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Boyhood

Some of us attempt to forget our childhoods. We pack the embarrassing details away and shoebox them into our parents' garage, or shred our epically cring...

Made By Name, 'Totes'

Often the greatest ideas are born from the most mundane, everyday things. I love plaid. Always have, always maybe will. It's an absolute classic. Lumberj...

TCB openings

Jesse Thompson snapped a few of you Cullen time at the TCB openings last night. Check it out.

Spod, 'Taste the Sadness'

The year is 2003. I'm 18 and trying to see as many gigs as possible because I wasn't able to see them before I turned 18 and maybe this privilege wil...

A Mixtape by Seekae

Those pesky Seekae boys, making two completely indestructible albums and then not releasing anything or touring for three whole years. I guess it's time ...

An interview with Ty Segall

San Franciscan garage rocker Ty Segall is so young, good looking, prolific and talented that we kind of want to hate him a little bit. But then we listen to ...

Hakata Gensuke

The last time staff gave us an “irasshaimase!” as enthusiastic Hakata Gensuke's was at Rice Workshop when it opened. Ten months later and Ric...

Half Moon Café

Half Moon Café is somewhat of an institution for the punk kids of the north - and for anyone who likes a good felafel really. They were voted best felafel in...

Saibu no Akuma

Translating roughly to 'devil in the details', Fitzroy's Saibu no Akuma (細部 の 悪魔) take Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's architecture principles of ...

Helen Garner 'This House of Grief'

It's by no means enjoyable, reading about a father on trial for murdering his three children. But in the hands of Helen Garner, it's meaningful and i...

'Tabularium'

When it comes to ~the internet~, the term tabula rasa turns itself into tabula plena. Melbourne-via-UK curator Alana Kushnir's exhibition Tabularium sees...

Oasis

Oasis, the third print publication by independent Melbourne-based publishing house Bloom, contains a lot of familiar Australian images. But they're far r...

Becoming a pod person in a Metronap Sleep Pod

Pod people of the future, join me. We'll dream side by side. We'll dream of turquoise seas and freshly-laundered towels. Forget your emails, they can...

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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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