Marissa Nadler – For My Crimes

For my crimes. When they take me down the corridor
They secure my wrist with ties
I’ll be chasing the outline
Of your body next to mine
I’ve done terrible things,
Couldn’t carry these lies
You can watch behind the glasses I pass the serpentine
Please don’t remember me
Please don’t remember me
Please don’t remember me for my crimes. For my crimes. For my crimes. When they take me down the corridor
I remember the old course line
We were young, used to tempt your lips and cheeks
There with wine
Please don’t remember me
Please don’t remember me
Please don’t remember me for my crimes. For my crimes.

ASHKANN – Something About You ft Misha Cordon

[Electronic music]

There is something that makes me think
about you and me
about you and me
I’ve seen lovers across the world
but not like you and me
not like you and me
In the air that I breathe
In the words that I speak
I hear you calling
(x2)
There is something, there’s something about you. There is something, there’s something about you and me
There is something, there’s something about you and me
In the air I breathe
In the words I speak
I hear you calling
There is something, there’s something about you and me. There is something, there’s something about you and me
There is something, there’s something about you and me
In the air I breathe
In the words I speak
I hear you calling
There is something, there’s something about you and me. Ah aah
Ah ah uuh
I don’t think that you know how much you mean to me,
You helped me see
You always say I saved you too, I set you free,
I made you see
In the air that I breathe
In the words that I speak
I hear you calling
(x2)
There is something, there’s something about you. There’s, there’s, there’s some, some, thing
There’s, there’s, there’s some, some, thing There is something, there’s something about you. There is something, there’s something about you.

Laurel – Crave

Darling, I’ve been saving all of my energy
When I’m coming saving your drinking [?]
Make me want it, set to call and I’ve been feeling fake [?]
When I met you
And I’m tempted, but I don’t crave your love
[Instrumental break]
You keep it minimal, in times I can’t feel you at all
But every now and then you make me wonderful
If on the edge with me ‘cause we don’t really need
The rest of them
But I don’t get your crew,
The way you’re giving up and take it in right back to the start
I guess I’m scared to breathe
‘Cause all I think I need is you to crave me
Darling, I’ve been saving all of my energy
When I’m coming saving your drinking [?]
Make me want it, set to call and I’ve been feeling fake [?]
When I met you
And I’m tempted, but I don’t crave your love
[Instrumental break]
Please [??]
Don’t really know, just I darling I’m still living when you’re gone again
Crave me
Darling, I’ve been saving all of my energy
When I’m coming saving your drinking [?]
Make me want it, set to call and I’ve been feeling fake [?]
When I met you
And I’m tempted, but I don’t crave your love [Alternative music]
You keep it minimal
It’s just enough to feed my bones
And in the hard light
I’m crying out for more
Come and turn it on,
and run away from your feelings
And I don’t get your dark way of living
Always get me dreaming just to let me down
I guess we’re scared to leave
Oh, come on please, why don’t you crave me?

Roosevelt – Under the Sun

Hold me tight, came all this way to see your eyes
Your face I find, you will move away from all those hides
And I cannot buy this feeling,
Cannot lose it my control
Let me know you still mean it
Give your body and your soul
CHORUS:
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun
Don’t you know it’s been way too long to step it now? Don’t let go, take you to a place that you don’t know
And I cannot buy this feeling,
Am I losing my control? Let me know if you still mean it
Give your body and your soul
CHORUS:
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun
Don’t hold back
Don’t hold back
[Repeats]
CHORUS:
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun
You’re coming again ’cause tonight
I will show you everywhere under the sun

Midnight Kids – Find Our Way feat klei

[Electronic music]

Wait outside, you said you won’t be long
Took your time
Bracing mine, I know that there’s something wrong
Wonder why
Tell me why, tell me why
No one else, it’s you and I
Tell me now, talk it out
He didn’t like I did notice, notice, no
I think you should know
You don’t have to stay
Even if you go, I’ll be okay
We take it slow,
Till there’s nothing left to say
Even if you go,
We’ll find our way
Find our way
Find our way
(x2)
Don’t look back,
We got thrown into this
Just like that
Living fast, I know we’re new to this
Learn to last, oh ooh
Tell me why, tell me why
No one else, it’s you and I
Tell me now, talk it out
He didn’t like I did notice, notice, no
I think you should know
You don’t have to stay
Even if you go, I’ll be okay
We take it slow,
Till there’s nothing left to say
Even if you go,
We’ll find our way
Find our way
Find our way
(x2)

OneRepublic – Connection

Good friends, good friends hard to find, let’s face it
Bought the perfect home, and there’s a flood in the basement
Made a couple dollars now and I ain’t tryina chase it
Kid from Oklahoma, man I eat basic
I’m just tryina paint the picture for me
Something I could give a damn about at maybe 40
Years and I’ll be ready and willing, be able to edit the story
Cause there’s so many people here to be so damn lonely. Can I get, can I get a connection? I can see it in my, see it in my reflection
Oh, can I get a connection? These days my waves get lost in the oceans
Seven billion swimmers, man I’m going through the motions
Sent up a flare, I need love and devotion
Traded for some faces that I’ll never know, notion
Maybe I should try to find the old me
Take me to the places and the people that know me
Tryina disconnect, thinking maybe you could show me
If there’s so many people here, why am I so lonely? Right now, right now, I’m switching to a new lane
Foot to the floor, man I’m searching for the real thing
Met somebody else, sometimes ain’t no shame
Head to the clouds sayin’
It’s like can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get a connection? Can I get a connection? Can I get a connection? Tryina find the old me
Lonely Can I get, can I get a connection? Can I get a connection? I can see it in my, see it in my reflection
Oh, can I get a connection? Can I get a connection?

More than the rock — the arts scene flourishing near the ‘Uluru of the Wimmera’

Known as the Uluru of the Wimmera, Mount Arapiles in western Victoria brings climbers of all abilities to the region year-round.But it’s not just the landscape that’s a drawcard for rock climbers. (Back Roads: Larissa Romensky)
“It really is sort of a laboratory, Natimuk,” Ms Pearce said.She said the town had a real sense of possibility.”Our work is inspired by where we are, who we are, and how we work with each other,” she said.But for Ms Finnerty, the real drawcard will always be Mount Arapiles.”It’s an incredible place to climb and it’s really created the community of Natimuk,” Ms Finntery said.”There are amazing people who live here — artists and climbers, and really it all comes from Mount Arapiles.”Watch Back Roads on ABC TV 8pm MondayPast episodes or extras are on iView or at www.abc.net.au/backroads

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The town of Natimuk has a farming history, but is now also home to rock climbers and artists. this creativity and experimentation, and kind of givingness. (Back Roads: Ben Cunningham)
Ms Finnnerty runs the Nati Frinj Biennale, an annual showcase of local artists’ creativity, which she said brought a new life to the town with aerial silo shows, performances and music — even snail racing.While the Art is… Festival has been running for more than two decades in nearby Horsham, the Nati Frinj movement has built on the work of many local climbers who were also artists.Ms Finnerty said the three-day festival united the local community, including farmers, climbers and artists.”It’s already here … Photo:
Mt Arapiles is a popular with rock climbers. (Back Roads: Ben Cunningham)
Silo art changes the landscape for allDirector Jillian Pearce said the projections of the silo art show were collaborations from local and out-of-town artists and the show had been different every night of the festival. A thriving local arts scene is also a lure. Nati Frinj just shines a light on all that,” Ms Finnerty said.”Art has the ability to break down barriers, people come together … It’s not set out [with] rules and stuff — you make it up as you go,” she said. A connection between climbers and artists has developed in the town from about the turn of the century.”Climbers are a weird bunch,” rock climber and art director Kate Finnnerty told ABC TV’s Back Roads program.”They don’t fit into the mould of football and netball.”Especially back in the day, they were just sort of misfits and odd bods.”Ms Finnerty said the growth of the local arts scene reflected the way Natimuk had developed over the years with climbing.”I suppose you need creativity to rock climb in a way. She meets communities whose good humour and inventiveness will inspire and uplift. (ABC News: Mark Doman)
Traditionally a farming community, Natimuk is situated less than a 25 kilometre drive west of Horsham. (Back Roads: Dai Cookes)
Thriving art scene ‘breaks down barriers’

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The Clitterati art show at the Goat Gallery in Natimuk was a highlight for locals. Photo:
The Hay & Thespian Mardi Gras Parade is just one of the events that celebrates artists from across Australia. it just builds on the community feeling of Natimuk.”

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Coats fly off the racks as country kid raises funds for children’s hospital

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June 27, 2018 12:36:47

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On his Everyday Hero webpage, Mason said he was inspired by how sick kids, some of them being his mates, could still be so strong and happy. “We’re having coats come to us throughout the community from people we don’t know. “Some of them are from my mum, grandma and aunty, and people we don’t know,” he said. “I believe they should be able to live long with their families until they are 99,” he said. “Something twigged inside him, and Mason just said to me he wanted to help sick kids because he is well.”What he’s doing has just generated such excitement in the community and I am very proud of him for wanting to help sick kids.”The fundraising effort began in their hometown, Northam, about 100km north-east of Perth. “He was having piano lessons with his piano teacher, and before each lesson they would say a prayer for the piano teacher’s grandson who is sick in the Perth Children’s Hospital,” Ms Leeder said. “It has really generated the goodwill in the community and in people. Her 10-year-old son Mason Barr is selling donated coats at his local farmers’ market and donating all the proceeds to the cancer ward at Perth Children’s Hospital. “Mason had a goal of $500 and he smashed that goal pretty quickly, so we upped the goal to $1,000, and I think he is pretty close to the $800 mark.”Mason said the spare room was overflowing with donated jackets. “I broke my leg when I was two, and I went to the same hospital I am fundraising for, so I feel like I am fundraising for the people in the hospital when I broke my leg,” he said. He had even caught the attention of city slickers, with coats being donated from people living in Perth. Mason also managed to raise $190 by running 5km at the Clontarf and Rotary Fun Run. Photo:
Mason’s mum, Katie Leeder, says her son has brought out the goodwill in the community. Mason started out with a small fundraiser, and quickly moved on to his ‘winter coats for a cure’ stall at the Northam Farmers’ Market every other weekend, and business is booming. It’s crazy and it’s going really well,” Ms Leeder said. “I might do a longer run, about 10km or 8km.” Mason said he ran cross country at school, so he felt he could manage it.Ironically, he said a broken leg had partly inspired his fundraising efforts. Everyone is really generous and willing to contribute,” Ms Leeder said. (ABC Rural: Jon Daly)
Little man, big heartMs Leeder said the town had rallied behind her son and his goal. Katie Leeder is about as proud as a mum can get. “I like running, so that’s why,” he said.

Washable sanitary pads create opportunities for remote Queensland women

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(Supplied: Yolonde Entsch)
Creating opportunitiesMore than 20 women aged between 17 and 65 were involved in the project, including a core group of five women.”We did it as a staged process,” Ms Entsch said.”First the ladies made the bright, colourful cord bags, then they made the face washers, and then we built up to making the sanitary pads.”The goal was [to make] 250 bags, but the ladies just kept sewing and one time when I came out [to visit] we had 330 and the ladies decided that’s how many we’re going to gift.”One lady decided that she was going to learn how to use the overlocker and ended-up overlocking all 1,320 pads.”The skills the women gained through the project are already beginning to pay dividends, with trekking company Getaway Trekking commissioning the group to produce 200 additional Moon Sick Care bags, at $20 each.”[The company] will then sell them to trekkers who can them give them out on the Kokoda Track. The ladies have a potential sale of $4,000.”There’s also talks of the onion bags that come in from the shop … using an industrial sewing machine to turn them into bags.”Empowering women

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Moon Sick Car Bags include four washable sanitary pads, two pairs of underwear, a small bag for soiled pads, a face washer and a bar of soap. Despite living in one of Queensland’s most disadvantaged areas, a group of women in Doomadgee, in the lower Gulf of Carpentaria, have spent months sewing 1,320 reusable sanitary pads for women in Papua New Guinea.The Moon Sick Care Bag initiative was thought up by Queensland woman Gay Muller in 2017 after she came across washable sanitary pads while on a trip to South Africa.Mrs Muller later paired with Reef & Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC) Connect, the philanthropic arm of the research centre, which is currently working in 13 isolated villages to get the bags to Papua New Guinea.RRRC Connect Project lead and My Pathway women’s coordinator, Yolonde Entsch, said moon sick care bags provide women with everything they need when they are menstruating.Each bag includes four washable sanitary pads, two pairs of underwear, a small material bag for soiled pads, a face washer, bar of soap and a laminated information card about a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle.”The pads are made from terry towelling material layered in the middle, a soft fabric on the top, and then on the bottom there’s a fabric called Polyurethane Laminate that prevents leakage,” Ms Entsch said.”We haven’t tested yet how many uses each pad will get, but we’re expecting [they will last] at least a year — if not longer.”

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Anthea Chong and Veroncia Walden will travel to Papua New Guinea in October to hand out the bags in person. (Supplied: Yolonde Entsch )
Two Doomadgee women involved in the project, Veronica Walden and Anthea Chong, will travel to the Western Province of Papua New Guinea in October to personally had out the bags.”I’m looking forward to meeting these ladies, being able to sit down and listen to some of their stories, tell them our stories, and how we felt when we heard their stories,” Ms Walden said.Ms Walden was the Activity Supervisor for the project in between visits from Ms Entsch and was responsible for keeping the women on task and performing the final checks of the bags.”I love coming to work because I know every day when I come in I have something to do,” she said.”Before Yolonde came out there wasn’t really much for us to do here.”Ms Entsch said she hopes the project will encourage women in other Indigenous communities.”When Aboriginal women hear another Aboriginal woman sharing her story about what she’s been able to do in community, that gives all Aboriginals hope … whether it’s in another Gulf community, whether it’s in the Cape, whether it’s in the Northern Territory.”The 330 bags created by the Doomadgee group will begin arriving in Papua New Guinea in August. (Supplied: Yolonde Entsch)
Distance no barrier for compassionMs Entsch first travelled to Doomadgee in September 2017 as part of her role with employment organisation My Pathway.”When I came out for the week I told them about the work I was doing in Papua New Guinea and how difficult the lives of the women there are,” Ms Entsch said.”A lot of PNG women use old rags, and in really sad cases, are using coconut fibre to absorb the blood.”[After my trip] two of the ladies went over [to] the main office and said to the manager how lucky they were to be living in Doomadgee and how much it saddened them to think about these women in PNG.”When I heard that I thought to myself ‘I bet that as an activity they would enjoy making the Moon Sick Care Bags’.”

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Jennifer George and Monica Peters cut out material to create the washable pads.
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