Honi spoke to the founders of Soft Centre Jemma Cole and Thorsten Hertog who give us a run-down on what the festival has in store for all.
There are so many ambient albums that could be considered Impossible Vinyl, but there is one that leaps out in particular.
Some part of me is glad that this album hadn’t been released the second time I drove across the Nullarbor, because I would have rinsed it, therefore spoiling it for myself. Instead I listened to the Spinner’s song ‘I’m Coming Home’ about 17 times a day and spoiled that instead.
Despite popular revivals in the 80s and 90s, rock today lives largely away from the mainstream. It exists mostly in pubs and bars, and that's okay — it needn’t be widely commercially successful to be good or to have a point. Wherever it goes, its rebellious aura will live on.
Live music can be an enigmatic pastime.
Throughout its history, jazz has undergone several tribulations to attain the beauty that it embodies today.
Hyperpop (as we know it) is a myth, but who is telling its story?
Science and music usually shouldn’t mix. But when done right you might just get an emulsion.
Memes, maximalism and music. When internet culture weaves itself into popular music, hyperpop is the result.
There’s more to country music than meets the eye. Ahead of the Tamworth Country Music Festival’s 50th Anniversary next month, Leo Su sets out to appreciate the beauty, stories, and place of the genre in Australia.