Amrit Murti’s ‘Translucent’ Beauty.

Art which takes a stand, makes a point and makes it well, comes to us in all different shapes and forms. Some art shouts it, brazen and in your face. Other art sidl …

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Kimbra’s ‘Primal Heart’ is a gorgeous reflection on self-empowerment

I wish I could begin this review by calling Kimbra something like ‘pop sensation’ or ‘acclaimed songstress’. Despite two Grammy awards (making her the third …

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NEU NOW is Now

A couple of months ago, we gave you a sneak peek into what Amsterdam’s premier international festival for emerging artists, NEU NOW, had in store for us this comi …

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Album Review: The 1975 – ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ 

It finally happened, The 1975 released their highly anticipated sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, maybe we s …

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An Open Letter to “Reverse Racism”

Dear “Reverse Racism”, I do not wish to make you feel marginalised or victimised (I can imagine the ways in which the system has persecuted you, I’d hate to c …

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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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Splendour in the Grass 2016’s Lineup is Everything and More

The Strokes (only Australian show) With so much uncertainty surrounding whether they’re still together, we’re pretty stoked they’re playing Splen …

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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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Grimes shares new single ‘Flesh Without Blood’

This morning on triple j Grimes premiered the new single ‘Flesh Without Blood’ and released her self directed video for the single. It was also announce …

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Austria Takes On ‘WDC Taipei 2016.’

In a modern world which is in a near-constant state of flux, it is so often the case that we, and the cities we live in, suffer from a bit of lag — because we hav …

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