September 2017

And We Love…

Arnsdorf
Adriana Giuffrida discovers a little bit more about the optimism, risk taking and journey of Arnsdorf.

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Forward Thinking

Brendan Huntley
Brendan Huntley is a pretty infectious human. If you have ever met him, or seen his band Eddy Current Suppression Ring live, you’ll know. In the spirit of how he approaches his work Tristan Ceddia had a conversation with him about his upcoming exhibition.

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A Fist Full Of Gold

Lucy Folk
It all started in kindergarten, stringing together pieces of bow tie pasta and sucking soggy Burger Rings off your fingers. You see at the age of five, a handmade penne necklace is really quite glamourous.

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Heads Of State

Royal Headache
Royal Headache are one of those bands who’ve had the blogging set project them to a whole new audience before they’ve even had time to get a 7″ pressed. Fortunately they’ve got the right perspective as well as having no idea what Pitchfork is.

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Graceful Exits

Andrew Long
Andrew Long has exhibited his work in a number of highly thought of shows and publications, as well as a series of self-published books and zines. Graceful Exits, Andrew’s third solo show is his best yet.

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Forever Is A Long Time

Love Of Diagrams
Doug Gibson sat down with Love Of Diagrams guitarist Luke Horton to find out about their latest album.

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Let It Rain

Rainoff
Skateboarding fosters creativity. Don’t ask how, or why – it’s more of an observation than an indisputable fact – it just does. Skating brought independent arts publishing house Rainoff Books together.

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B Sides

Mark Drew
Gabriel Knowles caught up with designer, curator and some time artist Mark Drew to find out how his cassette tapes are jogging other people’s memories.

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Family Guys

Family
Michaella Solar-March caught up with David Jacob Kramer to find out what makes Family so special.

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Fear And Loathing

Ben Sullivan
For most of the desert is a barren, thirst inducing and unforgiving environment. Not for photographer Ben Sullivan.

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