On the streets now!
After getting all loved up with Tame Impala for our February issue, we're back on the streets with a huge March issue and we'd love to introduce you to our latest edition.
Are you 'avin' a larf? Well, yes, we are actually as our annual Comedy Issue is back as Melbourne International Comedy Festival rolls into town. On the Melbourne cover is host of this year's gala Steph Tisdell who tells us what's in a name ahead of her new show Baby Beryl. Elsewhere we've asked Claire Sullivan for her hot tips on surviving the festival; we confront the fact that the world's a terrifying place with Becky Lucas and Sami Shah; Michelle Brasier, Sammy J and Andrew Hansen explain the craft of musical comedy; and Lou Sanders becomes our very own agony aunt.
Aside from comedy there's a tonne of juicy reads and we talk to everyone from Fayssal Bazzi to Soccer Mommy to Ocean Grove.
In Sydney and Melbourne, the cover has gone to Violent Soho ahead of their upcoming release Everything Is A-Ok who tell us that everything actually is a-ok.
We also go down the rabbit hole, turning mad as a March hare to explore the influence of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland and bring you our favourite hidden bars and top tea party tips. The Hatter would be proud.
Plus there's the usual album reviews, the best and worst of the month's zeitgeist, 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 one while you can.
If you'd prefer to stay online, check out each edition below.