Our Finest Diplomats: Client Liaison at Academy

It’s hard to know where to start when describing Melbourne-borne Client Liaison. Would you begin with their aesthetic, pulled straight from a bad fashion magazine in the 1980s? Read the rest

Review: The Byzantines and The Montreals

The Byzantines Transit Bar: Friday 3 March 2017 Transit Bar became the unofficial South Australian embassy on Thursday night, as Adelaide collectives The Montreals and The Byzantines bounded into Akuna Street. Read the rest

Process by Sampha – Young Turks Records, 2017

Sampha, Process, Album Cover The rising tide of alternative R&B has brought up with it many boats. Recent years have seen the likes of the Weeknd and Frank Ocean ride the wave of this moody subgenre, but 2017 seems to be the year that London’s Sampha floats highest. Read the rest

Review: Laneway 2017

The Laneway Festival in Sydney provides a brief island of bliss for students looking to forget about the impending resumption of the university year and instead focus on life’s real pleasures: sweating in mosh pits, cold alcoholic beverages and some very excellent live music. Read the rest

The People’s Preezydent: Dissecting Kanye’s White House, One Verse at a Time

It’s almost a pity that Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20 went by with little controversy. There are many ways to imagine how it all could have gone horribly wrong – from a violent protest getting out of hand, to Trump changing the presidential oath in favour of a passage of Mein Kampf. Read the rest

Cream Festival: A Review

A walk along Lake Burley Griffin near the end of winter can be quite a dismal affair: the deciduous trees sit naked and quivering in the cold air, and a nasty wind picks up small waves along the water’s edge. Read the rest

NUTS Presents “Death and the Maiden” – An Interview with the Director

At the opening of NUTS’ anticipated production of Death and the Maiden, Woroni had the chance to pick the mind of director, Sammy Moynihan. Read the rest

Live Music, And What We Owe It Today

“Thank you, thank you, thank you, you’re far too kind,” Jay Z chuckles in the opening lines of his track ‘Encore’, “but this is your song, not mine.” In this, the mogul actually encapsulates quite nicely the relation between an artist and their audience. Read the rest