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Blister Reunite For First Show In 20 Years!

Australian ‘90s punk band, Blister, mean the world to me! I love a lot of bands but, these guys will always have a very special place in my heart—I spent my teenage years going to […]

Jan, 04

Guy Blakeslee: “Tragic things can be beautiful if we learn from them”

I’m so happy that this interview finally gets to see the light of day. It took place almost a year ago, before that, it was another year again from the time I first contacted Guy […]

May, 27

A Chat With Heavy & Weird About My Work: “That conversation kicked my ass…”

I’m excited to share with you, an interview with me that’s featured today on art, music and politics blog, HEAVY & WEIRD. I’ve been corresponding with the editor Dan Newton (I interviewed him last year) […]

Jun, 12

Read More Zines: Twin Peaks, Blackout Poetry Jurassic Park style & Growing Up Queer in Punk

It’s time for the conversationswithbianca.com second instalment of READ MORE ZINES – a round up of all the neat zines I’ve found lately. As always, if you know of any rad zines or if you […]

Jun, 09

Japanther: “if you don’t stand up and use your breath for something that really matters, if you just use your breath to complain and be mean to people, you’re squandering magic.”

New York “DYI” art punks Japanther are one of my all-time favourite bands ever. They embody everything that conversationswithbianca.com celebrates: individuality, creativity, posi energy, fearlessness, community and togetherness. They’re always doing super interesting projects, collaborations […]

Jun, 07

Artist Benjamin Paskins: “how to claw your way back up after falling to the bottom”

Benjamin Paskins is one of my favourite Creatives I’ve met in the past year or so. He’s an artist based on the Sunshine Coast who makes zines, plays music and co-owns an indie record/vintage store […]

May, 02

The Amazing Suzy X: “I want my audience to deal with my anger, my discomfort and my insecurity.”

Suzy X is the frontwoman for kick ass Brooklyn-based punk rock witchcore band, Shady Hawkins (they recently released a cassette on Sister Polygon/Dischord Records). She’s also a fellow Rookie, illustrator, zine maker, blogger, Bitch Media […]

Dec, 16

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