music April 23, 2022

Artist and noise-musician Marco Fusinato

In representing Australia at this year’s Venice Biennale, musician and artist Marco Fusinato offers a rebuke to nationalism.

music April 23, 2022

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s Omnium Gatherum

After a decade of shapeshifting, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s Omnium Gatherum opens new ground.

music April 9, 2022

Singer–songwriter Charli XCX

The latest album from Charli XCX sees the British pop sensation at her most volatile and poignant.

music April 2, 2022

Band Camp Cope

Melbourne punk trio Camp Cope bring a hard-won sense of perspective to their new album.

theatre March 26, 2022

Singer, performer and advocate Robyn Archer

Robyn Archer might now be best known as one of our great cultural advocates, but as a performer she remains an icon.

music March 12, 2022

Writer, illustrator, musician and composer Matt Ottley

The latest book by the award-winning writer, illustrator, musician and composer Matt Ottley is a stunning exploration of mental illness.

music March 5, 2022

Musician and author Eliza Hull

When she had her daughter, musician Eliza Hull couldn’t find any books about parenting with disability – so she created her own.

music February 26, 2022

The music of Euphoria

The television series Euphoria reinvents the classic teen soundtrack for the 2020s.

music February 19, 2022

Musician Cate Le Bon

As her latest album Pompeii demonstrates, Welsh post-punk musician Cate Le Bon finds wit in even the darkest places.

music January 29, 2022

Mitski’s Laurel Hell

Mitski’s latest album, Laurel Hell, is her darkest yet – and one of her most beautiful.

music January 8, 2022

How student radio offers an alternative to the familiar

Listening to student radio reconnects audiences with the power of niche obsessions.