CONSTANTLY fretting about what to whip up for lunch or what to bring to that potluck dinner? Lunnie Gan reviews Cooked: Food For Friends, a new cook book for students to experiment with new dishes.
JAPANESE pop icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu will perform in Sydney and Melbourne this June! Clara Ng has the details on how what you can expect and where to secure tickets.
JOIN local and international artists at the Free to Be concert in St Kilda and support a great cause! Trinh Le brings you all the details of what you can expect on the night.
VIDEO has not killed the radio star! Music videos are still relevant today as evidenced by the bold short films and stories that are now being told about LGBTIQ people and their issues. Natalie Ng examines the significance of the modern music video.
Marginalised by gender inequality and sexual dysfunction, women are often forced to repress their own sexuality and desires. Here’s a list of sexually motivational songs exploring female sexuality and empowerment to listen to this SEXtember.
EVERY year since 2007, the Indonesian Student Association of Australia’s (PPIA) Monash University branch bring a batch of popular Indonesian musicians to perform in Melbourne. Dea Putra attended the event and shares her highlights of Soundsekerta 2015.
WE had barely scratched the surface after talking to author C.S. Pacat for SEXtember. Natalie Ng has the the second part of her interview with the Captive Prince author who talks about her five years living in Japan, fan fiction and her upcoming projects.
AUSTRALIAN musician Gabriel Lynch turned his passion for music into a successful career by taking his talent to Southeast Asia. Daniel Driscoll chats to the singer-songwriter who reveals his inspiring story of success.
FAR from being just another epic fantasy series of warring kingdoms and political intrigue, the Captive Prince books has captured the hearts of fans worldwide for its intense representation of queer relationships. Natalie Ng caught up with series’ author C.S. Pacat to discuss her process in crafting LGBTQ fiction and the need for diverse representation of LGBTQ characters and stories.
K-POP juggernauts BIGBANG will be bringing their highly-acclaimed and explosive MADE 2015 WORLD TOUR to Melbourne and Sydney for one night only in each city. Natalie Ng has the details on how you can purchase tickets to their Aussie shows.
AFTER organisers of Eurovision invited Australia to participate in the contest for the first time, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Lysenko Daria, Xuanming Zhou, Adelheid Shao looked into the rumours of China’s potential involvement in the contest some day.
IF you’re in a band or going solo and you’re ready to play to a live audience, just where do you go to gain that valuable experience? Daniel Driscoll lets you in on where you can test that new material and get a feel for playing in front of people.