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Turns out that Montaigne is at her most creative when she’s upset, and rather fancies capping off a gig with a good old glass of tap water.
Barcelona-based artist Emily Eldridge told us a little bit about painting rad-looking ladies on plywood.
We had a little chinwag with Melbourne-based ceramist Bec Smith about how she makes her sweet porcelain wares.
We had a little chat to Real Estate frontman Martin Courtney, who wooed his wife at 16 with his first-ever mixtape.
We had a wee chat with the lass behind Honey & Co Club (a kids’ gift subscription service) to find out how she runs her business.
BeeKeeper Parade (makers of snazzy backpacks) told us about how they run their socially and environmentally conscious operation.
We caught up with Courtney Barnett and Joe Alexander to have a little chinwag about their limited-edition vinyl series.
Sleater-Kinney drummer Janet Weiss has some wise words for her 16-year-old self and anyone who wants to get involved in politics.
We chatted to the brothers behind Camp Pineapple (makers of pretty patterned camping gear) about how they run their nomadic small business.
Excellent news, music lovers: Kurt Vile is playing solo shows in Melbourne and Sydney – and we’ve got double passes to give away, hurrah!
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