Australia has one of the fastest growing populations in the world with most of us living in major urban centres. This puts pressure on urban planners, who have to deal with the city’s growth. To add to the pain, state governments do not always have the financial resources to cope with the development that is needed to keep up with the growth.
This week: privacy (what privacy?), mind control games, and boring innovation.
This week: what’s up with the hype, computer says no, and the power of playlists.
I’m glad to have lost my revue-virginity to Law Law Land - a show full of enthusiasm and pizazz
Well here we are everyone: Revue Season.
Not knowing much about MADSOC beforehand, I was pleasantly surprised at the work of art that I witnessed.
What a wild ride that was. For those who were there enjoy this tbt, for those who weren't get ready for your fomo to peak.
Some cool things going on that’ll distract you and your mates from the harsh reality of resuming your studies next week
Prepare to be temporarily inconvienced
Earlier this month, Jay-Z's new album 4:44 made it's way from it's exclusive home on Tidal to rival services Apple Music, Google Play Music, and Amazon Music.
However, don't delete your Tidal account just yet!
Power-prog metal giants Dragonforce arrive at the penultimate stop of the Australian leg of their world tour to as much celebration and anticipation as you would expect from a distinctly ‘metal’ Manning crowd.
This new video is a dramatic return to the world of WOLF.
The duo have moved on from solely relying on raw bass and drums and fulfill this unique sound - they’ve managed to flesh it out and add a greater depth to their songs.
A great way to end your frustrating and disappointingly unproductive day.
Ahead of the surprise redevelopment of the USU's 'small bar', here's what we can learn from their choice of inspo images:
If you have overplayed the ol’ timey study-music classics such as ‘3 hours – meditation, concentration music, alpha waves’, or the heavy hitters of the study-music scene such as Bach and Mozart, these albums will surely aid you in finding study-inducing music that can improve your state of mind as well as figuratively keep you company while you’re kept in quarantine.
Ahead of the premiere of 2071: A Performance about Climate Change at the Seymour Centre, Dustin Duong had a chat with the centre's artistic director, Tim Jones.
Every time I go to see a MUSE show I can’t help but think “what the hell are these people wasting their time at university for?” Go get yourselves recording contracts already because you’re all bloody amazing.
Honestly it’s hard, and frankly unnecessary, to choose a favourite amongst this incredible selection of women. As I scoured for highlights I was at a loss; I ended up taking notes on almost every sketch. I will say from slam poet Satan to the edgy Kathy of krafternoons with Kathy, the solo skits never failed to hit their mark.
Well played Katy, well played.
Alison Eslake thought that Queer Space 9 was the perfect blend of wacky and relatable.
The previous “Holy Grail” of Japanese ambient music is still as fresh today as it was in 1983, with fans of ambient and Japanese, as well as fresh faces, all rushing to their closest retailer to have a listen to this gem.
The diverse cast carried a revue in which the reality of the experience of people of colour were encapsulated through an intrepid approach, fearless and yet charming.
Two International Students are among the six newly elected USU Board Directors as the election suffers from its lowest turnout since 2009
Mark it in your diary!
My plan was to go in, write down every single sketch I found funny then rank accordingly the next morning. However, on the night, I ended up writing down every, single, skit.
From today, you'll be able to listen to SURG wherever you are on the iHeartRadio App - Australia's leading digital entertainment platform.