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How To Dress Like You’re Worth ‘Billions’
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Feb 22nd, 2017
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Season 1 of Billions explored self-made billionaire Bobby Axelrod (Damian Lewis) and his conflict with the law, led by Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti). With Season 2 just out, we had a chat to the show's costume designer Eric Daman about how he crafted the characters and world of Axe Capital through clothes.   The antagonists on both sides come from very dif

Life & Style
Bring The Trends From The 2017 Men’s Fashion Weeks To Your Home
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Feb 7th, 2017
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If your wardrobe matches the best in fashion, shouldn’t your home too?Steve Cordony is a leading Sydney-based interior and event stylist, and the style director at-large for Australia’s foremost interior design magazine, Belle.He recently sat down with us to share the top 5 trends to emerge in this year’s Men’s Fashion Week collections and s

Gear
Heading to the Tropics? The North Face Has You Covered
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Dec 19th, 2016
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When you envision the tropics, the thought that comes to your mind may be pristine beaches and crystal blue water. The only bit of clothing you need to enjoy those places is a decent pair of trunks. But what about when you head away from the beaches into the tropical rain forests and jungles? Always keen to explore, the guys at The North Face let us test out

Business
5 Australian Social Entrepreneurs Aiming To Change The World
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Dec 12th, 2016
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Recently, Chivas Regal hosted the Australian leg of their global social entrepreneur competition, The Venture. From the competition, 5 awesome Australian Social Entrepreneurs emerged as the finalists, all with a chance to be invested in.Ultimately they all aim to create social change in society and act as a representation of how businesses can do good w

Travel
Exploring Volcanoes In The Philippines With Ford
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Dec 1st, 2016
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Above Video: Antonio Castiglia + Oliver Pether  Music: Akay (@thisisakay) 'Forever In My Mind' - Facebook + Twitter  Extra Gear Provided By: The North Face (@thenorthface_aunz) - Facebook + InstagramFirstly I'd like to disclose that  I'm no car expert. When Ford invited Boss Hunting to test out their SUV's in the Philippines, I was pondering

Entertainment
Jidenna On Bringing A Multi-Talented Perspective To Music (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 17th, 2016
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You may know Jidenna for his breakout hit 'Classic Man', which landed him on the American charts. But his impeccable style and vigour really make him stand out from what is the sometimes bland hip-hop scene. A man of many talents, we talked to him about balancing out his music, his appearance on Luke Cage and his thoughts on the Australian music scene. 

Gear
The Ultimate Ears PartyUp App Lets More Than 50 Speakers Play Music Simultaneously
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 12th, 2016
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Last week, Ultimate Ears (UE) hosted PartyUp. Nestled within Carriageworks in the Inner West of Sydney, the warehouse party vibe was truly going off. Walking into the darkness, the quality music and drinks were flowing, accompanied by towering figures in neon light suits and the spectacular interior of the place.This was all in light of the recent launch

Travel
Boating In Capri: Among The Superyachts
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 5th, 2016
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Travelling to the Island of Capri in Italy without tens of thousands of dollars is very limiting. It is the holiday place of the rich, an ocean retreat just off the coast of Naples. That's not to say that the general population doesn't visit there. Arriving at the dock of Marina Grande, you're immersed in the bustle of tourists. A mix of British, American an

Entertainment
Thomston On His Definition of Pop (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 4th, 2016
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Some find the whole genre of pop simple, while others can relate to the accessibility of the music. New Zealand's Thomston (aka Thomas Stoneman) is the latter and his debut, Topograph, certainly cuts through the noise that is modern day pop. We recently chatted to him about the album, how it came to be and what he likes to be classified as with his music.

Entertainment
Midas.Gold On Globalized Rap & The Value of Money (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Sep 14th, 2016
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When you look at Australian hip-hop nowadays, it has increasingly become a mixed bag of artists. Varied styles and interpretations have begun to emerge as the genre finds it's foothold in the Australian music scene. The elusive hip-hop mecca of the USA seems closer than ever, and a handful of local artists are pushing a truly global sound to reach it. One

Travel
Marseille Calanques: The Stunning Other Side Of The French Riviera
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Sep 5th, 2016
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On a recent trip to the South of France, I decided to visit somewhere that does not receive much coverage. Whilst Cannes and St Tropez always steal the spotlight, I was craving some natural scenery as change. On a crisp Sunday morning (still around 23 degrees at 6am) I walked down to train station in Nice, where I was staying. I quickly booked a local train

Entertainment
Snakehips On The Undervaluing of Producers and Playing Coachella (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Jun 21st, 2016
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We recently sat down with Oliver Lee from electronic RnB duo Snakehips. The pair have recently had a smash hit with their song All My Friends, with it reaching platinum on the Aria charts. Ollie talked about the crazy success of the single, playing Coachella and how producers are not always appreciated. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3mrYxPLSH4"Al

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Novelist On Grime and Being Its Future (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Mar 31st, 2016
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Grime is hard to describe. One could say it is a mixture of the techno music from the 2000s, with a dash of gangster rap and Jamaican dancehall music. It is a subculture in itself, with a strong following in London, a rap battle and rave culture, a particular way of dressing and lingo with accents that some would find hard to decipher.  Novelist, a 19-

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The Best “I Love Kanye” Remixes So Far
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Mar 4th, 2016
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When Kanye dropped his album "The Life of Pablo" , an odd acapella song came from it. Titled "I Love Kanye" it was 44 seconds of pure self indulgence as Kanye did what he does best; talk about himself. But when the track came out having no instrumental, it was a blank canvas for a bunch of producers to step in and change it up to suit their style. Here are s

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It’s Time to Wake Up, Mac Miller is Returning to Australia (Interview)
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Dec 11th, 2015
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Mac Miller is a big name in hip hop. After his rise to fame as an independent artist, the American debuted at number 1 on the Billboard charts with Blue Slide Park. He continued to work, putting out regular mixtapes and projects and working with big names such as Miguel and Pharrell Williams.Fresh off a major label debut with GO:OD AM, Mac is down under

People
Is Obama Backing Kanye’s Run for Presidency?
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Oct 12th, 2015
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We all saw the massive, somewhat doubtful announcement that Kanye West would run for the 2020 US Presidential Candidacy. Looking at the state of the current pool of presidential hopefuls, including Donald Trump, Kanye seems like he might actually have a shot. Months have passed since that VMA announcement and the legitimacy of it seems to be increasing as ev

Entertainment
What a Time to Be Hearing This
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Sep 25th, 2015
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Earlier this week many fans were surprised with another Drake album. This time it was a collaboration "mixtape" with Atlanta's rap star, Future, whose solo album from this year Dirty Sprite 2 topped the Billboard charts. Entitled What a Time to Be Alive, the project sees Drake rapping over a more heavy sound with Future's main producer Metro Boomin , who wa

Entertainment
The Rise of Asian Trap
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Sep 2nd, 2015
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Many think rap and the instrumental style that is associated with it is simply isolated to America. But what happens when that music finds it's way to places like Korea and Japan. With thriving underground music scenes in both countries and others in Asia, a new sub-genre of hip hop has emerged. It manages to combine the deep sub bass, which places like Atla

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The New Wave of Australian Hip-Hop: REMI
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Jul 26th, 2015
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Continuing on a profile on some up and coming Australian rappers, we talk to Nigerian-Australian rapper Remi Kolawole, or REMI. Releasing his album Raw x Infinity last year independently to much critical acclaim, including a Rolling Stone Award and Triple J best album of the year nomination, REMI then pursued a hectic tour schedule including places like Euro

Entertainment
Idris Elba Shows His Musical Side, Rapping on a Track With Skepta
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Jun 3rd, 2015
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Famous for playing roles in Luther and Thor, British actor Idris Elba shows that he is more than just a brilliant actor. The Hackney born beast is now featured on a brand new track with veteran London MC Skepta,who is bringing the British sub-genre of grime to the international hip hop scene. Idris can be heard on the remixed version of the track Shutdown.

Entertainment
The New Wave of Australian Hip Hop: Allday
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • May 27th, 2015
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In 2014 Tom Gaynor aka Allday got what was coming to him, blowing up out of the indie scene onto the Aria charts with his debut LP Startup Cult. After a string of successful mixtapes Allday's album managed to secure the number three spot in the country, showing the strength of his fan base and future. He returns in 2015 with new plans, bigger aspirations an

Entertainment
Changing The Game: How Hip-Hop Is Reinventing Music Distribution
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Apr 27th, 2015
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Music is a cut-throat game and none more so than the ever expanding world of hip hop. So cut through or get out...that's the message. Release methods and distribution are key.It's no longer isolated to simply releasing singles a couple months before, then music videos, media publicity and then finally the album comes out. Hip hop has shown to be innovativ

Entertainment
Eminem Just Dropped His Fastest Ever Verse
  • by Antonio Castiglia
  • Apr 25th, 2015
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Eminem is showing he is still strong and explosive in the industry. After the speed and skill he showed with his delivery in the 2013 track Rap God, Em returns to rapidly chopping up lyrics. He features in Tech N9ne's new track Speedom (WWC2), the sequel to the 2011 song World Wide Choppers, which gathered some of the fastest rappers around the world onto on