The Aces share video for single ‘Volcanic Love’.

Following the announcement of their debut album, ‘When My Heat Felt Volcanic’, Utah quartet The Aces recently shared ‘Volcanic Love’, the second single from …

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Australian Musicians Come Together To Support Marriage Equality

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months you’re probably well aware by now that Australia is currently undertaking a marriage law postal s …

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Hold on; it’s going to be a bumpy ride

Whilst at the pub, my friend and I began talking about the potential of psychedelics within the scientific community, as he is a student of science, and I, a studen …

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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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Bill Cosby and the Court of Public Opinion

Art is commentary – we know this. We hear it in the dissections by art critics, and sometimes from the artists themselves. It’s on the little placards t …

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FOMO 2018: Three Must See Acts

As festivals expand in scale, an unfortunate reality lies in the truth that you will very well miss several acts that you were keen to catch as a result of timetabl …

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The power of language

At one stage bilingualism was frowned upon and seen to be detrimental to children’s cognitive development, however studies have shown that knowing at least one ot …

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Bleeding Knees Club Return With “Chew The Gum”

It’s been three years since we last heard from the boys of Bleeding Knees Club and on Monday night, the Gold Coast rockers finally finished their musical hibernat …

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Willehad Eilers: All Will Be Good.

German-born, Netherlands-based artist Willehad Eilers (also known as Wayne Horse) is about to open a solo exhibition of stunningly detailed ink drawings at A Juan P …

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Vallis Alps premiere new track “Oceans”

Sydney electronica duo Vallis Alps have released their brand new single, “Oceans.” The smooth, lively single follows the independent release of the band’s sec …

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Music Review: ‘More’ – NŌVA

This is the first track from Montreal based artist NŌVA we are seeing, and if its any indication of things to come, she is one to watch!   “More” is set t …