Premiere: Paws Off feat: Sheena Wilbow

We’re excited to premiere the new video from Sydney producer Paws Off and vocalist Sheena Wilbow today. Not only that, but we’re introducing a new word into your vocabulary. Infactuated is the song’s title. No, that’s… Read More

Friedrich Nietzsche on Pop Music

In the second instalment of our new series, Chloe Mayne looks at legendary German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and his thoughts on popular music: What’s the role of music in our lives? More importantly,… Read More

Video Premiere: Plastic Birds, In Time

It’s no secret that we here at like to romp around in the psychedelic sonic swamp. Today, we’re thrilled to introduce you to the latest shard in our collection of gems; the… Read More

Documentary: A Riot Of Our Own’s Addy Fong checks out A Riot of Our Own, the powerful and sobering documentation of London’s live music scene, and picks the brains of the film’s director. You can watch the entire… Read More

Rekorderlig x George Maple x Thredbo

Photographer Phil Erbacher checked out the launch of Sounds in the Snow, which included a live performance from rising Sydney artist, George Maple. Here’s what occurred:  I’d noticed a certain name popping up all over… Read More

Review: The Casual Sexists – World of Noise

The second single from Wrongtom’s Rongorongo label is another off-the-wall selection of crooked-pop featuring transatlantic couple E​d​ and V​arrick Zed aka T​he Casual Sexists. Inspired by a mix of s​ynth­pop, d​ancehall,​ s​ex­-funk ​and… Read More

Mad Love exhibition comes to Sydney

Heads up! An ace new art exhibition, featuring a series of manga style illustrations by Chris Yee, is on its way to Sydney. Part of The Japan Foundation Gallery’s Contemporary Art Mini Series, Mad Love explores the experience… Read More

Together The People comes to Brighton

Festival+Brighton+Super Furry Animals = YES PLEASE. Ruth Hodge explains why you need to get yourself down to good old Sussex by the sea in September: There’s probably nothing better than a little summer seaside… Read More

Martin Buber on Treating One Another Better

Chloe Mayne looks at one of the most striking works by Jewish philosopher Martin Buber: How can we adjust the way that we interact with the world in order to value it in… Read More

Album review: Jamie xx – In Colour

In Colour, the surreal debut from Jamie xx, is simply incandescent to the ears. It is animalistic. Rhythmic. Perhaps a kaleidoscopic representation of modern British dance. But most importantly, it establishes Jamie Smith… Read More

In The Desert With The Church pulls the Australian music icons far from the Milky Way, as Chloe Mayne picks the imagination of The Church guitarist, Ian Haug: Hey Ian! Thanks for taking this window of time to… Read More

The Great Escape 2015 – Day Three

The final day at The Great Escape 2015 came around all-too quickly. Harriet Cheney was there once more for Day three began with the Aussie BBQ – an afternoon showcasing Australian artists… Read More