Posted by kluster on June 27, 2011
A beautful little film by Adam Murfet & Jessie Oldfield for Melbourne-based label above. Jump one, jump two...
Posted by Audrey Lee on July 27, 2010
All you Melburnians, listen up and listen good! For the first time ever, the creative cats behind Finders Keepers will be hitting Melbourne this Spring/Summer. Combining elements of design, art and fashion into 150 talented stallholders, this heralds their biggest market yet. What’s more, entry is free and open to all. So say yes to this bit of local lovin’.
Melbourne’s Finders Keepers markets will touch down on October 9 & 10 at Shed4, Docklands. Interested stallholders can apply online until August 27 via the Finders Keepers site.
Posted by Audrey Lee on July 6, 2010
Yes kids, Young Heretics are back with a whimsically theatrical new video for ‘Risk/Loss’, the first single off their debut album We Are the Lost Loves. The video tracks the duo as they venture through Melbourne’s laneways, float over building tops and dine amidst floating silver ticker-tape. The video is the brainchild of director James Lawler and producer Nick Grimsdale of Doomsday Films.
Young Heretics are hitting the road on a national album launch tour, kicking off in Sydney next week.
Saturday 10th July - Spectrum, Sydney, NSW
Friday 16th July - Beach Hotel, Byron Bay, NSW
Saturday 17th July - The Troubadour, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 23rd July - Jive, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 24th July - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 29the July - Prince of Wales, Bunbury, WA
Friday 30th July - Norfolk Basement, Fremantle WA
Saturday 31st July - Amplifier, Perth WA
Sunday 1st August - Indi Bar, Scarborough WA
Posted by Miss Kat Jade on July 4, 2010
On a recent trip to Melbourne this Kluster writer happily indulged in a meal at the Good Food Guide hatted restaurant (two to be exact), Cutler and Co.
Located in the bohemian suburb of Fitzroy, Cutler and Co's dining room combines comfort with familiarity and understated sophistication. Inside the long, gently lit room a semi-open wine store holds more than 1300 bottles. Considering the breadth of their selection it stands to reason that the role of sommelier at Cutler & Co would be filled by an individual who is suitably confident across a range of vino. The aforementioned individual, Sally Humble, was appropriately knowledgeable and accommodating in helping us choose a bottle of Alsace Riesling to accompany our eight course Chef's degustation.
The combination of flavours was generally quite traditional (think: duck with plum), it is the execution that makes this dining experience exciting. Executive chef Andrew McConnell combines high-quality produce to create a multitude of textures in his dishes. Layering taste-upon-taste to create a range of delicately balanced dishes. More...
Posted by Alex Barber on July 2, 2010
Emerging Melbourne artist, Nadine Mannering exhibits her first solo show at Off the Kerb Gallery and Studios from Friday, 2 July. Mask Of Sanity – Portrait of the Female Killer delves into psyche of female serial killers, an unexpected but fascinating theme for the artist.
Opening night kicks off tonight at 6.30 pm and the exhibition runs until July 23. Stop watching Dexter reruns and check it out.
Posted by Danni Le Toullec on December 2, 2009
This creative design duo of Clea Garrick and Nathan Price come dripping with praise from local and international fans. Limedrop has come a long way in four short years. From humble beginnings in the tropical Northern Territory, the couple share a love for bold designs that are infused with whimsical themes.
Limedrop recently opened their pop-up shop in Melbourne's GPO. The shop is character in itself, with a worldly themed interior by Moth Design.
Limedrop are generously offering three necklaces from their playful jewellery line - a big eyed owl, a feline fox and a curious cat.
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Posted by Danni Le Toullec on November 4, 2009
Are you an unsigned artist/band living in Melbourne’s western suburbs? Well, put down your guitar and step away from the microphone because this is one opportunity you don’t want to miss!
The popular Laneway Festival has joined forces with Footscray Community Arts Centre to bring you ‘The Very West’. Musicians will perform for a panel of judges and the winner(s) will score the ultimate foot in the door by performing at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival in Sydney in January 2010.
Applications open Tuesday 27 October and close at 5pm on Friday 27 November, 2009.