This is a unique concept that has been popping up all over the world and will be launched for the first time in Australia TODAY.
At 12pm, Melbourne will be opening up a space to the disenfranchised community, raising money for those in need. They’ll be able to help themselves and choose exactly what they like and need.
Melbourne’s Street Store will be in Federation Square and will feature the store along with free bottled water, guest DJs, Mr Burger vouchers, and barber grooming services.Read More
Up until a few weeks ago, I didn’t even know who Adelaide-based, eccentric producer Oisima was, but after seeing him live at Melbourne Music Week, all of that has changed.
Oisima has spent the majority of 2014 working on his debut album, ‘Nicaragua Nights’, and after signing with Create/Control records, he has released the single ‘Sun Of Truth‘, which features the astonishing vocals of Mei Sarasati.Read More
Last night, while scrolling through my Twitter feed, I was attracted to the news that Red Bull were going to be releasing a free download of D’Angelo’s new single the following evening for their new campaign #20Before15. I immediately clicked retweet and signed up for the mailing list to be one of thousands to hear the new tune.
Now, you can too. Click through for an exclusive listen of D’Angelo’s new single.Read More
Surprise! Queen Bey dropped another new video, but this time it’s a documentary and it’s a retrospective short film celebrating the first anniversary of her self-titled debut visual album, BEYONCÉ.
Can you believe it’s been a year since BEYONCÉ #broketheinternet with that record?Read More
Recently on a night out to dinner with my girlfriends, a nearby elderly couple were having dinner and enjoying each other’s company – not constantly looking at their phones. It was such a refreshing sight to see in amongst all the other tables where at least one person had their phone out.
Isn’t it sad that smartphones have taken over our (social) lives?
London-based photographer Babycakes Romero definitely thinks so.
The timing could not have been better for John Legend and Common to release their new single, ‘Glory’.
Recorded exclusively for new movie, ‘Selma’, the film centers on the Martin Luther King Jr.-led civil rights marches that went down in 1965.
‘Glory’ is definitely an uplifting contribution to not only the movie itself, but also everything that is going on in the world right now.