Meet Olivver the Kid

It was only about a year ago, Bryan Sammis or more commonly known as Olivver the Kid stormed the music scene with his debut EP “Freak”. Now he’s back with his …

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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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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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The Industry For Women, by Women

The rise of the female direction is prominent in the new year, and continues to grow in the fashion industry. From New York’s first all-hijab collection by Indone …

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Glow Winter Arts Festival Lights Up Melbourne

A technicolour wonderland brimming with local art, laughs, cinema, and plenty more is about to descend on Melbourne. The Glow Winter Arts Festival, which was first …

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Album Review: Cub Sport’s ‘This is Our Vice’

Cub Sport completely bring it with their much anticipated debut album, “This is Our Vice’. Recorded in Melbourne and mixed by Australian producer John Castle, t …

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You’ll be listening to Angelo Mota until the break of ‘Dawn’

If you thought you were a rap aficionado like me, hold right up, because upon hearing Angelo Mota spit some serious bars you shall well and truly be shook. Cue the …

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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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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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We’ll Always Have Paris

I was talking to someone recently about why the hardest blow for many people, amongst all of the atrocities to have befallen the world of late, was the one that hit …

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all think piece

Is it me, or are we too PC?

‘Seen above are some of the potential prejudices we may see without the guidance of the ‘laws’ of Politically correctness.’ Political correctness, something …