1. Allah-Las - Calico ReviewBy Daini Stephenson

    It’s simple – this is the kind of music that defines the places we go..

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  2. Ziggy Alberts Norfolk IslandFeaturing Ziggy Alberts

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  3. Laneway Freo 2017By Remy Bernhardt

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  4. L'introduction de Les KrillsBy Anna Jordan | Featuring Les Krills

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  5. Dune Rats beerFeaturing The Dune Rats, Young Henrys Oscar McMahon

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  6. Paradise FoundBy Birralee Hassen

    10000 people flocked to Lost Paradise this year, armed with their deadliest dress-ups and river floating devices to bring in the New Year.

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  7. Lost in 2017

    What we needed was an escape from the insanity. Some kind of riverside haven that was hidden away from all the crap. No wankers, no world calamities, no wifi....

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  8. FALLS BYRON BAYBy Anna Jordan

    Every festivalgoer has a very different story to tell. My story of Falls Festival - Byron Bay is far from perfect..

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  9. ZEN PANDAFeaturing Thomas Ling

    This photo series was taken during Zen Panda's last show supporting the Jungle Giants..

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  10. YOUR PARADISE 2016Featuring MY Media Sydney

    Last week, boutique destination festival Your Paradise returned to the Fiji Islands for their third annual electronic music extravaganza...

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  11. Lost Paradise Easily Found

    If you’re looking for a place to ring in New Years 2017, then Lost Paradise festival at Glenworth Valley is our pick, a cultural experience to awaken your...

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  12. Fairgrounds Review Status: IconicBy Lily Keenan

    Fairgrounds Festival is the kind of weekend I'll tell my grandkids about and they'll think, “Festivals were just better back in those days.”

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  13. Dope Lemon X Jack RiverBy Ash Schumann

    The Dope Lemon & Jack River magic combined is a delicious dream for your ears to feast on & swing your hips to..

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  14. Fairgrounds Festival is Quality in the CountryBy Lily Keenan

    Rodriguez, The Tallest Man On Earth, Angel Olsen, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Big Scary. If every festival is destined for somebody, then this...

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  15. The Jim Mitchells - Planet Absorbed EPBy Daini Stephenson

    As I was listening to them my immediate thoughts were ‘oh yeah these guys were born out of a confused time machine of modern day psychedelic rock and trips...

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  16. The Jezabels - SynthiaBy Daini Stephenson

    After being transported into a grimy art scene complemented by woozy alien-like sounds and whimsical beats, you will begin to wonder what planet you are on..

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  17. First of FallsBy Lucy Small

    Just as you’ve finally tucked the last bit of your brains back inside your skull and returned all your limbs to face the front after Splendour, guess what,...

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  18. Never Seen this beforeFeaturing Delta Riggs

    The Delta Riggs and ended up salvaging a boring notion (a dude dancing in a room shirtless) with a tricky edit. This earned me the directors chair to build the...

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  19. Splendid / Not SplendidBy Lily Keenan | Featuring Will Blackburn

    Didn't make it to Splendour in the Grass this year? Did make it to Splendour but can't remember anything? We have a recap of the weekend's highs and lows to...

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  20. 11:11 - 3:33 SPLENDID BILLINUDGEL PUBBy Jon Laurenson

    The 11:11-3;33 Splendid Billinudgel Pub extravaganza with free booze from Stone and Wood.

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  21. Top Five Splendour Non-HeadlinersBy Lily Keenan

    The bands that shred while you lie in your bed (or tent).

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  22. The Book of SoulsBy Remy Bernhardt | Featuring Iron Maiden

    Over the last 40 years Iron Maiden has come to embody a passionate, bizarre and eccentric mix of individuals. This is live heavv metal for multi generations.

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  23. Ahhhh The GumballFeaturing Renae Saxby

    The festival fashion consists of a stunning array of flanno’s matched to perfection with a BYO tinnie that’s wrapped tightly in a sexy Gummy stubby holder.

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  24. SKEGSS MojoBy Remy Bernhardt

    SKEGGS on tour. The indisposable camera photos here speak for themselves on a recent night at the infamous Mojo Bar in Freo.

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  25. The James Adams Photo Show Byron BayBy Claudia Morehead | Featuring James Adams

    It’s undeniably apparent you’re at a good party when both hands are clasping onto a cold cup of free rum and Mac Demarco is finally locking eyes with you,...

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  26. The West OZ 'sewer tour'By Remy Bernhardt | Featuring Goons of Doom

    The Goon of Doom 'Sewer Tour'- the eyes of a disposable camera never lies.

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  27. Splendour Lineup 2016By Lily Keenan

    The 2016 Splendour in the Grass line-up has us spitting our morning coffee all over the computer screen in disbelief.

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  28. The Jim Mitchells 'Planet Absorbed'By Lily Keenan

    Whatever planet they're on, we want in.

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  29. Let Me Introduce: Matt GreshamBy William Blackburn

    He's one to watch at SXSW, and is happy to work for cash.

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  30. G'Day, Red Engine CavesBy William Blackburn

    Whether it be free tunes, booze or a mere shit about their fans, it seems the Fremantle trio just can’t stop giving.

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  31. Lost Paradise

    Out to cut loose in the hills.

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  32. Friday on my mindBy Jon Laurenson | Featuring Stevie Wright

    Rest in peace Stevie Wright - the Easybeats - Friday on my mind

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  33. Falls 2015By Jon Laurenson | Featuring Gary Clarke Jnr, The Foals, Kurt Vile, King Gizzard

    Falls Festival - Byron Bay is epic. Were you there?

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  34. Big WhiteBy William Blackburn | Featuring Cody Munro Moore

    Wringing out the limp squeegee that is 2015 for some final, refreshing droplets of new music.

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  35. Festival of the SunFeaturing Renae Saxby

    This is how your weekend rolls: beer, beach, beer, boogie, repeat.

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  36. Lime Cordiale: On the Road to ParadiseBy William Blackburn | Featuring Oliver Leimbach

    'People think I'm on drugs or something, but I'm just on spicy curry pills.'

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  37. Falls Festival: Pre-GameBy William Blackburn

    Limber up, you’ve got some listening to do.

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  38. King Gizzard @ The Curtin

    Bodies flying everywhere. Absolute chaos.

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  39. Grinspoon: A Band Called HubcapBy Jon Laurenson

    Last Thursday night in Byron Bay, a band called 'Hubcap' was billed to play at the Great Northern pub...

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  40. The Drones: Taman ShudBy William Blackburn

    Melbourne’s The Drones have returned in furious fashion to give fans a first taste of the band’s long awaited (by the river?), seventh album.

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  41. Sounds of the Suburbs '15Featuring Jacob Boylan & Bee Stephens

    Showcasing some of the best, young Australian punk and indie talents floating just under most listeners' radars.

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  42. Hello, My Own Pet RadioBy William Blackburn

    Enough of the chit-chat, it’s time for the chit-chat. The one we had with Sam Cromack, of My Own Pet Radio.

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  43. Small World: Sounds, Swigs & SnacksBy William Blackburn

    Pairing our favourite Small World acts with our picks from the day’s menu. Because non-traditional content formats are, like, so hot right now.

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  44. The Persian Drugs x The FilthBy William Blackburn

    Bringing psych-garage-boogie to Beach Road this Friday.

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  45. Driftwood.: Mexico

    The third single from Sydney's audio-visual uprising.

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  46. Foals: Mountain At My GatesBy William Blackburn

    Virtual reality: progressing both how we experience music videos, and how nuts phone users can look on the train.

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  47. Splendid, Not Splendid: 2015By William Blackburn

    I think I’ve gone into the future. And there’s mud everywhere.

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  48. Splendour: There and BackBy William Blackburn

    A 10-song playlist depicting the emotional and physical dodgem-car rally that will be Splendour in the Grass 2015.

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  49. New Video: MT WARNINGBy William Blackburn

    “When It All Bleeds Out” is the emotive first slice from MT WARNING's forthcoming EP, which will be good’n’ready for your earholes in just a few days.

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  50. Returns: Last Dinosaurs / The CreasesBy William Blackburn

    New stuff from The Creases and Last Dinosaurs is putting Brisbane in a hot seat of prodigal son-ery.

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  51. Hedge Fund: 5 For 5By William Blackburn

    A little bit of give and take with the emerging Sydney four-piece.

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  52. Playing the Future of MusicBy William Blackburn | Featuring Musify + Gamify

    It was either this or 'Tidal', and nobody's got time for that.

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  53. Avalanche City - Inside OutBy William Blackburn

    It's not what you want on a Monday morning, but it’s probably what you need.

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  54. Vivid Music @ SeymourBy William Blackburn

    Returning to Sydney's Seymour centre, Vivid Music is all set to light up you ears, eyeballs and minds.

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  55. Burn Antares - Vangablonde

    It’s all flowing lace, string sections and gender ambiguity for the Sydney five-piece.

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  56. An Interview With TwerpsBy William Blackburn | Featuring Julia McFarlane

    We’ve been chatting to Julia McFarlane, one forward-thinking quarter of the Melbourne band Twerps.

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  57. Splendour Announces SideshowsBy William Blackburn

    This is good news, especially for those who weren’t keen to trade vital organs on Gumtree just for a day pass.

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  58. Coachella 2015By Ryan Brabazon

    There was a couple of troughs in the AM, but there were a lot of highs.

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  59. Splendour in the Grass 2015Featuring The Lineup

    We've got Splendour 2015 all lined up.

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  60. Let Me Introduce: Penelope AustinBy William Blackburn

    Take some time to get to know Aussie songstress Penelope Austin. Because soon enough, she’ll be everywhere, man.

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  1. Darwin and Tiwi Islands

    We explore the Northern Territory outback, the local Darwin food, bar and music scene and the nearby Tiwi Islands for a cultural hit and some infamous Barra fishing with the local indigenous guides.

  2. The Whitsundays travel guide

    "I''ve travelled around the world and the most beautiful place i have ever seen is in our backyard - the Whitsundays” - Emily Hutchinson @emelinaah
    We planned a fun 8-day Whitsunday holiday filled with reef diving, island hopping, water activities and plenty of time to relax. The trip kicked off with three days in Airlie Beach which was enough time to chat to the locals and get the inside story on the best things to do and explore in the Whitsundays. Every conversation pointed to two things: a one-day Cruise Whitsundays dive trip to the outer Great Barrier Reef and a sea plane flight over Heart Reef and Whitehaven Beach with Air Whitsunday. Then we spent four leisurely days on a #gobareboating catamaran exploring the 74 Whitsunday Islands. Thanks to our very own skipper (a local who knew just the right places), we stumbled across our own secret beaches, found hidden gems and watched the tropical Whitsunday world go by. Our trip ended with an overnight stay on glorious Hamilton Island - and a chance to mix water sports and hiking activities with chill outs by the resort pool and enjoy quality restaurant and cocktail time. [caption id="attachment_14579" align="alignnone" width="1350"] seychelles, chasing the sun, travel, fashion, lifestyle, womens sur[/caption] [caption id="attachment_14598" align="alignnone" width="1350"] seychelles, chasing the sun, travel, fashion, lifestyle, womens surf[/caption]

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    A vibrant mixture of colourful people and untouched places, Colombia is an untapped resource, the result of a rocky past and fabricated stereotypes.

  4. Rottnest Island travel guide

    The extraordinary beauty of Rottnest Island through the eyes of local Olive Cooke. Rotto sits just 19kms from Fremantle, Western Australia and is a wild and unique piece of Aussie paradise. Get your Rottnest Island travel guide by local influencer Olive Cooke

  5. Madagascar travel guide

    Lucy Small exploring the coasts, surf and villages of Madagascar.

  6. Cuba

    A place of crumbling splendor and jeweled seas, of derelict buildings emblazoned with the revolutionary flag. This is a changing Cuba.

  7. Palawan

    This is your guide to Palawan in the Phillippines by Life in the Slow Lane's Liss Connell and Grace Picot

  8. Traversing Namibia

    Traversing Namibia by road. Wild and free in the African desert of Namibia by Elise Hassey

  9. Mo'orea travel guide

    Come and visit tropical paradise of Mo'orea, Tahiti. Travel guide by Alesha Saliba of Billabong Australia. Featuring Elyse Knowles and Rocky Barnes

  10. Bora Bora travel guide

    Is paradise calling? This is your guide to Bora Bora, Tahiti.

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