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Reviews
The story behind Frankenstein: A Review of Not All A Dream

Although the season is finished— having sold out many of its shows— we should look to Brushstroke Productions and its wonderfully talented youth in the artistic year to come.

Film review: Thelma

While this evocative Norweigan art-house could have ended 20 minutes earlier, it sets a high bar for upcoming horror films this year

Film review: The Shape of Water

This fairytale-type film does seem amazingly unique in its tone and feel, but not in the actual story or selection of characters

Film review: Three Summers

Ben Elton is one of the finest talents living in Western Australia, as he’s done quite a lot in the writing scene. From the last 3 seasons the TV show [ … ]

About

The Colosoul Group Inc is a not-for-profit media and arts organisation with a 150-strong team of volunteers primarily based in Perth. Colosoul collaborates with others across Australia and internationally to produce a diverse range of publications, events, design and film projects which are created by and for our youth.

Music
J’adore le chat

Listening to Black Magic simply made me realise that I didn’t even know how to say hello in even one of my country’s many native tongue(s).

Blissing Me: A Review

Whether you’re a Björk fan or not, you can’t deny that even at her 10th album she continues to push the boundaries of her listeners’ expectations and expand the folktronica scene.

WAMFest full program revealed

This just in from the folks over at WAMFest… “The award-winning and record-breaking WAMFest presented by Drug Aware lands this week, bigger and bolder than ever. With nearly 15,000 people attending last year, it’s looking [ … ]

Friday WAMfest: 90+ new acts

This just in from WAM: “Just when you thought WAMFest presented by Drug Aware couldn’t get any bigger, along comes the biggest ever Live Friday Showcases program… Introducing another 90+ acts joining the festivities, [ … ]

Environment
Triumph of the land

The historic battle of Indigenous Australians in defence of the sacred rock comes to an end. After 32 years of fighting the Anangu community have managed to ban the climbing of Uluru.

Coral Crisis: New research indicates mass coral bleaching in the Pacific

By RAPHAEL KIYANI TARA Expeditions are a French non-profit research team that aim to study and uncover how a shifting climate is altering the ecological condition of our oceans. They’ve campaigned [ … ]

Stop Adani: Interview with a campaigner

More on the largest mine project in Australia. 

The Decline of Biodiversity in Australia: We Want No More Extinction

The Ecological Society of Australia announced their dismay with the latest State of the Environment report: Australia’s biodiversity is continuing to decline.

Wordplay
Artist Interview: Fraksha

“I’m not a big artist or nothing – this shit has never paid well, but I knew that was going be the case when I decided to go down the route I’d done.”

Classic Ill by Downsyde: A Review

“In the interest of leaving something for listeners to unravel themselves, I won’t go into too much detail on each track.”

Wordplay: Downsyde

Downsyde showed that WA’s first major rap success still had what it took to throw a solid show more than 15 years since their initial success and 20 years since they started.

Wordplay: Trooth & Rush interview

At the end of the day we’re not trying to make internationally renowned rappers, were just trying to teach these kids these life skills.