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Mick Fanning And Mason Ho Find Cold Waves In ‘Comfortably Numb’
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 11th, 2016
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Alaska. The final frontier. In the latest episode of Rip Curl’s Search series aptly titled Comfortably Numb, Aussie Mick Fanning and American Mason Ho head to the frozen north of the North American Continent in search of waves created by calving glaciers. Opening up on time away from competitive obligations and the roller coaster year that was 2015, Mick'

Life & Style
How Sir Winston Churchill Legally Consumed Alcohol In The US During Prohibition
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Jul 21st, 2016
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The early part of the 20th century was a very different time – politicians were widely respected leaders, smoking was encouraged as a means of stress relief, and alcohol was almost universally believed to harness powers to remedy sickness. But in the United States, for almost all of the 1920’s and the early part of the 1930’s, prohibition disenfranchis

Entertainment
HBO’s ‘The Night Of’ Is Your Next Immersive Crime Series Obsession
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Jul 12th, 2016
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HBO's latest crime drama miniseries The Night Of, a US adaptation of the 2008 BBC drama Criminal Justice, was set to mark the return of James Gandolfini to HBO, the cable network where he made his name. Gandolfini only managed one day’s worth of shooting before his death in 2013 and the series, which he also executive-produced (Gandolfini is given a po

Motors
Test Driving The 2016 Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • May 10th, 2016
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There’s no racetrack in Australia quite like Phillip Island. Situated roughly an hour and a half’s drive from Melbourne, the world famous grand prix circuit sits just off the southern Victorian coastline, amidst the harsh elements blowing in off Bass Strait. It’s a fast and flowing track, renowned as one of the alluring stops on the MotoGP circuit each

Life & Style
48 Hours In Tokyo With Gucci: Our Guide
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Apr 28th, 2016
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We recently traveled to the Japanese capital and fashion hub for the unveiling of Gucci Guilty Eau’s new fragrance for him & her, and because Tokyo is one of our favourite cities on the map.What’s on offer? An eclectic mix of food, fashion and street culture combined with the industrial efficiency and unparalleled infrastructure so unique to Japa

Entertainment
First Look: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Apr 7th, 2016
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The first film in the new standalone saga from Lucasfilm, this is our first look at Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Billed as a tale of how a group of unlikely heroes unite to undertake a daring and seemingly impossible mission to steal the plans for the Death Star, expect a Summer 2016 release in Australian theatres.

Gear
Introducing Gucci’s Latest Fragrance Addition: Guilty EAU
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Mar 17th, 2016
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We were lucky enough to spend a few days in Tokyo back in January launching Gucci's latest fragrance, which has this week launched as a new addition to their fragrance family, Gucci Guilty. Guilty, which released in 2010 and has been a staple of the Tuscan fashion house's lineup as a modern and wearable fragrance, has been reinterpreted into a smoother, ligh

Life & Style
Hunter S. Thompson On Finding Your Purpose In Life
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Mar 13th, 2016
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In early 1958, Hunter S. Thompson was 22 years old when he received a request for life advice from Hume Logan, a long-time friend. In his response, Thompson discusses the way modern society often dictates how we settle on career goals at a very young age, then forcing ourselves to stay constrained to these commitments which often creates a tremendous amount

Sport
Tiger Woods Opens A New Golf Course For Kids, Inaugural Shot Is A Hole-In-One
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Mar 3rd, 2016
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Tiger Woods opened a new golf course at Bluejack National, a world-class private golf club and community near Houston, Texas today. The course features a short course ideal for families, aptly named 'The Playgrounds' that was designed by Tiger himself. All was going to plan when up stepped 11-year-old Taylor Crozier, who did the unthinkable on the first shot

Motors
Ken Block’s Gymkhana Eight: Dubai
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Mar 2nd, 2016
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Ken Block is back, this time hitting the Emirates in his Ford Fiesta RX43 and turning the streets of the extravagant and futuristic Dubai into the DC Shoes founder's own playground. Highlights are doughnuts inside a square of exotic Police-converted supercars and seeing his 650 hp Fiesta RX 43, which hits 100km/h from a standing start in 1.8 seconds, square

Sport
True Grit: The David Pocock Story Part 2
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Mar 1st, 2016
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Here it is. After a stunning debut with part 1 of 'True Grit,' ABC's Australian Story have delivered us part 2 of the David Pocock story. The second instalment ushers us through the Wallabies loose forward's rapid progression through Australia's professional rugby ranks, and how his social activism developed at a similar rate.Pocock's fanatical commitmen

Entertainment
First Look: FX’s Taboo
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Feb 28th, 2016
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Tom Hardy is hitting the small screen in FX's eight part miniseries Taboo, alongside Michael Kelly (House of Cards) and Jonathan Pryce (Game of Thrones). The ever-talented Hardy, who is nominated for an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actor category for his portrayal of antagonist John Fitzgerald in Alejandro González Iñárritu's The Revenant, is executive pr

Sport
True Grit: The David Pocock Story Part 1
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Feb 25th, 2016
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True Grit, the story of Wallabies star David Pocock, is a look at the formative years of one of Australian sport's greatest athletes. Pocock and his partner Emma took ABC's Australian Story back to Zimbabwe, the country he spent the first 13 years of his life, to show how political unrest and a series of dramatic events shaped the passion that drives him bot

Entertainment
Kanye West – Facts
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Jan 1st, 2016
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The arrival of the 2016 has brought us a new track from Kanye West uploaded via his Soundcloud. "Facts" is effectively a massive Nike diss and gives us a taste of what looks to be his new album, expected in the middle of this year.

Life & Style
Presenting the Chivas Regal 18 Ultimate Cask Collection
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Dec 23rd, 2015
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Chivas Regal have just released their 18 Ultimate Cask Collection, and have been kind enough to be provide us with a bottle, plus a number of recipes this Christmas. This 18-year-old drop is undoubtedly one of their finest, and has quickly become one of our favourites.The 18 Ultimate Cask Collection has been developed by Colin Scott, Master Blender for ove

Sport
Candide Thovex Skis Grass Better Than You Ski Snow
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Dec 9th, 2015
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Candide Thovex is back with another edit that could break the internet, this time featuring in what is effectively a downhill ski video set in the middle of Summer.Promoting his latest partnership with Audi to promote the new quattro® range, Candide breaks the mould of traditional ski edits featuring him shredding pow or sending cliffs, with the Frenchm

Entertainment
First Look: American Crime Story – The People Vs O.J Simpson
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Dec 3rd, 2015
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FX have delivered what looks to be the best new series of 2016, taking a look inside the trial of former NFL running back O.J. Simpson. The 1969 number one draft pick was tried for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her alleged lover, Ron Goldman at a time when the civil rights movement in the United States was at boiling point. After allegedly mu

Entertainment
Kanye West’s “Flashing Lights” Video Receives A ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Tribute
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Nov 23rd, 2015
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Who doesn't remember the Spike Jonze and Kanye West-co-directed music video to Yeezy's 2007 Graduation single "Flashing Lights." The clip was filmed entirely in slow-motion, with Playboy model Rita G featuring as the centrepiece, setting a Ford Mustang Bullit on fire with Kanye himself tied and gagged in the trunk. The visual now receives a thrilling Gra

Entertainment
First Look: Concussion
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Nov 19th, 2015
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Concussion and its long term effects on the human brain are as topical as ever across all levels of sports, not only in Australia but worldwide. Concussion tells the David vs. Goliath journey of Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith), the forensic neuropathologist who made the first discovery of football-related brain trauma in a pro player in the United States and f

Entertainment
Australia’s First “Flying Pub” Thanks To Carlton Draught
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Nov 12th, 2015
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We were lucky enough to spend the day yesterday up in the air above Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula inside Australia's very first "Pub on a Plane" thanks to Carlton Draught. Equipped with draught beer, a comedian and a cover band, the "Flying Pub" took off from Essendon Airport inside a re-fitted Gulfstream jet.With Sam Fisher from the St Kild

Entertainment
First Look: Vinyl
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Oct 14th, 2015
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HBO, the undisputed leader in cable television programming, have teamed up with legendary film director Martin Scorcese and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to bring us their latest offering, Vinyl. Exploring the music scene of 1970s New York and as with a fair few Scorsese flicks - Goodfellas, Wolf of Wall Street, etc - Vinyl follows the lifestyle of

Gear
Style Bosses Of The 90’s
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Oct 13th, 2015
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This post is sponsored by our good friends at District5ive who are offering 30% off  everything on their website using code 'BOSS30'.Will Smith Potentially the biggest inspiration behind District 5ive. Whether it be in the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Bad Boys, a live performance or an F.P.J.J live performance, the guy just killed it whatever the occasion w

Motors
What a Formula 1 Crash at 321 km/h Looks Like
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Oct 11th, 2015
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We've seen some big crashes in motorsport this weekend. Chaz Mostert's Ford Falcon pinballed off walls approaching Forrest's Elbow at up to 170 km/h during Bathurst qualifying on Friday, with the defending Bathurst 1000 champion blaming  sun glare for the crash that also took out a steward's box and landed him in hospital needing surgery on both a broken le

Motors
Inside the Cockpit of a Williams F1 Car
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Oct 8th, 2015
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Williams F1 have this week released what they're calling "cockpit cam", giving insight into a lap of Spain's famous Jerez circuit from the view of the driver. While not officially releasing whether it's Felipe Massa, Valtteri Bottas, or perhaps even test driver Suzie Wolff behind the wheel, the power of the internet has very quickly deduced that it is indeed

Sport
First Look: Ronaldo
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Oct 1st, 2015
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Already a star on the pitch, Portuguese international Ronaldo has released the trailer for his latest venture, a documentary on his life over a one year period entitled 'Ronaldo'. The Real Madrid forward allowed a film crew unprecedented access to his private and public life over 14 months, giving us unique insight into the world of one of the biggest athlet

Sport
Marcus Mariota Throws A 52-Yard Touchdown On His First Drive In The NFL
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Sep 14th, 2015
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The NFL careers of former and current Heisman Trophy winners Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota kicked off at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa this morning, with Mariota's Tennessee Titans running out 42-14 winners over Winston's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The two quarterbacks, who were drafted with the number 1 and 2 picks respectively at the 2015 NFL draft, faced

Technology
First Look: The Gamechangers
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Sep 6th, 2015
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BBC has released the first trailer for their upcoming Grand Theft Auto docudrama, and it looks impressive. The Grand Theft Auto franchise is the most successful console series of all time and The Gamechangers, starring Daniel Radcliffe as Rockstar Games president Sam Houser, examines the games development and public scrutiny in 2002 with the release of Gra

Technology
Graava Self-Editing HD Smart Camera
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Sep 3rd, 2015
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Ever spent hours editing footage from your last holiday or a weekend skiing? With self-editing technology, Graava's HD offering makes the concession that not everyone has the time nor the patience to do everything themselves.Graava is automatically able to detect what it believes to be 'the best or most exciting moments' using a variety of sensors includi

Entertainment
First Look: Narcos
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 28th, 2015
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Streaming service Netflix aims to expand into 200 countries in 2016, and their latest original series Narcos, set to drop in the US today, is one to keep an eye on. Led by executive producer and director José Padilha (RoboCop), the series tracks the rise and fall of Colombian cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar and the bloodthirsty drug war waged between the US

Life & Style
The Yo! Home By Simon Woodroffe
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 26th, 2015
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How do you turn a one-room flat into a four-room flat? That's the task Simon Woodroffe set himself, and one which he believes he has solved.After his music career Woodroffe made a successful venture into bringing Japanese food to the British market with YO! Sushi back in the mid 1990's. He sold his controlling interest in 2003 and set himself on his next v

Life & Style
Swimming Through The Air: London’s First Sky Pool
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 25th, 2015
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Not something you see everyday, developers in London are building what they claim is the world's first "sky pool" — a 25-metre-long swimming pool suspended 10 stories in the air between two blocks of luxury flats. The Embassy Gardens project, on the south bank of the Thames will give residents exclusive use of the transparent pool some 35 metres off the gr

Gear
What Goes Into Crafting One Of The World’s Most Intricate And Extravagant Watches?
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 10th, 2015
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Late last year, Swiss ultra-luxury watchmaker Patek Philippe unveiled the Grandmaster Chime 5175R watch (ref. 5175R-001) to commemorate their 175th anniversary. Released as the storied watchmaker's most complicated timepiece ever, the 5175R features 20 complications across two dials – including three gongs and three hammers – altogether comprising 1,366

Entertainment
First Look: Sneaky Pete
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Aug 5th, 2015
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Bryan Cranston, everybody's favourite high school 'science teacher cum meth kingpin' is back, this time producing Sneaky Pete for the Amazon streaming service.Starring Giovanni Ribisi (Avatar, Gangster Squad) and Margo Martindale (The Americans) and also featuring Cranston, Sneaky Pete revolves around a conman (Ribisi) who, after leaving prison, takes co

Entertainment
First Look: ‘The Revenant’
  • by Tom Kilmister
  • Jul 18th, 2015
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The trailer for Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu's The Revenant is finally here. The film marks the first time Iñárritu and Leonardo DiCaprio have worked together,  with the survival-adventure tale featuring DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, the mythical frontiersman from the early 1820s, who after being brutally attacked by a bear and abandoned by his fellow hunte