Review: Ryan Adams – 1989

Given my immeasurable respect for Taylor Swift as an artist, what I’m about to say may sound borderline blasphemous. But please, give me a chance to explain mysel …

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Introducing: Soto Voce

It’s a chaotic era for politics right now and in the lead-up to the Presidential election there couldn’t have been a more fitting time for electronic duo, Soto …

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To those that use the term “All Lives Matter”

To those that use the term “All Lives Matter” If all lives mattered… Black lives wouldn’t be so devalued; Black lives wouldn’t be so in danger. If all liv …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Simon Dransfield.

Black Lake is a creative studio housed in the heart of Collingwood, Melbourne. The space is bright and light and positively brimming with creatively minded folk; tw …

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Lime Cordiale Debut Album “Permanent Vacation”

After three years of lively alternative pop releases tinged with flavours of seventies’ soul and funk, Lime Cordiale have crafted an immensely vibrant debut recor …

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Little May On The Bands Ever-Changing Dynamic And Their Quest To Find A Band Puppy

It was only a year ago that Sydney band Little May released their debut album ‘For The Company’, but the band have already played a string of sellout shows thro …

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Interview: VYNCE “We are 4 youthful lads trying to create indie-pop music that people enjoy listening to at any time”

VYNCE – A 4-piece indie-pop band comprising of Peter Pegasiou (singer, guitarist), Tom Davis (drums), Conor O’Shea (bass) and Jack Kelsey (guitar). They fir …

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Interview: Jess Locke on her new album ‘Universe’

On Jess Locke’s sophomore album, Universe, the Melbourne-based singer-songwriter blends honest introspection with ‘sad pop’ sensibilities to create her most e …

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Candy Ng’s Whimsical World of Imagination at Off the Kerb

Melbourne-based graphic artist and illustrator Candy Ng is a bit of a globetrotter. Born in Hong Kong, Candy made the move to Australia at age 17, and has studied b …

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The Falls 2019/2020 lineup has dropped!

Get your $$$ ready because this is one festival you’re not gonna want to miss. After a massive 2019/18, the Falls guys have dropped another jaw dropping lineu …