Meet the boys of Youth Club

After being drowned for weeks in an ocean of project with a really tight deadline that actually made me – as an insomniac – missed sleep, I can finally …

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EP Review: High Tyde – ‘Safe’

Brighton’s Indie band High Tyde have released their third EP Safe which perfectly showcases their musical and song writing progression whilst still maintaining th …

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Getting To Know: Adam Osemrs.

Play is a word that serves to describe Melbourne-based artist Adam Osemrs’ artwork well. So it’s fitting, then, that his new show, which is the visual embodimen …

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Candy Ng’s Whimsical World of Imagination at Off the Kerb

Melbourne-based graphic artist and illustrator Candy Ng is a bit of a globetrotter. Born in Hong Kong, Candy made the move to Australia at age 17, and has studied b …

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Women in Film – Does Hollywood Pass The Test? Not really

Although the feminist movement is making progress within business and the workplace, the film industry is still one heavily dominated by men. When Viola Davis won h …

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Declan McKenna Releases New Video For ‘Bethlehem’

Rising young talent, Declan McKenna has released a powerful new video for his latest single ‘Bethlehem.’ Declan McKenna first sparked our interest with his sel …

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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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Interview with ‘Quayke’

Every so often you hear a voice that demands to be heard again. Quayke’s first release ‘You and This I’ is nothing short of mesmerising; beautiful vocals back …

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Album Review: Meg Mac ‘Low Blows’

Megan McInerny, who as a musician goes by the name Meg Mac, grew up with an interesting mix of musical influences. Throughout her childhood she grew up listening to …

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Youth Club Shouldn’t Be Sorry

Youth Club “happened” in Essex circa 2013, created by Danny  Blanco, Joe Fran, Gerarrd Duffield and Rees Broomfield. You might have remembered them fro …

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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 …