11.01.2015

Halloween is one of our fave times of the year so this year we thought we’d throw together some spooky photos for the occasion. Oogey boogie!

The Midnight GA400 with a Totoro
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The WEBered GDX6900
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The BLudman G9300
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The Ectoplasmic GAC110
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The pumpkin jam(min) G5500JC
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Bones and Bullbars GA100
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GD120CM red blood cell cam-oh noo….
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Toxic Pumpkin GD100/GD120CM
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GPW(alking dead)1000
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M.U.D.(Mercenary of Unplanned Disasters) Master GWG1000
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Bob Cronk 1 steps in for our The Music Magazine’s (Brisbane) – “In Focus” feature shoot this issue.

Read about him in the current issue of The Music (Brisbane) #104.

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Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.


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Coolest band name of the month, Osaka Punch are in for our The Music Magazine’s (Brisbane) – “In Focus” feature shoot this issue.

Check them out in the current issue of The Music (Brisbane) #103.

Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.

10.01.2015

Another great night of classic tunage all on vinyl from the Candee Flip gang!

Highlights beloooowww!

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09.27.2015


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Fresh from a stint in Europe and Los Angeles Evol Walks are back stateside with a bunch of local shows and we snapped them for The Music Magazine’s (Brisbane) – “In Focus” feature (formerly The Guide cover) this week.

Check the current issue of The Music (Brisbane) #102.

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Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.


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Wow its been a crazy few weeks! We’ve been working on a few different things which we can’t wait to take the covers off, but in the meantime, the Brisbane edition of The Music magazine and casually cracked the big century! They kept it to a rather quiet celebration with just a couple newspaper friends and immediate pamphlet family members only 😉 For their special edition, we snap songstresses Avaberee who grace the “In Focus” feature section (formerly The Guide cover) followed up by Selahphonic for the current issue.


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Read about them all in the The Music (Brisbane) issue #100 and #101.

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Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.


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Mofo is Dead, not sure who Mofo is but he’s like Zed, thankfully his absence has no effect on the band from rocking, the lads are in for our The Music Magazine’s (Brisbane) – “In Focus” feature shoot this week (formerly The Guide cover).

Check them out in this week’s issue of The Music (Brisbane) #099.

Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.

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We’re going out with a bang for the last stop on our trip and what could be better than all the fun and craziness of a movie studio theme park!

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Universal studios is just across the bay from the Osaka Aquarium so if you time it right you could easily do both in the one day if you kept the aimless wandering to a minimum. Like most major theme parks its a breeze to get to, just one change of trains from Osaka station (approx. 10-15min) and a short walk along “Hollywood Boulevard” (a bunch of familiar western and westernised eateries) will have you in front of the famous rotating Universal fountain globe in no time. Check their website for transport options.

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Travel tip: Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate for around $60-70AU for a standard adult fare. There doesn’t seem to be any difference between online and gate prices so we chose to grab them at the gate. There are so many manned booths that there were no lines at all, unfortunately this is the only place that didn’t have lines!

Travel tip: Lockers are located on the outside of the park before you go through the gates, so dump your gear first as there are no pass outs once you enter the park.

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Once inside the park, its the usual constant battle for just about everything, having a map handy and some kind of game plan certainly helps. The website tries to assist with two recommendations, one for the littlies to chase down their fave characters and one to experience the featured rides.

Instead, we chose to hit our “must-dos” first, see how we were going for time then fill it with whatever was left. It’s a good theory till we arrived at our first ride at Jurassic Park and the posted approximate time was 45min. Damn. It’s a slow saunter through the obligatory zig zag maze but they try to ease the waiting and build the illusion of being immersed in the movie with authentic reports and warning sounds from monitor screens above the cattle run. As you’d expect the buildup of tension continues with a first person feel of traveling through the movie. I’ll hold back on the spoilers but will mention, about 10min later you more than certainly will be a little drenched!

Travel tip: take a disposable rain poncho if you want to keep dry. They’re available for purchase on site at a premium so a stop at a daiso for a 100Y special could be in order.

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One of our other fave rides would be the Back to the Future ride – a mechanical ride coupled to an imax sized screen to create a virtual environment, it was great but was over far too quickly.

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The entertainment is never short even if you’re not queuing for rides, parades are regularly scheduled as are the high flying shows on the main stage. Food, merch and souvenirs are also readily available in appropriately themed shops scattered throughout the park.
Being Japan it would almost be a crime if there wasn’t Hello Kitty and she doesn’t disappoint with regular stage shows (complete with backup dancing girl band) and her own section of the park drench in pink and nausea inducing cuteness.

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As you would expect features change semi regularly depending on what movie/franchise is big at that the time like Pirates of the Caribbean making way for Harry Potter. Its also not uncommon to see patrons cosplaying like they’re part of the show too. Not sure if creepy or awesome.

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So with tummies full of Hello Kitty pork buns and arms full of things like DeLorean model kits and Spiderman mugs, this closes our final entry for our epic Japan trip. While it only took us two weeks travelling, its taken closer to two years to write about it! So its probably best we didn’t make any promises on how long the next installment (Tassie 2014) is going to take :p Of course, we’re hoping sooner than later!

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If you have any questions on our travels, where to buy, what to do, hit us up on our Soulbridge media facebook page.

Japan 2013 part #1 – Arrival
Japan 2013 part #2 – Tokyo International Toy Expo
Japan 2013 part #3 – Gotemba – Premium Outlets mall
Japan 2013 part #4 – Tokyo – Studio Ghibli Museum
Japan 2013 part #5 – Tokyo – Kichijoji and Nakano
Japan 2013 part #6 – Tokyo – Akihabara
Japan 2013 part #7 – Tokyo – Tamiya HQ, Diver City
Japan 2013 part #8 – Yokohama – Zoorasia
Japan 2013 part #9 – Yokohama – Ramen Museum
Japan 2013 part #10 – Nissan HQ and Yokohama
Japan 2013 part #11 – Osaka – Nanba Shopping
Japan 2013 part #12 – Kyoto
Japan 2013 part #13 – Tokyo – Harajuku, Shibuya
Japan 2013 part #14 – Osaka castle, Umeda Sky building
Japan 2013 part #15 – Osaka Aquarium and Tempozan wheel
Japan 2013 part #16 – Osaka Universal Studios

Last month we were privileged to shoot long time friend Rani and her British mail order husband 😉 on their special day. While the location on the Noosa river was a lovely choice, little of it could be used with the “good luck” rain being unrelenting for most of the day and night (and the whole week leading up to the day!). We literally had just enough time to grab a couple group shots before it was a mad scurry back inside to the function room but that had no effect on the beaming smiles and laughter shared by all… and the food, oh boy the food. There are positives and negatives when you have a couple foodies tying the knot!

A couple that cuts the cheese together will be pleased together… or something. Congrats to the couple on the start of their new life (officially) together (:
(and thanks to Rani for sparing me our traditional crash tackle greeting! Haha -T)

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08.03.2015


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Those with a key eye or weekly itch for local Brisbane music news may have noticed a severe lack of an edition last week. While The Music website is going great guns, the weekly summary printed edition is getting a reworking, from now on they will be going to a fortnightly mag – so our The Guide cover shoots will feature accordingly. On the plus side this leads to a bumper issue each fortnight of more of what you love and a new format is also in the works (:

Back into it, you probably won’t want to sing “hold me closer Tony Danza” to this band, unless “hold me” means “mosh violently”. Danza get yell-y for our “The Guide” cover shoot this week.

Check them out in this week’s issue of The Music (Brisbane) #098.

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Get it FREE from all the usual street press outlets, read current and back issues online @ The Music magazine – Brisbane or download the new app for iTunes and Android.

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