thousand …

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Review: Lip Service – Ensemble Theatre

Having seen War Paint on Broadway earlier this year, I definitely jumped at the opportunity to see John Misto’s Lip Service at the Ensemble Theatre this month. Both shows centre around the lives and times of make up moguls Helena Rubenstein and Elizabeth Arden, and show their businesses rise and …

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Lostkeyz

Lostkeyz

From Melbourne, to the mighty Gong, to Canberra, Lostkeyz has taken his self-titled EP tour all over Australia and is performing up a storm. Lostkeyz AKA Doron Losky is set for one more stop on this tour, his home town, Sydney! Playing alongside the likes of CLEWS, Kirklandd and Cheapskate, …

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