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Butter Goods, SS 14

Those three weeks of rain in Perth were pretty grim, thank the lord WA brims more sunshine than a Maria Minerva beach set. We're pretty sure Spring has s...

Cory Arcangel, 'Working On My Novel'

Based on the Twitter feed of the same name, Cory Acrangel’s Working On My Novel publishes the best tweets featuring the phrase “working on my novel&rdq...

AZ20: Celebrating 20 Years of Ambient Zone

RTRFM's eerie Ambient Zone hit the double decade and threw a shindig at The Bird featuring live dark tunes and fresh tortilla's.

Lessons

The amalgamation of your favourite things in life is always great. It’s not always as easy as you’d like though. Assembling foreign interests like rap, cloth...

Childsaint, 'Sick'

Sirens, those babein' femme fatales whose sweet but melancholy melodies in the wind used to drive the sailor boys crazy. It's pretty rare to find som...

Odd Pears Spring Collection

Let's talk about socks, baby! They're far more than just a functional shoe lining or ankle-warming device. They're a vital item in every man, wom...

Magic Hands, 'Let Me Hold You While You Fail'

If you're an indie pop fan, Magic Hands are capable of hitting that Postal-Service-to-the-Beach-House nerve – the one that gets you lying with your headp...

The Frowning Clouds, 'Legalize Everything'

I know that Geelong band the Frowning Clouds have been around for a long time. And I know they predate the many other bands its members have formed. Still, I...

Garage Sale Trail 2014 registration now open

Trawling through other people's stuff that they own but no longer want to own — infinitely interesting. Miranda July wrote a book about it, Pierre Omidya...

One Day Sundays

Sydney hip hop collective One Day popped down for a Sunday sesh at The Rosie. Filled with live art, beats and cold brews you know summer is on its way.

Danielle Wood, 'Mothers Grimm'

The front cover may warn “Happy endings not guaranteed,” but the cover design also makes Mothers Grimm seem much more saccharine than it is. In f...

Urban Bowl

Trying to find a decent place for a pit stop lunch that doesn't break the piggy bank is a tough requisite – only the misinformed keep recommending that c...

The Swan Newspaper

As far back as the Romans, the black swan has been a symbol of unreality; the writer Juvenal posited such a bird as basically the yardstick of the impossible...

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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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