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Stood Up by Jack Whitehall

“I’m surprised anyone in Australia could even be arsed to come and see me... I’m not even the funniest person in my family.” Award winning comedian Jack Whitehall has arrived in Australia well in advance of his upcoming Stood Up tour. Ahead of the tour City Hub spoke with Whitehall about the journey which has […]

Cry Club

Had it not been for a chance meeting on a flight to Japan 2019's 'most played artist' on Triple J Unearthed may not even exist. The duo of Jonathon Tooke and Heather Riley, best known now as Cry Club, first met on a flight to Japan as part of university trip. Surprisingly though the duo […]

Tiny Moving Parts

Typically when we think of family bands we jump to siblings or parents with their children. Minnesota trio Tiny Moving Parts though are a family band of a different kind. The band consists of brother Matthew and William ‘Billy’  Chevalier alongside their cousin Dylan Mattheisen. Despite this slightly unconventional family lineup, Mattheisen told City Hub […]

Rising From The Ashes

Thankfully last week brought with it some much-needed rain, albeit only a small amount. With that rain came an easing of the catastrophic fire danger that has plagued New South Wales for the past month. As the danger now eases we’re beginning to bear witness to the devastating impact these fires have had on individuals, […]


Before the entertainment world was rocked by the Harvey Weinstein scandal and subsequent #MeToo movement a bombshell was dropped on the news media, in particular, Fox News. Docudrama Bombshell explores this first wave of sexual harassment revelations. The film revolves around allegations pegged towards the then Fox News CEO Roger Ailes (John Lithgow) by news […]

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

For the fourth time in just over two years UK punk rockers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes will make their way down under. This time around the band will be commemorating the release of their third album, End Of Suffering. Which is somewhat fitting given the recent bushfire tragedies which have befallen our beautiful country. […]


Sam Mendes’ 1917 uses an especially impressive technical feat, in that it is filmed using one single shot for the entire length of the film. Set during the midst of World War I in northern France this film follows two young soldiers, Blake (Dean-Charles Chapman) and Schofield (George MacKay), as they are tasked with delivering […]

Poppy – I Disagree

Much like the artist herself Poppy’s latest record I Disagree is an incredibly hard one to nail down and describe. Throughout the 10 track offering there’s a smattering of different genres. For example, there are beautiful melodies and ballads sitting right alongside up-tempo electro tracks, and then out of nowhere she’ll drop an aggressive rock number […]

Creative Cacophony

Sydney Festival 2020 is set to bring the city to life with shows, exhibitions, concerts, etc at venues scattered around town. MAGIC MIRRORS SPIEGELTENT Regurgitator’s Pogogo Show One of Australia’s favourite alt-rock bands of the 90s is making a comeback, especially for the Sydney Festival. The upcoming Pogogo Show by Regurgitator will see the group […]

FOMO – Ninajirachi

On Saturday 19-year-old musician and producer Ninajirachi will step onto the stage of FOMO Festival, alongside many artists who have inspired her, and perform to perhaps the biggest audience in her career. FOMO Festival is a one day, one stage music festival designed by music lovers for music lovers. It is for this exact reason […]