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Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Dire Straits ‘The Collection’ Review

The first five Dire Straits albums have just got the Mo-Fi treatment. David Price takes them all for a spin…

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Batman 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Football, politics, and who was the greatest Batman - all the stuff of many heated dinner table conversations. I side with Christian Bale and Nolan’s vision of Batman.

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Aquaman 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

I think it's far from speculation to say that the DC movies haven't lived up to the hopes of audiences, or for that matter Warner Brothers. Regardless, there's an undeniable charm to the characters of the DC Universe.

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Alien 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

While many things could be said about the now 40-year-old horror/sci-fi classic, perhaps most surprising is how well it’s stood the test of time.

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Widows 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

British director Steve McQueen has created an outstanding crime/thriller in the form of 2018’s Widows, which was recently released on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.

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Hunter Killer 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Three years since London Has Fallen hit the home screen the producers are back at it again with their latest entry Hunter Killer. We take a closer look at the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release.

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Fantastic Beasts - The Crimes of Grindewald 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, which although, is not without its more charming moments, is undoubtedly a tale for adults. And with it, brings a different perspective on the characters we were introduced to in the Harry Potter series.

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Sicario - Day of the Soldado 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Sicario Day of the Soldado, directed by Stefano Sollima, may follow closely regarding story and style; however, it just can’t reach the same heights as Sicario.

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Tangerine Dream - Supernormal

In late November I reviewed an album that Tangerine Dream had launched at a series of concerts performed in Melbourne earlier that month. That album was called 'MALA KUNIA'. It features the same line up which performed the Melbourne shows. This album was

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Lane Baldwin - The View From Here

Lane Baldwin has quite a following on StereoNET due to the excellent 'DIG THE HOLE' album from a few years back, released under the moniker of 'DEEPER BLUES'.

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Jerome Sabbagh - The Turn | Album Review & Interview

Resident Music Editor David Martin, chats with Jerome Sabbagh, as his most recent album 'The Turn' is released and a Vinyl LP is successfully crowd-funded.

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TANGERINE DREAM - MALA KUNIA

To coincide with the recent Melbourne performance, we had the release of the new so-called Cupdisc 'MALA KUNIA'. What modesty, to call a 55 minute album a mere E.P.

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Rush - Presto

This new edition comes courtesy of Audio Fidelity, with Kevin Gray responsible for the mastering. Packaged with a rather endearing monochrome photo of a bunch of rabbits emerging from a levitating hat, the promise was one of change, and by keeping the so

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Tom E. Lewis - Beneath The Sun

If you hear the name spoken, you would hear it as Tommy Lewis. But that can't be right. Wasn't Tommy Lewis the young man spotted at an airport in 1978 and chosen to play the titular lead in the classic Fred Schepisi movie...

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Jon Wirtz - Tourist

Jon Wirtz is a pianist, composer and producer now based in Denver, Colorado. I had the opportunity to audition his second album, and speak with Wirtz himself.

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A Long Time Comin - The Mystery of the Electric Flag

I have considered this particular mystery for the best part of 46 years, and every couple of years, start to ruminate about it all over again. I have written to music writers overseas, and never once got a reply.

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Heart - Magazine

"MAGAZINE" was certainly commercially successful on its first release in Canada and the U.S., albeit in an unauthorised version that the record company released rather spitefully following fractious attempts by the group to renegotiate their contract.

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