Nickelback wound back the clock to 2005 delivering Melbourne all their classic hits and more

Posted by Beat Magazine. They had the crowd absolutely sizzling. Rod Laver Arena was raging with excitement as Bad Wolves kicked things off with an electrifying opening set. They finished their gig with their cover of The Cranberries’ classic ‘Zombie’, which was the track that had initially catapulted them into the spotlight. People were then […]

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Dead Girls Academy: Alchemy

Posted by Christine Tsimbis. A new chapter has begun for Michael Orlando, who has been through quite the ordeal. After a horrific bus accident that almost took his life, Orlando spent three long years trying to recover and seize his life back, fuelled by the dream of creating a new band. Dead Girls Academy was born with the […]

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Cannoli & Co : A Review

Posted 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 […]

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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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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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