Getting To Know: Julia Schmitt.

Artist Julia Schmitt’s darling pen-on-paper drawings capture the character of Melbourne and the quirkiness of the city’s inner north through a series of ill …

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The Untouchables?

Imagine you’re reading the news. You come across a particularly disturbing headline; it reads something along the lines of – ‘Young Girl Accuses Father of …

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The Kite String Tangle Debut

Aussie emotive electronic juggernaut, The Kite String Tangle, has finally graced our eager ears with his first self-titled full length album. With early releases li …

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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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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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Quentin Tarantino’s 8th Film – Expect Similarities And New Territories

When you look at the list of movie’s to be released this Christmas, one of the biggest stand outs is Quentin Tarantino’s 8th film, The Hateful Eight. Coming off …

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Camp Cope Releases New Single ‘How To Socialise And Make Friends’ – And Sells Out Another Two Shows On Their Album Tour

Australian trio Camp Cope have officially released their new single ‘How to Socialise and Make Friends’, premiering on triple j ‘s Good Nights on the January …

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Album Review: Lorde, Melodrama

June 16th, the day of the Lorde has arrived and Melodrama is finally here. Four years ago, at only 16 years old, Ella Yelich-O’Connor captivated the entire mu …

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Leave Me Alone – A Summery Syllabus of Spanish Surf-pop

Today Madrid-based lo-fi quartet Hinds release their long anticipated album, Leave Me Alone, through record label Lucky Number Music Ltd. Composing the line-up are …

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First Aid Kit Returns With Fourth Album ‘Ruins’

After more than three years since their last album, Swedish sisters First Aid Kit have returned with another dose of dreamy folk. Ruins is the deepest look we’ve …

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A day at Laneway 2020

And another day at Laneway is done and dusted. In comparison to last year, this time we were treated to a much sunnier evening. Festivals often fall into the trap o …

A look back at Falls Festival 2020

Falls Festival finally came to an end in Fremantle, and it showed us once again why they are one of the best Australian Festival. The usually set up was a bit diffe …