Interview: Biddy Connor

Jim, Gill and Smithers interview vocalist and viola player Biddy Connor from the Letter String Quartet, who have an upcoming concert, Oracle Marker, […]


Interview: Brenton Amies and Cam Ralph

Smithers chats to Brenton Amies and Cam Ralph the morning after seeing she saw their Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Everyday Monsters, […]


Review: Ghost in the Shell

A stunningly beautiful dive into humanity’s dark future with cyborg implants and upgrades, skyscraper high advertisements and incredibly frightening half human half […]


Review: David O’Doherty – Big Time

For those who haven’t seen David O’Doherty’s comedy before, like myself, if you decide to see him in action you’ll be greeted […]


Review: Aunty Donna – Big Boys

Aunty Donna’s new show hits the MICF under the title Big Boys, a show about boys, who are now big. The title […]

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Review: Nikki Britton is Romanticide

Nikki Britton is an excitable, full of energy Australian comedian whose show, Romanticide, reflects on her not so excitable love life. Britton […]

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Interview: Erin Taylor and Sarah Edwards

Smithers and Christian interview Erin Taylor and Sarah Edwards from Phantasmagoria, a free site-responsive festival produced by the Bogong Centre for Sound […]

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Interview: Cameron Moorhouse

Smithers and Christian chat to artist Cameron Moorhouse, one of the finalists from the 2017 VCE Top Arts exhibition, whose work, Extinction, will be […]


Barishi | Blood from the Lion’s Mouth | Interview

Barishi, a 4 piece band from New England, USA who describe their style of music as “gritty progressive metal” released their sophomore album […]


COMEDY REVIEW – Will Anderson: ‘Critically Wil’ @ Comedy Theatre

Wil Anderson’s Critically Wil gave Melbourne audiences plenty of reasons as to why he continues to be one of the most recognisable […]