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Crepes single launch with the Ocean Party and Totally Mild (solo)
Cool Sounds single launch with Chook Race, Becoming Friends and DJ Emma Russack
Celebrity non-chef with Gregor, lobster shell stock
Local's Night at The Gasometer
Miradoor, 'Eating Well' AW16
The local ceramic goings-on
The All Day Tote
Nothing Compares 2 U
Total Truth road trip mixes
A mixtape by Colloid
Thinking about gender in ‘Grayson Perry: My Pretty Little Art Career’
Paul Yore solo show
Bitch Prefect Thru the Ages…
Repair your fridge with CD cases
A DIY hologram projector for your phone
How to Pickle It
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
The Thousands’ guide to the Melbourne Art Book Fair
Fulsome Prism/You split zine
Our picks from the 2016 Ledger Awards
Planting some advice for your indoor garden
dot Comme, Curtin House
No One Special
Take these 5 easy steps into a perfect autumn day
Vertigo, wonder and sogginess at the inaugural Rose Quartz festival
Visiting a winter wonderland on an unseasonably hot day…
Melbourne Art Book Fair
Loose Tooth EP launch
COMA presents 'Navigation One: works by Chloe Sobejiko'
HRFF and Hear My Eyes present 'The Pearl Button' with a live score by Mick Turner
Tops picks for MQFF
A Bigger Splash
Nothing Compares 2 U
Prince and the Revolution, 'Let’s Go Crazy (Special Dance Mix)'
The Time, 'Tricky'
Prince, 'Housequake (7 MINUTES MoQUAKE...
Total Truth road trip mixes
Terrible Truths and Totally Mild are responsible for two of our favourite ever mixes. They're hitting the road with a bunch of local legends to play a sh...
A mixtape by Colloid
Colloid play their own form traditional Japanese folk music that's influenced by tribal musics from all over the world. They're in town at the moment...
Smile, 'The Rhythm Method'
Pablo Beeston Britton
Well, it's 2016 and being a revolutionary guitar band may be less likely than colonising Mars but Smile don't seem too concerned about it. Their new ...
Marcus Whale's 'Music of the Masochistic and of Desp...
Ears Have Ears have been bringing the lesser known aural goods to radio listeners for some time now. The show invites musicians and sound artists to make exp...
The Drones, 'Feelin Kinda Free'
You guys wanna rock it til it hurts like misanthropic jerks? Nah? Not into it? Well, fine. Fuck you then. I'm with Gareth. “I don't give a rats...
A 'Saturn Returns' mixtape by Loose Tooth
Local garage rockers Loose Tooth have the hooks that don't rot your teeth. They're about to release a new EP that orbits around that 'Saturn Retu...
An interview with Sunn O)))
Sunn 0))) could be the loudest band on Earth. They could be the heaviest, the most influential, the most underground, the most important or the most metal. W...
The Goon Sax, 'Up to Anything'
When I was about 16 I tried to shave off my monobrow with a scalpel. Not sure why I even had access to a scalpel. I think my mum used to steal medical suppli...
A mixtape by Asdasfr Bawd
Asdasfr Bawd is a local 20 year-old twisting demented, dubbed-out scat and UK footwork into brand new fun times for gasping dance floors. He's about to r...
Full Inner Varnika lineup announced
From all accounts Inner Varnika is the kind of bush doof where people tend to transcend. As in, even if sweat melts glitter into your eyes you'll hardly ...
A playlist by Nathan Roche (in honour of his visa re...
Nathan Roche has been living in Europe for the past couple of years, a real shame for those who relished seeing him play regularly and even more of a bummer ...
A Freedom Time playlist from Hugo Mendez
Crown Ruler and Wax’o Paradiso have worked together again to transform everyone's favourite dilapidated velodrome into a collaborated party zone for Free...
Mei Saraswati, 'Devotions'
I wrote the line “Mei Saraswati is a jewel in the crown of West Coast Australian music”. Then I had to revise it to say she is the crown. Now you can get bot...
A mixtape by Homeshake
We all love Mac Demarco's scallywag jangle but wouldn't it be more interesting if someone from his band sent that sound through a disco blender, pour...
The Harpoons 'mini world tour' mixtape
Last time the Harpoons made us a mix it was a very life-affirming time indeed. The beat-curious soulsters recently returned from from their first “mini...
A mixtape by Slum Sociable
Slum Sociable make soulful, washed-out electronica you can chill to and dance to. So it makes sense they just made us a relaxing/danceable mixtape ahead of t...
Good Morning, 'Glory'
Like a ship in the night, your twenties come and go. So, so quickly. Or sometimes, they go really slowly and it seems you're going to be stuck in a disgu...
Win tickets to MSO x Jeff Mills and Derrick May
Jeff Mills told us last year that opening up a dialogue between techno and classical is “an idea among many people from Detroit that goes as far back a...
'How to make a great DJ mix' with You Beauty
You Beauty are like Andrew Lloyd Webber but good. They've just followed up Jersey Flegg (their excellent debut opus about a rugby star's life spirall...
Glamour Lakes, 'The Channel Hand'
Elusive Adelaide producer Glamour Lakes has released his debut LP, The Channel Hand on local label Format Records. This is a big'un - his sporadic releas...
A wetter than wet mixtape by Wet Lips
Wetfest is back to whip up another garage punk/party monsoon. We asked the rainmakers themselves Wet Lips to make us a mix to celebrate.
Terrible Truths, ...
A mixtape by City Calm Down
In a town where mumbling nonchalance rules the day, City Calm Down make unabashedly ambitious, polished indie music. It’s the kind of stuff you’ll want to li...
Things that stood out to Kurt Vile at the exact time...
Kurt Vile is really excellent at sending folk music to space then recalling it back to Earth for us all to enjoy. He's in the country at the moment touri...
A YouTube playlist by Misty Nights
Misty Nights continue their Hugs & Kisses takeover with 'Jazz Cigarette' – a night of alleyway flute tootin' and mirror ball boot-scootin'...
Roland Tings's top ten tracks of 2015
I made a smart playlist in my iTunes that let me list the top songs I played this year. Without doing five songs from the same artist, here’s what I listened...
Adelaide math-pop winners Sparkspitter have that knack for doing things 100%. They're all a bit weird (cool), a bit nerdy and a bit obsessed with their m...
A mixtape by Lazertits
Here's a lazy tip: get into Lazertits. They're punk as. Not in an amphetamine-crazed safety-pinned way. More in the sense that a few of them only pic...
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