Oxford Art Factory in Sydney, is turning ten and they’re throwing one heck of a shindig. Here are the deets.
Singer, songwriter and producer Låpsley hit up Something You Said’s spiritual home, Oxford Art Factory in Sydney this week.
We’re thrilled to premiere the brand new single from Alex The Astronaut.
United Kingdom-based cult legends, Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats, recently performed at one of our favourite venues, Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory, in support of their fourth full-length studio LP, The Night Creeper. Recorded at Toe Rag… Read More
Fresh from the long-awaited release of their third LP, Melbourne-based act The Getaway Plan are in the midst of a massive tour. Having weathered a two-year break up, member departures, various personal obstacles and almost… Read More
Sydney-based band Gang of Youths hit a triumphant Home Run on Tuesday evening. Adrian Pedić gives us the lowdown: When Gang of Youths took the stage at Oxford Art Factory for the last… Read More
Philip Erbacher fought his way to the front to photograph/review the Southampton-based trio on their recent jaunt to Sydney: Band of Skulls first came to my attention shortly before they toured Australia for… Read More
Following the release of their new LP English quartet Peace are heading to Australia! They’ve recently announced Groovin The Moo Festival sideshows, including a gig at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Friday 8th May. Excitingly, we’ve got… Read More
Australia-based Sky’high is a compelling up-n-coming artist emerging within the local Hip-Hop community. We asked her to tell us more about herself. So here she is, in her own words: I am Sky’high… Read More
Heather Vousden checked out the excellent POND and Peter Bibby at legendary Sydney venue, Oxford Art Factory last week. Here are her words/photographs: Oxford Art Factory was packed to the brim for the highly… Read More
Melissa Barrass headed to Oxford Art Factory to catch American singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ariel Pink in action: Braving a fever that could only challenge Chuck Norris at his worst, I witnessed Nicholas Allbrook… Read More
Boasting a seriously impressive line-up, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival headed to Sydney on Sunday. Reviewer Ruth Hodge and photographer Philip Erbacher captured everything in words and pictures: If you were wanting to go… Read More