“Just fuck shit up, fuck everything up!”
The band from Austin have a belter of a new album.
Static energy and lonely roads in Joshua Tree.
And a wonderful way to spend a Wednesday night.
Life after dark.
Jimmy and Hugo had us aboard before one of their biggest shows to date.
Wind storms, trimimigrants and pickups hanging from trees in the most isolated part of Cali.
Band of Horses get tattoos backstage at the Sydney Opera House. Who does that?
Ludlow Gallery in Orange NSW has it’s opening night next Friday 24th June. I’m giving you bozos a week’s notice to plan your sick day in time to get there. The gallery is on Lord’s Place (yes that’s the name of the street), out the back of the coffeeshop called Good Eddy. Orange is a couple of good country…
2 guitars is a yes – 3 guitars is a double yes! Twin Peaks shred stormed the Oxford Arts Factory in downtown Darlinghurst last night.
John Feely’s Mongolia photos are really quite exceptional.
Psychedelic art by El Oso Negro at the Grifter Brewery. Don’t sneeze on the gold.
Upcoming must see show by Tattoo Artist Jed De Pyper. It’ll be better than a cockatoo trapped in your car.
Ross Giardina is a cinematographer. He shoots dark, brooding projects that speak without words and embrace you without arms.
Sunday Too Far Away is an Australian film shot mostly in and around the shearing shed of South Australia’s biggest sheep station in 1975, and it’s a bloody good one.
In it’s 3rd glorious year, the 1 day festival will be better than shrimp and slaw on a skewer in a bayou. Even better news: for the first time, it’s being held in the underskirts of both Melbourne and Sydney.
If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of your brain looks like, artist Mike Perry has captured it in a detailed intricate sketch, wild with colour, or an elaborate sculpture, or on a large scale mural.
It’s my birthday the day after Cinco De Mayo so let’s say this is my gift to you from here in Australia via the mighty US band Portugal. The Man; a recreation of your favourite song, ‘Purple Yellow Red and Blue’ sung in Spanish.
In a world where everyone is on the up-sell, it’s great to see that the art of sincere, heart-felt storytelling like LA director Ryan Reichenfeld still exists. See his work here.