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What Happened at Field Day 2015?

After all my social spamming, you should already be aware where I was on on the first day of 2015 – but for those of you who have been living under a rock, I managed to make my way through 30+ degree weather to spend the day at Sydney’s The Domain for FIELD DAY.

Yessir. Peep the above photo to read about what went down.

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Michael Duchesne is Making His Mark in Australian Soul Music

Michael Duchesne is set to make his mark in Australian soul music once he launches his EP, Take Me, this Thursday in Sydney.
Duchesne believes music should transport listeners deep into the work of art and take them on a journey, which is precisely what his music and rich vocals effortlessly does.
If you’re ready to join Duchesne on this journey, check out our exclusive interview with him and make sure you head down to 505 (280 Cleveland St, Surry Hills) this Thursday at 6pm.
The perfect itinerary for your Thursday evening.

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Product Review: Crumpler’s Spinning Vortex Kit Bag

Crumpler’s latest collection ‘Spinning Vortex’ celebrates the art of spontaneous living!
However you move, whatever you want to do or fill that bag up with, Go. For. It.

One thing’s for sure: the Crumpler Spinning Vortex collection is a new range of functional bags that helps you be as active or lethargic as you like. It’s all up to you.

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Joe Kay: Australian Tour

Super-duper last minute tour news from me, but honestly, I’ve been waiting from my sources for the OK to actually post this. So here it is: Melbourne’s The Operatives are bringing down Soulection’s co-founder Joe Kay for a weekend of shows in Australia – starting this Thursday!! Get onto it!!

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Wayfarer//: Night Games

I love artists that have a sense of mystery to them as it always leaves me wanting to know more or hear what else they have hidden up their sleeves. One artist that comes to mind that fits this description is Melbourne beatmaker, Wayfarer//.

And his new single, Night Games, sees him collaborating with Sydney soul singer Donna Arendse from The Septembers (A duo that I absolutely love!), resulting in sultry and soulful vocals over a smooth experimentation of beats.

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Event Review: Bloggers Dinner hosted by Mr Scruff’s

Mr Scruff’s could be described as many things: a bar, a beer garden, an option for a meal, an art gallery or just a nice spot to hang with your mates.

So how do Mr Scruff’s see themselves? As an immobolised food truck.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of years, food trucks are all the rage – all over the world – but it’s only really started to effect in Australia within the last year or so.

Mr Scruff’s has decided to turn the food truck on its head, by staying put in one location but offering the same great experience of casual dining where locals can often be found enjoying a drink in one hand and having a bite to eat with the other.

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Nike x Liberty London: 2014 Holiday Collection

Nike and Liberty London are taking innovation to new heights with their 10th collection together, delivering a blooming effect of introducing a custom print to the mix.

Featured on some of Nike’s contemporary and heritage footwear silhouettes and a capsule apparel collection, this is sure to be a collection that will have you rushing online on December 1st.

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Record Review: Jessie Ware – Tough Love

Last Friday saw the official Australian release of Jessie Ware’s much anticipated sophomore record, Tough Love.

Lucky for The 5 to 9 Life, we received an advanced copy of the record and if you’re wondering if the Tough Love is worth the purchase, we suggest hitting the link below to read our review.

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