Apparently good singer-songwriters still exist in Sydney. Chelsea Reed interviews Katie Wighton to find out what motives her and her music.
“Come take a stab at it faggot, I pre-ordered your casket” doesn’t really paint a very welcoming image… under, well, any circumstances whatsoever. The Odd Future collective, particularly their de facto leader, Tyler the Creator, have been lambasted for the use of such blatant homophobia in their music (fun facts: Tyler’s album, Goblin, contains a…
Rosie Marks-Smith and Paul Meo make music with Dr Karl Kramer
I came, I saw, I gabbered, writes Bernadette Morabito.
Young Sydneysiders want good music and great times when we go out – give that to us or we will make it happen ourselves.
Honi Soit editors, Jack Gow, Paul Ellis, and Bebe D’Souza make the pilgrimage to hipster Mecca.
Wayne Swan’s emphasis on employment as a core value sells Springsteen short, writes Shaun Crowe in Canberra.
Frank Ocean’s confession marks change in hip-hop’s sexuality, writes Victoria Lui.
Justin Pen was Friesian cold in Canberra as Honi’s man on the ground for Groovin’ The Moo.
Avani Dias discovers the woman behind the indie scene’s emerging ‘it-girl’.