Category Archive: photography

The Trouble with Templeton & Kodaline

Ahead of their upcoming UK headlining tour in May, Brisbane indie outfit, The Trouble With Templeton hit Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Wednesday night, supporting Irish tween heartthrobs, Kodaline at a sold out, all-ages… Read More

Twelve Foot Ninja live in Sydney, review & photos

Photographer/reviewer Heather Vousden headed along to catch Twelve Foot Ninja’s “Troll Burger” Tour: Arriving at Sydney University’s Manning Bar, I was welcomed with the sound of deep, low frequency bass bellowing from the… Read More

The Cairos: Photos we shouldn’t share!

Following on from their critically-acclaimed EP Colours Like Features in 2012, The Cairos are finally set to unleash their debut longplayer, Dream of Reason, in May this year through Island Records. Never a… Read More

Jack Mannix’s Precious Metals

Oliver Heath talks candidly about his friendship with Australian photographer, Jack Mannix:  My friend, Jack Mannix has his first solo photography exhibition titled ‘Precious Metals’  opening this week. I had the pleasure of shooting… Read More

Soundwave 2014 Brisbane – review

Soundwave is over for another year. The festival that draws a different crowd to its competitors has done it again, with an excellent balance of acts that satisfied those wanting to see up-and-coming… Read More

Cybele Malinowski’s Model Maison

Sydney photographer Cybele Malinowski recently launched her exciting new project, Model-Maison, in which she shoots models in their bedrooms. The stunning results act as an insight into the model’s worlds, while still retaining some… Read More

Photography: David Lynch’s Small Stories

Neika Lehman reviews the current photographic exhibition from surrealist movie director and visual artist, David Lynch, in Paris: “Still images can contain stories. Mostly, still images contain small stories. And, as it happens, sometimes… Read More

Photo Gallery: Mia Wasikowska in Sydney

If the combination of the words “Mia” and “Wasikowska” doesn’t make you swoooooooon like a 1950s housewife, then you clearly have a markedly different taste in human-beings than us. We’re such fans of… Read More

Photo Gallery: Brick Lane graffiti

Somethingyousaid.com takes in the street-art (and tasty snacks) of London’s East-End:  At some point during 1999 when I lived in London, a friend introduced me to the “Beigel Shop” on Brick Lane and… Read More

Live Review: Field Day in Sydney

Somethingyousaid’s Colin Delaney overcame his hangover just in time to head to Field Day: I woke on New Year’s Day feeling sceptically fine, managed to make breakfast for the rest of the household… Read More

Hey you, please Steal My Photograph!

Professional fashion photographer Lukas Renlund has taken his interactive art exhibition Steal My Photograph! on the road over the last half-year with the aim of creating a real-life experience for the people who encounter… Read More

Interview: MØ fights the power

Somethingyousaid.com’s Philip Erbacher catches up with Danish singer/songwriter, MØ, during her trip to Sydney: It is something quite special to discover you like a musician via their live performance. No prior exposure, just turning… Read More