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MTN Achromatic Competition

18 April 2019 by Sancho Murphy

MTN 94 and Hardcore Black on sale now at Dirty Laundry! MTN Australia are throwing an epic black and white competition where you could be in the running to win $14k worth of prizes. Create a black and white artwork to be in the running! There are two categories consisting of four winners, (two from each category). C...

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RECAP: Weekend at Palko's

15 April 2019 by Sancho Murphy

The shop has always been a bubble for me to express myself and interests, and figuring out where that fits into the bigger scheme of things and what the hell is it that I’m doing with my time. It’s also been a gate-way for me to connect and collaborate with others who vibe off the same wave. 

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Bends & Loops - Jess Herrington

14 April 2019 by Sancho Murphy

As an individual interested in how we perceive and process our visual world, Jess Herrington draws inspiration from abnormality, experimenting with colour and form in both her neon making and AR/VR works. In this interview we talk about her free-form glassmaking process for neons, the influence the digital age has h...

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Respect Your Mother - CAGEY'S PLANET

22 August 2018 by Sancho Murphy

Cagey’s Planet began as a creative outlet to combine an independent, ethical and local streetwear label, with a brand that was able to make a difference, raise money and awareness, and support other local businesses. The brand has managed to donate money to different causes that tackle climate change, support the LG...

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Just remember ALLCAPS when you spell the man name

23 July 2018 by Sancho Murphy

The Graffiti & Street Art scene in Bali is like no other in the world. It offers artists a unique platform to express their creativity. Despite having major urban hubs, the Island offers a fresh and green scene in comparison to many saturated “hot spots” like Berlin, London, Paris, Melbourne or New York. It also...

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Parli Funk - Your local style appreciation page

06 July 2018 by Sancho Murphy

The first interview with one of the individual's behind the blog Grandma Tuxan/Parli Funk - documenting and sharing content of Canberra centric Graff from the early 90's/00s and now! As a writer who’s been active for over 15 years, we talk about what it was like growing up in Canberra in the 90’s, who were some of t...

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AUTUMN REVEL ~ SAT 19th MAY 2018

17 May 2018 by Sancho Murphy

Revel in art, dance, performance, music, local food, design and ... AUTUMN! Dirty Laundry have a little patch in the markets, come kick it ✌️

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GOODBYE LOBROW GALLERY & BAR 2015 ~ 2017

22 November 2017 by Sancho Murphy

It was the blurst of times - farewell the weird little room up the dark staircase we've all come to know as Lobrow Gallery & Bar, 2015 ~ 2017 🙏

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LAB Co: Beat Science & Rhymeology Tour - CBR PIT STOP

26 April 2017 by Sancho Murphy

Lab Co are hitting the road and bringing a LARGE showcase set to shake up Canberra, Sydney, the Blue Mountains and Melbourne. A mix of rhymes and beats - this performance will be epic!

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Support Your Local DIY at No Front Fences 2017

15 March 2017 by Sancho Murphy

Kicking off this weekend is the three-day music and arts festival No Front Fences, presented by local legends Mulgara. Wanting to further grow the already thriving Canberran community, Mulgara saw the opportunity to pull together an event that encompasses a range of creative avenues, ensuring their ethos of inclusiv...

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Flow with Stro on the Fat Beats Tour

27 February 2017 by Sancho Murphy

After watching his mesmerising feature on Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette, it’s not hard to see why Stro Elliot is one of the most respected and revered hip-hop producers of today. He hits our shores with the debut of his self-titled album, the endeavours of working closely with the likes of The Roots, performing with...

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Let's Take a Trip with Tall Black Guy

27 February 2017 by Sancho Murphy

Detroit native Terrel Wallace is no stranger to musical beginnings, with both parents filling his childhood with the likes of Tribe Called Quest, Luther Vandross, Teena Marie and De La Soul – an influence that is prominent throughout his production. Gearing up for his album launch through Australia, Tall Black Guy a...

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