Day: 28 April 2019

Track of the Day: Son of Cabe “Lynwood” (2019)

April 28, 2019

“Lynwood” is the latest track from British electro-pop artist Son of Cabe, and it’s a cracker. Packed with ambient synths and drums straight from 90s hip-hop, it blends melancholy musings on guilt and regret with beats that’ll stick in your head long after listening. Of the track, Son of Cabe says: “Lynwood’s about trying to say […]

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Bad Friday Interview: Holiday Sidewinder (AUS) talks the importance of small festivals and her new single

April 28, 2019

Sydney singer-songwriter, musician and producer Holiday Sidewinder is officially back in Australia following a long London stint, opening the action at the tenth anniversary edition of Bad Friday Festival, which took place in Marrickville at the start of the Easter Long Weekend. We caught up with the indie-pop artist on the day to chat about […]

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Book Review: Guy Rundle’s Practice: Journalism, Essays and Criticism is a distillation of wit and writing

April 28, 2019

Practice. Journalism, Essays and Criticism collects and distills the writings of journalist Guy Rundle. An intricate, clever yet funny, and mostly convincing take on all the big politicians, and some sordid Americans along the way, Practice is compiled from his work for Crikey, and various magazines and newspapers, over the years. Opinions on topics ranging […]

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