The Importance of Australia’s construction industry

New statistics show the importance of the $1.5 billion skilling fund for Australia’s construction industry, estimated to support 300,000 workers primarily with traineeships and apprenticeships

The ideology behind child marriage in Iraq

As a proposal to reduce the age of marriage from 18 to nine years old moves forward in parliament, a breakdown of Iraq’s current social and political climate is needed.

Hurricane Maria & Puerto Rico’s lack of representation

The domestic economy of Puerto Rico is firmly dependent to that of the US, removing self-determination, initiative and fortune.

Deconstructing the chaos in Catalonia

Why has the Catalan Independence referendum in Spain garnered such passionately strong support, opposition and controversy and why has it been marred with brutality?

Social issues
Surrogacy: The modern debate

We look into the multi-faceted world of surrogacy and the stigmas surrounding it.

International Women’s Day @ Colosoul Group Inc.

The collaboration of women from multiple backgrounds, societal classes and situations outlined how the big female movers we’ve seen before us have too started from small beginnings, overcoming challenges that became instrumental in shaping a society that was reluctant to change. 

Film Review: Cargo

It’s “The Walking Dead” with Aussie-related symbolism.

Film Review: Upgrade

Despite its predictable and generic nature, Director Leigh Whannel brings some intrigue with this new Australian Sci-Fi Horror Revenge flick.

Film review: Tully

“Your twenties are great, but then your thirties come around the corner like a garbage truck at 5 a.m.”

Film Review: Ready Player One

“It’s mainly for someone who loves retro games and classic nostalgic films, but it can also be something for the whole family to enjoy. It will definitely be a box office favourite with the various references thrown across the screen.”


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Sevsons Release New Single!

West Sydney alt-rock band Sevsons have become a noteworthy talent in the local alt-rock community through their ability to produce thoughtful lyrics and enchanting melodies in their songs and their new single ‘Evolution’ is no different.

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 [ … ]

360 Live @ The Astor Theatre

360’s live show is an entire body experience. Playing songs that even I knew, such as Boys Like You, by the end there were songs which I found to enjoy which are on my playlist today, such as I’m Sorry and Tiny Angel, through sheer interest of lyrical content. For me, 360’s story is relatable and inspiring. 360 has a chat with the crowd about his battle with drugs and mentions he is 3 years clean. By this stage, I’m won.

Q&A with Thundamentals

“Poncho is my MFing boy – and it’s a tragedy that he isn’t around day to day with me anymore.”

Gig review: SETH SENTRY at the Rosemount Hotel, 29/12/2017

“The crowd seems to be dripping with anticipation.”

Fidelity Fest: a Wordplay review

Fidelity Festival was a well baked celebration with so much to share. From beginning to end, once I got a taste of Fidelity on my plate, there was no questioning [ … ]