Day: 14 July 2022

Interview: Mura Masa on Guernsey, Splendour In The Grass and starting out

Self-taught Grammy Award-winning producer Mura Masa is set to arrive on Aussie shores next week for the return of Splendour In The Grass, alongside his own sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne. The Guernsey-native has had a whirlwind of a career. From relocating to Brighton at 18, being nominated for the prestigious Grammy Awards and moving…

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Ally Palmer

Exclusive Album Premiere: Ally Palmer – Need You Around (2022 LP)

Byron Bay’s multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Ally Palmer has been teasing out singles since last year, and we are beyond excited to be premiering Need You Around, her debut album from the talented artist. With a tip of the hat to ’60s surf pop, ingrained with solid folk roots and a love for old soul music,…

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Book Review: Janine Mikosza’s Homesickness is a searing look at displacement and trauma

For many of us, home is where the heart is. A safe environment and the epitome of ‘homely.’ But, for Janine Mikosza it was more complicated than that. In her memoir, Homesickness, she explores the many childhood homes she lived in before turning eighteen. Mikosza has previously published essays and short stories. She brings some…

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Top 10 Books Every Uni Student Should Read

Many say that University students hate reading. But my opinion with all these stories is that people who say they dislike reading have not found the right genre for them – yet. Reading helps Uni students tremendously. Indeed, reading theory books might not be the right choice for many students. However, the literature universe is…

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