For fans of Star Wars, any drip of information about the latest upcoming epic in the long-running fantasy franchise is valuable. A concept photo released by the studio shows a charred Darth Vader helmet; a pretty good indicator that everyone’s favourite villain will most likely not be making a full-form appearance in the first of the upcoming trilogy.
In true Eminem fashion, the rapper-songwriter has uploaded a 3-second Instagram video revealing the edgy artwork for his upcoming album Shady XV.
In the short but silent clip, Eminem flips a card with a ‘Friday the 13th’ horror- story-esque motif which will work as the cover art for his much-anticipated ‘best of’ record’. The album will be a two-disc set and will celebrate the 15th anniversary of Eminem’s record label, Shady Records.
In a video that has gone viral overnight, a Georgian-hunter by the name of Casey Sanders has come across a straggling TomorrowWorld party-goer wandering naked and dazed on his property.
The surprised hunter has filmed the occurrence on a mobile camera and is heard to approach and quiz the naked trespasser. The lone figure is believed to be a leftover from the electronic festival which ended four days before the incident.
It’s been a tumultuous year for all of those involved with Australia’s favorite traveling festival Big Day Out. After the original sale of the company and the shock announcement in June 2014 of the festival’s indefinite future, the rumour mill continues to churn with word that event powerhouse Live Nation Entertainment may want a piece of the pie.
Global superstar Miley Cyrus brings her Bangerz Tour to Madame Tussauds Sydney for a limited time! Miley will be joining a star-studded cast of other world famous female artists like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Rhianna and Kylie Minogue.
The interactive Miley set includes a wrecking ball for fans to star in the famous ‘Wrecking Ball’ music video.
It appears that Daniel Radcliffe just can’t stay away from the world of witchcraft, wizardry and magic after this week’s announcement of his upcoming role in Now You See Me 2. Radcliffe will be a welcomed newcomer to the already jam-packed all-star cast, including fellow luminaries Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco.
Florida-based rockers Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are back for another round of Aussie gigs; though this time things are looking to get a little more intimate. The US five-piece, who haven’t been in the country since 2013, are ensuring no fans miss out in the latest wash of gigs and will kick off the tour in Brisbane on Thursday the 4th and Friday the 5th of December. The group will then head onto the Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour, Sutherland, Newcastle, Sydney, Gosford, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.
Dublin-born darlings The Script have announced that they’ll be back for another whirlwind tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2015, supported by R&B crooner Labrinth. The two musical sensations will kick off their six-city excursion at Perth Arena on the 24th of April, then head onto Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and wrapping up on the 2nd of May in Auckland.
It’s been a big couple of years for Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy (real name James Keogh); topping the 2013 Triple J Hottest 100 for the hit single ‘Riptide’, an ARIA nod, and a five-album deal with Atlantic Records. But perhaps at the top of Vance Joy’s list of successes is Sansa Stark’s public declaration of love for the crooner.
Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner (better known as the brazen-haired Sansa) showed her affections for the Aussie songwriter this week by tweeting out a few lines of Keogh’s new single ‘Mess is Mine’.
A series of hints dropped by the Seattle rock-outfit The Foo Fighters, indicates that you’ll be seeing them Downunder ‘sooner than you think’.
With the band’s much-anticipated release of the music documentary Sonic Highways nearing (as well as their eighth studio album of the same name), Australian fans are itchier than ever to catch another glimpse of the legends on stage.
After three blockbuster epics, Robert Downey Jr. confirmed that he would be happily hanging up the ironclad suit in any further standalone flicks expected in the much loved Ironman series. But there could be something that would change his mind – Mel Gibson coming on board as the Director.
Marianas Trench may be named after the deepest part of the world’s oceans, but the pop-rockers have been rising to new heights in recent years. Known for their cheerfully infectious tunes, the band toured Australia for the first time back in 2012 – with guitarist Matt Webb telling us that he has “a real soft spot for everybody in Australia” after their warm reception.
For a band that started on Facebook and YouTube, The Vamps have come a long way very quickly. The British four-piece who have been dubbed “the next McFly” by critics are due back to Australia next January for a full-blown capital city pilgrimage and are bound to leave a string of broken hearts along the way.
After only two brief years on the pop scene and almost 25 million views on their latest film clip ‘Can We Dance’, the group of lads (all in their twenties) have successfully wedged themselves into the ‘fangirl’ market. With superstar potential and a charismatic stage presence, now is the time to see them live.
No need to keep guessing: Australia’s favourite homegrown indie fest is back for another year of frivolities on the street. And if you’re not quite legal yet, no worries! Next year’s festivities have been opened up for ages 16+ punters in both Brisbane and Adelaide. With names like FKA Twigs, Flight Facilities and UK act Royal Blood already rolling out, next year’s platter of artists is set to be one of the most stirring yet.
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