Follow Gympie-via-Sydney band NOIRE through their picturesque journey beginning in Austin for South By South West, and ending in stunning California.
An Australian in Austin: Music and Food Journeys Through South By South West
From Car Seat Headrest to Koriente, we take a look at some of our South By South West food and music highlights.
SXSW Exclusive Review: The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillipps
We discuss a particular South By South West highlight – a special screening of the eye-opening film, The Chills: The Triumph and Tragedy of Martin Phillipps.
Currently Exploring Austin, Texas
Check back for some South By South West related content and Austin eats soon.
Spaghetti Ramenese: Deconstructing ‘Modern Australian Cuisine’ With Chef Nick Smith of Rising Sun Workshop
Executive Chef of Rising Sun Workshop Nick Smith talks us through their profit-for-purpose cafe concept, and why we should embrace fusion food.
Bedsit For Peacer: On The Outskirts Of Town And Industry With Jamie Hutchings And Darren Cross
Jamie and Darren have known each other for over two decades and so it’s no surprise that they’re teaming up to promote their rich and respective back catalogues and new material.
Killer Female Talent: Married Man
Sydney three-piece Married Man elaborate on their debut LP, making music with some of your best friends, and why you should support your local live music scene.
Premiere: Slow Ships, ‘I Just Want You To Know’
‘I Just Want You To Know’ is a song that reaches out to loved ones; acknowledging and thanking them for their input along the way.
Review: Mitski’s Laneway Sideshow
The album version of Mitski’s ‘Me and My Husband’ begins with a sigh, and so does her performance tonight.
Making it Rain: Magpie Diaries and Steve Smyth on Giving Back to the Community
Dashville Skyline founder and music-maker Matt Johnston and folk-rock renegade Steve Smyth on the capacity for music to make a difference in the local community.