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10th February 2017
Gregory Maqoma is a leading South African choreographer and dancer. He brings his mesmerising fusion of […]
9th February 2017
The Roe Highway Extension, known as Roe 8, has become one of the most controversial state […]
25th January 2017
WA Greens Candidate for Mirabooka Rafeif Ismail has lashed out at One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson […]
23rd January 2017
The local Arts community in Perth may have taken a beating with recent funding cuts but […]
17th January 2017
Lion is a new Australian film directed by Garth Davis. It’s based on the true story […]
22nd November 2016
A new book entitled Perth Then and Now takes a look back at the history of […]
22nd November 2016
Domestic Violence is a enormous problem in Australia, with both State and Federal governments responding to […]
20th October 2016
For the past two years, Coel Healy has been following the Burundi Band and Peace Choir. […]
2nd August 2016
Australia has a huge music community made up of bands, managers, promoters, venues and services like […]
15th December 2015
Unlabelled is a monthly exploration of some of the world’s most culturally significant music labels. Beyond […]
16th November 2015
Jay Watson has been making waves in the music world, whether it’s with Tame Impala, Pond […]
3rd November 2015
Unlabelled is a monthly exploration of some of the world’s most culturally significant music labels. Beyond just releasing music, labels play an important part in the collection and curation of music. Labels are often key in finding, reissuing and preserving music that would otherwise be lost in the endless sea of new releases.