Album Review: Daughter – ‘Not to Disappear’

Back in 2012, I was watching a very intense episode of The Vampire Diaries when this hauntingly beautiful song, Smother was played in the background and I instantly …

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Street harassment: fighting back with ingenuity

“Really?” we responded in incredulity. This was a ninth-grade personal development and health class and our teacher had just told us that catcalling, wolf whist …

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Sigrid Releases “Dynamite (Acoustic)” In Promotion Of Debut EP

Sigrid is gearing up to release her debut EP “Don’t Kill My Vibe” very soon. As we wait for that, she has dropped a new song from the EP titled “Dynamite” …

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Must-See Art: ‘Getting By’ by Astrotwitch at OTK.

In times of political turbulence, art has often been our saving grace. Not in so much as it’s anything like miraculous. No, the wonder of art is that it inspires …

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Outlet Mixtape Vol. 1

Looking for some new music? Well we’ve got you covered, here a little mixtape filled with awesome tunes just waiting to be listened. One of our favourite trac …

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Paramore To Bring ‘Tour Four’ To Australia

International rock superstars Paramore made a huge leap of faith earlier this year when they released the power pop album After Laughter. Having mostly released onl …

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Zac Grenfell’s ‘Zucculents’ at OTK.

Melbourne-based artist Zac Grenfell likes greenery. Mind you, he’s equally as passionate about animals and his fellow humans; and he’s bringing all three togeth …

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ALXNDR: ” Our Songs Are Very Real And Very Honest Stories Of Us”

Hailing from Newcastle, alternative pop band ALXNDR are ending a perfect year with their debut EP release ‘RWND’. So far the trio have been receiving an …

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“There is always a piece of myself in every song I write” An Interview With Tor Miller

After the successful release of his debut EP “Headlights”, followed by a single “Carter & Cash” New York native, Tor Miller is now gear …

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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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