• Neuw Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    NEUW Black Rope Party at Shadow Electric, Abbotsford Convent – 30.05.2014

    Sponsored by Sailor Jerry, Tomoka Beer and Capi

    The freaking excellent bands that captured the event and made it dance like Marty McFly in Back to the Future III were Citizen Sex and Teeth and Tongue

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

  • Guerrilla Theatre Brand Launch Party

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Discovering new spaces along the streets you walk every day is something pretty special. Last night we ventured through a door on Chapel Street that we had never even noticed before. One floor up, above the trams and Thursday night crowds, we entered SoHigh Gallery – the new home of Guerrilla Theatre Brand clothing.

    It was a preview of the brand’s debut collection and a christening of the space – with Jackie Onassis, DJ Prequel and DJ Flagrant making everyone feel right at home.

    Find out more about Guerrilla Theatre Brand here.

    Or connect with them on Facebook.
    SoHigh Gallery:
    143a Chapel Street, Windsor.
    See our video below

    Tunes: Free Verse by Dolomic
    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

  • Next Wave Festival 2014 Launch Party

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Melbourne often feels like the city of festivals – as one fashion festival finishes, another opening night party rolls in. Friday night saw the launch of the Next Wave Festival - a program  about art made in places where radical perspectives are celebrated. The launch night was a good old fashioned free party in an open block behind the Arts Centre called the Testing Grounds. Video art streamed up and across buildings while punters created their own art (and painted their own chests), mingled with like-minded others and salivated over the food vans. For those feeling the beat, micro discos took place in a single shipping container where inhibitions were left at the door.

    While we bumped into old friends and met a collective bunch of new friends, I couldn’t help but smile at this wonderful city we reside in.

    The Next Wave Festival, now celebrating it’s 30th year, is on until the 11th of May.

    See video below

    Tunes: Dub Under Sun by Teleskope Funk

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