Camp Cope announce new album ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’

  Following on from their 2016 self-titled debut, the nine-track album canvasses a wide range of issues, from the importance of independence (“Animal and Rea …

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Film Review: Everest

Witness an emotional, riveting, perilous ride where tension and suspense is at its highest. Everest, the kind of movie that makes you think “What am I doing with …

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Grimes shares new single ‘Flesh Without Blood’

This morning on triple j Grimes premiered the new single ‘Flesh Without Blood’ and released her self directed video for the single. It was also announce …

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Interview: Ecca Vandal Releses Debut EP ‘End Of Time’

On Friday January 29th, Ecca Vandal dropped her debut EP, End OF Time, with no warning at all. The EP features five tracks with her 2015 hit singles, End Of Time an …

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Vallis Alps premiere new track “Oceans”

Sydney electronica duo Vallis Alps have released their brand new single, “Oceans.” The smooth, lively single follows the independent release of the band’s sec …

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Creative Industries & The Unpaid Internship: A Tumultuous Love Story

Unpaid internships are an increasingly accepted and required step in building a career in creative and information based industries including journalism, filmmaking …

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‘California’ – Grimes’ new prismatic visual

Our fav Canadian gal, Grimes is back at it again with another sequined kaleidoscopic visual for her latest release, ‘California’ – the newest clip taken off h …

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A Milestone Exhibition for Off The Kerb Gallery.

The Collingwood youth-arts mainstay will this month mark ten years in the Arts in Victoria. To celebrate the occasion, OTK will be hosting a large-scale charitable …

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The Japanese House – Count to Nine

Amber Bain aka The Japanese House has unveiled the final instalment of her latest EP, Saw You in a Dream. ‘Count to Nine’ finishes the 4th EP for the young Engl …

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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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