Want to help Nike bring in ‘Air Max Day’ in the best possible way?
Tonight, Nike will be celebrating with a special selection of sneaker-loving individuals (get on the Waitlist NOW!) from 10:30pm-midnight to experience a unique exhibition showcasing the history of the Air Max.
Click on the above picture for all the details.
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Are you often travelling back in time via your music library?
I definitely am; particularly when I’m going through different moods and time shifts looking for those classic beats and sounds. But to be completely honest, that’s also due to the mere fact that there’s nothing great to listen to on mainstream radio these days.
If you’re a time-traveler of music too, you might want to check out Hot Dub Time Machine on his Australian tour set to kick off in May/June.Read More
The Sydney Morning Herald’s ‘Spectrum Now’ festival by ANZ is a new festival dedicated to bringing the broad-ranging, vibrant cultural & artistic life of Sydney to the streets.
This Friday, PLAY BAR x Funkt Creative x Behind The Front invite you within the realms of their secret world to PLAY.
Are you up for it?Read More
Lupa J is definitely an artist worth noticing.
The 17-year-old Sydney artist is mature beyond her years proven by her musical experience and her songwriting capabilities.
Listen to her new single ‘Waiting For Her’ and you’ll understand why.Read More
Our second event of (last) Tuesday evening took place at the Art Gallery of New South Wales where we were lucky enough to witness some of Australia’s most established fashion designers, as well as the brightest emerging talent the country has to offer – all on one runway!
Are you ready?
Photography by Paula Mijares.Read More
Last Tuesday evening, The 5 to 9 Life was invited to two events in two Sydney venues across town from each other!
Whilst at times I wish I could be in two places at once, I knew that it was an impossible task so we sent our writer Claire Benito to the Dew Process Label Party to review an incredible line-up of acts at the Oxford Art Factory.
Photography by Luke Latty.Read More