Cannoli & Co : A Review

By Christine Tsimbis. Tuesdays are always more satisfying when I decide to go to Cannoli & Co with my friend – a long awaited treat after just finishing the first semester of my second year at Monash University. This gem of a cafe resides in Pinewood Village at Mount Waverley, and it also provides a […]

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Ghost : Prequelle

Posted by Christine Tsimbis. Ghost has always been an enigma, shrouded in mystery considering there were never any featured band members. However, Tobias Forge recently drew open that curtain, revealing his identity as the creator behind the band. He had also appointed Cardinal Copia as the vocalist, who features on Ghost’s new album ‘Prequelle’. Opener […]

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J. Cole : KOD

Posted by Christine Tsimbis. Since the raging success of ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ in 2016, J. Cole has been on a contemplative journey. He has now just released ‘KOD’, which is a complex and experimental work of art, laced with intricate twists that ruminate over the crippling combination of addiction and fame on identity. While […]

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Escape The Fate : I Am Human

Posted by Beat Magazine. Escape The Fate dig deep into their vulnerable selves to project a cathartic work of art that presents their emotional maturity. I Am Human is raw and riveting, taking the listener through the twists and turns of a dark and immersive journey. Opener ‘Beautifully Tragic’ resonates with pure metalcore bliss and […]

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Film review: A Moment In The Reeds

Posted by Christine Tsimbis. A Moment In The Reeds is an endearing romantic story about two men from different walks of life bonding together over a summer in Finland. The protagonist, Leevi, has been studying literature in Paris for a few years, but returns back to his father’s holiday house in Finland to help him […]

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