Bill Cosby and the Court of Public Opinion

Art is commentary – we know this. We hear it in the dissections by art critics, and sometimes from the artists themselves. It’s on the little placards t …

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New George Ogilvie single ‘October’

You may not have heard of UK-based singer-songwriter George Ogilvie, but that is soon to change. Hailing from the historical cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent, the …

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Interview: JC Villafan Releases His Debut Album ‘America’s For Dreamers’

Recently we got to chat with twenty-four year old singer/songwriter, JC Villafan about his upcoming debut album, America’s For Dreamers, which is set to be releas …

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The Authenticity Of Diversity

James Scully once said ‘Gucci gets two thumbs down for the lack of diversity [in their casting]’ back in 2016, with the notion that the fashion industry was n …

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Meet Laneway Festival’s Latest Additions

In spite of the already stellar lineup, Laneway Festival has added another seven acts to their 2018 bill. Check out who is visiting your city early next year. &nbsp …

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Sundara Karma Release New Single ‘A Young Understanding’

Recently Reading four-piece, Sundara Karma premiered their first single, A Young Understanding, off their upcoming debut album which is set to be released this year …

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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: 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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Meg Mac releases the deeply resonant anthem ‘Give Me My Name Back’

Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Meg Mac has returned with a new single, ‘Give Me My Name Back’. The track is more than just the first taste of a forthcoming a …

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In the world of Rei Kawakubo

Come 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will see to host the next Met Exhibition based on the theme of Rei Kawakubo, the founder and designer of beloved Japanese …

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