ICYMI: This week in music – July 29

Father John Misty teases a new album, Paramore get nostalgic and a heavy metal legend touring as a hologram. Here’s what you may have missed this week.

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Review: The devastating beauty of ‘Dunkirk’

Christopher Nolan’s ninth film is a gem – and it’s an almost flawless one.

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New app targets young binge-drinkers

Parties, events, and orientation week – so many social activities for students come with one major thing in common – alcohol.

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VIDEO: Spinning to success

Dance is an art form celebrated by many around the world. But most dancers struggle to turn their passion into a career.

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Illustrating a point: Simon Letch at Macleay

Fairfax illustrator Simon Letch sat down with Hatch reporter, cartoonist and part-time comedian Pat Doherty to talk surfing and, oh yeah, his media work. The result was a colourful conversation that illustrated how journalism can come in many forms, and it’s not always black and white.

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VHS Death Party II

Earlier this year photojournalist James Mott documented the second annual VHS (Very Horny Surfers) Rock’n’roll Death Party. The event attracted some of the biggest up-and-coming names in Australia’s surf punk rock scene, such as the 2016 Triple J unearthed winners

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ICYMI: This week in music – July 23

Vera Blue’s debut, Sky Ferreira gives an update on her second album and news on the Queen biopic. Here’s what you may have missed this week.

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Rhys Carman with the week’s sports news

In this weekly wrap of sports news highlights from Australia and around the world, Rhys Carman looks at Federer’s record-breaking Wimbledon victory, OJ Simpson’s successful parole bid, and the collapse of Australia’s World Cup campaign against India.

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Review: To the Bone

Over the past year Netflix has been no stranger to controversial releases.

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Fans and friends pay tribute to dead Linkin Park singer

The rock and roll world took a massive blow today with news of the death of Linkin Park lead singer, Chester Bennington.

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