He’s the first Australian musician since the 1950’s to release a 78 gramophone record.
He embraced his love of vintage fashion when he was still in high school.
He’s got a collection of over 5 thousand 500 gramophone records.
And he even has his own orchestra!
He is Andrew Nolte.
“If you have a head you can wear a hat”.
It’s not surprising that this sentence came out of the mouth of a passionate milliner.
Someone who can remember being enamored with a vintage hat when she was 8 years old.
It’s time for you to meet the artist behind the incredible House of Hats Ilana Meilak.
We’re off to get our photo taken and it’s going to be something special.
Because we won’t be sat in front of a fake cloud background and have someone snapping our pic on a fancy digital camera.
Instead, we are going to the studio of Sophie Caligari who has mastered the art of wet plate photography.
(photo: Ripple Digital Designs)
This week we are running away and joining the circus!
What is it about that big top, the acrobats, trapeze artists and clowns that inspire us to dream of a life travelling the world performing.
But what if you made the dream a reality?
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Adele La Belle!
Photo: John Paul Bichard
This week we are off to Berlin to meet an Australian who is ingrained in the German cities burlesque scene.
It was a first date that saw La Viola Vixen first experience the art of burlesque.
Ellen Hookey (Photo: Sarah Matray)
Today we are going op shopping!!
We are heading to the beautiful city of Melbourne to go on a tour of some of the best op shops with Ellen Hookey. Ellen is the brilliant mind behind the Op Shop ‘Til You Get Enough tours. She took her expertise as a tour guide, combined it with her personal love of hunting for a bargain and runs three different tours throughout the month.
Michael “Memphis” Williams hosts Rattlin’ Bones and Retro Tones radio show.
Well it’s nearly new years eve 2016 and what better way to see the year out then with some retro tunes.
The music of the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s still resonates with people today.
There are younger listeners finding their way to Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and the Beatles.