Film Review: Women He’s Undressed

We attended the World Premiere of director Gillian Armstrong’s documentary about the life of Australian costume designer and three-time Oscar winner, Orry-Kelly. Here’s our review and photos: You probably haven’t heard of Orry-Kelly. He… Read More

Event: Dark MOFO Rises Again

With Tasmania’s premier winter festival at our doorstep, Chloe Mayne trawls through the bucket of gems to pick our highlights: Every six months the art monolith of Hobart, the Museum of Old and New… Read More

Live Review: The Rifles in London

As The Rifles celebrated their tenth anniversary at Camden’s Electric Ballroom, Chloe Keung went along to the last of their three sold-out shows. This is what went down: The Rifles are the quintessence… Read More

Interview: Death Bells do it themselves

Adrian Pedić chatted to Sydney-based Death Bells before their excellent performance supporting Gang of Youths in Sydney last week. Maurice, Remy, John and Will discussed some of their upcoming plans, their attitude towards their… Read More

Titus Andronicus and their Fatal Flaw

Matt Lengren considers the newest offering from the New Jersey-based punk/indie legends. 1. Titus Andronicus’ 2010 album The Monitor is the best rock album I’ve ever heard; 2. Although it remains to be… Read More

Review: We All Want To, The Haze

The opening moments of The Haze set the pace nicely: “Eileen Afternoon” introduces the album with an irresistible riff, while the song slowly builds to its post-chorus release. It introduces listeners to the fuzz-driven… Read More

Interview: JR Dynamite is hitting Europe

Sydney-based DJ/producer JR Dynamite is heading to Europe this June/July. We discuss his influences, his upcoming tour and those reactionary lockout laws in his hometown:  What type of music were you into when you were… Read More

Interview: Alpine portray who they are

Melbourne-based six-piece Alpine are set to return with the latest longplayer, Yuck, this June and a nationwide tour to accompany it. Courtney Dabb talks to Phoebe from the band to find out more:… Read More

Film Review: Amy is gut-wrenching

Just as he did with the frankly magnificent Senna, British filmmaker/director Asif Kapadia takes a story of which everyone knows the conclusion, and still manages to make it utterly engaging. The generally accepted persona… Read More

Music Interview: Jebediah tip their hats

Australian alternative rockers Jebediah are in the midst of a massive twentieth anniversary tour of their homeland. We spoke to drummer/backing vocalist Brett Mitchell ahead of their sold-out Sydney show tonight: Thanks for taking… Read More

Film Review: Slow West is tight and arresting

Director/writer John Maclean’s story is set at the end of the 19th Century and follows the journey of sixteen year old Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee), who has made his way from Scotland and is travelling solo across… Read More

Review: Seth Sentry – Strange New Past

Australian hip-hop artist Seth Sentry is back with a different vibe for his new longplayer, Strange New Past. It’s a mind-boggle. There’s a creative mixture of the classic cheekiness Sentry encompasses, as well… Read More