Will Joseph Cook Asks You To “Take Me Dancing”


Will Joseph Cook, a 19-year-old musician from Kent, has just released a hugely addictive indie pop masterpiece. His new song “Take Me Dancing” is sta …

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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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Art Town 2016

One of Australia’s most vibrant cultural events is back for 2016, and it’s posed to turn the streets of Melbourne into a Plein-air art gallery. Courtesy of …

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The 1975 Release Single ‘Somebody Else’ From Their Upcoming Second Album

Our favourite British heartthrobs, The 1975, have just premiered their latest single Somebody Else on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 on Radio One. The track comes off the ba …

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Patrick Price on Content Creation, Creativity, and His New Role with Collarts.

Collarts, also known as the Australian College of the Arts, are celebrating a new chapter in the life of the school. After recently acquiring the Mercer School of I …

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American Politics: what you need to know before November 11th

2016 will go down in history as the year that hosted the most intense and hyped United States election that the world had ever seen. From constant throwing of accus …

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Artist to Watch: LOVA

Last month I caught up with rising Swedish artist LOVA. The young singer had already had a whirlwind of a year supporting Noah Kahn in Australia back in June and ha …

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Melbourne Music Week 2017

Back for its eighth year, the Melbourne Music Festival has released the first details of its mammoth schedule. Including the annual music summit Face the Music, The …

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Déjà vu: The Ongoing Saga Surrounding Richard Prince

Remember not too long ago when everyone was talking about professional appropriator Richard Prince, and his Gagosian show Richard Prince: New Portraits? Yeah, well …

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Getting To Know: Julia Schmitt.

Artist Julia Schmitt’s darling pen-on-paper drawings capture the character of Melbourne and the quirkiness of the city’s inner north through a series of ill …

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