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Oyster's 20th Anniversary 'Down Under' Issue

Is there a chic version of a Southern Cross tattoo? Australian fashion mag Oyster celebrates the land of waiting for a mate in their latest 'Down Under&#...

Shuggie's Sweet Revenge

Sarah Adamson's ethos is simple: make t-shirts that she finds funny in the hope of making people at least “half-laugh in their heads.” The di...

Mixtape Memoirs at the Emerging Writers' Festival

The Emerging Writers' Festival was here last weekend and joined forces with the Lifted Brow to present Mixtape Memoirs, an ode to the humble mixtape thro...

Lunch at the Jade Monkey

We've all been through a lot, us and the Jade Monkey, haven't we? We've won the hearts of the city over many years, had it ripped out by a soulle...

Lavazza Italian Film Festival

Ohhhh, Italy. You boot-shaped, pasta-inventing paradise. You gave us Monica Bellucci and margherita pizza. Versace. Leonardo Da Vinci. Ravioli. The Roman Emp...

All This Mayhem

Skater boys. So cute! Soooooo disgusting. They make more sense when you understand skateboarding; the playful bravado, creative transgression and nihilistic ...

Doona changing method: The Burrito

We all know there are times where we avoid changing our doona covers because we're not up for climbing into the cotton/bamboo womb of skin dust, feathers...

Night Moves

Night Moves, like all of Kelly Reichardt's films, is seriously 'indie.' And not indie like ukelele soundtracks, naval-gazing teenagers, puffs of ...

A mixtape by Miss Destiny

Miss Destiny will floor you. A ragtag bunch of New York Dolls enthusiasts who appreciate a little ABBA with their ciggies (not to mention teen dream daytime ...

Ian McEwan, ‘The Children Act’

Just weeks after Helen Garner pulled a meditative book out of a long and troubling court case, Ian McEwan’s latest novel yields another unadorned examination...

Workshop, 'Workshop'

Workshop are a two-piece from Brisbane. Unveiling their self-titled cassette EP on Tenth Court, they gift four tracks of steely dedication to a severely aest...

Nicholas Allbrook, 'Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna'

Sometimes I make up filmic backstories as I listen to albums. This time, for Nicholas Allbrook's debut solo album Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna it was easy:...

What We Do in the Shadows

I've lived in some pretty weird share houses in my time – including one where the previous tenant collected their menstrual blood in a jar in the bathroo...

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Thousands Tokyo

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Small discoveries from the world's biggest city. We are pleased to welcome Thousands Tokyo to The Thousands family.

Summer Road Trip Series

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We're going on a road trip – a whole bunch of 'em, and all thanks to the good people at Hertz, who are making life easier for 21–24 year old 'Young Renters' wanting to hire a car.

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