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The Keeper of Lost Causes

The hard, humourless detective. Arrogant, difficult and brilliantly intuitive. His wife's left him. He chain smokes, hates bad coffee and falls asleep in...

MIFF presents, 'Silk'

“She said: ultimately none of this has anything to do with me. And it's not just about the music either. It's about being moved and whatever ha...

Halt Ever, 'Body Limits EP'

In the wake of a hardcore renaissance, with bands bands like Straight Jacket Nation and Oily Boys cultivating a huge following, comes (as one might suspect) ...

(A pretty good) macrame plant hanger

Some people are really great at gardening, some people are terrible at gardening, and some people are craft bloggers who like to fill their home with artfull...

MIFF presents 'L For Leisure'

L For Leisure is the kind of film you sit through waiting for it to start. It just goes on and on and then it's over and you're like 'wait, what?...

The Young Ones

New bi-annual design magazine The Young Ones is a publication by artists, about artists, for artists. It's sorta like how The Design Files started out bu...

Kettle Black

Kettle Black is one of the most immaculately devised and executed cafes I've ever seen. Day one and there's not a rose petal out of place. Everything...

House of Cards, 'Patch' capsule collection

Sew-on novelty patches - once the perfect vacation souvenir, forever a good way to mend ripped jeans. Whether you wear your patches proudly to advertise an e...

Flour Market

Sweet times at the sugar, caffeine and good time frenzy that was Flour Market. Heather Lighton has the snaps.

Splendour in the Grass

Outkast's first ever Australian show. Kelis playing 'Got Your Money' with her band. Organic donuts. Nina Las Vegas performing while surrounded by...

The Good Copy

The Good Copy is good copy personified. Or at least made physical. Aside from being extremely skilled at schooling people on ways of writing well, The Good C...

Transducer

Speak Percussion have a 13-year history of refusing to acknowledge the sonic limitations of banging a thing with a stick. Their flexible lineup's latest ...

David Rosetzky, 'Gaps'

One could be urged to think of David Rosetzky as an unadulterated romantic. The considered and considerate (often languid) flow of movement, time and poetici...

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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

Project

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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