Review: A Festival Called Panama

As Tasmania’s most exciting boutique festival pitched its tents for the second year,’s Chloe Mayne was there to do it all over again: I can’t seem to think of Panama in anything other… Read More

Lifestyle: A Hipster’s Guide To Life

Upon moving into his new Eastern Suburb unit,’s Matt Lengren found what appeared to be a user manual in the main living area. The following is an excerpt from Chapter Two of the… Read More

Brighton Festival 2015 Crosses Places

It starts with a spark, an idea, to set alight a city with an explosion of creativity. Fuelled by the accumulation of a year-round arts programme, Brighton Festival, the biggest and brightest multi-arts… Read More

Discovered at Marble Bar – Vote now!

This year’s edition of Discovered at Marble Bar is well underway and the time has come to vote for your favourite act. What’s Discovered? It’s a social media-driven competition, in which live bands/performers have… Read More

Live review: DZ Deathrays in Sydney

It was reign of the two-piece last night at Newtown Social Club, with Hockey Dad, Bass Drum of Death and DZ Deathrays all stepping up.’s Adrian Pedić was there to catch the action: Things… Read More

The Black Ryder – ‘The Door Behind The Door’

Dreamy psychedelic duo The Black Ryder have re-emerged with their much-anticipated second offering The Door Behind The Door. Chloe Mayne checks it out: It’s been a solid window of time since The Black… Read More

Review: Purity Ring – Another Eternity

Lullabies from a futuristic high fantasy. The childlike beauty of Megan James’ voice. The soundscaping wizardry of Corin Roddick. Canadian duo, Purity Ring, have just released their second album, Another Eternity. As I… Read More

Film Review: ’71 is gripping and shocking

’71 marks the directorial debut from Yann Demange, who won Best Director at the 2014 British Independent Film Awards. Bobby Townsend finds out if the film is worth the praise it is receiving: Starring Jack O’Connell (who… Read More

Photos: Double Exposure in Dungeness

With the promise of mostly dry weather from their various smartphone apps, analogue film and camera enthusiasts Captain Bonobo, Fotobes and’s 25ThC took a photo road trip down to Dungeness on the South East… Read More

Conor Oberst at Twilight at Taronga

What do you usually see outside a gig? Middle-aged, dodgy-as-fuck geezers in white Reeboks perpetually looking to “buy or sell tickets”? It’s not the most pleasing aesthetic. The Twilight at Taronga shows differ somewhat,… Read More

Review: Moon Duo – Shadow of the Sun

San Franciscan treasures Moon Duo have resurfaced onto our horizons this week with the unveiling of their fourth LP, Shadow of the Sun. Chloe Mayne checks it out: Released through Brooklyn’s independent jewel… Read More

Review: Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music

They came in droves. Dressed in costumes, theatre attendees of all ages/sizes excitedly flooding the State Theatre to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Sound of Music with a sing-a-long. It was a… Read More

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