Tag Archive: new york

The Reef Revisited heads to North America

What happens when you take a group of musicians and surfers to the rugged surf coast and tough desert landscape of northern Western Australia? The melding of music and nature into an entrancing… Read More

My 2015, My 2016 by Lauren Engël

With 2015 just a memory as we excitedly welcome another year, we thought we’d ask some of our all-time favourite people to tell us about their highlights/lowlights from the last 12 months and their… Read More

Norman Westberg offers up slices

Norman Westberg is perhaps best known for his work with the seminal outfit Swans and has been woven deeply into the creative fabric of New York over the past three decades. Westberg’s output beyond… Read More

Iris review and ticket giveaway

What do you get when you pair an 87-year-old documentarian with a sharp-witted, flamboyantly attired 93-year-old? The answer is Iris, a documentary made by Albert Maysles about the legendary Iris Apfel. And the… Read More

Interview: Lara Goldie rolls with the punches

Australia-born, New York-based actress Lara Goldie has a chat with somethingyousaid.com’s Kaya Strehler: I’m not going to lie. The following interview was conducted as a major powerplay move by myself in my bid… Read More

Travel: Make a great escape to the sun

Hey Australian friends, are you already completely-and-utterly over the winter rain? Are you fed-up with the fact your house is like an icebox? Are you longing for some sunshine? Some warmth on your skin?… Read More

Banksy Does New York: ticket giveaway

Elusive, Britain-based street artist Bansky’s month-long “residency” in New York is studied in this upcoming documentary. We’re giving away TEN DOUBLE PASSES to our Australia-based chums. Read the review to find out how to… Read More

Advanced Style – Movie Review

The ever growing niche documentary genre of ‘old people doing interesting things’ has extended beyond the belly laugh-inducing Ping Pong and the oh so heartbreaking Young at Heart. Now, highlighting style of the over 50s is the… Read More

Galore’s Bombshells of Summer launch

We’re sorry, but the widely accepted/celebrated prophecy, “there ain’t no party like an S Club party,” is no longer correct. The saying should actually be, “there definitely ain’t no party like a Galore… Read More

Interview: Alex Wall is Wax Witches

Wax Witches, the sci-fi-punk solo project of Bleeding Knees Club frontman Alex Wall, is in the midst of an extensive Australian tour in support of his new longplayer “Centre Of Your Universe”. Julia… Read More

Cashmere Cat at MoMA’s PS1 series – Photos

On Saturday afternoon, Norwegian musician, producer and DJ/turntablist, Cashmere Cat, performed at the Museum of Modern Art in Long Island City, NY, as part of MoMA’s PS1 series. A New York summer staple for nearly… Read More

Yellow Ostrich, Cosmos – album review

Hatched from the 2009 home recordings of 21-year-old Alex Shaaf, New York band Yellow Ostrich have taken huge sonic leaps throughout their six EPs and three studio albums – now landing themselves on… Read More