John Moyle explores the story behind ‘Romantic Notions‘ and its atmospheric music video, by Sydney post-punk band Mere Women.
Sydney comedian Marty Bright has taken his unique style of stand-up comedy from remote bush stages to Los Angeles. Youth editor Corin Shearston pried into his mind.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
A self-made documentarian from the age of 20, Shaye Fox has been archiving live rock shows since 2019. He spoke with youth editor Corin Shearston about the making of his second film.
Streamed Shakespeare began as a response to Covid-19 and has become a genre in its own right. Now, it’s going into outer space!
Young Penrith-based duo Sean and Marley are smashing stereotypes around disability, finding online fame with their debut song, ‘Oh Yeah’.
Professional Sydney drone pilot Zephyrin Jaros-Grilli takes time out to talk to the Sentinel about his fascinating day job.
There’s ‘fake news’ – and then there’s ‘not news’. Stories about women’s bodies – such as reports on Rebel Wilson’s weight loss – fall into the latter category, writes Lauren Clair.
Melanie C speaks to the Sentinel about the Spice Girls, new solo music and her love for Sydney.
Sex and Gender Australia (SAGE) has issued a callout for contributions to their Sex and Gender Diverse Life Over Suicide research project.
Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore has marked the 50th birthday of one of Sydney’s most important public spaces, Martin Place.
Rita Bratovich looks back at the significant international films made in Sydney, where filming continues apace despite Covid-19.
Rita Bratovich interviews London-born, Sydney-based William Broughman – activist, broadcaster and YouTube sensation.