Category Archive: photography

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’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

Photography Interview: Erica Coburn

Erica Coburn is an 18-year-old photographer from Dublin who is definitely a star in the making. Despite her young age, Erica has already had her photographs featured in a number of publications and… Read More

Travel: European Couch surfing in pictures’s Koren Helbig crashes on couches of Eastern-European strangers: It’s remarkable where in the world one can end up after firing off only the barest of emails. The wonders of the internet have… Read More

Kinder, Star Wars & forced perspective

Imagine if Yoda landed in Australia today? Would he head to Circular Quay? Check out all those hippy-dippy shops in Newtown? What about if Darth Vader found himself Downunder? What would he do? To… Read More

Travel: Noni Cragg’s American summer

You may recall we interviewed ridiculously talented Australian artist/model Noni Cragg a while ago. Well, ever-keen to keep up to date with what she’s got going on, we asked her to document her… Read More

Photos: Snakadaktal in Sydney

Excellently named Australian five-piece Snakadaktal recently brought their dreamy indie pop to Sydney’s Metro Theatre. The Melbournites have been hitting the road (not literally – that hurts unless you are wearing thick gloves) in support… Read More

Olly and the Sydney live music scene’s Oliver Heath snubs international posturing and instead finds pleasure in the local Australian scene: I’ve felt like a traitor at gigs in the past. Gone seen an international buzzband to disappointment instead of… Read More

An Afternoon of Underbelly Arts’s Elfy Scott ventured on an art adventure to Sydney’s Cockatoo Island: Underbelly Arts Festival was conceived six years ago as an experimental amalgamation of Sydney artists; it aimed to lure them out… Read More

Photos: Little May in Sydney

Barely a year after forming, Sydney-based female indie/folksters Little May are seriously turning heads on the live scene with their beautiful harmonies, melodies and lyrics, which give a nod in the direction of… Read More

Live review: Palma Violets in Sydney

Bianca Cornale had a look at latest NME faves, Palma Violets, at Oxford Art Factory. Here’s what she thought: I went to watch London’s Palma Violets with expectations of bitter, sweaty, garage punk.… Read More