‘Hating Alison Ashley’ Was Australia’s ‘Mean Girls’
'Hating Alison Ashley' was designed as a star vehicle for Delta Goodrem; instead, it offered a surprisingly realistic portrait of Australia's social inequality.
Dylan Voller Is the Prison Reform Activist Australia Needs
"I just think using the jails should be an absolute last resort... as a young person, it can definitely wreck your mentality."
Looking Back on the Work of Synth Legend Suzanne Ciani
We talk to the director of "A Life in Waves", a new biopic on the 70s producer who taught Philip Glass how to play synth.
Air Breathe New Life Into “Twentyears” At the Sydney Opera House
The French electro-pop duo shine in Australia’s most famous building.
Feeling it Out with Gussy
We sat down with the multi-disciplined artist in Sydney's South-Eastern suburbs to talk identity, performance, and hoping that people dance.
Stay Serene in 2017 and Listen to Tracy Chen
We spoke to the Australian songwriter—whose ambient pop really calmed our nerves last year—about K-pop, simplicity, and working with Imogen Heap.
Identity Politics and Counting Troye Sivan as a Fan: Hanging with Lonelyspeck in the Adelaide Suburbs
Meet Sione Teumogenga, the 24-year-old producer behind all the hype.
Comic Artist Lee Lai Draws What It's Really Like to Fall in Love
Comics that capture the insecurities of intimacy.
[Interview] Wilfrid Wood Makes Cheeky Plasticine Sculptures of People from the Internet
Wilfrid Wood’s clay creations encourage a sense of familiarity before turning your perceptions on their head.
James Blake Isn't the Sad Guy You Want Him to Be
Noisey caught up with the electronic whizkid as he tours Australia.