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May 25, 2013 —
Yes I'm Leaving, 'Mission Bulb' album launch with No Action, Halt Ever and Teenage Libido
Pink Tiles June residency week #4
Pink Tiles June residency week #3
Mr Burger City
Dr Juicy Jay's Fried Chicken and Crab Shack
Confetti System workshop
The Social Studio collection #7
A Dancing Shoes mixtape by Rok Riley
Dean Blunt, 'The Redeemer'
Yes I'm Leaving, 'Mission Bulb'
Man of My Dreams, Perspectives on Masculinity
Andie Tham, 'Inherited and Borrowed'
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
Once and For All: How to chop vegetables and fruit, with Meg Tanaka
Blood & Thunder #2
Sam Wallman, 'Pen Erases Paper'
The Suburban Review, Vol. Zero
Pony Bikes new shop
Free Fridays, edition #1
Blackbird Maribyrnong River Cruises
Knog talent casting
Sam Wallman, 'Pen Erases Paper' opening
Daft Punk at the Wee Waa show
'Everyday Rebellions' at Gertrude
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me
'Check It Out! With Steve Brule'
May 25, 2013 —
Top Knot macrame workshop at Artifice store
Ever wondered how to create macrame? Neither have I! Because I'm an ignoramus and didn't actually know what it was… Until now! Macrame is like...
Papertrail zine and small press fair
Take these details down very carefully. There will be no paper trail to follow in order for you to make your way here. All that prospective trail paper has b...
I Scream Nails at Obus QV
If you're thinking, “Hmm, yes, my own purple polka dots / tropical fruit icons / Haring-style patterns could do with a touch-up quick smart,”...
Southside Handmade and Vintage Market
“To market, to market to buy a fat pig” you say. Nope. Not this time. I'm not attending and got tired of being ploughed by you animals a long...
Good Beer Week, Brooklyn Chilli Cook-off
Beer and chilli is a match made in heaven. Keep lit matches around the next day though, if you know what I mean… wucka. As part of Good Beer Week, 1000 £ Ben...
The Festival of Steve
Misters are doing it for themselves. It seems men are finally being celebrated in all their booze-drinking, ball-sinking, shiny-shoed glory. And to do so the...
Pierogi Pierogi presents I Left My Heart in Europe
Pierogi Pierogi is a pop-up kitchen that holds mobile Polish feasts. It was founded last year by traditional Polish cook - and former UK-based Polish alterna...
Collaborative Drawing with DAMP at MUMA
Democracy is best encapsulated by a giant pencil. More specifically, a functional giant pencil sculpture built by Narelle Desmond, Sharon Goodwin, Deb Kunda ...
Johann Rashid, 'How To Disappear / How To Reappear' opening at Ne...
Johann Rashid opens a solo show this Saturday at Neospace - choosing moments from his moving image work (did you see his new video for East Link?) to present...
'Man of My Dreams, Perspectives on Masculinity' opening at Techno...
The concept of masculinity can be as slippery as a lubed-up Greco-Roman wrestler. And, often, just as unpleasant. For Man of My Dreams, Perspectives on Mascu...
Potato Cake mini festival featuring The Infants, Mangelwurzel, Br...
The least starchy potato cake around. No stuffed shirts here. Just a bunch of bands from a future where there's more bands making good music and more gir...
Liam Power magic show with Dane Certificate and Richie 1250 & The...
Nobody can deny the beauty and potency of the world of magic. And this week it arrives in the form of esteemed wizard and Sydney magician Liam Power. And, of...
100s with CXVXS DJs, Fletch, M.A.F.I.A. and Henok
Californian hip-hop artist 100s stands out among his generation of rappers. His lyrics are raw but his delivery is rhythmic and infectious - a world away fro...
100% Silk 100% live featuring Octo Octa, Magic Touch and Bobby Br...
Octo Octa, Magic Touch, Bobby Browser. Brooklyn, Los Angeles, San Francisco. They've all found a mulberry home on 100% Silk. Most of dance music's hi...
Unity Floors, Full Ugly, See Saw and Working Girls
Gus and Henry make up Unity Floors. Two Sydney guys who enjoy a chilled skate session and ripping catchy indie rock. They are heading back into the state of ...
St Kilda Film Festival, 'One Step Ahead: Celebrating Australia's ...
Australians are people like any other. People with desires, dreams, music preferences. Ears for hearing, eyes for seeing. When the film clip emerged as a for...
Favela Rock, Hey Ma(y) featuring CWD
Like a man wearing a complicated shirt who has many unnecessarily complex ideas about intercourse, Favela teased us with the potential return on CWD last mon...
C Grade, Float Party
Can't you see grade? It's right there. Same as it's ever been. Though something's new. Tornado Wallace back from Japan with records only he c...
Sun, May 26, 2013 —
Markit at Fed Square
You know how many things are in the world? Upwards of a thousand. Let that sink in. That's more people than have ever been alive. No wonder we're con...
Bend and Snap Market, May
Market buffs unite! Or scatter and browse to your heart's content, as it were. The Bend and Snap Market: May edition has got your art, design, fashion, v...
Melt: Chocolate Festival
Everybody loves chocolate! Except vegans and carob enthusiasts, but even they can unite and appreciate this incredible festival where Victoria’s rich and abu...
St Kilda Film Festival, Best of SXSW #1
It is, by most accounts, inconvenient to attend South by Southwest. There are many hordes of people, screening are difficult to get into and if you live in M...
Good Beer Week, Young Henry’s presents Rock'n'Roll Brews
Here’s an ingenious way to close out Good Beer Week! Get some powerful bands, put your heads together with them to create some collaboration beers to celebra...
May 27, 2013 —
si-d, ‘The Grotto’ opening at Rooftop Art Space
In The Shock of the New, Robert Hughes (the art critic, not the guy from Hey Dad..!) asks: “What does one prefer? An art that struggles to change the s...
Hula hoop classes with Anna Lumb
A hula hoop class is only good as the hula hoopist teaching the hula hooping. And, let me tell you, Anna Lumb is as perfect a teacher as that hallowed PVC tu...
Screen Sect presents ‘Idiocracy’ (Mike Judge, 2006)
It’s the finale of sci-fi flavoured movie month at Bar Open with those madcap Screen Secters.
So as it starts getting colder let's all huddle together...
St Kilda Film Festival, 'Easy Come, Easy Go: A Salute to Aussie P...
Well, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, you really done it. You put together some rare stuff. Easy Come Easy Go, a documentary about the Easybeat...
EWF, the Emerging Q&A
The annual Emerging Writers' Festival is upon us. Hence, I shall write forthwith using vocabulary and prose befitting such an occasion.
Filmonik Melbourne Firsts
The world's most non-competitive, short-filmmaking initiative, Kino (known down here by its adopted local nickname Filmonik, to distinguish itself from c...
Monday Night Mass presents ZOND, Ratsak and ASPS
The music of ZOND reflects their name. Capital letters big. The Hollywood sign of rock. Bold and loud, the local Melbourne band have built an almost iconic s...
EWF Late Night Live, Mixtape Memoirs with 'The Lifted Brow'
If writing about music is like dancing about architecture, The Lifted Brow are the fucking Fred Astaire of writing about music. So packed was their music iss...
May 28, 2013 —
Art Book Sale opening drinks and choir performance at House of Br...
As with all art book sales, this art book sale will include a community choir and a selection of Nicholas Alexander Gray's art. Of course. You will have ...
WBC Comedown With Everyday Coffee
The real winner of the World Barista Championships: you. In the wake of the championships' spree at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo this week, th...
'King Kong' preview show
Some housekeeping before gorilla talk, I'll be brief. This here's a preview of the King Kong premiere before its proper world premiere on June 15 in ...
EWF Late Night Live, TV Night with 'Kill Your Darlings'
If you're wondering aloud why a literary magazine such as Kill Your Darlings is hosting a TV night, then shut up, a hundred times shut up. For years, the...
New Gods residency week #4, with Ali Barter
New Gods have a band member pedigree (Little Red, Ground Components, Eagle and the Worm) that warrants their extremely presumptuous name. They also pull off ...
May 29, 2013 —
DIY photo walk #3 with Oli Sansom
DIY run no-bullshit workshops about all manner of interesting things. Though not some of the weird stuff you're into. Don't think I don't know. I...
Seventh Gallery June openings
For Seventh Gallery's seventh exhibition series this year, expect time, death, the sublime, intimacy and crows. In Gallery 1, time and its passage are co...
Metamorphis Theatre Company presents 'Shattered'
Shattered is an independently funded play written and performed by Jessi Lewis about “our first all-Australian terrorist”. Crikey! Presented by M...
The Clits residency week #5 with Grand Prismatic and The Ocean Party
There is a lot you can say about The Clits' brave choice of band name. But I'm here to talk about their music, and specifically their “long-awa...
Riff Raff with Fletch, Carlos Turner and Swick
Internet rap goon Riff Raff is one of the weirdest cultural byproducts of the noughties. With lyrical genius (“Sometimes they gettin' jealous, chop...
EWF Late Night Live, 'Ampersand' magazine issue #6 launch
Issue #6 of Ampersand is launching this Wednesday as part of EWF's Late Night Live with Literary Magazines series, which also spotlights The Lifted Brow,...
May 30, 2013 —
'EKPHRASIS: we read, we made' opening at Open Space Gallery
Ekphrasis, simply put, is one medium talking about another medium behind its back. In the exhibition EKPHRASIS, it's a tad more tangled. For it, fourteen...
May 31, 2013 —
Splinters, Fricked Up Micro-Fiction II
Everybody: to Katia's house! For cheap booze, cheap food and stories so short they make short stories look dangly. It's the second round of Splinters...
Keith Munro, 'Dog Bite' opening at Litre Space
The digital and mixed media works in Keith Munro's solo exhibition at Litre Space started off with mundane subject matter, please remember that. It's...
Vice's 10th birthday party featuring Flatbush Zombies, Roland Tin...
I bet you didn't know the world's most poorly written pamphlet about weak tea and weak tea enthusiasts even had an Australian bureau. They do, and th...
Super Wild Horses 'Crosswords' album launch with The Living Eyes ...
Hayley and Amy are back with a new album that we have worn out with multiple plays. Then we wore out the internet when they made us a mixtape. We are running...
Bad//Dreems single launch with Bored Nothing, The Ocean Party and...
Perhaps being good at making slacker rock is a paradox. Surely musical accomplishment is antithetical to slackerdom. I don't have any answers, I'm no...
Super Wild Horses album launch with The Living Eyes and The Clits
Gosh darn it if we don't enjoy them Super Wild Horses and their new album Crosswords. The second full-length from Amy and Hayley made me write excruciati...
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