“I just got back from the gym, I’m in my millionth attempt to get in shape. I mean, I am in shape, but unfortunately it’s the shape of a pear,” Arj Barker jokes. Californian native and all-round charmer Arj Barker, is currently residing in Melbourne and I think I can speak for all the ladies […]
Jake Webb, lead singer for Perth indie rockers Methyl Ethel is sitting in the back of a taxi as he answers his phone to talk about the band and their debut album just released, Oh Inhumane Spectacle. The destination for the taxi ride is 170 Russell, which is the venue in which Methyl Ethel is […]
There’s a certain air about Oskar Offermann that feels so different to the DJs before him. Maybe it’s in his Eurropean blood, but he’s managed to crack that fine balance between the crazy nightlife of his day-to-day (or should we night-to-night) job and his life at home. You’ll get the chance to be in his […]
Celebrating 25 years as a blues artist, Lloyd Spiegel’s upcoming national tour is sure to be unlike any other. After taking last year off to plan for the next phase of his career, Spiegel is gearing up for an extensive list of gigs that will showcase his journey as a musician from where it began […]
In a black one-piece Lou James croons at the camera, twists and turns and seductively looks back to onlookers as she sings of vanity. It may be commonplace for such sultry behaviour to occur in video clips (‘Foolish’), but in reality the pressures to perform are quite different from what we see on screen. “You […]
I caught up with Melbourne based Aussie hip hop artist Seth Sentry the day before his sophomore album, Strange New Past, was due to drop. The first two singles ‘Run’ and ‘Hellboy’ have been generating lots of excitement amongst fans who have been heavily anticipating its release, I asked him how he planned on spending […]
Earthcore have long been pioneering the way for the dance music, lifestyle, culture, arts, festival experience in Australia. Celebrating 21 years last year, the festival is back for another round and doesn’t appear to be slowing down by any means. With five stages across 1500 acres, attendees will be greeted with boutique camping, a Worlds […]
ANZAC day may have been and gone, but remembering and honouring them is something we should certainly do more of. And that’s exactly what Lachlan Bryce has done in his album Rising Sons and performance with the Youth Victorian Symphony Orchestra on May 31. Honouring those further, proceeds go towards the White Cloud Foundation.
“We may end up splitting the atom at some point!” front man Ross Knight jokes when asked about their upcoming tour with Brisbane stoner punks Dune Rats. “We’re generations apart, but from all accounts they’re a top bunch of blokes who really enjoy taking the piss out of everything including themselves – so it just […]
Chuck her in a suit and tie or a glitzy dress and she’s just as funny as she is in her standard get-up. Kitty Flanagan’s comedy has an ability to transcend whatever genre or setting she’s put in, maybe it’s because no matter what situation you’re in there’s always something to complain about but more likely it’s evidence of her talent as a comedian. We had a chat to Kitty about her new venture The Weekly, heading to Bendigo and general comedy funny stuff.