September 8, 2016 // Warning signs that Convenience Corp have a fairly tight grip.
September 5, 2016 // Thunderbolt City, Ceres and Japanese Breakfast.
August 22, 2016 // Peabody, Arakoon and temporary happiness.
August 9, 2016 // "The online Census form can handle 1,000,000 form submissions every hour."
July 26, 2016 // Trust Punks secret show in Marrickville, At The Drive-In reunion and all that could exist in-between.
July 14, 2016 // Everything is an item, items are defined by their attributes.
July 1, 2016 // Car Seat Headrest, The Hotelier, PUP, Modern Baseball, Wireheads and Trust Punks.
June 23, 2016 // Eddie McGuire is a terrible human being, part 2.
June 22, 2016 // Turnbull: "In an ideal world, every Australian would have private health insurance. That would be the best, that would be the best outcome"
June 21, 2016 // How to make the Magnetic Fields more enjoyable. Kind of.
June 20, 2016 // February 2006 — April 2011. -33.893520, 151.164239
May 17, 2016 // New one-off podcast with Bong YZA and Danny Bang, featuring an uncut chat about Drake's new album 'Views', as well as Freddie Foxxx, Albion Park McDonalds and Jerry Seinfeld threesomes.
May 16, 2016 // Take photos of your Dads and bands and burnt out cars.
May 13, 2016 // Camp Cope, Drake and Frankie Cosmos.
The Guardian - House prices can't keep going up if we want affordable housing Andrew P. Street: "Morrison needs to magically find a way to make housing cheaper while also still wildly increasing in value, which is irritatingly impossible."
Slack Bastard - #Northcote (Anti) Social Club : Pay Your Workers! "Five of Shawn’s fellow workers at NSC have since resigned in protest at his treatment. The ASF also believes that NSC has been illegally underpaying its employees for the last 7 years..."
The Guardian - After China's crackdown, can Packer’s Barangaroo casino survive without pokies? Francis Markham: "If James Packer’s Sydney Crown casino has to rely on local gamblers to make a profit, it will exact a toll of suffering from the Sydney community."
Newcastle Live - G’day mates, fellow Novocastrians, gig goers and everyone in between Laura Kebby: "I saw the Smith Street Band last year and came home with a ripped t-shirt and a black eye. Not an accidental black eye. I was punched in the face in the pit. (And this is not the first time)."
Cousin Creep - PISSANT! A Story of 80's Australian Underground Mixtape + fantastic long read, via Max E.
SMH - Dangers lurk in the march towards a post-modern career George Morgan: "A bushwalker found his body at the bottom of Govett's Leap in the Blue Mountains in early August. The previous day he'd caught the train from Summer Hill where he lived and travelled to Blackheath. CCTV camera footage showed him with the bicycle and backpack that the police later found locked up at the top of the valley. John – the 'unknown scholal' – philosopher, contrarian, a member of the academic precariat had taken his own life."
The Guardian - I could get outraged by this boomer-millennial war, but I'd rather look at the evidence Greg Jericho: "Housing affordability continues to inflame debate between the generations. But there’s a glut of city apartments coming, and it could change things."
Places Lived: Stanmore
February 2006 — April 2011. -33.893520, 151.164239
Podcast: How's The Views?
New one-off podcast with Bong YZA and Danny Bang, featuring an uncut chat about Drake's new album 'Views', as well as Freddie Foxxx, Albion Park McDonalds and Jerry Seinfeld threesomes.
The Healthy Hate, Part 3: Stadiums of the Suburbs
Rugby league rivalry - drawn from geography and destroyed by greed.
Dead Town, NZ. February, 2016.
Weak Boys, Last Show of 2016
Hanging On For Something More
The personal importance of Million Dead's 'A Song To Ruin'.
solitude with words, curated by j.nail