Welcome to the last ever installment of this column – it’s been a pretty cool five year stretch, and I know some of you have been reading since the very beginning. So thank you from the bottom of my cold, black heart. *heart isn’t actually cold and black, it’s an expression!
It seems to be that everywhere you look, the media is always there. It’s funny to think about how immediate news is in 2016. From your smartphone to your Apple watch and your iPad to your app refreshes, it’s no secret old media is on the decline.
Hello again, and welcome to yet another edition of Pulp! Hope you’re all doing well, and that you’re surviving the wintery chill – I’ve been spending most of my days huddled in a blanket fort to fend off the cold during swotvac.
The combined talents of Adrian ‘Edo’ Rafter and Dyl Thomas are behind Milwaukee Banks, a Melbourne based hip hop/electronic duo who recently dropped their debut album, Deep into the Night.
As the year in superhero movies drags on, it’s becoming increasingly clear that for a fairly hefty slice of people out there – both reviewers and fans – the definition of a good superhero movie is “one Disney made” – which is perfectly understandable.