Just a Gent – Music interview

Carol Bowditch talks to Australia’s teenage EDM sensation, Jacob Grant, otherwise known as Just a Gent: Sydney and Australia’s electronic music scene has really grown over the past decade. Artists like Flume have really put Aussies on… Read More

Getting to know Guests Of Ghosts

We asked Melbourne-based dark-rock band Guests Of Ghosts to tell us about themselves: We are a four-piece rock band that have been described as a HEAVY foals. We spend too much time searching… Read More

The Best Moments of the 2014 World Cup

It was always going to be difficult to justify the World Cup being staged in a country where the money would have been better utilised on vital improvements to its woefully insufficient infrastructure.… Read More

The Moons, Mindwave – Album Review

Looking for a crash course in Brit-rock? The Moons’ latest longplayer might just be the answer. The best way to describe The Moons’ sound initially is, well, Kasabian. Early 2000s Kasabian to be exact.… Read More

Getting to Know Lunatics on Pogosticks

Melbourne-based Lunatics on Pogosticks have recently released a new EP. We asked bassist Bryce Wilson to tell us more about the band: Lunatics On Pogosticks are just a few teens having a fun time trying to… Read More

Night Beats, live in Vienna – review

In the 1970s the Slaughterhouse of Sankt Marx in Vienna was transformed in function to become the location of all sorts of cultural events. Nowadays the gigantic group of brick fortresses, covered in… Read More

Lucy Roleff – Art Interview

Melbourne based musician, illustrator and writer Lucy Roleff talks to Carol Bowditch about Some Things: While we’ve spoke about your musical pursuits with your band, Magic Hands, and solo work, you are also an illustrator… Read More

Cookin’ on 3 Burners live in Sydney

Melbourne-based three-piece soul outfit, Cookin’ on 3 Burners, launched their sixth album, ‘Blind Bet’ at the Basement in Sydney this month with special guest performances from the spectacular, soulful vocalist Kylie Auldist (The… Read More

Shambala Festival draws ever closer

With festival season already well underway, and August rapidly approaching from the fits and starts of sunshine which we reluctantly call the British summer, Shambala draws ever closer. Often referred to as the… Read More

Caitlin Park live in Sydney

Sydney-based singer/songwriter Caitlin Park played at Newtown’s Vanguard last week. We sent Damon Collum along: I first caught Caitlin Park playing at Jurassic Lounge in Sydney last year as a happy accident. I found myself… Read More

What would you spend last $1.20 on?

If you’re anything like us, your occupation is hardly the most lucrative. So we were wondering, what would you spend your last $1.20/£1.20 on? We asked our contributors that very question. Here’s what they… Read More

Review: Jungle will stand the test of time

‘Quintessential cool’ comes to mind when listening to the debut longplayer from London-based collective Jungle, but this is too simplistic a definition for such a refined sound. The duo, known as “J” and “T”… Read More