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Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 2:04pm


Bells, by and large, are a huge part of our lives. They let us know when dinner’s ready. They alert imprisoned children as to when school is over for the day. Famously morose author Edgar Allan Poe even wrote a poem about them. On the artistic front here in Melbourne, there are, of course, the Federation Bells in Birrarung Marr.



Consisting of 39 individual...

Posted 28 Nov 2011 @ 9:35am

"WBYK began in 2006 making screen printed band posters. It was something we both worked on at night after we finished our day jobs. Now it is our day job. We have other things we do at night now." Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney are living the dream. So many people wish that their hobby could be a self-sustaining career move, but so few realise that dream. The Newtown, Sydney based duo started out...

Posted 18 Nov 2011 @ 9:46am

Despite being a classically trained musician and having already explored and worked in a variety of mediums, young Sydney-sider Jack Colwell is, for the moment at least, well and truly focused on his solo project; the aptly titled Jack Colwell & the Owls. As we speak, the ambitious muso is gearing up for a trip down south to the undisputed music capital that is Melbourne to launch his...

Posted 26 Aug 2011 @ 9:33am

Though it is probably intended to convey a sense of personal serenity, the photo that graces Tim Finn's latest album The View Is Worth The Climb - featuring the legendary songwriter looking over the ocean from the haven he calls his backyard - also serves to illustrate that, whatever his motivations for making music might be these days, material necessity clearly isn't among them. As you might...

Posted 15 Jul 2011 @ 12:33pm



Roni, you’re about to move to Berlin. Are you aware of how jealous this makes me?

“Yes. But you’ve worked with Stockhausen. Do you know how jealous that makes me?”


You’ve been likened to Kate Bush, PJ Harvey and Lisa Gerrard. How did you become so insanely awesome at singing?

“I just mimicked all their...

Posted 2 Jun 2011 @ 5:39pm

It's not easy being a writer. So many hours spent working hard on something... and then what? How do you make it real? After all the hard work, how are you going to turn your dream into a reality? Matt Cohen has just launched his website, Findie, which helps scriptwriters find teams to create films by providing a place for them to share content, ideas and to generally network. So if you're...

Posted 27 May 2011 @ 9:56am

Lights. Camera. Action! UK based artists, Desperate Optimists, are jet-setting down to Melbourne to showcase a series of films they made about communities by using more than just each town's scenery to tell their stories.


Civic Life is a series of short films edited together without titles or credits that explore issues of cultural identity,...

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