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Patti Smith to Eno to Bowie to Didion, if you are remotely interested in music, art &/or culture you are to likely stumble across a fresh read that will have you book bound before you have finished your brew!
Abicus opened it’s doors back in 2000, on what was then a very sleepy Darby St Cooks Hill Newcastle. With a crate of records, a rail of clothing and the vision to offer unique classics and unique titles that were not easily available locally, this inseparable mix of music and fashion translated from the very first day. Now, 20 years on, with a sister store Scout, a team of 10 staff and an immense amount of love and respect for the magical place that is Newcastle, we feel extremely lucky to be working with some of Australia’s most inspiring and prolific designers, musicians and artists.
About Tiff & Tim
A quick and improvised rant about Tiff & Tim’s background and how music and fashion became such a big part of their lives. Tiff’s entry into music began with making mix tapes for friends, the obsession with bands like Redd Kross, Beastie Boys, Sleater Kinney and The Melniks grew until Tiff launched her own fanzine Candy Flipper in '95, she was a regular contributor to other local fan-zines & music publications such as Krudcumber, The Newcastle Herald, Rolling Stone and Reverb magazine, interviewing the likes of many of her idols including Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth and Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill to name a few.