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A Complete Breakdown Of Our All-Time Favourite 'MTV Stripped' Performances To Get You Through Isolation
To keep that isolated mind of yours ticking over, we’re running through some of our favourite performances that we’ve seen since Stripped has been up and running – from our first bare-bones gig with Six60 all the way to our most recent session with Conan Gray. Enjoy.
42 years on, we sit down with the 78ers to discuss activism, adversity, and where we go from here.
Sydney’s biggest event in the cultural calendar attracts people from all walks of life – some rock up to mark how far we’ve come; others to witness the spectacle; most, though, to party.
For someone so divisive, Taylor’s list of sins is pretty short.
... if only I’d have had the good sense to listen.
Spike up your hair, don those (purely decorative) sweatbands and grab your low-rise jean shorts cause The Offspring and Sum 41 – the sartorial kings of ‘90s and ‘00s pop punk – are heading down under for a big ol’ throwback tour.
All of us go to some lengths to put out the best version of ourselves online. And why wouldn’t we? The people who get ahead online are the ones who know this and perform accordingly, and that’s okay.
But it would be remiss of us not to acknowledge a fundamental truth: that all this access, this peeking under the covers of each others’ supposed lives, paves the way for a shitload of comparison.
Forget cherry blossom motifs, Asia’s cultural principles are influencing modern bathroom designs in far deeper ways. More than ever, designers are looking to the Eastern values of simplicity, balance and connection to nature to create calming retreats in our homes, just when we need it most.
No film gets under the skin quite like 'Spirited Away', a Japanese anime where gluttonous parents turn into pigs, evil witches run bathhouses, and the sinister No Face devours unsuspecting frogs. It’s stunning, terrifying, and kind of uncomfortable to watch, and that’s what makes it so interesting.