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G Flip: “There’s no difference between G Flip and Georgia Flipo. They are literally the same person”

In the age of COVID-19, artists are being asked to share more than ever. G Flip is happy to let people in on the intricacies of her life – but sometimes, there are consequences

Doing the right thing: Spike Lee’s 10 best films

From award-winning biopics to biting sociopolitical thrillers

“The perfect marriage”: how Iggy Pop and David Bowie’s Berlin era shaped the new wave of post-punk

The fruitful friendship gave us two classic albums, 'The Idiot' and 'Lust For Life', which still inspire bands such as Shame and The Murder Capital

Skate or die! A brief history of the skateboard in video games

Earlier this month, news that the first two ‘Tony Hawk's’ games were to be redux and remastered almost knocked the world off its axis. This is why they matter so much

What’s new next month? Here are 10 Australian album picks for June 2020

This month brings exciting new records from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, e4444e, Gordi and more

Melbourne indie artist Nat Vazer wants the hard questions and “absolute truth”

The singer-songwriter talks her debut album ‘Is This Offensive And Loud?’, the importance of representation and her journey to "live the most artful life I can"

We should be at Cannes right now – so here’s 10 of the film festival’s greatest ever movies

While 2020's event may be off, there's plenty to keep us busy from past years

Is our obsession with video game remakes hurting the potential for new ideas?

This last week alone, we heard of the remakes for ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’ and the ‘Mafia Trilogy’. But rather than finding new ways to reinterpret the past, developers should turn to face the future

Binge whine: the day I suffered through every top 10 title on Netflix Australia

What happened when I left my fate to the algorithm and spent a single day watching all the titles – every. Single. One – in Netflix Australia's top 10 list

Donny Benét: “I’m not interested in carbon-copy pastiches of ’80s music”

He’s a glistening, unabashedly romantic human disco ball. But there’s more to this cult Sydney artist than pink suits, pungent cologne and ’80s worship
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