BANKS releases new video for “F**ck With Myself”

BANKS is back with a new single called ‘Fuck With Myself’ and a chilling, distressing and even destabilising music video to accompany it. Premiered exclusively …

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Beatriz Esguerra On How Colombian Art Is Taking The World By Storm.

The best-known name in Colombian art over the past decade is arguably that of visionary artist Doris Salcedo. Salcedo’s work Shibboleth, a 167-metre-long crack in …

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An Open Letter to “Reverse Racism”

Dear “Reverse Racism”, I do not wish to make you feel marginalised or victimised (I can imagine the ways in which the system has persecuted you, I’d hate to c …

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Jorja Smith Drops Soulful ‘February 3rd’

Jorja Smith has achieved much more than any other 20-year-old I know. She’s been co-signed to Drake’s label, and collaborated with a range of huge artists inclu …

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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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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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VK Nagrani on Socks, Style, and His Very Hip New Store.

Who would’ve thought, in the age of e-commerce and mass consumerism, that the best way for a brand to distinguish itself would be to offer its clientele a hip, br …

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Willehad Eilers: All Will Be Good.

German-born, Netherlands-based artist Willehad Eilers (also known as Wayne Horse) is about to open a solo exhibition of stunningly detailed ink drawings at A Juan P …

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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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St Jerome’s Laneway Festival Outdoes Itself

Between the riverside streets of Footscray, St Jerome’s Laneway festival was pounding the pavement between apartments, houses, warehouses and factories. With over …

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