Laneway Lineup: Six Highlights

Arguably Australia’s most exciting festival by way of its unique curation, tickets for St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2018 are out now. With a stellar lineup that …

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Thomston announces debut record “Topograph”

It’s been almost over a year since Thomas Stoneman – aka Thomston – graced us with his Backbone EP. Now, the Auckland based songwriter and producer ha …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Simon Dransfield.

Black Lake is a creative studio housed in the heart of Collingwood, Melbourne. The space is bright and light and positively brimming with creatively minded folk; tw …

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Exploring Sexuality with Happy Lives

Sex sells, but sex is also something that you (still) don’t talk about easily. Although it’s no longer a taboo, it’s not really a subject you can talk about o …

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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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Interview: Private Life Are Back With Their Latest Single ‘Dragon’

After a 2 year hiatus, Melbourne duo Private Life have debuted their latest single ‘Dragon‘. Originally meeting through mutual friends, Renee Anderson and Jamie …

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Tuva Finserås Debuts With Two Enchanting Singles

A unique and captivating singer/songwriter, Tuva Finserås is originally from Drøbak, Norway but shifted her entire life to Melbourne in order to study, write and …

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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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Review: Ryan Adams – 1989

Given my immeasurable respect for Taylor Swift as an artist, what I’m about to say may sound borderline blasphemous. But please, give me a chance to explain mysel …

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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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