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  1. No Fixed Address at The Lomond

    I went along to watch No Fixed Address play in Melbourne tonight at the Lomond, to catch up with and be accepted in such a manner was deeply touching, on a seminal level. It was amazing to walk in and it was like time stood still, as I walked around the Lomond in a bit of a fixed stare trying to isolate band members, that Bart Willoughby offered me his hand and pointed to where
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  2. Come As You Are to Stupid & Contagious

    I knew the show was something special as I watched laughing, smiling, and somewhat out-of-breath theatre goers leave The Lithuanian Club Ballroom. Left in their wake was a wreckage of drumsticks, pool noodles, and sweaters. You know, the usual destruction of a 90s karaoke cabaret… Ryan Good brings a dynamic energy that turns a group of strangers into rock legends, all while paying homage to his look-alike and idol, Kurt Cobain. The interactive show is
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  3. 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche – Fringe Hub : Lithuanian Club – Main Theatre

    I am being stretched by my very cruel and unusual editor Star Trekking me through strange galaxies of entertainment I would not have thought on my radar. Evil beast he is, but having said that I did enjoy being a lesbian called Nancy for the night. The show started in the foyer as several bouffant-ed ‘50’s something ladies were indicating something about quiche and a meeting. Being a bit deaf when she asked if I
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  4. where should you go for brunch this weekend?

    by , 30th September 2016 at 10:39 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    I like to call myself the brunch addict. It’s not healthy how much I have it. It’s definitely my favourite meal of the day. So I’m going to share my top 5 with you guys today! #1 : Kettle Black – South Melbourne Kettle Black! One of my all time favourite brunches, a good hotcake from Kettle black! They also do a mean coffee and a pretty great hot chocolate. The atmosphere is lovely and
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  5. Buried at Sea

    by , 30th September 2016 at 12:57 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Buried at Sea Belleville (26th September – 1st October) Written and performed by Mark Salvestro Produced by Second Breakfast An intimate coming-of-age tale inspired by Australian history, Mark Salvestro’s Buried at Sea explores the playwright’s obsessive journey to uncover the story of his Gallipoli soldier ancestor, Great Great Uncle George. As he introduces George’s young love Ruby, their marriage, and his experiences fighting in Gallipoli, Salvestro simultaneously undertakes a journey of self-discovery. He tackles themes of loss,
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  6. Diary of Death :: 1 – 7 Oct 2016

    by , 30th September 2016 at 10:00 AM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Diary of Death :: 1 – 7 Oct 2016 A life-threatening list of recommended events happening in Sydney and surrounds this week.  FRIDAY 30th SEPTEMBER – Weiner – Golden Age Cinema – 6.30PM. – Screens intermittently til Sunday week – Film– Fun Lovin’ Criminals (US) – Luna Park – Performing debut Come Find Me in full on the 20th anniversary of it’s release– Dashville Skyline: Brian Cadd, The Brothers Comatose, The Wilson Pickers, Melody Pool, Raised By Eagles,
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  7. Playmate: ‘Thirty Three’ at The Old Fitz

    by , 28th September 2016 at 11:47 AM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Playmate: ‘Thirty Three’ at The Old Fitz It’s someone else’s party, but I get the sense that crying is totally acceptable from all in attendance. Welcome to Saskia’s thirty-third birthday. Take a seat right in the living room and watch as guests arrive, invited or otherwise. Sit next to the table they will soon set, eat from, snort off and fight across. Be there as egos, injuries and debaucherous motives take over. ‘Thirty Three’ is the
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  8. Soundcheck Sept 26 – Oct 3: Bleached, Black Mountain, Lower Spectrum, Donny Benet Show Band

    by , 26th September 2016 at 03:59 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Soundcheck Sept 26 – Oct 3: Bleached, Black Mountain, Lower Spectrum, Donny Benet Show Band Listen Out Festival WHO: Anderson .Paak & the Free Nationals, A$AP Ferg, Baauer, Claptone, Cosmo’s Midnight, Gorgon City, Jauz, JOY., LDRU, Ngaiire, RÜFÜS, Stormzy, Sui Zhen, Tash Sultana, Tchami, Willow Beats, Yung LeanWHERE: Centennial Park, SydneyWHEN: 8pmHOW MUCH: From $115 + booking fee via Listenout
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  9. Culture Guide September 26 – October 2: boozy storytelling, MCA Artbar and inventive improv with The Bear Pack

    by , 26th September 2016 at 02:39 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Culture Guide September 26 – October 2: boozy storytelling, MCA Artbar and inventive improv with The Bear Pack Folklore, History, Symbolism David Bell (University of Otago) will explore the series’ running themes of folk narratives, the tragic tale of Minamoto no Yoshitsune and his follower Benkei, and the deeper sensitivities to the ephemerality of youth, beauty and love. This event is part of the ‘Uncovering Japanese Tattoo’ series, featuring an exhibition, demonstration and talks. WHAT:
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  10. Independent Artist Of The Week: The Possé

    by , 26th September 2016 at 07:00 AM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    Independent Artist Of The Week: The Possé The Possé are an elastic supergroup with their own funk-filled take on boogie. Inspired by the Philly soul studio greats and Patrick Adams’ pioneering New York disco, The Possé consists of core members Andrew Elston (Physique/Toni Toni Lee/Catcall) and Ross Ferraro. From there, the collective often expands and retracts with additional members Jarrol Renaud, Michael Di Francesco (Touch Sensitive), NZ jazz keys prodigy Andrew Bruce and Harry Sutherland. Since forming
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  11. LINDEN NEW ART > OCTOBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

    by , 25th September 2016 at 12:33 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
                > CURRENT EXHIBITION > UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS > EVENTS > NEWS > ARTIST OPPORTUNITIES It’s almost Spring! Linden New Art has a new season of exhibitions and activities to inspire, inform and educate. We have art classes for both children and adults and a Melbourne Chamber Orchestra performance. CURRENT EXHIBITION > DUPLIKATOR > CONTINUES UNTIL 9 OCTOBER 2016 In Duplikator we find Samuel Tupou’s signature use of vivid colours, pop sensibility, and
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  12. #WAMFest ? WAMCon earlybird tix ending, Palour, Kiss My Camera and WAMFest Friday Showcases

    by , 24th September 2016 at 07:42 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
           EARLYBIRD TIX CLOSE THIS COMING THURSDAY! As part of WAMFest presented by Drug Aware (more info here), this year WAM’s stepping up the game and offering unprecedented value with the newly namedWAMCon with limited earlybird tickets that are worth more than the cost of extras and exclusive opportunities alone. But hurry, the deadline for final earlybird ticket sales strictly close Thursday 29 September, 11.59pm WST, and earlybird tickets are the only way
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  13. More new works at Jackman Gallery

    by , 24th September 2016 at 07:13 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    We are still receiving plenty of new art in the gallery and stockroom. Shown below are new works from Peter Tankey, Geoff Coleman and Darren Porter.  We hope to see you soon.    visit the jackman gallery website ph: 03 9534 2147  wed-sun 12-5pm 60 inkerman st st kilda vic 3182 email us at info@jackmangallery.com.au
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  14. 8 DAYS A WEEK – THE TOURING YEARS

    by , 24th September 2016 at 06:59 PM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    THE BEATLES  A RON HOWARD FILM Ringo. The first word we hear is Paul McCartney’s voice calling “Ringo.” A surprising start for a film abut ‘The Fab Four.’ John, Paul, George and Ringo. Pretty much the pecking order within the band; their audience largely in lock step with the lads. This opening word, “ Ringo” is where the surprises begin, and end. 8 Days A Week could be renamed “The Beatles in Disneyland.” The plot
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  15. Cream of The Crate: The Easybeats – Record #24

    by , 24th September 2016 at 08:00 AM (IN TENTS THAWTS - Mick Pacholli)
    “Up until that time, songs you heard on the radio came from somewhere mysterious. So we gave it a crack and started doing it ourselves.” [Harry Vanda] This was retro-review number twenty four in the series of albums that I was featuring as part of an on-going retrospective of vinyl albums in my personal collection. The series is called, “Cream of The Crate”, and they represent vinyl albums that I believe are of significant musical
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