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Now that the world is finally settling after this year’s Eurovision competition, it’s time to have a look at how Australia fared in the final results.
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Earlier this month, Tone Deaf reported on the controversy now surrounding Guns N’ Roses and one of Australia’s own homegrown rock acts, after a fan
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If you don’t know what you’re doing this Sunday, Michael Maloney has just made your plans for you. The vinyl obsessive is bringing his famous
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