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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NEU NOW is Now

A couple of months ago, we gave you a sneak peek into what Amsterdam’s premier international festival for emerging artists, NEU NOW, had in store for us this comi …

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Melbourne Music Week 2017

Back for its eighth year, the Melbourne Music Festival has released the first details of its mammoth schedule. Including the annual music summit Face the Music, The …

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Interview: VYNCE “We are 4 youthful lads trying to create indie-pop music that people enjoy listening to at any time”

VYNCE – A 4-piece indie-pop band comprising of Peter Pegasiou (singer, guitarist), Tom Davis (drums), Conor O’Shea (bass) and Jack Kelsey (guitar). They fir …

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mischer’traxler’s Utopian Designs

We’ve covered Viennese design wizards mischer’traxler studio here on Outlet before — remember the kinetic light and sound installation, Curiosity Cloud, from …

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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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EP REVIEW: Wafia ‘VIII’

Independent Australian label Future Classic has been responsible for releasing the work of some of the most noteworthy and celebrated electronic music artists of th …

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Melanie Martinez’ Sophomore Album Update

Alternative pop singer songwriter Melanie Martinez had a flying start to her music career with her debut album Cry Baby arriving to a huge amount of success. The al …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Luke Rion.

The second instalment of our feature on the Black Lake Studio takeover of Off the Kerb is an interview with exciting young artist Luke Rion. Courtesy of Luke Rion. …

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Help These Art Students Better the World

They say that a little bit of good can make a difference – that it’s the little things that count. We’re always hearing people in positions of pow …

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all made in iran

Made in Iran.

The ways we consume film and television are changing. It’s all ‘on-demand’ — what you want, how you want it, when you want it. So it’s little surprise, th …