Lauren Guymer’s Parallel Universe

Every so often, a piece of art will just tickle your imagination. Sometimes it’s a colour or a face. Other times it’s a feeling — a vibe that thrills …

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The 1975 Release Single ‘Somebody Else’ From Their Upcoming Second Album

Our favourite British heartthrobs, The 1975, have just premiered their latest single Somebody Else on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 on Radio One. The track comes off the ba …

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Mira Krulic’s Cosmic Portal.

Artist Mira Krulic’s artworks are stunning. Literally. Gazing at one up close can be a little bit overwhelming—all of that neon-brightness roiling around your r …

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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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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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The Japanese House Releases Gorgeous New Video for “Saw You In a Dream”

The Japanese House has just dropped a new video for her latest single, “Saw You In a Dream” and yes, it is as gorgeous as the tune itself. We follow Amber Bain …

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Wafia Reveals Bold and Personal Single ‘Bodies’

“23-year-old singer songwriter Wafia is undoubtedly one of the most exciting Australian artists to emerge in recent years.” – Howl & Echoes “The awarene …

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Kaiit shines on “Live From Her Room” EP

By most definitions, Kaiit has surpassed the label of ‘One to Watch’, selling out shows and earning both shout-outs and glowing comparisons from idols-cum-conte …

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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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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 …