Interview: Young Franco

Brisbane’s favourite producer, Young Franco, has had a huge 2017 on the back of the release of ‘Miss You’ earlier in the year, performing to sold out crowds i …

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In the world of Rei Kawakubo

Come 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will see to host the next Met Exhibition based on the theme of Rei Kawakubo, the founder and designer of beloved Japanese …

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There’s Something Old (In A Good Way) About ‘Something New’

ALXNDR look like a threesome of boys out of a teen catalogue circa 1996. They’re all distressed jeans, dishevelled hair, flannel shirts, paisley and leather jacke …

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Ali Barter gives us the low down on her debut album and supporting The Preatures

With the release of her debut album A Suitable Girl back in March last year and supporting the likes of  Stevie Nicks, there’s no slowing down for the Melb …

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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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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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Say It With #PepsiMoji

What do you get when you mix two internationally renowned photographers, a world-class fashion designer, and one of the most popular beverage brands on the planet? …

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Vera Blue Evolves with Debut Album Perennial

Ahead of her first solo headline performance at Splendour In The Grass, Vera Blue – the project from unstoppable singer songwriter Celia Pavey – has release …

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Interview: Hatchie on her debut EP “Sugar and Spice”

After a killer 2017, this year is looking no less exciting for Brisbane singer/songwriter Harriette Pilbeam, aka Hatchie, whose dazzling and infectious dream-pop so …

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Rachael Edwards Gets Psychedelic at Off the Kerb

Melbourne-based UK artist Rachael Edwards creates surreal, colourful collages from mixed media. She takes things – bits and pieces that she’s collected …

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