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Lime Cordiale: On ‘The Squeeze’ Vs. The Fuck-Ups Of Their Unofficial Mini-Festival…

Written by on 25 May 2018

Befriending inconspicuous white dudes with dreads, throwing raging house parties leaving pundits bruised and battered, lazy days at the beach and chucking on a mini-festival because bigger is better. Welcome to the perplexingly simple - or simply perplexing - world of Lime Cordiale. (That's 'cordiaaale', not 'cordial'. Jeez.) With their signature pop-driven intrigue that makes [...]

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TRU’: On All Girl Electronic, Accommodationless Mates & Confidence

Written by on 24 May 2018

Sara Tamim is a steadily blooming poppy within the Australian music scene. Working under the title TRU’, her bright, endearing and full-of-life persona is spreading positivity and beautiful tunes at a constantly growing pace. Dipping her finger in several streams throughout the industry, this radiant, emerging artist is bringing her flare for writing and recording to [...]

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The Ruminaters, Crocodylus & MORE!

Written by on 4 April 2018

March 24, Lansdowne Hotel The Ruminaters Sydney leg of the Left Our Jobs Forever Bus Tour at The Lansdowne on Saturday night presented more like a mini-festival on the poster. Featuring sets from Rosa Maria, Blandy Bandy, The Uplifting Bellends, Cosmic Flanders and the unforgettable Crocodylus, it was almost impossible for this show to be [...]

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RACKETT On: Camaraderie, Material Identity & Shaving Heads

Written by on 20 March 2018

RACKETT have become notorious for having a raucous, raw, riot of a live show. Their career trajectory over the last year and a half can be measured akin to their performances; crazy, loud, fast-paced, and yet still focused. Having already begun their Rockin' The Puburbs tour - which they achieved through winning the competition of the [...]

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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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