Lush production and powerful vocals generate a driving, tour de force attitude in Hattie Oates’ new single, High. Recorded at Yap Yap Studios in Syndey and mastered by Ben Feggens (Mallrat, Vera Blue, RÜFÜS DU SOL), High is an expression of raw attraction.
Spare time is (supposedly) abundant in isolation. STORY HACK and the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) are helping us put it to good use with a series of intimate workshops for local writers and creatives.
This weekend will celebrate Reconciliation Week with South Australian based First Nations artist Nancy Bates Trio joined by Annie Siegmann and Ryan Martin John, with a Kaurna ‘Welcome to Country’ by Mickey O’Brien.
Many people are looking for entertainment and stimulation during this time, and we want to help our by offering a few prize packs to our readers.
Like many other businesses, their café and restaurant income has decreased significantly due to the pandemic and while the business is adapting as much as it can by teaming up with some customers doing home delivery, supermarket demand has plateaued post Easter.
We are met each evening by a kitchen full of jolly people, gathering for no other reason than a love of food. People-vs-people drama is minimal. Remarks of support, hugs and smiles are in abundance. MasterChef gives us a time and place to be every evening.
Online gigs are great, because I could eat Cheezels and dye my hair while I watched Kit. But online gigs are also lacking because she couldn’t hear us cheering, our photographers couldn’t take awesome gig photos and I couldn’t meet up with all my music loving friends.
Dr. Dre’s iconic and ground-breaking debut album The Chronic will be available on all digital service providers on April 20 (420) through eOne.
Chairperson of Magabala Books, retired schoolteacher and current home schooler of her three grandchildren, Edie Wright’s suggestions celebrate the talent and diversity of First Nations voices and introduces young readers to a range of cultures, languages and traditions from across Australia.
We train our bodies for physical strength, but we tend to neglect the fitness of our minds, which is the topic of debut book The Mindset Fitness Workout: Be fit for success without burning out by Luisa Wing.