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Win-o-stration at Brunswick Wine Shop

You know how some people get portraits with their pets? Well here’s the chance to get one with your one true love: wine. Local artist Tessa Chong is giving ...

House of Bacardi feat. Daydreams, Pelvis, VICE and C...

An interview with David De Thomasis of Paradise Fest...

David De Thomasis is one of the brains behind Paradise Festival and the newly launched Enhancer Records. We did some music nerding with him, chatted about hi...

Primo

Primo do classy pizza. The organic bases are crisp and slightly chewy. They can pull off the simple traditional thing but they're also not too stuffy to ...

Maxine McQueen, a new curated online jewellery store

Entrepreneur and jewellery connoisseur Maxine Tayau has put together her very first online marketplace. The shop is called ‘Maxine McQueen’ and features a cu...

A 'trans-pacific flight playlist' by Chairlift

Brooklyn's Chairlift make shimmering synth-pop that isn't afraid to cry in public. They made us a playlist of songs that helped them bliss out on the...

The tops and bottoms of Paradise Music Festival 2016

TOPS I'm dancing in an alpine storage facility that's been named after a Melbourne party boy. It's zero degrees outside and the walls are sweati...

Oi, what's that ya drinkin? – Australia's best spiri...

In the time it’s taken me to write this article over a thousand distilleries have sprung up in Australia alone. Okay, perhaps not that many, however, the fif...

Vege Threads Eco swimwear

Dayuuuuum girl, is that swimsuit organic? 'Cause you're making me feel healthy about body image and guilty about my lifestyle choices. Vege Threads h...

RMIT School of Art Graduate Exhibition 2016

A celebration of gradness and radness at RMIT.

I was David the talking tree: a Christmas story

Christmas routines commonly involve braving the ennui of the last stretch of work, followed by frantically shopping for significant others, followed by procl...

BV, 'B2V'

BV are Sydney's emotional answer to the late night problems the city is experiencing, and in turn the effect on Sydney's (and the rest of Australia&#...

Kiffy Rubbo: Curating the 70’s

Kiffy Rubbo was a pioneering art curator during the 1970’s. She was in charge of the George Paton Gallery at the University of Melbourne and brought a lot of...

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