The music man. Catch Mulatu Astatke alongside Melbourne based eight piece ethio-jazz band Black Jesus Experience at this year’s Sydney Festival.
Thirty three bands touring seven cities across two weeks: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is any live music-lover’s calendar highlight. The travelling festival makes its way to Sydney’s College of the Arts in Rozelle this Saturday, February 4, for a day of local and international talent, food stalls, markets and vinyl treasure hunting.
Heated days and nights to remember. Sydney five-piece Wild Honey did Lost Paradise proud. Here, they share their festival highlights – as captured by photographer Kansas Smeaton – like hearing their sounds float out from the big stage and ringing in the New Year with Fat Freddy’s Drop: “We all ended up naked in the river. Tick!”
Braids, coffee-stained eyes and brushed-up brows; straw boaters shading heavy lids and glossed lips and torn denim, always. Here, New York photographer Kava Gorna shares the moments that caught her eye one hot summer’s day on an island in New York.