New release vinyl giveaway: ‘Daddy’s Home’ by St. Vincent

New release vinyl giveaway: ‘Daddy’s Home’ by St. Vincent

This month enter to WIN one of two amazing new release vinyl albums!

Like David Bowie before her, St. Vincent is fascinated by fluidity of personality – and her new album Daddy’s Home offers fresh facets of the musician’s self to explore!

Enter to win a copy of Daddy’s Home on JB Hi-Fi AU Exclusive Bronze Vinyl!

Daddy’s Home is available at JB Hi-Fi May 14.

This competition is now closed.

Thanks to Universal Music

Entries close: May 31, 2021

Winner announced: June 10, 2021

 

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Countdown to Godzilla vs. Kong 4K!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Godzilla vs Kong in 4K Ultra HD on June 23 we are taking a trip through the MonsterVerse!
Up next is Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019).

The modern Godzilla movie fans had been waiting to see, this direct sequel to the 2014 reboot features the highly anticipated appearance of three of the big lizard’s iconic adversaries. Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed King Ghidorah – given glorious CGI makeovers – join the growing screen MonsterVerse, with stars Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown and Kyle Chandler caught up in an epic clash of the titans.

It also reveals more about the top secret organisation known as Monarch, dedicated to locating these “massive unidentified terrestrial organisms” (MUTOs) and discovering the truth about their connection to our world.

Mythology plays a major part in the story, with the monsters now referred to as ‘titans’. “I felt that was the appropriate name for them, because titans were the first gods,” explains director Michael Dougherty. “If we did discover giant monsters hibernating in the bowels of the earth, it would be like that. There’s an automatic mystery to that term.”

Learn more about all the biggest kaiju films HERE:
stack.com.au/film-tv/godzilla-vs-kong-welcome-to-the-monsterverse/
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Countdown to Godzilla vs. Kong 4K!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Godzilla vs Kong in 4K Ultra HD on June 23 we are taking a trip through the MonsterVerse!
Up next is Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019).

The modern Godzilla movie fans had been waiting to see, this direct sequel to the 2014 reboot features the highly anticipated appearance of three of the big lizard’s iconic adversaries. Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed King Ghidorah – given glorious CGI makeovers – join the growing screen MonsterVerse, with stars Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown and Kyle Chandler caught up in an epic clash of the titans.

It also reveals more about the top secret organisation known as Monarch, dedicated to locating these “massive unidentified terrestrial organisms” (MUTOs) and discovering the truth about their connection to our world.

Mythology plays a major part in the story, with the monsters now referred to as ‘titans’. “I felt that was the appropriate name for them, because titans were the first gods,” explains director Michael Dougherty. “If we did discover giant monsters hibernating in the bowels of the earth, it would be like that. There’s an automatic mystery to that term.”

Learn more about all the biggest kaiju films HERE: 
https://stack.com.au/film-tv/godzilla-vs-kong-welcome-to-the-monsterverse/
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