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the drones


By On September 14, 2013

I conduct interviews for Spit in between fulltime freelance writing, piano teaching and trying to hold my life together  – which often proves difficult for someone like me – so as much… Read More

the holidays


By On September 13, 2013

It’s been a long while since we’ve heard from Sydney outfit, The Holidays, but with a new album on the way and a single launch tour commencing next week, they’re pretty excited… Read More

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The Love Junkies: When chaos ensues

By On April 8, 2013

Like all good friends, Perth boys The Love Junkies met at high school. They started jamming together towards the end of 2009 but in the last six months, as lead singer Mitch… Read More

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Birds of Tokyo: On sweet food and sonic landscapes

By On March 7, 2013

They’re a household name but that certainly doesn’t mean Perth lads BIRDS OF TOKYO are in any way predictable. Last week, the guys released their forth studio album – MARCH FIRES –… Read More

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The Soda Factory: Sydney’s newest late night venue

By On February 24, 2013

With 1950’s inspired cocktails, a gourmet hotdog menu and a closing time of 5am on weekends, Surry Hills’ newest watering hole is giving us something a little different and providing hope that… Read More


Frankie’s Pizza: Short and sweet

By On February 8, 2013

I know, I know…EVERYONE is talking about Frankie’s Pizza. It’s true, I am now a regular. Here’s five simple reasons why, sooner or later, you’ll probably become a regular at this buzz… Read More

Head Spaces

Tunes, babes and booze: Speed dating ‘Dear Pluto’ style

By On February 3, 2013

We all know by now that when it comes to vintage threads, Dear Pluto is where it’s at. BUT now, the lovely lady behind all the frocks – Emma Daniels – is… Read More


Humans of New York: Celebrating the New York Community

By On December 18, 2012

This week, I’m exploring New York. If Sydney is stimulating, New York is absolutely overwhelming – but in a good way, of course. I can’t possibly tell you about all the amazing… Read More

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Head Spaces

WeWood: One watch, one tree, one planet.

By On December 10, 2012

A few weeks ago, we gave away a pair of Proof sunglasses. Now, thanks to Branched – the company that brought us Proof – you could win the perfect Christmas gift for… Read More

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The Land of Fig: A guide to embroidery

By On December 4, 2012

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about presents for your nearest and dearest, and we all know there is nothing better than a handmade gift. Nicole Figueroa… Read More


The Surry Hills Festival: The creator’s guide

By On October 16, 2012

There’s no doubting the fact that this year’s Surry Hills Festival will be a cracker. The suburb known for its myriad of cafes, bars and vintage stores is also renowned for having… Read More

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Veggie Patch Van: Bringing quality vegetarian food to a street near you!

By On September 26, 2012

When I was younger, I thought the ice cream man was the coolest guy around (I also thought that when he played music it meant he had run out of ice cream…nice… Read More

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The Rubens: Ambitious (and modest) dudes

By On September 21, 2012

Sam Margin, lead singer of Sydney blues rock outfit The Rubens, insists with such modesty that the 60:40 girl to guy ratio of fans at his band’s gigs has nothing to do… Read More