The Eye Creative Magazine, Issue 14, December 2018. The Indie-folk darlings of the Australian music scene, Angus and Julia Stone have been giving us heartfelt tunes since the early 2000s. Whether it’s a memory of your first kiss as ‘Big Jet Plane’ plays in the background or jamming to ‘Just A Boy’ in music class,
Copy for AerialFit Body and Barre, N2N Media Sydney. ‘The summer body is made in the winter,’ we’ve heard itall before. With the beautiful spring weather warming up, we’re revaluatingwhat that ‘summer body’ is. Spring brings us beautiful sunshine, more time toenjoy being out in the warmth and sometimes, a little worry. Spending more timeoutside
UTSoC, 2018 So your boss won’t give you a payslip … Eliza Spencer found out the hard way just how easy it is to get into some very dodgy situations, and she has some advice on how you can keep your head above water. Balancing study, life, and making rent can mean you pick up
Halfway through a sold-out Australian tour, The Cat Empire filled the Enmore Theatre to the brim with a show that sent fans dancing into the weekend with some help from Sydney’s own Odette. Fresh off her own tour after the release of her debut album To a Stranger, Odette serenaded the audience with her mix of emotive synth-pop and eclectic jazz.
The Eye Creative, Issue 13, September 2018 In the back of a dusty warehouse in Sydney’s inner west, jewellery designer Liz Lau sits with golden afternoon light filling her cosy studio space. Sketches, prints and a fish mirror hang from the walls, and the only giveaway that this was once a toilet block is the
UTSoC, September 2018 From politics to pop culture, Eliza Spencer shares her top podcasts that make the shit show that is 2018 more bearable. It’s a truth universally acknowledged that podcasts are good for the soul. Seemingly overnight, these conversation-based earworms have eclipsed their boppy counterparts in popularity when it comes to preferred method of
Aussie indie rockers Ball Park Music are riding the high of their latest release GOOD MOOD all the way to Splendour and back before hitting the road with San Cisco in September for an Australian tour. We sat down with Ball Park’s Sam Cromack and Jen Boyce to chat Nirvana, politics and keeping one foot in front of the other.
Music Insight, 2018. Image Courtesy of Sydney Opera House/Prudence Upton New York’s queen of indie, Regina Spektor, received a rapturous welcome at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall on Monday night. Debuting her 2016 record Remember Us to Lifeto Australian audiences in her first visit in six years, jetlag didn’t stop the Russian-American singer-songwriter from delivering a
Music Insight, 2018 Aussie roots icon Xavier Rudd is set to release his latest album, Storm Boy, on May 25. Six years since his last solo project, his spiritual, indie-folk sound combines complex multi-instrumentation and an overarching connection between soul, land and spirit. We caught up with the singer-songwriter to chat love, gratitude and Storm Boy before he takes his
UTSoC, 2018 Eliza Spencer recounts her encounters with sunflowers and recovery in a personal reflection on her path through depression and anxiety. Sunflowers follow the trajectory of the sun, moving their heads to soak up the optimum amount of light and converting to energy before the day ends. The scientific term is phototropism, a reminder