July 2017

Pick Me Up


Rinzen members Craig Redman and Karl Maier converse about their creative development, meaning versus perception and double entendres.

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It Was Ritten


Adriana Giuffrida speaks to Sally MacDonald about future colloborations, the joys of working with other artists and what’s in store for Rittenhouse this year.

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Tortoise And Hare


Tortoiseshell tell us how it took five years to write a damn fine disco-pop single.

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Gods And Monsters


Tara Marynowsky fills her life with characters. They’re on her walls, on her desk and in boxes around her studio.

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Twerpentine


The Twerps are the type of band whose records can stay on rotation in some households for weeks on end before anyone bats an eyelid. Tristan Ceddia asked the little buggers from Melbourne some questions about how this has come to be.

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Euro Trash


“These were shot in an abandoned GDR fun park on the outskirts of Berlin called Spreepark, Jan 2009. Apparently the guy who owned it got busted trying to smuggle coke in the rides to somewhere after it shut down.”

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Fur Goodness Sake


Laila Sakini was lucky enough to tie Frank Valvo down for a quick yak to try and discover how he has managed to stay on top of the hair game for so long.

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Burly Griffin


Matthew Griffin is a Melbourne-based artist who typically produces work exploring subcultures, idols, consumerism and rebellion. When Melissa Loughnan approached Griffin for an interview she was met with an unexpected proposal.

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Ab Fab


Nisa Venerosa and Jarrod Zlatic are Fabulous Diamonds, a Melbourne-born psychedelic folk-pop duo that has been causing quite a stir since their self-titled debut album launched back in 2008.

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On The Brink


Louise McClean talks to Benedict Brink as she shoots her way to a most promising future.

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