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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Patrick Price on Content Creation, Creativity, and His New Role with Collarts.

Collarts, also known as the Australian College of the Arts, are celebrating a new chapter in the life of the school. After recently acquiring the Mercer School of I …

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Tennis Music – A Sea of Creativity

Creative people get their ideas in different ways: some are born with it, others practice it, some sacrifice themselves for it, others flock to the deserts of LA or …

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BANKS Is Back and “Better” Than Ever

After critics and fans alike had their minds blown by her debut album Goddess, BANKS has returned with another smash. It’s a seductive, raspy-toned power ballad c …

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Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile announce new LP Lotta Sea Lice

With their strangely successful blend of folk and blues Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile are back with their joint new album Lotta Sea Lice. Barnett and Vile have …

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Must-See Art: ‘Getting By’ by Astrotwitch at OTK.

In times of political turbulence, art has often been our saving grace. Not in so much as it’s anything like miraculous. No, the wonder of art is that it inspires …

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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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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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Album Review: The Creases ‘Tremolow’

The Creases’ patience is almost as admirable as their talent. Three years have passed since the Brisbane group’s Gradient EP demonstrated their knack for equall …

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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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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 …

The Clarity of Katie Burden

Started from a meditation retreat that ended up with an encounter with a group of blue chip musicians, Katie Burden’s journey as a musician began. She was raised …

‘Room 414’ – The Erised

Music is a universal language. It has the power to unite human beings in a fusion of unique experiences that every so often cast shivers down our spine or turn our …