POSTS BY Angela Allan

Music

Quick & Dirty: The Darkness

26th Mar 2017

The Darkness guitarist Dan Hawkins reveals the new album, a new cooking show and a new love – tiger toast.

By Angela Allan

Music

Quick & Dirty: Midge Ure

5th Mar 2017

Midge Ure of Ultravox brings his Something From Everything Tour down under and as he says, it will deliver exactly what it promises.

By Angela Allan

Music

Quick & Dirty: Lemaitre

30th Nov 2016

Ketil Jansen, one half of electro wonderkids Lemaitre, chats to us ahead of Falls Festival.

By Angela Allan

Pop Culture

The ghosts of Excelsior Springs

1st Nov 2016

Excelsior Springs, Missouri, is like Brigadoon. A town that emerges from the mist only once a year. And Gene Kelly is probably somewhere around (most likely haunting The Elms).

By Angela Allan

Entertainment

Things We Love: Murmuration Festival

28th Sep 2016

We pick the best bits from the St. Louis event.

By Angela Allan

Pop Culture

Supanova Series: Sean Maher

11th Apr 2016

Sean Maher – best known as Dr Simon Tam in Joss Whedon’s Firefly – talks about the Whedonverse and the craft of acting ahead of his return to Australia for Supanova.

By Angela Allan

Entertainment

Supanova Series: Amy Acker

22nd Mar 2016

Amy Acker – best known as Fred on Angel, and Root on Person of Interest – answers fan questions that we collected via Twitter.

By Angela Allan

Entertainment

Supanova Series: John Leeson

19th Mar 2016

John Leeson, best known as the voice of K9 in fan favourite Doctor Who, shares his memories of being a robotic dog.

By Angela Allan

Music

The Hot Set: RUFUS

26th Jan 2016

Sydney trio RUFUS return with a new album, Bloom.

By Angela Allan

Entertainment

‘Cats’ on the prowl

21st Dec 2015

Was there ever a cat so clever as magical Mr. Mistoffelees?

By Angela Allan

Music

Review: Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society

1st Dec 2015

You’ve officially entered the church of Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society.

By Angela Allan

Music

Review: They Might Be Giants

9th Nov 2015

They Might Be Giants performed “Dr Worm” and everyone loses their minds.

By Angela Allan