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Jacob Collier, once the ultimate 'one-man band', talks to Maxim Boon about how the credits for four-part project 'Djesse' are a list of "30 or so" of his favourite musicians from around the world.
Ronny Chieng tells Maxim Boon he’s coming for the “arseholes in society” with his latest stand-up hour.
Performers Dolly Diamond and Reuben Kaye, and Daniel Gough, director of 'La Silhouette', talk to Maxim Boon about keeping cabaret subversive.
The increased power and prevalence of social media has taken mob mentality global. Maxim Boon looks at different ways toxic fandoms have mushroomed online.
With Instagram's stringent content restrictions, OnlyFans seems like a natural next step. Maxim Boon looks at the platform providing influencers and adult performers a direct line to their audiences.
Matthew Lutton and Sam Strong, the directors of 'Cloudstreet' and 'Storm Boy' respectively, tell Maxim Boon about what it takes to transport a literary classic to the stage.
Maxim Boon explores how this year's contemporary art at Bleach* Festival - including The Farm's 'Throttle', Leah Shelton's 'Terror Australis' and 'The Cleaners' by Shock Therapy Productions - will hijack your senses by defying expectations and harnessing fear.
Phill Jupitus tells Maxim Boon about the ‘misanthropic inner voice’ that demanded he return to stand-up comedy.
Michelle Wolf tells Maxim Boon she was in no way surprised by the reaction to her appearance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner – in fact, it was just what she was aiming for.
When it comes to the who’s who of ha-ha, plenty of Australia’s most talented comics hail from this fair city we call Melbourne. And because we know our readers love a bit of local knowledge, we’ve cherrypicked some of our favourite hometown heroes set to deliver the best jests at this year’s fest. Words by Maxim Boon.