Live review: Purity Ring in Gothenburg

Felix Englund Örn caught Purity Ring in Gothenburg for With one helluva day, filled with apparently hot-wiring the tour bus as well as picking up broken pieces after the rear end fell… Read More

Sydney Film Festival’s Gourmet Cinema

Here at, if you asked what our all-time favourite things in the world were, the words “food”, “booze” and “films” would rank highly. Combine the three, and we’re pretty much in heaven.… Read More

Interview: Miami Horror do something different

Australian indie electronica luminaries, Miami Horror, have just released their sophomore LP, “All Possible Futures”. Annastasia Robertson talks to Ben Plant about the new album, about collaborations and about what occurs on tour:… Read More

The Byron at Byron cooks up a treat

If you’re a foodie looking for a luxurious getaway retreat, then pay attention, because The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa has cooked up something abso-bloody-lutely delicious for your delectation. Guests visiting the resort on… Read More

Album Review: Say Lou Lou, Lucid Dreaming’s Kaya Strehler appropriately gets a little assistance from her family when reviewing the debut longplayer from Say Lou Lou: Elektra and Miranda Kilbey, aka Say Lou Lou, got their name from the ironic twist… Read More

Interview: Pretty City Tackle The Monolith

Melbourne fuzz rockers Pretty City have consistently blended a fantastic fusion of shoegaze and pop since their incarnation. Courtney Dabb chats to Johnny, the band’s guitarist and vocalist, ahead of the release of… Read More

Review: Yardfest is about coming together’s Melissa Barrass headed to Yardfest. Here’s what she discovered: Being a few weeks ago, Yardfest is certainly not so fresh in my memory, but then again it wasn’t so fresh in my memory… Read More

Album review: Gallows, Desolation Sounds

England-based hardcore/punk band Gallows have just released their new album, Desolation Sounds. It’s the fourth album from UK boys and the first that doesn’t feature Steph Carter, who left in 2013. Listening to it… Read More

Bend the rules with HP Spectre x360

We always attempt to look at things from a different perspective here at So we’re very interested in what HP has been cooking up. Read on, to find out more and also… Read More

Banksy Does New York: ticket giveaway

Elusive, Britain-based street artist Bansky’s month-long “residency” in New York is studied in this upcoming documentary. We’re giving away TEN DOUBLE PASSES to our Australia-based chums. Read the review to find out how to… Read More

Sonic Jesus – Neither Virtue Nor Anger

Italy’s psychedelic swampers are back with a dark and brooding longplayer. Chloe Mayne checks it out for Sonic Jesus are one of the secret gems buried in the shore of the incoming… Read More

Music Interview: 360 challenges himself

Acclaimed Australian rapper, 360, took a few moments out from his tour to talk to Annastasia Robertson about interacting with fans, basketball and dream collaborations: You’re currently on your Retopia tour and you’ve been hitting… Read More