Listen Out Guidance Mixtape

You there! So you’ve got a fresh flesh-bearing outfit and you’re ready to get your trainers fucked in the grounds of the beautiful Centennial Parklands (or Observatory Precinct, Brisbane Showgrounds or the Ozone… Read More

Five signs you actually love your job

Victoria Gottschalk uncovers five signs you’re starting to love your ‘9-5′ more than you originally planned:  Working a 9-5 job isn’t for the faint-hearted; it requires patience, organisation and a love of routine. For some… Read More

Gruff Rhys live in Brighton – review

Gruff Rhys returned to the grand setting of Brighton’s St. George’s Church to perform his American Interior show for an expectant crowd. As well as the usual beautifully sung, incredibly infectious songs, the… Read More

Bridie Connell’s B-Girl Rhapsody

Sydney-based artist Bridie Connell opens a text-based, burlesque-inspired installation this Wednesday. We asked her to tell us more… Hello Bridie. You are just about to launch your new show. Can you tell us… Read More

Music video: Little May – Dust

Sydney-based trio, Hannah Field, Liz Drummond and Annie Hamilton, better known as Little May, might well have already garnered a strong fanbase in their homeland, but now they’re also seriously turning heads in England… Read More

Galore’s Bombshells of Summer launch

We’re sorry, but the widely accepted/celebrated prophecy, “there ain’t no party like an S Club party,” is no longer correct. The saying should actually be, “there definitely ain’t no party like a Galore… Read More

The Little Death – Film Review

Australian actor/writer Josh Lawson makes his directorial debut in this comedy, which was voted second in the 2014 Sydney Film Festival Audience Award for Best Feature. The Little Death, derived from the expression… Read More

Anberlin Final Tour – Tab, Singapore

After twelve years of making music for all the angsty/heartbroken teenagers generations past and present, Anberlin are finally disbanding. To bid farewell, they’re in the midst of their final tour, and Something You Said’s… Read More

Interview: Alex Wall is Wax Witches

Wax Witches, the sci-fi-punk solo project of Bleeding Knees Club frontman Alex Wall, is in the midst of an extensive Australian tour in support of his new longplayer “Centre Of Your Universe”. Julia… Read More

Before I Go To Sleep – film review

Celebrity guest contributor, the legendary Hugh Cornwell, reviews the new movie from writer/director Rowan Joffe, which sees a woman (played by Nicole Kidman) wake up every day, remembering nothing as a result of a traumatic… Read More

Music: Burn Antares – Crystal Love

Powerful vocals and seductive, wing-eyed glances from leading lady, Grace Farriss carry the song and video combination from Burn Antares. The video is a sepia-toned affair with many a cravat, flared hemline and… Read More

ODESZA, In Return – Album Review

Seattle-based electronic duo ODESZA are back with their sophomore album, In Return. It’s been two years since their debut release Summer’s Gone, but summer is definitely back, alive and kicking with their latest… Read More