Our friends over at Ritual & Ceremony recently had a chat with Sydney local Scott Marsh about his practice, train exhibition, graffiti and his views on “street art”. Give the podcast a listen here and be sure to check out the rest of their interviews with local creatives.


New Zealand based publication Indefinite Magazine just released their debut issue and it’s looking promising, with a curated selection city scenery and spaces not often experienced by the average person. Issue two is in the works so pick up a printed copy or digital version via their webstore here: http://www.indefinitemag.com/


Sydney locals Freda & Jackson come correct with their latest release Aeroplane Soulmate. With influences ranging from the likes of Fly-Lo, Dilla & Knxwledge you’ll need this on your playlist. Give it a listen above or grab a copy over at their Bandcamp page here.

MOL Flat lay
Nice gear check feature over at Mobile Office Life with our friend and photographer Nightsnlights.

Heavy duty damage from the HM crew straight out of Copenhagen.

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Graffiti’s “Bonnie & Clyde” are at it again, this time with a multi-part series covering their travels and assaults on metro systems around Asia. Check out more episodes over at The Grifters channel here!

The crew over at The Chop have started a video series focusing on a ‘day-in-the-life-of’ local beat-makers. Check out the first one above with Sydney producer Rotes and keep an eye out for future episodes via their page here.