The Stone Roses are undoubtedly one of the most important bands to have emerged during my lifetime. Their early defining sound paved the way for the explosion of the ‘Madchester Sound’ and the book’s introduction about the seminal 1989 Spike Island gig was grippingly enthralling. 237 more words
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On this day in 2006, the then Federal Labor MP Bob Sercombe and current MP Anthony Albanese issued Our Drowning Neighbours, Labor’s Policy Discussion Paper on Climate Change in the Pacific, with the goal of generating a more proactive, strategic approach. 364 more words
Dir: Gareth Evans, 2006
They always say never judge a book (or, in this case, film) by it’s cover.
But when the cover is a complete lie and the synopsis on the back is total fabrication, you would be forgiven for judging the sort of film you’re going to get. 361 more words
Gareth Evans, director of “The Raid” franchise, has found his next project in the period thriller “Apostle.”
Evans is writing and directing the film with XYZ Films, Severn Screen and Evans’ One More One Productions producing. 136 more words