March 2017

What’s The Rush

Eddy Current
Much is made of the apparent lack of time taken by Eddy Current Suppression Ring to record their critically acclaimed albums. Bassist Brad Barry tells Gabriel Knowles why those stories aren’t strictly true.

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Wild Thing

Mike O'Meally
Dedication and an unwavering attention to one’s passion are necessary tools to become great. Mike O’Meally is a photographer who has these traits.

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Breaking Free

Black Rider
The Black Ryder was birthed in 2007, the musical love child of Aimee Nash and Scott von Ryper. They immediately set about crafting an entirely new sound, one that could be separated from the vagaries of whatever critics think ‘post-psychedelic’ is.

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And So The Story Goes…

Self Titled
Adriana Giuffrida speaks with Tulia Wilson about her creative past, the present and the future of Self Titled.

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A Pause In Conversation

Jim Houser
Tristan Ceddia talks to Jim Houser in the wake of his first Australian solo show, The Pregnant Pause.

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Narrow Intersection

The Narrows
Caroline Clements talks to Warren Taylor at The Narrows gallery about wall flowers, intelligent insects and how this gallery in Melbourne is walking the line where art meets design.

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Big Fish

Pond
By the sounds of things the psychedelic revival is well and truly happening in Perth right now. Tame Impala, The Silents, These Ship Wrecks and Pond are all at the forefront of a style firmly on its way back.

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Bewitched

Charlies Widow
Lang Leav tells Gabriel Knowles about her latest publishing project.

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Lines And Fades

Rudin Rashid
Oliver Georgiou caught up with Rudin Rashid to talk about making the transition to illustrating skin and how the love buzz is treating him.

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Summer Days, Walking

Garry Trinh
Garry Trinh is one that revels in the extraordinarily ordinary moments that most wander on past, he welcomes the unexpected and the valuable ideas they provide.

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