Album Review: Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood

It’s happened, folks. Troye Sivan has officially cemented himself as a full-blown pop sensation. His debut, dubbed Blue Neighbourhood, is an atmospheric, ethereal …

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“There is always a piece of myself in every song I write” An Interview With Tor Miller

After the successful release of his debut EP “Headlights”, followed by a single “Carter & Cash” New York native, Tor Miller is now gear …

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Album Review: The 1975 – ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ 

It finally happened, The 1975 released their highly anticipated sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, maybe we s …

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What’s In A Name?

They often go unnoticed, subtly influencing the opinions of those around us. For the most part we don’t get to choose them, instead we can either embrace them, ig …

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Interview: Jess Locke on her new album ‘Universe’

On Jess Locke’s sophomore album, Universe, the Melbourne-based singer-songwriter blends honest introspection with ‘sad pop’ sensibilities to create her most e …

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New George Ogilvie single ‘October’

You may not have heard of UK-based singer-songwriter George Ogilvie, but that is soon to change. Hailing from the historical cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent, the …

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Artist Interview: Margaret Mcintosh

I got the chance to sit down and chat with local Melbourne artist, Margaret McIntosh- who currently exhibited at Off the Kerb Gallery in Collingwood. Her one-month …

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Creative Industries & The Unpaid Internship: A Tumultuous Love Story

Unpaid internships are an increasingly accepted and required step in building a career in creative and information based industries including journalism, filmmaking …

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Japanese Wallpaper Releases New Single ‘Cocoon’

At the age of only 18, Australian producer Gab Strum, a.k.a. Japanese Wallpaper just dropped his new hit Cocoon, the first track released after his debut self-title …

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The Japanese House Releases Gorgeous New Video for “Saw You In a Dream”

The Japanese House has just dropped a new video for her latest single, “Saw You In a Dream” and yes, it is as gorgeous as the tune itself. We follow Amber Bain …

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