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    Game Review: Ghosts of Tsushima

    Ghosts of Tsushima is a really fun open world experience with truly breathtaking natural environments and brilliant fighting gameplay. Right from the beginning, the game begs for you to explore its vibrant and dense open world. There are so many…

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    Film Review: Babyteeth

    ‘Babyteeth’ is an emotional journey that is unsettling and deeply moving. Firstly, the films camerawork feels claustrophobic. It closes in on its lead characters with intense close ups shots. This technique coupled with the films regular use of hand-held camerawork perfectly…

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    Film Review: La Belle Époque

    What a marvellous and vibrant film! This was the first film I’ve seen at Sydney’s French Film Festival and what a way to start. The craftsmanship behind this whole film is amazing! Superb acting all round and an outstanding direction…

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    Album Review: Blu & Exile – Miles

    I have mixed feelings overall about ‘Miles’. The album features some absolutely excellent tracks with great flows and killer production. However, it also drags a lot in its hour and a half runtime. For every song that’s really good, there’s…

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    Album Review: 100 gecs – 1000 gecs and The Tree of Clues

    100 gecs are confirmed the future of music. This new remix album only solidifies that. Some of the reworked material here, particularly that which has been done by Dylan Brady and Laura Les themselves, are actually better than their originals.…

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    Film Review: The Invisible Man

    ‘The Invisible Man’ is a very enjoyable horror/ thriller from Leigh Whannell. It features some really cool sequences, especially during the second half of the film. Plus, it is interesting learning more and more about Cecilia’s situation and who exactly…

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    EP Review: Kai Whiston – No World Eternal

    ‘No World Eternal’ was a surprise new EP to see from Kai Whiston. I was a big fan of his debut album ‘Kai Whiston Bitch’, however I struggled to enjoy his second solo record ‘No World As Good As Mine’.…

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    Classic Audio Album Review: The Jam – All Mod Cons

    Check out this in depth track by track album appreciation review with Retropopic Radio’s Neil Saint & writer Gareth Ashton on The Jam’s 3rd studio album All Mod Cons. Released in 1978 by Polydor Records. The title, a British idiom…

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    Film Review: A White, White Day

    ‘A White, White Day’ seems to be a film focusing on two narratives. The first is the narrative of the grandfather and his granddaughter. The second being the narrative of the grandfather dealing with the loss of his wife. These…

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    Album Review: Keiynan Lonsdale – Rainbow Boy

    Louis Futon’s funky production mixed with Keiynan Lonsdale’s super vibrant vocals make ‘Rainbow Boy’ one of the year’s most enjoyable LP’s. You can tell just by listening to this album that the people behind it had heaps of fun putting…