Alex the Astronaut’s See You Soon EP Out This Friday

There is a very small select group of people in this world that are able to say that they have been praised by superstar singer, pianist and composer Elton John and …

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Yasmina Alaoui: Bridging Extremes and Embracing Opposites.

Yasmina Alaoui is a truly international artist. Of French and Moroccan descent, Alaoui was born in the United States, studied in Paris, and lives in New York. Her g …

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Dolce & Gabbana’s New Royalty Generation

Dolce & Gabbana always have something to show for in their collections, whether the collection, the controversy of models and motifs or even the front row atte …

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Street harassment: fighting back with ingenuity

“Really?” we responded in incredulity. This was a ninth-grade personal development and health class and our teacher had just told us that catcalling, wolf whist …

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Exploring Life (and the afterlife) with artist Emma Hampton Walshe

Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Emma Hampton Walshe is about to open an exciting new, two-part show at our favourite Collingwood outpost, Off the Kerb. Calle …

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Grace Taylor’s ‘Grown and Gathered’ at OTK.

Artist Grace Taylor’s affections for all things nature are clear to see. Her charming works feature all kinds of sweet little characters, furry and otherwise, and …

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Sundara Karma Release New Single ‘A Young Understanding’

Recently Reading four-piece, Sundara Karma premiered their first single, A Young Understanding, off their upcoming debut album which is set to be released this year …

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Young The Giant’s Home Of The Strange

After “Suicide Squad”, Young The Giant’s new album was the second thing I was looking forward to this August. Since they released the first single, “Amerika …

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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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Almost Iris: ‘Find Me Where the Feelings Go’

Mastering the art of the simple line is no mean feat. Just ask anyone who’s ever looked at a Matisse drawing and thought: “I could do that”—only to then fai …

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