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March 11, 2014 —
Oslo Davis, 'AS IF' exhibition opening at Lamington Drive
Formless Mondays presents Premium Fantasy 'Active/Passive' tape launch and improvised set
Speakeasy Cinema presents 'Sing Me the Songs that Say I Love You' screening with Bec Rigby (The Harpoons) and Dale Packard (New Gods)
Kloke AW14, 'Liberate'
Elver new range
A mixtape by The Growlers
Pilerats Records, 'Rat Pack #1'
A mixtape by feedtime
An interview with Oslo Davis
Alice Wormald, 'Ordinary Picture'
Todd Anderson-Kunert, 'The Situation We're In'
'True Detective' beer-can men
DIY skinny tie
DIY laptop sleeve
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Earshot #16 with DMA's
Earshot #15 with Jonnine from HTRK
Earshot #14 with Miles Brown
Marc Bennetts, 'Kicking the Kremlin'
The Best of Men's File
Strange Neighbour Darkroom
Jenny Kee online shop
The Iron Mike batting cage
American Apparel Australian lookbook open model call
'Fieldwork' final days
Oscar Perry, 'Tee Many Martoonis' opening at Tristian Koenig
Noisey party with ESC, Moon Dice and Snowy Nasdaq
Bus Projects March openings
The Wind Rises
Aim High in Creation
Tue, March 11, 2014 —
Speakeasy Cinema Selects at Rooftop Cinema, 'Mistaken for Strangers'
Full disclosure: I don't much like The National – or at least I'm not really into their brooding, introspective, relentlessly baritonal music. Howeve...
'Just Add Water' fine food quiz
If you – like me – have spent the last half decade reading Georges Bataille manuscripts in a homemade latex womb you may not have realised food has become qu...
Velcro, Cool Sounds, Zone Out and The Adelaide Crows
The bands in this jangle scene have been cross-pollinating at a rate that's too confusing to keep track of. It's like every time someone gets a bit t...
Wed, March 12, 2014 —
Speakeasy Cinema presents 'Sing Me the Songs that Say I Love You'...
There's no greater proof of Canadian folk legend Kate McGarrigle's talent and big heart than the expressions on the faces of the family and friends s...
I, a Man residency week #2, with Sleep Decade
I, a Man remind me of the early 2000s, when most of my teenage years were still ahead of me and bands like Coldplay, Doves (and, to a lesser extent, Travis) ...
Verdaine with New Birds
Two bands that are more post-punk than Ian Curtis and Robert Smith wandering the moors alone (maybe on different days) with the wind in their eyes. Munich...
March 13, 2014 —
Gertrude Contemporary March openings
Music! It's a big deal. We've got an entire section about it on our website. For the three artists showing major works at Gertrude Contemporary for T...
You Beauty 'Jersey Flegg' album launch with You Yangs and Mighty ...
You Beauty are trying to do what many before them have failed at. Promote the game of rugby league in the home of the AFL. Sure, music has been used to try a...
March 14, 2014 —
Bonnie Lane, 'Monsters' opening at Anna Pappas
Oh dear god, Monsters, Bonnie Lane has made monsters and lo and behold it turns out that those monsters are us. Our trembling and wiggling body parts – legs,...
Joshua Stevens, 'BHAG' opening at Rear View
Sneaky Joshua Stevens. For BHAG, the VCA painting graduate is lampooning the droll and affordable, paint-by-numbers aesthetic that television shows put in re...
March 15, 2014 —
'Guess Who's Coming to DJ?' with Beaches
Things are going to get Spencer racy. Throughout February and March the Howler beer garden will be awash with the sounds of musicians bringing their record c...
Bodies residency week #3, with Whitewash
The Tote front bar was smelling pretty weird last time I went there. Hopefully they've sorted that shit out because Bodies seem like the kind of punk pri...
Elizabeth Rose with Safia and Fishing
If you were to wake up needing – demanding perhaps – some music sounding as if it were made that morning (out of contemporaneity, not haste) that featured sy...
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