The Cultural Depth of Fashion’s Accessorisation

My left eye was twitching as I began to draft this piece up, because repeatedly, I’ve assessed fashion from its positives to its most negatives, hoping that somet …

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An Interview With Nōva

2015 has been a year of new artists, blossoming into the spotlight. One that’s sure to soon have fame is a young singer named NŌVA. At the bright age of 19, the …

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The Vaccines Reveal ‘Combat Sports’ and UK Tour

Widely adored indie rockers The Vaccines are set to return in 2018 with their fourth album ‘Combat Sports’ and a nine date tour throughout the UK. The British q …

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The Japanese House – Count to Nine

Amber Bain aka The Japanese House has unveiled the final instalment of her latest EP, Saw You in a Dream. ‘Count to Nine’ finishes the 4th EP for the young Engl …

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Tennis Music – A Sea of Creativity

Creative people get their ideas in different ways: some are born with it, others practice it, some sacrifice themselves for it, others flock to the deserts of LA or …

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Together with CYN

Yesterday saw the release of CYN’s debut bubbly summer anthem. ‘Together’ tells the tale of a certain kind of love where the mere thought of separation is alm …

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Must-see acts at ZOO Laneway Party

Helmed by progressive Melbourne bars Section 8 and Ferdyduke, ZOO Laneway Party will return this year at the end of Melbourne Music Week on the 25th November. The b …

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Album Review: Lorde, Melodrama

June 16th, the day of the Lorde has arrived and Melodrama is finally here. Four years ago, at only 16 years old, Ella Yelich-O’Connor captivated the entire mu …

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BANKS returns with new single ‘Underdog’

L.A based artist BANKS has returned after a small break and a series of on-going tours with a new release that calls for some serious celebration. “Underdog” p …

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Vera Blue Releases New Single ‘Private’

After lending her vocals to electronic artists, Flume and Slumberjack late last year, it’s only fair that Vera Blue drops a massive electronic-infused banger hers …

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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 …