Undercover’s New Society

Subversive with more performance act than runway show, Jun Takahashi of Undercover did the absolute most for the F/W 2017 season, which was held at the historic Sal …

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‘My vision was pretty much a stream of consciousness’ BØRNS talks debut LP ‘Dopamine’

BØRNS – With breakthrough tracks such as 10,000 Emerald Pools and Electric Love, 2016 is set to be one of the biggest years yet for the Michigan singer-songwrite …

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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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An Interview With Raveena

Meet New York singer-songwriter Raveena. I was first introduced to Raveena a little over 2 years ago and have been a supporter since. With her latest EP release &# …

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Zac Grenfell’s ‘Zucculents’ at OTK.

Melbourne-based artist Zac Grenfell likes greenery. Mind you, he’s equally as passionate about animals and his fellow humans; and he’s bringing all three togeth …

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A-Trak And Cory Enemy Remix LÉON’s ‘Tired Of Talking’

Canadian producer A-Trak has joined up with Los Angeles producer Cory Enemy to release a remix of Stockholm singer, LÉON’s debut single Tired Of Talking. The ori …

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Sundara Karma Release ‘Loveblood’ Music Video

Once again, Reading-based rock outfit, Sundara Karma have delivered an infectious indie-rock number, titled Loveblood, which originally featured on their debut EP, …

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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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Julien Baker signs with Matador records, releases new single “Funeral Pyre”

Having just concluded her world tour right here in Australia, Memphis born songwriter Julien Baker has just signed with Matador records for a re-release of her debu …

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Made in Iran.

The ways we consume film and television are changing. It’s all ‘on-demand’ — what you want, how you want it, when you want it. So it’s little surprise, th …

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all the tiny giants

What’s In A Name?

They often go unnoticed, subtly influencing the opinions of those around us. For the most part we don’t get to choose them, instead we can either embrace them, ig …