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First impressions of the Avalanches 'Wildflower'

To me it sounds like a big crocheted picnic blanket woven in pastel colours. Tabasco stains and flecks of weed cling to the fibres – like someone was choppin...

Dark Mofo 2016, tops bottoms (and middles)

TOPS Brendan Suppression climbed to the top of the Odeon Theatre, stood in the spotlight and delivered the final lines of 'Precious Rose' (very punk...

The Fits

Girl is a girl is a girl is a girl. Bit of a risky introduction for a cissy white boy to make, for sure. Whatever. I couldn’t not write it; I felt inspired...

The undeniable benefits of knitting

You drink your second cup of coffee and watch a beam of sunlight cut through the shades onto the woven twine basket where you keep your knitting gear. Your l...

A mixtape by Cale Sexton and Jamal Amir

For a few years now Temporal Cast have been underground with head-torches strapped to their pulsing skulls, mining the local dance for raddest and most unpre...

Melissa Broder, 'So Sad Today' 

When the Twitter account @sosadtoday started appearing in my timeline a few years ago, retweeted to my attention by various glum-chums, I couldn't work o...

Reclink Community Cup 2016

The Community Cup is one of the few places on Earth where footy and really good music stand together arm-in-arm. Matt was there to snap all the mud-splattere...

Hundo Instruments pop-up shop

I know I sound like a hippy but it's true: we all have the music inside of us. From the moment our tiny toddler hands can grip a toy xylophone mallet (or...

Dark Mofo 2016

The dark side looks like it's a gosh darn riot of fun.

Let's stop calling 'Mustang' the 'Turkish Virgin Sui...

“Not so long ago, in the East End of London, a Pakistani father murdered his only child, a daughter, because by making love to a white boy she had ...

Hakutaku wearable ion bands

Melbourne-based artist James Deutsher is the brains behind this contemporary interpretation of the ion band, an accessory that you may have walked past in ch...

The Spot

It's easy to miss The Spot. The cafe is wedged under a block of neatly stuccoed apartments at the deep Coburg end of Nicholson Street (adjacent to that i...

Rusted-on nostalgia in Warren Kirk's 'Westography'

On page 123 of Warren Kirk's Westography there's photo of Nick from Olympic Doughnuts in Footscray standing proudly in front of his caravan. There...

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Come stay with us! Our apartment is furnished with things we've gathered together from some of our favourite people and places in Sydney, like homewares, furniture, books and magazines, art and even beer.

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