Interview: Seth Sentry Captures Youth

We caught up with Seth Sentry, one of Australia’s premier rappers, ahead of an extensive February/March tour of his homeland:  Hi Seth! Thanks for taking time out to chat to us here at Something… Read More

The Coathangers stick to their guns

Baddass US-based punkers The Coathangers talk to’s Julia Boyle: Hey girls, I hope you had fun touring Japan recently. What did you do in the van to pass the time? Mainly try to catch up… Read More

Pretty Shady have got you covered

Preparation for a music festival is an incredibly meticulous business… the irony of spending hours/days considering an outfit that will make you appear effortlessly cool, the agonising over which bands to see/miss in those inevitable… Read More

Groovin’ The Moo Is Back In The Paddock!’s Ruth Hodge looks forward to one of Australia’s finest festivals: With the fervent belief that you can parade in summer clothing just that little bit longer, it’s time to strap a cardigan… Read More

Alliance Française French Film Festival

Alors, the Alliance Française French Film Festival is once again working its way through Australia’s cities and into our hearts this coming Autumn, showcasing a lineup of 49 beautifully worked features and documentaries starting… Read More

Video Exclusive: Tanzer, My Divine Only

You may recall that at the back-end of last year we brought you the debut video premiere from the frankly magnificent Tanzer. Well, now we have another new-and-exclusive offering from the Melbourne-based artist, otherwise known… Read More

Ariel Pink in Sydney – Live Review

Melissa Barrass headed to Oxford Art Factory to catch American singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ariel Pink in action: Braving a fever that could only challenge Chuck Norris at his worst, I witnessed Nicholas Allbrook… Read More

Laneway 2015 – Sydney review & photos

Boasting a seriously impressive line-up, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival headed to Sydney on Sunday. Reviewer Ruth Hodge and photographer Philip Erbacher captured everything in words and pictures: If you were wanting to go… Read More

Live Review: Sugar Mountain 2015

Neika Lehman headed to summer’s sweetest one-day treat – Melbourne festival, Sugar Mountain: After a one-year hiatus, Melbourne music and arts festival Sugar Mountain reared amorphously from its new CBD location: the Victorian… Read More

Music: High Tea at Glebe Town Hall

An offer of High Tea always piques’s interest. Addy Fong finds out more: It’s been a wonderful start to 2015 for Sydney’s live music scene with many performances really celebrating the magic of… Read More

Video Premiere: Opia – Signs

If you’re suffering the midweek blues, then allow us to deliver some aural/visual pleasure in the form of an exclusive video Premiere from Perth band Opia. Signs is the second single from the trio’s forthcoming debut album and… Read More

Gazebo emphasises community dining

Following an extensive transformation that strongly nods to the 1960s (when the landmark building was built), Gazebo in Sydney’s Elizabeth Bay reopened at the back-end of last year. We decided it was high-time we headed along to… Read More