New Rufus Wainwright single: Out of the Game

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By Zolton in New Music on Friday 2 March 2012

This is the first single from Rufus Wainright’s new Mark Ronson-produced album, Out Of The Game. It’s his seventh studio album and comes after a dramatic few years which saw the birth of his daughter, Viva; the death of his mother, singer/songwriter Kate McGarrigle; and his engagement to partner Jorn Weisbrodt. [click here to hear the new single]

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Rufus Wainwright’s Zebulon

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By Zolton in Video on Wednesday 14 April 2010

The mighty Rufus Wainwright is back, with a new album and another set of masterful tunes. All Days Are Nights: Songs For Lulu was written and produced by Wainwright with two songs produced and one co-produced by Pierre Marchand, who also mixed the album. The recording of All Days Are Nights: Songs For Lulu was […]

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Rufus Wainwright’s brooding This Love Affair

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By Zolton in Video on Tuesday 16 June 2009

When I first moved to New York in 2006, I lived in a shared loft space in Williamsburg with four others. It was quite an introduction to inner-city living, especially given that I’d literally shifted across from the beaches and sunshine of Bondi, Sydney. As such, it was a dizzying period, full of discovery. Rufus […]

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Jürgen Teller for Marc Jacobs

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By Ari Stein in New Fashion on Friday 29 May 2009

Ten years of German photographer Jürgen Teller’s candid, glamorous photo campaigns for Marc Jacobs’ men’s and women’s collections have been collated into one cohesive 576-page fashion bible. This book does an excellent job of detailing just how significant this collaboration has been for fashion, featuring appearances from the likes of Sofia Coppola, Charlotte Rampling, Meg White, Thurston Moore, Rufus Wainwright, William Eggleston, and Winona Ryder.

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Rufus Wainwright live in Sydney

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By Zolton in New Events on Saturday 23 February 2008

Wandering songsmith Rufus Wainwright played some shows in Sydney recently, and Laura Parker was there to capture him in all his theatrical glory.

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