Review: Turnover at the Corner Hotel

There’s something supernatural about Turnover’s Good Nature tour. On Saturday 10th of March, the Corner Hotel in Richmond hosted a stellar lineup of punk alternative bands as a part of Turnover’s Australian tour. While I personally arrived late and missed

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J. Cole: KOD Album Review

Everything about J. Cole’s fifth studio album KOD is brave – from its brutally honest storytelling to its contrarian content in the face of modern Hip-Hop. The veteran rapper, as he has done with previous projects, elects to explore a

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Splendour in the Grass: Hatch’s Top 5

This July, Splendour in the Grass will be returning to North Byron Parklands

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PHOTO GALLERY: Pop Punk at the Hodern

Hodern Pavilion was the hub to pop punk on March 26.

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Music Festivals: A ripper time or a rip-off?

The country has been buzzing since the Splendour in the Grass line-up was unveiled last Wednesday, with tickets selling out in less than half an hour this morning.

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GIG REVIEW: Ryan Follese and Kelsea Ballerini, Metro Theatre

I am no stranger to Sydney’s Metro Theatre. In fact, over my 19 years, I have attended countless sold-out shows at the venue, but never have I seen it blow up as much as it did on March 20 when

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Vivid 2018: Hatch’s top 5

Hatch reporter Bill Robinson shares his top picks for the tenth anniversary of Vivid.

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REVIEW: Rosa Maria possess the hips of Sydney’s Oxford Gallery

Since their first gig in February 2017, Sydney’s Rosa Maria have quickly become one of the city’s favourite acts…

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Profile: Matuse Peace, “human being, artist”

Matuse Peace describes himself as a travelling stranger passing through life – a life he fills with creativity and spiritual enlightenment. Matuse is an actor, a lyricist, a visual artist, an educator and a student.

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Review: Tash Sultana, Home Coming

The past year has been huge for rising star Tash Sultana, not only domestically but on an international level.

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