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In this dreary age of lockdowns, plagues and basically everything on the planet going wrong it’s important to look for the bright and sparkly side of life.
“I think what’s attractive about burlesque is that it’s inclusive…Provided you are over eighteen literally anyone can do burlesque.
Still thinking about starting that creative project? There is no time like the present. And Lauren Adorni-Braccesi spoke with us about the organic and fun process of starting her creative project, Lauren Makes.
Emerging from their hiatus, New York’s Diet Cig have returned with one of this year’s finest albums. Deeply striking and inquisitive, Do You Wonder About Me? is the duo’s sophomore album, arriving three years after their debut Swear I’m Good At This.
Isabel Wetten is the living definition of a boss babe. As the owner of The Bella Styling Co., founder of Rocket Girl Modelling and co-producer of Brisbane European Fashion Festival, we have to ask, is there anything Isabel can’t do? Oh, and of course she does it all in her heels and red lipstick too!
When the going gets tough humanity tends to turn to our great writers to lift us up. In an interview with The Paris Review E.B. White (essayist and author of Charlotte’s Web) reflected on the author’s role in society as one that “should tend to lift people up… Writers do not merely reflect and interpret life, they inform and shape it.”
Rock trio Columbus have just released a new single for 2020. Following their 2019 release, ‘Can’t Hide From What Hurts’, the new track ‘Out of Time’ hits in a similar way with an important message hidden behind the upbeat rock tune.
Hockey Dad have been making huge waves ever since their 2016 album, Boronia, and they’re only getting bigger with their new single ‘Itch’ in heavy rotation on triple j and their upcoming tour and album, Brain Candy on the way.
In the last month, the world has become incredibly quiet – not only because most of the population is in self-isolation, but also because the music industry’s plans for the year have been completely wiped out since the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to all live music for the foreseeable future.