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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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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Polographia remixes Xavier Dunn’s ‘Give In’ Ft. Airling

The Polographia boys have just dropped a seriously sweet remix of Sydney newcomer, Xavier Dunn’s delightful track, ‘Give In’ featuring Aussie angel Airling. …

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Niall Horan goes solo with debut single ‘This Town’

It’s been a big freaking week for us directioners. First Harry Styles appeared as the star for Another Man on three, I repeat THREE magazine covers and secondly, …

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Interview: Ecca Vandal Releses Debut EP ‘End Of Time’

On Friday January 29th, Ecca Vandal dropped her debut EP, End OF Time, with no warning at all. The EP features five tracks with her 2015 hit singles, End Of Time an …

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Getting To Know: Adam Osemrs.

Play is a word that serves to describe Melbourne-based artist Adam Osemrs’ artwork well. So it’s fitting, then, that his new show, which is the visual embodimen …

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The Dunwells Start Again With New Indie Song “It’s OK This Time”

Bringing a new fresh sound to indie pop, The Dunwells are back with “It’s OK This Time”, to coincide with their UK tour, as they gear up for a new album. This …

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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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The IRL Panel hosted by Emma Gannon and Laura Jane Williams

I am a creature of the internet and comfort. I’ve met my best friends online, found the people that get me and become a part of communities of people that get it. …

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Yasmina Alaoui: Bridging Extremes and Embracing Opposites.

Yasmina Alaoui is a truly international artist. Of French and Moroccan descent, Alaoui was born in the United States, studied in Paris, and lives in New York. Her g …

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Not only willows are weeping

Not that there’s anything wrong with trees. They provide oxygen, which is always handy, and it is hard to deny they do have a certain serene beauty. Nevertheless, …

Vote For Change.

My parents are not outwardly political. I mean, they’re engaged. But there was no petitioning, picketing, or protesting during my childhood. I know what their pol …