November 2017

My Mission And Yours

Damo Suzuki
Emma Ramsay finds out from Damo Suzuki why he sees the live music moment itself as the most vital.

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In Rohdes

Kate Rhodes
With a skillful use of materials from expanding foam to fake fur, hair, resin, jewels and glitter, Melbourne based artist Kate Rohde creates installations that seem to come from a hyper-colour, ’80s cartoon dreamland.

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Now Is Forever

Ari Marcopoulos
Amanda Maxwell talks to Ari Marcopoulos about friendship, music and cereal.

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Paradise Lost

My Disco
Judging from the difficulty people have in identifying their style of music, My Disco appear to defy genre, and have been described as having such musical ability as to be able to sidestep these conventions.

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Shimmer

Peter Simpson
Enthralled by Peter Simpson’s exhibition of immaculate landscapes, Tristan Ceddia caught up with him for a chat about his work.

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Video Hits

Paul Elliott
Millie Stein finds out about the Australian outback, Peter Garrett and the best job in the world.

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Stone Free

Billy Bride
Adriana Giuffrida speaks with Renee Warne, the creator of Billy Bride about the creation of these divine and highly coveted pieces.

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Alluvia

Matt Huynh
There’s a theory that to master a craft one must accrue 10,000 hours of experience in a chosen field. Matt Huynh is arguably already there.

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X-aspirations

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Steve Lucas has fronted X for 33 years, shredding vocals in a way that he describes as primal screaming, “but in-tune.”

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Kind Of Like This

Cara Stricker
Cara Stricker and her 35mm take us to Burning Man and beyond.

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