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A mixtape by Low Life

Low Life are space punks from Sydney and Sydney punks from space. Their shows and releases are few and far between but they happen to be in town for Maggot F...

Whiplash

Alpha males are boring. Underdogs are interesting. In Whiplash, J.K. Simmons plays Fletcher, an overbearing teacher at the best music school in the U.S. who ...

Altius Coffee Brewers

The Archway is a new hub for eateries, juiceries and bageleries (?) about to open at the King Street end of Flinders Lane. But before you can get a 5 & ...

ALAS, 'Mountain of Light' pre-orders

Nowadays you never know when winter might be boiling and summer might be freezing so it a good thing ALAS's latest collection is as trans-seasonal as muc...

Something Happened

Far from the hoity-toity existentialism of the early 20th Century, the absurd in art now makes us laugh at our own failures. Sure, that Bosch painting you ju...

Thurston Moore, 'The Best Day'

Thurston I love you and it hurts to say this but Kim gets custody of my heart. I get that Sonic Youth “wasn't really surprising anymore”. I g...

Kerala pop-up at Mighty Boy Eatery

Mischa Tropp runs Kerala, a concept pseudo-restaurant and catering company who deliver super good South Indian food to Melburnians, often in short bursts and...

The Green Refectory have renovated

I was talking to my housemate about why Green Refectory is so good and I think he nailed it. “It's because going out for breakfast was invented by ...

Guide to Garage Sale Trail 2014

For every semi-functioning MIDI disc player at a garage sale, there is a piece of Harley Davidson merchandise c1994 that absolutely completes you and makes y...

Museum magazine

Laura and Matthew Bannister's parents must be pretty proud. Not only are their kids genuinely lovely people who hardly ever call each other names, they a...

Strange Plants reissue launch

Loose Leaf; best place to hold the Australian launch of strange plant book, Strange Plants. Jesse went to breathe in some sweet, sweet oxygen, look at weirdo...

Bus October openings

A bunch of people turned out to see some average hats, heavy architectural sculpture and to throw some darts as part of the three exhibitions at BUS this Oct...

Andras & Oscar, 'Café Romantica'

Sure, we’ve all heard computer love, but considering the first steps, blushes and thrills of courting are now as likely to happen fiber-to-the-node instead o...

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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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