The June issue is on the streets!
Winter is here and it's the perfect time to curl up on the couch and read the latest edition of The Music magazine.
It's Sydney Film Festival time again, so in this month's Sydney issue, we've gotten square eyes to show you how to navigate the festival. We talk to the award-winning director of Animals, Sophie Hyde, about the perpetual coming-of-age film starring Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat, drag superstar Trixie Mattel on her doco and look at the Indigenous films confronting Australia’s colonial history.
In Melbourne's issue, our cover act Polish Club talk everything from moving back in with the parents to how it's easier to write songs for fun and Brisbane cover stars Two Door Cinema Club recall how they almost fell victim to the rock'n'roll cliche before they caught their behaviour and changed their ways before it was too late.
Across the mags we also chat to TV star Megan Mullally on her musical side in Nancy & Beth with indie muso Stephanie Hunt; we also examine how social media is expanding toxic fandom; Clowns give us their twisted punk take on the human condition; and with a new stage production of Wake In Fright, we look at whether Australia has really changed since the novel was first published in 1961.
The winter solstice is also fast approaching so we share our top tips on how to enjoy the longest night of the year - an outrageous party, obviously.
As usual we also share our pick of album reviews, the month's best binge watching, and all the tours you can't miss.
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If you haven't picked up a copy already mags are out on the street in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane now so grab a copy while you can. If you'd prefer to stay online, check out each edition below.