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Friday, 16 August 2013 19:08

AICE Israeli Film Festival Tickets

Social and political commentaries; tales of love, loss and redemption; stories of history, friendship and unlikely alliances — 2013 sees the AICE Israeli Film Festival celebrating its first decade in Australia, and second year screening in Brisbane, with one of its strongest programs yet.

From Oscar-nominated documentaries to award-winning features, from challenging dramas to crowd-pleasing comedies, the AICE Israeli Film Festival presents the best of Israeli film to Australian audiences.

To win one of five in-season double passes to the August 20-26 festival This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 6pm Monday 19th August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Winners must arrange to collect the prize from Scene Magazine's offices at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, during business hours.
4. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

Friday, 16 August 2013 18:39

The Mortal Instruments Packs

A seemingly ordinary young woman discovers a hidden world and an extraordinary destiny in ‘The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones’, the big-screen adaptation of the first book of Cassandra Clare’s blockbuster fantasy adventure series, ‘The Mortal Instruments’.  

Clarissa ‘Clary’ Fray (Lily Collins) has been living quietly in Brooklyn for as long as she can remember, when she suddenly begins to see startling and seemingly impossible things.

Just as suddenly, her single mom (Lena Headey) disappears after a violent struggle.

As she and her best friend Simon (Robert Sheehan) search for her mother, Clary begins to uncover the dark secrets and darker threats in the hidden world of the Shadowhunters, angel-human warriors who have protected humanity from evil forces for centuries.

To win one of ten Mortal Instruments packs containing a medium sized girl t-shirt and in-season double pass This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 3pm Thursday 22nd August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Winners must arrange to collect the prize from Scene Magazine's offices at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, during business hours.
4. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

1. Aphex Twin — ‘Didgeridoo’. Obviously the most amazing track to be munted to. At first you think you have been celestially transported to an interstellar corroboree, then it starts to emerge that the didgeridoo is in actual fact the unearthly rumbling of a 303, taking your brain to another dimension.

2. 808 State — ‘Nephatiti’. The early ‘90s was awash with amazing tracks like this. Wonked out sampling, super funky chopped up breaks and fat synths to make you jump around like a loon. 808 State could easily flit between catchy pop and straight-up, teeth grinding rave mentalness, this track was a pioneering breakbeat track.

3. LFO — ‘Tied Up’. Crushing industrial beats, noise and gnarly 303s make this track absolute audio dynamite. There’s something about all the harsh layers that somehow gives this song that giddy ecstatic feeling. LFO — like AFX — could write the most blissful, ambient tracks followed by the audio equivalent of a truck smashing through an explosives factory. Equals lovely.

4. Ceephax Acid Crew — ‘Woof Acid’. Ceephax makes some of the most playful and fun music in the electronic genus. A true master of the 303. If this song doesn’t make you just go absolute bonkers on the dancefloor you must be crippled.

5. Nosaj Thing — ‘Coat Of Arms’. This is essentially a hip hop record, but somehow it has this shimmery sound that pushes and pulls the frequencies like breathing. It actually makes you feel munted while you’re casually sitting in your favourite chair having a cup of tea. Proper head music.

Munter S Thomson is the new project of Nam Shub of Enki. Munter plays 4ZZZ’s Radiothon Rave — Back To The Fractal — at the Jubilee Hotel August 31.

Thursday, 15 August 2013 15:08

Halfway: Top 5 Brisbane Shopping Centres

1. Chermside. Started out life as the Chermside Drive-In. I remember it thus. Had my first full-on tantrum there in 1961. My mother still talks about it. First drive-in shopping centre in Australia and the southern hemisphere! Now it's a fucking monster. They applaud in the Apple Store. I wish they wouldn't.

2. Carindale. The first to have both Myer and David Jones. Extra special, that. What a concept! This is a long way from civilisation (the northside) but for a long time it kept all contenders at bay with the duopoly under one roof.

3. Aspley Hypermart. Extra wide aisles for extra large arses. I loved it there. Then they screwed it up and put a K-mart in. It also had a great printshop and a shockingly bad, but huge Chinese restaurant.

4. Toowong Shopping Village. Spectacular. So much nicer than what the westies like to call ‘Indro’ and you can ALWAYS get a park at Xmas. I like that the central feature of the centre is the travelators. It also has a kind of railway station in it, which is nice.

5. Mt Ommaney. The jewel in Brisbane's crown. Usually no one there. I can see why. Specialty shops are nightmarish. Love it. Possibly built and maintained by carnies.

Halfway join Seja at The Zoo Friday August 16.

Thursday, 15 August 2013 11:54

Peace tickets

One of the UK’s exciting new bands, rock quartet Peace is gearing up to tour Australia for the first time next month.

Nominated as BBC’s Artist of 2013 and NME’s Best New Band is just the start for these four young upstarts from Birmingham.

Peace released their debut album ‘In Love’ in March, which was produced by Jim Abiss (Adele, Arctic Monkeys).

To win one of three double passes to their show at The Zoo Monday September 23 This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 3pm Wednesday 21st August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 17:23

What Maisie Knew Tickets

A contemporary New York City revisioning of the Henry James novella starring Julianne Moore, ‘True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgård and Steve Coogan, ‘What Maisie Knew’ is a touching comedic drama set against the chaos and complexity of modern marriage and family.  

The film’s story revolves around unwitting six-year-old Maisie (introducing Onata Aprile), caught in the middle of a custody battle between her mother Suzanna (Moore), an aging rock star, and her father, Beale (Coogan), a major art dealer.  

In a race to win the court’s advantage, Beale marries Maisie’s nanny (Joanna Vanderham), prompting Suzanna in turn to marry friend and local bartender, Lincoln (Skarsgård).

As Maisie is shuttled back and forth between her parents, she comes to rely more and more on her parents’ new spouses, who begin to see how selfish and damaged Maisie’s parents really are.

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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 3.30pm Tuesday 20th August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Winners must arrange to collect the prize from Scene Magazine's offices at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, during business hours.
4. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 16:18

Video: Kooii Live

Last month Earth Frequency presented Kooii, in their only Brisbane show for six months.

We were there to capture the action from The Hi-Fi on video.



Videographer: Stewart Munro

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 15:17

Peter Helliar Tickets

Obvs, espesh, ridic, awks, totes – who the hell knows what the youth of today are talking about? Peter Helliar, that’s who.

Pete is ditching his Malvern Star for a fixie, replacing his trackie dacks for a pair of skin-tight jeans and turfing his Reeboks for a pair of vintage slip-ons.

Oh, and he’s getting as many tattoos as he can – completely on trend, of course.

To win one of two double passes to Pete’s show at the Sit Down Comedy Club Friday August 30 This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 4pm Wednesday 21st August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

Thursday, 15 August 2013 15:02

Brewed At The PA Pub Tickets

Jupiters Hotel & Casino is saying ‘cheers’ to the Gold Coast’s long weekend with the launch of Brewed at The PA Pub — a series of dinners for the ultimate lover of beer, great food and more beer!

Byron Bay locals Stone & Wood are the first cab off the rank on Thursday August 29, and will showcase their range of handcrafted beers alongside a specially designed menu from the team at The PA Pub reflecting the venue’s style of ‘great pub food with a modern twist’.

Guests will be joined by Ross Jurisich, one of the three founders of Stone & Wood, as they enjoy the company’s full portfolio including the Lager, Pacific Ale, Jasper Ale and the Stone Beer, a limited release.

To win a double pass valued at $158 This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winner will be drawn at random at 10am Thursday 22nd August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winner drawn]
2. Winner will be notified by e-mail. [Winner notified]
3. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 14:40

Kick-Ass 2 Tickets

Kick-Ass, Hit Girl and Red Mist return for the follow-up to 2010’s irreverent global hit: ‘Kick-Ass 2’.

After Kick-Ass’ (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) insane bravery inspires a new wave of self-made masked crusaders, led by the badass Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey), our hero joins them on patrol.

When these amateur superheroes are hunted down by Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) — reborn as The Mother F%&*^r — only the blade-wielding Hit Girl (Chloë Grace Moretz) can prevent their annihilation.

To win one of five in-season double passes This competition has closed.
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Terms and Conditions:

1. Winners will be drawn at random at 2.30pm Tuesday 20th August at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley. [Winners drawn]
2. Winners will be notified by e-mail. [Winners notified]
3. Winners must arrange to collect the prize from Scene Magazine's offices at Level 2, 192-210 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, during business hours.
4. Entrants' email address will not be used for any other purpose except the conduct of this competition.

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