A powerful photograph of an emotional embrace between a young Gorilla and the Ape Action Africa worker who saved her from poachers has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year … Read more
Well, it’s that time of year again. The summer is wrapping up, and if you’re anything like me, you’re probably sitting restlessly in your office thinking about where you’re headed … Read more
With a price tag that would cause even the wealthiest music executives to wince, the aptly named ‘Utopia‘ headphones, engineered by French audio company, Focal, have certainly made a name … Read more
For Adelaide based artist Joshua Smith, bigger does not mean better. In fact, as a sculptor of miniature cityscapes, it’s the little things that matter most.
Unlike most musicians, a vocalist’s instrument is completely hidden from view, so the inner workings of an opera singer’s organs have remained relatively mysterious, until now.
When Joseph Stalin died in 1953, a record of banned and exiled Russian pianist Maria Yudina performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 was found on his record player.
Sons of the East are an Aussie indie-folk band whose prolific songwriting and dynamic performances have captivated audiences around the world.
On paper, folk, funk, and rap are three genres that an acoustic trio would have trouble fusing, yet Fémina is an Argentinian acoustic trio who elegantly incorporate all three and … Read more
The Lost At E Minor team has moved into a brand new rooftop office, and to break in our new space, Rekorderlig and a few of our other friends came … Read more
Breadwoman is the utterly fascinating brainchild of performance artist and vocalist Anna Homler. More than just a stage name, Breadwoman is an entire character, an alternate poetic persona born from … Read more