The owner of Little Malop street’s Real Music Vinyl & CDs Matt Penney grew up in a world where if you wanted to listen to music, you bought a record or cassette. When CDs came to the forefront of the public consciousness, Penney steered clear.
This August Safran returns to one of the key scenes in his book ‘Depends What You Mean by Extremist’, where the two sides of Australia’s extremism collided in Bendigo. He joins the likes of Clementine Ford, John Marsden, Maxine Beneba Clarke and more at the Bendigo Writers Festival.
Two years since Holy Holy’s critically acclaimed 2015 debut LP, captivating sold-out audiences across Australia, to London and The Netherlands and a complete band-restructure, the Aussie outfit are now back with a considerable departure from their previous sound.
In these tumultuous times we live in, we are constantly in tune with the future. “Content is king”, they say, and more often than not in the music world, that’s always the case because let’s face it – if don’t have an output, you don’t have relevance.
After years of perfecting her raw, plant-based diet (including a stint learning from renowned chef, Matthew Kenney) Raw Ambition’s Eileen Sims brought it to the people of Geelong in the form of a cooking school in 2012. Now several years later, she’s just launched an online store for the treats and is set to appear at the first ever The Glitter Project Collective where she’ll be talking about raw, plant-based eating and sharing some recipes.