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Each event is aimed roughly at a job level and type, such as creative/art direction - mid to senior level, so that job seekers and recruiters alike can be sure they are fishing in the right pond.
Says Werner, after experiencing the process from both sides: "Looking for work or trying to hire someone, I wasted so much time online - signing up to websites, filling out profiles, researching, responding to emails etc. While having a beer with a mate I thought, why can't it be more like this - sitting down in a nice pub, having a quick chat and a drink, and sort out the rest afterwards?
Sleep Decade’s second album Collapse is a masterclass in lush soundscapes, sparsity and thoughtful instrumentation, and our mates at Dusky Tracks have been kind enough to give Trouble Juice an exclusive listen.
We caught up with the New York based writer and artist Mark Chu just as he put the finishing touches on his recent show OPUS at Abbotsford’s MARFA Gallery to get the scoop on his work, his past as a 15 year old pianist with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the future in his multi-faceted career. Claire’s debut EP Young Like That is a really impressive introduction to the young musician – it’s a collection of ethereal psych folk, full with swirling guitars, emotive lyrics and Chloe’s gloriously dreamy vocals.
For our last interview of this year’s Sunset Sounds artists, we got in touch with Hot Potato Band to talk about the new chapter they’re embarking on in 2018 and what the band do on their perfect Sunday.
Ahead of Sunset Sounds, a series of free shows taking place across some of Melbourne’s gardens and parks, we got in touch with the artist opening the proceedings, Alexander Biggs, to talk about his big 2017, what he’s got planned for 2018 and Sundays.
Melbourne based artist, Ajay Jennings explores the topic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome through image-making, opening a conversation about the often misunderstood chronic illness through his visual and written body of work titled Monkey Back.
Picket Palace’s debut album Hooley Dooley is a wild introduction to the band – the album’s nine songs range from reckless to vulnerable, but are all covered in an endearing sense of irresponsibility.
Trouble Juice caught up with the drummer of Food Court, Nic Puertolas, ahead of the Melbourne leg of their tour to chat working with producer John Castle on the new album, touring and the Australian music scene.Going Swimming’s debut album Sultans of Swim is a wild ride and a triumphant return for the band.The album barely clocks past 30 mins but it’s a whole lotta fun, packed with surf-rock guitars, a pounding rhythm section and heaps of energy. It can be hard to stay motivated and stimulated once school is over.Coming out to events like this gives students, and graduates that boost of energy to keep them moving forward and sets in place opportunities yet to be discovered." And Career Beer was born - each 'cheers' a chance to make a great connection, and maybe something even more significant.