A short history of art - From Masaccio to Rhianna.
I was about ten years old when I discovered that not every household played The Beatles and ABBA Gold on a regular basis. In fact, most families I knew didn’t.
“Now we’re all just drifting in a sea of mediocrity and disproportionate amounts of money relative to talent. I mean, Jay Z and Beyoncé – do you really think people
One from deep in the archives… 1956 to be exact!*
In this entertaining AND educational documentary below, RCA Victor demonstrates how vinyl records were made using step by step examples of the production process. Starting with a live recording being taped, we then see a master being made, duplication of the master, a mold, and duplication of the mold ready for mass production of the latest audio masterpiece…
We’ve got a new art crush and it’s the ridiculously hilarious work of Justin Hager that’s won our hearts.
Combining comical illustrations of different celebrities with witty wordplay, Justin has created an ongoing body of work that will have you LOLing and wishing you’d thought of it first.
Check out a bunch of our faves below and subscribe to Justin’s various social channels for the full picture/s.
Ooh, Fwends!… Fwends! Football Flaming Lips Fwends!
Now before we get into what this post is actually all about, we couldn’t help sneaking in a totally unrelated although totally necessary Inbetweeners reference, especially after watching the trailer for the upcoming new film, which looks all kinds of amazing… “If anyone plays the bongos I’m leaving”
It was only yesterday we were getting excited by the Danny Brown guest spot on the latest Rustie single, and now news of a collaboration with The Avalanches has surfaced after DB chatted to triple j whilst in town for Splendour In The Grass.
‘George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed By Beetles’
Has there ever been a better case of irony?
UK rockers and one of THE hottest bands in the world right now Royal Blood rocked ‘n’ rolled their way through town recently, playing a couple of intimate shows and giving a handful of lucky Australians a taste of what all the fuss is about.