The visuals for Yeezy’s “I Feel Like That” was [unofficially] released this week and if you break it down, it turns the myriad of symptoms surrounding mental health into a bold, unabashed artistic monument. That one of this generation’s most visible artists, let alone a rapper, recorded this track is symbolic of the pathways that have started to open up in the global conversation regarding mental health which many often think of – sadly – as the elephant in the room.Read More
Dean Lewis is a new Australian singer/songwriter on the rise and he’s just released the visuals to his debut single, ‘Waves’.
Listen to his voice once and you’ll want to know what else he has up his sleeves. We definitely do.
Kaytranada’s 99.9% Australia tour is officially sold out – all shows across the country!
And if you didn’t grab a ticket in time, you might still be able to get yourself to the after-party.
Kicks off tonight. Click on for further details.
Sydney artist Justin Sayarath is set to host his debut solo exhibition this Thursday, October
20 at District 01 in Surry Hills.
Entitled “Segreto Bellezza (Secret Beauty)”, Sayarath will present a series of
acrylic/watercolour paintings on love and intimacy.
Succeeding a mix of forward-thinking DJs and live performers for the MLIVE series in previous cities – including Tourist in Paris, Lapalux in London, and Snakehips in Berlin – MLIVE’s debut stop in Sydney, will see some of Australia and the world’s brightest performers, DJs and Majestic Casual-endorsed acts take to the stage on December 2nd.
Read on to find out how to grab tickets because this is going to be a not-to-be-missed event!
Common delivered some spoken word truths this week as part of President Obama’s inaugural ‘South By South Lawn’ festival. The “Glory” rapper also met up with NPR to film the very first White House Tiny Desk Concert where he performed songs that provided important messages to the viewer.
Within this short 20-minute concert, Commons was able to touch grounds on the racial battle Black Americans are still facing, feminism and lastly, a song about his father who had passed away to cancer in 2014.
This is a MUST WATCH.