Features

18/05/14

judy // 15 // artist-in-training // cats // storms // sometimes I’m a lil bit ~random~ // soft grunge // stamp on u w my velvet docs // we’re the kids your parents warned you about // bffl <3

18/05/14

Salient editors Cam and Duncan chatted to Kim Dotcom about politics, Megaupload and his future business plans.

18/05/14

Despite popular opinion, according to Instagram’s privacy policy and your public profile setting, use of your Instagram posts does not amount in any way to a breach of your privacy.

18/05/14

Just 20 years ago there were no forums, no circulation of information, personals in the paper were unvetted and risky; that our cultural landscape has changed so swiftly for the better is a testament to how fucking great the internet is, surely?

11/05/14

Salient Editor Cam sat down for a chat with Arctic Monkeys Bassist, Nick O’Malley. Last week, they rocked the TSB Arena as part of a world tour for the album. They were consummate rockers: slick, loud, tight, dripping confidence, oozing sex.

11/05/14

Mighty Mighty will hold its last show on 24 May, Puppies on 21 June. You should care about this, but you shouldn’t despair.

11/05/14

James Milne is a very successful New Zealand musician, but it’s unlikely you’ll recognise the name.

11/05/14

Looking back at the development of music, it appears that tragedy and struggle are inseparable from successful music. R&B stemmed from the struggle of black slaves. Taylor Swift’s most popular hits arise out of her breakups.

11/05/14

Music has been inextricably linked with social and political movements throughout history. But what does our generation have to argue about, and how are we using music to do so?