We have a chat to photographer Kate Seabrook, who has been travelling around on Berlin's incredibly punctual public transport system and taking snaps of all their oddball (and beautiful) stations.

Chilean Maria Aparicio Puentes has turned the idea of embroidery all topsy-turvy, adding striking geometric stitching to black and white photography.

As Toronto's Judith Geher understands, sometimes the secret to good art is knowing when a piece is finished.

Martina Zamboni has lived in three different countries and photographed loads more during her 27 years, now calling Melbourne home. We had a little chat with her and the multi-seasonal snaps she takes.

Originally hailing from Estonia's creative capital, Tallinn, Evelin Kasikov is a London-residing crafty artist who uses needle and thread as her main medium. We had a chat to her about her practice, motivations and avant garde design.

Nicola Odermann is a German photographer who likes nothing more than taking a morning constitutional around her local mountain range. As you do.

We have a chat to Los Angeles-based artist Robert Townsend who paints the world his dad grew up in: roadside diners, quiffs and all.

tunesday - wild nothing interview

9:00am Tuesday, 05 Mar.

Wild Nothing's Jack Tatum is a man after our own eardrums. Here's an little chat we had with him a few months back, plus a bunch of tickets to his debut Australian tour up for grabs.

What do Bon Iver and The Tallest Man On Earth have in common? Click here to read a little interview excerpt of our chat with Kristian ahead of his Australian tour.

Adelaide Festival's musical roll call this year is supercalifragilisticexpialidociously amazing (not to mention the equally rad theatre, dance, arts and film line ups), but the one act we're most looking forward to seeing is Irish folkster, Glen Hansard.

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