VOYEURS: Future Music Festival Sydney

If you want to see photos of throbbing-heart Drake, bona fide bad-asses Die Antwoord, Australia's favourites Darude, Trumpet, Carnage and Timmy, Hilltop Hoods and muuuuch more, then you're in the right place

If robot nurses could look like anyone...

This week we dipped our toe into the often murky waters of artificial intelligence. We discussed the totally legitimate reality of robots taking our jerbs, and reported on Japan's robot age-care nurses: the ones that look exactly like Baymax from Big Hiro 6.

VOYEURS : Mountain Sounds Festival

With Aus legends Alison Wonderland, DZ Deathrays, Tkay Maidza, Deep Sea Arcade, The Griswolds, The Jungle Giants, Pepa Knight, Kilter, East and sewwwww much more, the day's soggy weather had no chance of holding back these high-quality vibes.

VOYEURS: Melbourne Laneway Festival

We peeked up at musical wizards FKA Twigs and Mac Demarco, bounced around with Ratking and Vic Mensa, and cooled down to Caribou, Little Dragon and BANKS. We feel a little bit sorry for you if you didn

#ChangePorn With Erika Lust

Presenting at TEDx Vienna, filmmaker Erika Lust opens her speech describing a scenario from a pornographic film: a blonde woman in a ‘skintight dress’ with ‘watermelon breasts’ is giving a well-endowed man a blowjob. He cums all over her face and she smiles. Why?

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12 Point Guide: University

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Hannah Hawkins ~ March 6th, 2015

Culture

The freshly enrolled undergrad with nothing but years of education and tinned spaghetti in front of them has much to learn about the inescapable omnipotent presence called university. And Hannah Hawkins, having survived the phenomenon herself, is here to help.

VOX POP: What’s Your Most Embarrassing ‘First Week Moment’ At Uni?

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Cormack O'Connor ~ March 6th, 2015

Culture

Ahhh firsts; excitement bubbles, expectations are built and then when it happens... it usually all goes to shit. This week was the first week back on campus for RMIT. We headed down to find out just exactly how the first week back went (spoiler: it did not go according to plan).

The Art Of Adult Friendmaking

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Emma Marie Jones ~ March 6th, 2015

Culture

Leaving your friends and family behind and moving to a new city where you know absolutely no one sucks. On top of that, making new besties isn't as simple as co-owning a pair of matching heart shaped dolphin necklaces writes Emma-Marie Jones.

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Stimulating The Flight Path

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Ella Stening ~ March 6th, 2015

Culture

Want to turn away from in flight entertainment and read something relevant to your travel experience? Well here's a list of novels we've hand picked to compliment the kind of adventure you're embarking on.

High Maintenance’s Lofty Heights

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Garry Westmore ~ March 5th, 2015

Film+TV

Creative couple Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld are responsible for the 'greatest show not on TV', and possibly for changing the online series landscape. But as Garry Westmore found out, they're just kinda keeping it real.

APOM Is Going The Distance This Season

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Katy Hall ~ March 5th, 2015

Fashion

Cartoon archaeology meets hyper colour architecture in APOM's latest winter collection, Way Back When.

Catching Klo And The Last Days Of Summer

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Katy Hall ~ March 5th, 2015

Music

On a hot afternoon a few weeks back, SPOOK caught up with Melbourne's most buzzed about duo, Klo to talk family ties, making music and to slurp icy poles.

Stephen Malkmus On Life With The Jicks

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Garry Westmore ~ March 4th, 2015

Music

Ahead of his show with The Jicks at this year's Golden Plains Music Festival, Stephen Malkmus talks excessive writing and leaving Pavement behind.

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