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Author: Jameel Khan

DMA’s – ‘For Now’

Written by on 27 April 2018

I've always been a fan of British music first and foremost. Ever since rock'n'roll crossed the pond from its birthplace in the US, the British truly mastered it into ways that culminated in groups as legendary as The Beatles all the way up to Radiohead - there's something so beautiful about British culture that lends [...]

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Bad Friday Part 2 – The Return Of Sticky Fingers

Written by on 3 April 2018

30 March, Bad Friday Easter is based around the concept of resurrection in Christian belief. This Easter long weekend however, I experienced a different kind; though not without its own kind of religious or mythological undertones. One involving a Newtown band who, following suffering (the media's favourite catchphrase) "internal issues" and widely publicised controversy, ended their [...]

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Bad Friday – Part 1

Written by on 3 April 2018

30 March, Bad Friday As I walked into the Marrickville Block Party known as Bad Friday, I felt an undeniable feeling of eagerness and excitement for the day ahead of me - a feeling that seemed to radiate throughout every punter who turned up on the day. There were a lot of factors contributing to [...]

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PREMIERE: Leopard Lake Goes Interdimensional With ‘Further’

Written by on 22 March 2018

Hey guys! It's that special time that we know you all look forward to. That's right, it's premiere time! Where Lunchbox gives all of our beautiful readers an exclusive first listen to some of the best new tracks coming from some of the most promising up-and-coming Australian artists.  And boy... This one's a good one. That's right, [...]

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Timi Temple, Jermango Dreaming

Written by on 9 February 2018

9 February, Oxford Art Factory Last night I attended a show at Oxford Art Factory. It was there that I witnessed the first ever headline slot for Timi Temple, at his Where Did the Good Guy Go? single launch. I hadn't attended OAF in a long time - a place I used to frequent between ages 18-21. However, [...]

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