Vince Staples is as razor-sharp as ever on ‘FM!’

Vince Staples has always been a man of deceptive versatility. Though his flows and vocal performances sometimes come across as familiar, there’s no denying that h …

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Exploring Life (and the afterlife) with artist Emma Hampton Walshe

Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Emma Hampton Walshe is about to open an exciting new, two-part show at our favourite Collingwood outpost, Off the Kerb. Calle …

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Interview: Yellow Days

Two and half years may seem like a long time for a teenager, especially if you’re getting as little sleep as Yellow Days’ brainchild George van den Broek. Thoug …

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VK Nagrani on Socks, Style, and His Very Hip New Store.

Who would’ve thought, in the age of e-commerce and mass consumerism, that the best way for a brand to distinguish itself would be to offer its clientele a hip, br …

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Rachael Edwards Gets Psychedelic at Off the Kerb

Melbourne-based UK artist Rachael Edwards creates surreal, colourful collages from mixed media. She takes things – bits and pieces that she’s collected …

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Lanks Releases New Single ‘Holla’ And Announces New EP

Melbourne producer LANKS has just releases his latest single, Holla, whilst also announcing his upcoming EP, Viet Rose, is due to be released on October 14th.  201 …

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An Interview With Nōva

2015 has been a year of new artists, blossoming into the spotlight. One that’s sure to soon have fame is a young singer named NŌVA. At the bright age of 19, the …

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An Interview With KAPTAN

Recently we got to chat with Nashville’s KAPTAN about his feel-good indie EP, Sprinter. KAPTAN is the solo project of Andrew de Torres, who is known for being the …

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Caitlin Rigby and her Etherial Reflections

What’s a portrait without a face? Is it a portrait? Or it is something else altogether? In any case, Australian artist Caitlin Rigby’s new show Reflection, due …

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Album Review: The Creases ‘Tremolow’

The Creases’ patience is almost as admirable as their talent. Three years have passed since the Brisbane group’s Gradient EP demonstrated their knack for equall …

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