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West Melbourne Cafes: Art De Cafe

When in Melbourne, so as Melbournians do-have brunch :D One of the greatest things about Melbourne is that you can do deep into the 'burbs and still find amazing food and coffee. Even a place that is not well known, possibly not even on the map, will still have really high standards, cos that's how...
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Review: False Hope

Kevin Garrett does not even have a full-fledged album yet, and he is easily my favourite artist of 2017. His EP, False Hope, has five songs, each a soft exploration of love in its infinite forms. He is most well known for the song he wrote for Beyonce. Beyonce!! He opens with ‘A Heart Like…

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Review: Our Dark Duet

“I am a man, not a movement,” he said. “But if a movement is what it takes to end this war, then I will play my part.”   Our Dark Duet opens with Katherine in Prosperity, fighting monsters there, while August seems to have taken up his fallen brother’s mantle-but considering that Leo was a...
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Wade+Belle

Wade+Belle are a new tights company on the market, and they purport to have a waistband that does not roll. Wait, did I just say, “a waistband that does not roll?” IKR! I was in shock as well. They have this new technology that is both comfy and does not constantly require you to be…

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Review: Allmän Brown, 1000 years

Allman Brown’s 2017 album, '1000 Years' is a delight in indie music. Soft, dainty and articulate, the songs on this album seep under your skin and you are playing them on repeat without even realising it. There is more than one ‘favorite’ song on this album, and you are going to be pressed for choice...
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Review: An Ember In The Ashes

  “I’d rather die than live with no mercy, no honor, no soul.” ― Sabaa Tahir, An Ember in the Ashes   An Ember In The Ashes grapples with questions of loyalty versus morality. If your loyalty means the death and destruction of thousands of lives, and the slavery of a people, what is it…

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