A commercial gallery that exhibits artworks from artists who pose thought-provoking ideas through their visual flair for studio crafted aesthetics, challenging the generic conventions of society. If you’re not a lover of controversial art, at least head down for a drink in the speakeasy bar in the basement.
There’s something extraordinarily special about stripping things back… What that something is exactly, is questionable. Perhaps it’s the raw beauty that is found when peeling away the unnecessary layers, or the serenity that is found in simplicity. Regardless, The Beautiful Girls are mastering the art.
Chelsea was 19 years of age when she should have been enjoying her first ever music festival. Instead, she was left feeling out of place and uncomfortable as a male aged significantly older than her both physically and verbally assaulted her.
When you’ve been a band for as long as Frenzal Rhomb, it would be a fair assumption to say that your bond with your band mates would resemble the bond between brothers, but like any brotherly relationship that also leads to frequent bickering and friction.
Kate Miller-Heidke has a voice that is instantly recognisable; whether it’s while singing the fabulously quirky and thought-provoking pop song ‘Caught in the Crowd’, to the glorious ballad ‘The Last Day On Earth’ to angst-ridden love songs with titles like ‘Lose My Shit’. Sustaining a long term career in the music industry, Kate has a diverse repertoire and the ability to seamlessly transition from one genre to the next.
Who would have thought a group of vegetarians starting a metal band called Cattle Decapitation would become such a massive international hit.
Dara Hayes is a girl on fire. The 25-year-old Sydney-sider, better known as DJ Tigerlily, has gone from mixing tracks in her bedroom to becoming one of Australia’s elite performers, performed all over the globe. We chat to the bubbly DJ on her upcoming performance at Road to ULTRA, crossing into the pop realm and stepping away from her famous blue hair.