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CLOSET's 6th birthday
Eat Me Do Pop Up Store Launch
Kinobi End of Pop Up Celebration
Din Tai Fung, Emporium
Smith & Deli
Take a peek inside the Two Thousand Apartment
Limedrop nail polish
'The Summer Scarf' by Over/East
Emlyn Johnson, 'Quenlandian'
A mixtape by Alyx Dennison
Experiencing Marina Abramović: In Residence
A quick chat with Stephen Baker
Natalie Abbott 'Tempting Failure' / Nick Huggins 'Decaying Bell' / Anita Cummins 'Living Lab of Beauty'
A 'chocolate cheesecake cookie sandwich filling' recipe from Butterbing
Strawberry beetroot shrub
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
Homegirl zine, issue one
HESSIAN, Issue #2
Vinyl Space Records & Collectables
Here & Far pop-up homewares shop
NAIDOC Week roundup
Local Time: Brisbane 11pm
An interview with Rob Zabrecky
Homegirl Zine launch
Dark MOFO 2015
Underground Sundae, 'SKIN' film launch
Love & Mercy
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
Emlyn Johnson, 'Quenlandian'
Emlyn Johnson knocks out the hits like a teenager knocking out their first fifty mazzes. Easily! And almost in secret usually.
When he emerges with those h...
There's always a lot of conversation about what pop music is and what pop music isn't. It's very important not to take these conversations too se...
A mixtape by Alyx Dennison
Alyx Dennison used to be part of much-loved bedroom indie pop duo kyü. She's just released a solo debut that channels the fractured, pristine song craft ...
A mixtape by Black Cab
Black Cab's 'Victorious' – from last year's ambitious triumph of a concept album Games of the XXI Olympiad – lived up to its namesake as a ki...
An interview with Bill Callahan
Sometimes an artist makes music that is so moving and profound that the idea of actually asking them to explain anything about their life or craft is too int...
Diane release 'Australiana' collection, make us Aust...
Diane's new 'Australiana' collection: more refreshing than a cold one on a hot day and classier than Daryl Braithwaite c. 1990. We caught up with...
Superstar, 'Table For Two'
Today the first thing Assistant Editor Issy Beech did when she got to work was make sure Superstar's second album Table for Two was drifting gently throu...
A mixtape by Boats
Boats' symphonic folk is perfect for facilitating stare-out-the-window-and-feel wistfulness. His debut EP Release sounds like Bon Iver and Sea-Change-era...
A 'downtime' mixtape by Totally Mild
Hey, are you OK buddy? Jeez, you look cold. Why don't you come inside? The oil heater's been cranking with both switches flicked down for ages. Here,...
A mixtape by I'lls
Minimal alt-electronic trio I'lls ('isles') are, whether they like it or not, verrrry (late era) Radiohead. There's a lot of good stuff going...
A mixtape by Jonny Telafone
Oblivion awaits us all and Jonny Telafone is on the other line zapping, blipping and crooning some catharsis to the whole freakin' mess. His first offici...
A mixtape by Friendships
Melbourne electronic AV duo Friendships recently released the visual component to their single 'When I Feel Like Killing, I Murder' and like the trac...
A mixtape by Kt Spit
It's pretty telling that Kt Spit is choosing to launch her debut album Combluotion in a gallery rather than a music venue, and that you can pre-order it ...
A mixtape by Sarah Mary Chadwick
Sarah Mary Chadwick writes songs that are strong, simple and fragile all at once. She sings like she's shown up at your door unexpectedly and collapsed o...
Sarah Mary Chadwick, '9 Classic Tracks'
Sarah Mary Chadwick has just released her second full-length album, and I know it's a music journalism cliche to say 'aptly-titled' if it is legi...
A mixtape by Love of Diagrams
Call me a dreary sod if you will but the right kind of shoegaze makes my neck hairs stand up and my loins tingle a little bit. Love of Diagrams have been mak...
Courtney Barnett's top five places to sit and think…...
There's something heartwarming about seeing a larger-than-life celebrity like Ellen DeGeneres dig a song about feeling down and out in Preston. I've ...
'10 Songs For When Your Brain Needs A Reset' by Owen...
It's a wonderful world we live in where a softly-spoken, Roland Bathes-quoting violin geek can conquer indie pop. Yep, Owen Pallett is on tour and he'...
No Zu 'Medusa Music'
Next time someone complains that people don't let loose enough at local shows tell them to shut up and go see No Zu. Watch as the percussive dance funk m...
A mixtape by GL
GL are a bit like a poolside Singapore Sling on a hot day with a little purple umbrella poking out the top. Sometimes they're like a quiet Los Angeles st...
A YouTube playlist by Hinds
Hinds (formerly Deers) are an energetic four piece from Spain who've been making waves with their own breed of rough around the edges pop and melodic gar...
A mixtape by The Courtneys
The Courtneys are a Vancouver band making Flying Nun-style jangle fun. They got them hooks that grab you like just right amount of sun glare and they're ...
Pearls, 'Pretend You're Mine'
I know this is a superficial thing to open with but jeez, they're all just so damn good-looking aren't they? Click through to the press shot of them ...
A mixtape by Gooch Palms
Newcastle two-piece Gooch Palms have always subscribed to the idea that you only really need a simple drum kit, a loud guitar, some big hooks and some genita...
A YouTube mixtape by Andy Bull
Sydney synth-pop guy and massive legend Andy Bull's latest release Sea of Approval has been killing it here and overseas. Single 'Baby I Am Nobody No...
A YouTube mixtape by Pond
Off the back of their most recent release Man, It Feels Like Space Again and ahead of their upcoming Laneway shows, psychedelic rock guys Pond have put toget...
A mixtape by ABABCd
Banalarama is a YouTube channel created by director Zachary Bradtke and presenter/writer Nick Clarke (who has also worked at Beat TV and Poncho doing things ...
Twerps, 'Range Anxiety'
The other week I declared that indie rock was dead. I was, of course, talking shit. As long as the image of the lovesick articulate outsider remains appealin...
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