Déjà vu: The Ongoing Saga Surrounding Richard Prince

Remember not too long ago when everyone was talking about professional appropriator Richard Prince, and his Gagosian show Richard Prince: New Portraits? Yeah, well …

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“There is always a piece of myself in every song I write” An Interview With Tor Miller

After the successful release of his debut EP “Headlights”, followed by a single “Carter & Cash” New York native, Tor Miller is now gear …

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Brockhampton’s magic is far from lost on Iridescence

If there was a key word that could be applied to Brockhampton in 2018, it would be ‘pressure’. After last year’s Saturation Trilogy, a series of lauded albums …

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Australian Musicians Come Together To Support Marriage Equality

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months you’re probably well aware by now that Australia is currently undertaking a marriage law postal s …

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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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Exploring Life (and the afterlife) with artist Emma Hampton Walshe

Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Emma Hampton Walshe is about to open an exciting new, two-part show at our favourite Collingwood outpost, Off the Kerb. Calle …

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Street harassment: fighting back with ingenuity

“Really?” we responded in incredulity. This was a ninth-grade personal development and health class and our teacher had just told us that catcalling, wolf whist …

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Getting to Know: Liam Snootle.

Melbourne-based Liam Snootle (a.k.a. Liam Stewart) is perhaps best known for his work as a commercial and street artist, but his gallery shows are a hit, too—so m …

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Black Lake Studio Take Over OTK: An Interview with Luke Rion.

The second instalment of our feature on the Black Lake Studio takeover of Off the Kerb is an interview with exciting young artist Luke Rion. Courtesy of Luke Rion. …

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Dolce & Gabbana’s New Royalty Generation

Dolce & Gabbana always have something to show for in their collections, whether the collection, the controversy of models and motifs or even the front row atte …

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Review: Lana Del Rey – Honeymoon

First, we were Born to Die, then we were taken to Paradise. We were dragged into Ultraviolence and now we’re embarking on our Honeymoon. Lana Del Rey’s musical …