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Join us as our resident Maesters talk about how this week’s Game of Thrones pulled a “LOST” and what #HoldTheDoor means for the future/past of the show.
A little bit of Splendour is coming to WA in the form of contemporary electronic Baritone wonder, James Blake.
Hot Saucerman is bringing a live version of his cult favourite "ironic hipster comedy" podcast and IFC show, Comedy Bang! Bang!, on an Australian tour this August, and yes, that includes Perth as well.
Audiences get to feel joy for once as literal and figurative sick burns are dealt in this week's emotionally-charged episode of Game of Thrones. Join us as our resident Maesters dive deep into this Season 6 Episode 4: "Book of The Stranger"
Dressed in their best high waisted white trousers and brown suede bomber jackets, Australia’s favourite - and perhaps only - ‘late-eighties Australiana’/synth pop masters Client Liaison delivered a high energy performance to the tightly packed crowd in Mojo’s on Saturday night.
Philadelphia Grand Jury will play Jimmy's Den on the 4th of June.
Since conservative syndrome has trump-ed in the US primaries, we turn our attention to the Australian Federal Election. But not really-I'm still gawking over the new Canadian PM....Pencil the 2nd of July into your busy calendars.
The film evokes the spirit of 80s grindhouse flicks , and by presenting itself as your typical slasher film, Green Room slyly plays into our expectations of that genre, only to cleverly subvert them at every turn; giving us the finger all while delivering on the thrills, as promised.
GTM concluded another year of WA's vibrant festival season. Want to recount the memories or missed out on the action? We've got you covered.
Two of our tv writers have a spoiler-fueled discussion about the latest episode of this little-known show, Game of Thrones. We talk about THAT moment, THAT OTHER thing that happened, and THAT bombshell.
The Colour In Anything shaped up to be one of the most eagerly anticipated releases of this year. Was it worth the wait? Absolutely. This is mostly because The Colour In Anything finds him at his most diverse, sonically and emotionally.
Every year since the age of around 7, I’ve made the annual pilgrimage down to the muddily renowned folk and world music spectacular that is Fairbridge Music Festival. So, when I was asked to cover the 2016 festival, you can bet your best pair of gumboots that I leapt at the chance.