Melbourne’s newest home of cult cinema, Lido Cinemas has confirmed a one-week encore season of the latest controversial film by master provocateur Gaspar Noé, Love, off the back of a successful two week run last month. This will be the final opportunity for audiences to see the film on the big screen, in 3D, before its release on DVD and Blu-Ray later this month, so you should probably head...
After collaborating on some shoots during the release of 2011’s Let England Shake, PJ Harvey and film maker Seamus Murphy spent the next four years travelling together to Kosovo, Afganistan and Washington D.C, producing some astounding photographs and poetic works along the way. Set for release on October 1, The Hollow Of The Hand is the culmination of their efforts, and we have ten copies to...
After a raging success at their last event in Wollongong, Access is moving on up to Platform One Nightclub this Thursday November 26. The dance fuelled event will feature twelve big name acts spread across two rooms, with L D R U, GANZ, Generik, Aywy, Can’t Say DJs and more filling out the impressive lineup. Access a free double pass by entering below.
Fuck yeah, Caligula’s Horse are dropping their latest LP Bloom on Friday October 16. Dig ‘em? Want a free copy of the album? Sick of stupid questions? Same. The albums are over at beat.com.au/freeshit.
Dan Kelly’s fourth studio album Leisure Panic has been appearing just about everywhere since it’s release earlier this month; it’s about time it shows up in free shit. We have five vinyl copies of Leisure Panic up for grabs. If you miss out, you can always get one at the album launch, Saturday October 31 at the Gaso.
Ireland’s The Coronas have been on the up-and-up ever since their last trip to Aus, and now they’re heading back to please their fans with material from 2014’s The Long Way. They play the Corner on Friday December 4, and if you wanna be there then you gotta outsmart every other sucker reading this.
It’s every film student’s wet dream; Alfred Hitchcock’s classic films will be screened at Hamer Hall early next year, alongside Bernard Herrmann’s score played live by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Hitchcock & Herrmann will run on Friday February 5 and Saturday February 6 next year, get yourself a free double pass over at beat.com.au/freeshit.
The Ugly Kings take influence from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jack White and Black Sabbath, creating a predictably gritty rock’n’roll sound. They’re taking over Cherry Bar on Saturday November 28 and we’ve got two double passes to give away.
What would you do to get your hands on a double pass?