Posts by: Nisha Prakash

In May 1997, fully clothed and singing Led Zeppelin, Jeff Buckley walked into the Mississippi River and never returned. On this day, the world lost one of the most talented artists it was ever lucky enough to catch a glimpse of.‘I want to be ripped apart by music. I want it to be something that feeds and...

Occasionally you’ll see a performance where you think to yourself, this person was absolutely meant to do this. They couldn’t get stuck in a nine-to-five; that would mean doing the world a disservice, by not sharing their talent. Such a thought occurred to me last Thursday, during the last (sold-out) show of Vance...

Based in Perth, Tristan McKenzie has fused travel, photography and craftsmanship, to create a new brand of watches; Rhuse Movement. Drawing inspiration from his travel photography, Tristan has created unique pieces, which tell both time – and a story. We had a chat with him about how it all began. How did you first...

Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory was the place to be last Saturday night, as here, Lakyn was performing one of the last shows on his Australia-wide ‘for my amigos’ tour. Heading in, the venue was filled with the psychedelic, grungy sound of New Zealand duo, Dual. With boundless energy, impressive vocals and a clear sense...

Sydney’s beautiful spring weather meant that Thursday night was warm and inviting – the perfect setting for a gig. We were in luck, because Ali Barter was continuing her One Foot In tour. Following her debut album A Suitable Girl, Barter launched an Australia-wide tour in August, her largest run of shows yet. The...

Aurelien Buttin’s photographic endeavours will make you wonder if there’s anywhere he hasn’t travelled – and rightly so. With a talent for capturing both stunning and poignant moments, the French photographer has taken this skill across forty different countries, with some beautiful results. We had a chat with him about...

Stellar Leuna is a Sydney based artist whose monochromatic style of illustration covers fascinating subject matter such as possession, femmes fatales and witches (to name a few) – creating works which are indeed out of this world. How did your passion for illustration first surface? I think it was probably when I was...

With their latest release Gang of Youths make a statement against government control and hierarchy in general – producing a track that will either make you want to dance… or start a riot. Sydney band Gang of Youths recently released a powerful new track, ‘Atlas Drowned.’ Written by frontman David Le’aupepe, the single...