By Oliver Brett In early November South Africa defeated England by 32 – 12 with a bruising and dominant performance that saw them deservedly become world champions for the third time. They produced their most complete performance in their most important fixture, physically and emotionally peaking at the optimum point of their four year cycle. […]
Video by Erin Hughes, Kerri Ellis, and Kat Vella Featured image: Alex E. Proimos/CC/Wikimedia Commons
By Bailey Riley Kanye West has been rapping and producing for most of his life and since the release of ‘The College Dropout’ in 2004 up until 2016, he was known for being at the forefront of hip-hop and its ever developing sound and popularity. But since 2016’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’, Kanye has seemingly […]
Jess De ponders the philosophical question of which traits we’re born with, and which are a result of life experiences.
Kat Vella interviews random passers-by about the discussions they are having (or not having) with people in their lives about potentially divisive issues.
By Oliver Brett “Miserable out there isn’t it?” a cashier tells me in Sydney CBD. It is August, she shivers behind the counter. It is no less than 15°C , a mild day but nothing worse than that. I myself am dressed in a long jacket and wrapped with a scarf. I feel the […]
By Erin Hughes It’s finally Scorpio season! The Scorpio is the sign of passion, intensity, independence and seduction, so use this season to reignite your sense of self and get ready to FEEL.
Australia has a well-established Chilean expat community who came here following the military coup in the 1970’s. The violent coup which saw the death and disappearance of thousands of Chilean citizens overthrew the democratically elected government and established a dictatorship for nearly thirty years. I spoke to two Chilean students who organised, together with other […]
By Bailey Riley Danny Brown has been in the rap game for over a decade, but don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of him. Straying from mainstream music for his entire career, Danny has carved out a niche fanbase that looks to him for an experimental sound that he seems to reinvent with each […]
By Erin Grant October is a busy month for awareness, it is simultaneously Mental Health Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness month and Australian Music Month. When you think of Australian music, what comes to mind? I bet it is Men At Work’s ‘Down Under’, isn’t it? Or maybe Paul Kelly? The Whitlams? Jimmy Barnes? […]