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Punk, Iggy Pop, and bringing down the House

Punk, Iggy Pop, and bringing down the House

Iggy Pop may be known as the godfather of punk, but he's returned to Sydney at a time where punk is one of the hardest things to be.

Arts and the budget: ad-hoc approach reflects Coalition's misunderstanding of the sector

Arts and the budget: ad-hoc approach reflects Coalition's misunderstanding of the sector

Despite a boost, this year's budget highlights the fact that the Morrison government lacks vision for our cultural sector.

Sex, power and finding success in the music industry

Sex, power and finding success in the music industry

Music is a hierarchical industry built on relationships. The allegations made against Ryan Adams should be familiar to everyone.

How the internet's champions of free speech control the message

How the internet's champions of free speech control the message

Ginger Gorman chased down Facebook and Twitter for months with questions about online abuse. She got answers, but she can't exactly report them.

Silencing MUP's 'loud voice' was not part of review: publisher

Silencing MUP's 'loud voice' was not part of review: publisher

Adler's personal talent for finding and publishing new and important voices will be missed, say those in the industry.

The face that has divided (and defined) a community

The face that has divided (and defined) a community

If continuing controversy is a metric of success in Australian public art, then this Perth work is a masterpiece.

2018 was meant to be the 'year of publishing women'. How did it go?

2018 was meant to be the 'year of publishing women'. How did it go?

There's been "a slow upward trend towards equality” in the world of publishing. But are we still in need of radical change?

Is there a future for Australian music journalism?

Is there a future for Australian music journalism?

As publishers slash arts sections and shutter whole publications, music writers wonder if anyone is left listening.

Sorry to Bother You lacks subtlety, but that's not a bad thing

Sorry to Bother You lacks subtlety, but that's not a bad thing

This is not an ambiguous comedy about pain and alienation; it’s an unambiguous comedy about pain and alienation.

Chloe Hooper goes inside the beast of Black Saturday

Chloe Hooper goes inside the beast of Black Saturday

The latest account of the Churchill fire complex and the man who started it is lyrical, assiduous and ultimately elusive.