ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

JONATHAN KANE – JET EAR PARTY

Jonanthan Kane – formerly a drummer in the New York band Swans – has released in to the world an instrumental album that will defy … Read more

ST VINCENT – ACTOR

St. Vincent’s Actor is a beautifully crafted album – perhaps too crafted and controlled – but it exudes some stunning poise. “Just as I’m about … Read more

SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL RETROSPECTIVE: GIRLS 24/7

Girls are front and centre in this selection of films by women directors from the 1960s up to the mid-1970s. With newly restored 35mm prints … Read more

STEVE EARLE – TOWNES

Often mislabeled as a country artist, Steve Earl is three parts roots and one part rocker; and he owes all three of those roots parts … Read more

SHANE WARNE THE MUSICAL

This little musical has big shoes to fill. It’s not just the tale of cricket’s most adored and maligned hero: it also follows in the … Read more

DOUBLE BILL AT PERFORMANCE SPACE: ROSIE DENNIS AND POST

Deception, flattering, lying, deluding, talking behind the back, putting up a false front, living in borrowed splendor, wearing a mask, hiding behind convention, playing a … Read more

AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM OPEN DAY

From kangaroo skeletons to live snakes, taxidermy pelicans to fossilised cicadas, butterflies to crystals and dinosaurs to DNA, The Australian Museum is home to 16 … Read more

LATE NIGHTS AT THE MCA

Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art is on a roll. The current exhibitions Yayoi Kusama: Mirrored Years and I walk the line: new Australian drawing are … Read more

CONCERT: KRONOS QUARTET

Having mastered Jimi Hendrix, Philip Glass and Bollywood music, fence posts are the latest target for San Francisco’s audacious Kronos Quartet. Founded in 1973 by … Read more

MIRIAM LIEBERMAN – WAKELI

Miriam Lieberman is something of a renaissance woman in the world of ethnic music in Australia; somehow she achieves the almost impossible in blending patterned … Read more