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The Blackhearts Club

There are only three good reasons to leave the house these days: 1) Incredible films the major studios are probably going to be too chicken shit to give a g...

'Painting. More Painting' Chapter 1

Painting is having a bit of a resurgence at the moment. So much so that ACCA is hosting it's first exhibition of contemporary painting in over a decade. ...

Tiggy re-opens

I spent an hour or so having lunch at Collingwood's Schoolhouse Studios in the newly re-opened Tiggy cafe. In that time I discussed my sleep problems wit...

A mixtape by Chastity Belt

Seattle's Chastity Belt are about tour here for the first time on the back of their second album Time To Go Home. It's riot grrl with a thousand-yard...

A mixtape by the Girl Fridas

Have you ever spotted one of those tote bags or iron-on patches that says 'Support Your Local Girl Gang'? Here's an opportunity to obey that requ...

Autopsy of a pizza

This is what it looks like when neoliberalism eats itself. LOOK AT IT! Don't look away you fucking bastards. I want you to stare that horrible pizza in t...

Tin and Ed x CCP tote bag

Apparently there were more photos taken in 2015 than during the entire history of analogue photography. So, really, we've never been more in need of the ...

WEET, ‘Dark Retreat’

WEET is the solo project of David Scutts who has played in heaps of bands around town, most recently in the newish group Heartburn. His debut EP Dark Retreat...

Zone Out, 'Transience'

There are countless songs about love. They can come from the perspective of the besotted, the jilted or broken-hearted lover. There are songs filled with reg...

Sunday at Copacabana

Nothing says family friendly fun like a thumping set of electro-goth and a $6 Bloody Mary. This year's Sunday at the Copacabana was another resounding su...

Babajan

Kirsty Chiaplias owned the well-loved Workers' Food Room on Little Lonsdale for four years before opening Babajan. “It was great but it's a lit...

Shukufuku

At Shukufuku the deal is pretty simple. First they'll give you a greeting that's brighter than their canary yellow door. Then at the counter you'...

Tamsin Hopkinson 'Te Rama Taka I Te Rangi' / Ruth O'...

In the front space Tamsen Hopkinson looks at the co-existence of Māori and European identity with her work 'Te Rama Taka I Te Rangi' (a light falls f...

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