We’re excited to present the latest medley of psychedelic ear-sweets from Tasmanian disc spinner, Rainbow Trout.
As Hobart’s most adventurous winter festival wriggled into the island capital’s crannies, Chloe Mayne was there to tell us all about it: Cuddle in close, sonic explorers; this one’s a tale that’ll make your… Read More
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
A Dedication By Nathan Roche Modern Australia doesn’t have such a good track-record of successful moneymakers and tycoons directing their money to a worthy cultural or even tasteful cause. Frankly, most of the… Read More
Seven Sunny Summers of Mutation and Mutilation. Somethingyousaid.com looks back on MONA FOMA 2015: MONA FOMA is the exception to the unofficial rule of music and arts festivals: the art is as good… Read More
We spent two extraordinary weeks at Tasmania-based festival, Dark Mofo: It’s been just over a week since the conclusion of Hobart’s second Dark Mofo festival. The music and arts festival runs for two weeks,… Read More
It’s been five years since the first annual music and arts festival MONA FOMA started happening in Tasmania. Curated by Brian Ritchie (bass player for the Violent Femmes), the festival has been pretty… Read More