Alex the Astronaut’s See You Soon EP Out This Friday

There is a very small select group of people in this world that are able to say that they have been praised by superstar singer, pianist and composer Elton John and …

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Meet Laneway Festival’s Latest Additions

In spite of the already stellar lineup, Laneway Festival has added another seven acts to their 2018 bill. Check out who is visiting your city early next year. &nbsp …

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Japanese Wallpaper Releases New Single ‘Cocoon’

At the age of only 18, Australian producer Gab Strum, a.k.a. Japanese Wallpaper just dropped his new hit Cocoon, the first track released after his debut self-title …

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Lime Cordiale Debut Album “Permanent Vacation”

After three years of lively alternative pop releases tinged with flavours of seventies’ soul and funk, Lime Cordiale have crafted an immensely vibrant debut recor …

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Bill Cosby and the Court of Public Opinion

Art is commentary – we know this. We hear it in the dissections by art critics, and sometimes from the artists themselves. It’s on the little placards t …

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Light Up With Shawn Mendes’ New Album “Illuminate”

Let’s be honest, we all know how amazing Shawn Mendes is at singing, but when “Treat You Better” first came out, we all knew this album will be the one we all …

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There’s Something Old (In A Good Way) About ‘Something New’

ALXNDR look like a threesome of boys out of a teen catalogue circa 1996. They’re all distressed jeans, dishevelled hair, flannel shirts, paisley and leather jacke …

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Jacob Coppedge’s ‘Dark Corner’ at Off the Kerb

For all the art we have to admire in the world, some of the most fascinating and enrapturing pieces remain to be some of the simplest: drawings. Maybe it’s the ra …

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My Journey To The Most Extreme Fetishes On The Internet

We all watch porn, don’t deny it. Some of us search the standard “sexy brunette stripping on webcam” and some of us search “sexy brunette bu …

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‘The Ink Draw’ Brings a Splash of Colour to Off the Kerb.

It’s often the case that we feel the need to make excuses about enjoying the simple, happy, bright little things that brought us joy as children. But why? Cou …

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It’s A New Era For The 1975

The 1975 debut their new track “Love Me” this morning during Annie Mac’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1. AND IT’S AMAZING! You might remember ear …