Frank Ocean’s confession marks change in hip-hop’s sexuality, writes Victoria Lui.
Before there were small bars, there was the Different Drummer, writes Nick Rowbotham.
Sydney’s latest dining innovation is a small-scale success, but it could all be hampered by endless red tape, writes Michael Koziol.
On a hot New York afternoon, Madeleine King took refuge in the coolness of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Matt Clarke is ready to dance when the vamp up. Azealia Banks has what every young artist dreams of: buzz. Late last year, the 20 year old rapper released her debut single ‘212,’ which rocket-launched the Harlem singer from total unknown, to industry up and comer.
The phonograph never died, writes Avani Dias as she dives into Sydney’s own vinyl culture (and labels).
Anyone can help make creative projects a reality, reports Joseph Wang.
Ye shall know the Engineering Student by its beard. The beard’s colour, size, and texture is associated with sexual maturity, climate, and testosterone production; generally, the darker and fuller the beard, the healthier the Engineering Student. It makes the Engineer appear wiser and more fearsome, aiding it in confrontations with its primary foe: bar management.…
The most distinctive aspect of the Law Student’s appearance is the Country Road tote bag that can commonly be found slung over its shoulder. Cutting this bag open will reveal a small tower of textbooks full of nonsense words like “mens rea”, “pari delicto”, and “defamation”. In fact, it was only when Country Road expanded…
Lanky and awkward, Science Students can be identified by their emaciated frames and long, greasy hair. Their days and nights are spent doing three things gaming reading/watching/debating science fiction playing God Not much is known about them but they are feared for their great knowledge and strange screams can often be heard emanating from the…