Tag: BRISBANE

The Life Of Peder As He Tells It: LIDO Interview

The Life Of Peder As He Tells It: LIDO Interview

| July 18, 2016

Words by Michelle Zhu PEDER Losnegard, better known by his stage name LIDO, is a producer and songwriter from Norway who has worked with some of the biggest names in music right now. He has created beats for Chance the Rapper, A$AP Ferg, Banks and is continuing his ascension into the music scene with respect from […]

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Mr Gaga: A Movement Like No Other…

Mr Gaga: A Movement Like No Other…

| June 30, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish Director: Tomer Heymann Screenplay: Tommer Heymann Cast: Ohad Naharin, Tzofia Naharin, Avi Belleli  Story: Ohad Naharin is one of the most prominent, innovative and productive choreographers in the world. The film follows Naharin between Japan, Holland, Sweden and Israel – through the … TO say this year has been a poor year in […]

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Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

| May 21, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice TW: This article may contain images and/or names of deceased persons. ART Has No Demographic… Retrospectives are inherently something of a double-edged sword in that you are able to appreciate an artist’s change and progression over time, but being in the presence of so many pieces that were only one part of […]

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A Night In The Torture Garden

A Night In The Torture Garden

| May 17, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish WHEN you enter the unknown there is always a sense of caution but when it comes to Hunger beauty editor-at-large Andrew Gallimore and photographer Louie Banks this is not the case… British make-up artist Andrew Gallimore  is no stranger to the beauty world, in 2015 he was assigned the UK make-up artist […]

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Autumn Gig Guide: Brisbane

Autumn Gig Guide: Brisbane

| March 25, 2016

Words by Michelle Zhu 2016 has been amazing so far, and we have only just gotten started. From March to May we will be seeing a whole new roster of diverse and incredible acts from some of our local favourites to some huge international names. Get into gear for another fantastic few months of live […]

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Open Letter To Sufjan Stevens

Open Letter To Sufjan Stevens

| March 11, 2016

Words by Michelle Zhu DEAR Sufjan Stevens, I had just woken up from a deep dream that followed your two-hour set at QPAC in Brisbane. I thought I would wake up like any other morning, accepting of the fact that whatever events had transpired the night before were now a part of my distant past. […]

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The Last Projectionist

The Last Projectionist

| February 22, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  THE digital revolution has many great attributes but sadly a negative has been hitting cinemas, where more and more venues are transferring to digital projection… A great example of film is Quentin Tarintino’s The Hateful Eight which recently toured the country allowing audiences to watch it in 70mm’s, and it really […]

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Learning About The Apothecary

Learning About The Apothecary

| January 22, 2016

Words by Kavita Singh  “IT’S important as a chef, designer, architect, anything creative to create a solution that sits well with the balances of the past and the present”. – Elie Moubarak Sometimes we encounter people or moments that really change our core in a positive way. This is what personally happened when I first […]

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One Stage. No Clashes. Party Together

One Stage. No Clashes. Party Together

| December 25, 2015

Words by Jo McTavish EVERYTHING and everyone goes insane at this time of the year! Christmas (or however you choose to celebrate) is finally here, New Year’s Eve is about to go off (thanks to the triple J Hottest 100) and everybody is keen for twenty sixteen. So why not start the year with a […]

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Little Mountain Studio Launch

Little Mountain Studio Launch

| December 4, 2015

Words by Ryan Grice ALL hope is not lost… And it’s party time!   As an avid supporter and practicer of photography, it saddens me to see the loss of some major players who have had a long-term presence in Brisbane’s photographic sphere. It began with funding cuts and the closure of QCP, The Queensland centre […]

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