More than ten years after his passing, Lucian Freud is celebrated for his remarkable contribution to contemporary art, and remains an enigmatic figure whose work and persona continue to captivate art lovers the world over. As an artist, Freud defied conventions and carved a unique niche in the realm of figurative painting. His distinctive approach […]

In 1964, The Beatles are the biggest band in the world. Their second album With The Beatles has proved they aren’t a flash in the pan, and they tour the US for the first time. Fans swoon and the media swoop to create Beatlemania and four of the most documented humans on Earth. Decades later […]

It’s the early 80s, and into a largely white Australian pub rock scene, No Fixed Address kick down the doors with their roots-rock-reggae sound infused with stories of Indigenous rights, rebellion and survival. The five-piece came out of the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music to cut their way through the country, […]

That’s how Yeah Yeah Yeahs lead singer Karen O describes what it was like to step out on stage in 2000s New York – Ravenous fanaticism. Inspired by Lizzy Goodman’s book of the same title, Meet Me in the Bathroom (Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern, 2022) is a collection of archival footage that provokes reflection, […]

Opening a Curtis Sittenfeld story is the beginning of a delicious endeavour. Her flawed female protagonists are constantly navigating a quagmire of life and love’s hot button topics, delivering moments of satire and social criticism, self-analysis and character assassinations. In Romantic Comedy, Sittenfeld delivers this in spades with a story that delights in poking her […]

Questlove has worn many hats. Out of Philadelphia, he’s the drummer and producer of The Roots, band leader on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Oscar winning documentary maker for Summer of Soul, adjunct professor at NYU, prolific instagrammer, and author of a couple of Title’s favourite music books from the last couple of years; […]

Under the pseudonym ‘Tom of Finland,’ Touko Valio Laaksonen created a name for himself with his now iconic illustrations of the male form in all its glory and exaggerated parts, chiseled chests and right-angle jawlines. Young and buff in tight clothing, though often in a state of undress, Laaksonen’s drawings quickly found the Tom of […]