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A mixtape by Banoffee

Melbourne's Banoffee (aka Martha Brown) has been making all kinds of tasty noise treats over the last couple of years, most recently gigging a heck-load,...

Brooklyn Lounge

Fun Fact: Earlier this year formerly-sane individual and Lakers guard Ron Artest (turned Metta World Peace) changed his name once more. Apparently ‘Patrick’ ...

Silver Hills, 'Plasticine Daydream'

Bangin' around in a hazy shed with your mates can sometimes, okay, rarely lead to productivity and usually just the cultivation hub for many ideas that s...

An interview with Ty Segall

San Franciscan garage rocker Ty Segall is so young, good looking, prolific and talented that we kind of want to hate him a little bit. But then we listen to ...

Boyhood

Some of us attempt to forget our childhoods. We pack the embarrassing details away and shoebox them into our parents' garage, or shred our epically cring...

Made By Name, 'Totes'

Often the greatest ideas are born from the most mundane, everyday things. I love plaid. Always have, always maybe will. It's an absolute classic. Lumberj...

Spod, 'Taste the Sadness'

The year is 2003. I'm 18 and trying to see as many gigs as possible because I wasn't able to see them before I turned 18 and maybe this privilege wil...

Lot Twenty

Every cowboy with a six-shooter is poppin' down to Northbridge to open up a small bar. It feels like only a couple of years ago peeps were having a whing...

Oasis

Oasis, the third print publication by independent Melbourne-based publishing house Bloom, contains a lot of familiar Australian images. But they're far r...

RTRFM's Radiothon Party 2014

Perth's best wireless station RTRFM 92.1 took over Northbridge over on Friday night. Featuring huge jams and beats at The Bakery, Flyrite, The Bird and Y...

Soot, 'Splash' SS14/15

Visually, SOOT looks to be the antithesis of its name. Cheeky, colourful and textural, Edwina Sinclair's Brisbane label made an impression with her AW14 ...

The School of Life: Spring Classes

You probably heard a while back that Alain de Botton’s The School of Life is due to hit Perth. Well the time has come where book lists and enrolment lines ha...

Myth: Volume 1

'No Homers Club' - your name is your folk's fault most of the time. Having a clubhouse where members are recruited due to a specific skill set is...

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Thousands Tokyo

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Small discoveries from the world's biggest city. We are pleased to welcome Thousands Tokyo to The Thousands family.

Summer Road Trip Series

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We're going on a road trip – a whole bunch of 'em, and all thanks to the good people at Hertz, who are making life easier for 21–24 year old 'Young Renters' wanting to hire a car.

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