EP Review: High Tyde – ‘Safe’

Brighton’s Indie band High Tyde have released their third EP Safe which perfectly showcases their musical and song writing progression whilst still maintaining th …

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The Money War: “I think people relate to honesty and that’s what were striving for”

Hailing from sunny Perth is indie-rock duo, The Money War. Comprised of Dylan Olliverre (Rainy Day Women) and Carmen Pepper (Warning Birds), The Money War formed af …

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Cleaning up our act: how do we combat Islamophobia?

The only sign of human activity was the four pairs of chef clogs resting on a mostly empty shoe rack. I briefly panicked, wondering if I’d already committed a fau …

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GIG REVIEW: Saskwatch with Cub Sport

Friday 8th April – This was my motivation night, my ‘just do this assignment now and you can have fun then’ night. Richmond didn’t have any footy to contend …

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Lisa King’s ‘Riot of Orchids’ at NO VACANCY QV

Adelaide-based artist Lisa King has crossed state lines to bring her new exhibition Riot of Orchids to NO VACANCY Gallery QV, in Melbourne. King got her beginnings …

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Business As Usual For Marian Hill

Marian Hill have released their sophomore record titled ‘Unusual’. The band comprises of Samantha Gongol (vocalist and songwriter) and Jeremy Lloyd (pro …

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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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Camp Cope announce new album ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’

  Following on from their 2016 self-titled debut, the nine-track album canvasses a wide range of issues, from the importance of independence (“Animal and Rea …

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Review: Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon

First, we were Born to Die, then we were taken to Paradise. We were dragged into Ultraviolence and now we’re embarking on our Honeymoon. Lana Del Rey’s musical …

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Lauren Guymer’s Parallel Universe

Every so often, a piece of art will just tickle your imagination. Sometimes it’s a colour or a face. Other times it’s a feeling — a vibe that thrills …

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