Psychedelics, Drug-Search Conspiracies and OZ Magazine in the 1960’s

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In radio, happy accidents are often the best. Originally expecting to have a chat with Psychedelic artist Roger Foley-Fogg about his upcoming retrospective at 107 Projects, this presenter (Julian) has a whole tide… Continue reading

Interview: Warp Speed Syndicate on filming ‘Planet Nimbin’ & ‘Alien Alibi’

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‘The truth is that if contact with an extraterrestrial life form does eventuate in the future … our understanding of ourselves in the universe will radically change.  Planet Nimbin is a precursor discussion… Continue reading

Want to join Something Else?

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APPLICATIONS FOR THE PRESENTERS OF SOMETHING ELSE ARE NOW CLOSED – but if you have a rad idea for a radio segment, or would like to contribute to our show, you can send… Continue reading

Something Else Presents The SUPER MEGA ARTS SPECIAL!

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Tune in to 89.7 East Side FM this Thursday at 6pm for a show jam packed with MEGA arts news! Charlotte and Maren will take you on an exploration of the ups and… Continue reading

“No-one on this program advocates rape”

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I probably should have known better than to ask, but I’ve always been interested in what comedians think about pushing the boundaries of permissible topics for jokes. But that’s not all we spoke… Continue reading

Mug and Kettle Comedy

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Make sure to tune in to Something Else this coming Thursday at 6pm, when Rhys will have Samuel Kettler and Daniel Muggleton, two young Sydney standup comics, in the studio to talk about… Continue reading

Thistledown, kangaroo fur and termite gnawed wood

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Something Else 7th March show summary: Kath Fries solo exhibition ‘Situational’ is an exploration of tactility, temporality and memory through site-sensitive sculptural installations, sculptures, videos and photographs created during a residency at Bundanon… Continue reading

‘Situational’ Kath Fries – listen 6pm Thursday 7th March

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When you experience an artwork you love, there is a moment where you and the work co-exist in time and space. The longer an artwork has stood the test of time, the more… Continue reading

First Draft Gallery

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First Draft Gallery has become an institution in Sydney’s art scene for over 2 decades, with solo and group shows from emerging and established artists. Julian had a chat to  directors Paul Williams and JD… Continue reading

Sex, Lies and a Great Australian Script

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The Herman Rockefeller disaster hit the Australian press in 2010 and caused quite a stir. What started out as a story about a seemingly normal, middle aged, wealthy family man who had an… Continue reading

Listen: Dreams In White

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Ever wondered what it’s like to write about a murder sex scandal? Listen to Something Else this Thursday to find out, as we chat to local playwrite Duncan Graham. Not only is Duncan’s… Continue reading

Our Nerdiest Show Yet

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It has been a long time coming, but Joel finally got to bring out his inner nerd to Something Else listeners.  At last the seemingly “hipster-cool” host’s façades of ‘independent filmmaker’ & ‘alternative… Continue reading

Lou Millar – A LIVE PERFORMANCE

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    On last week’s segment, Louise Millar, a 21 year old singer/songwriter came into the studio to talk about her music and also poetry.  This 21 year old Sydney based singer-songwriter and… Continue reading

Drawing Robots

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I should clarify, this is not about people drawing robots. It’s about a robot ‘who’ (or should it be ‘that’?) draws. If art is an important distinguishing factor separating humans from all else,… Continue reading

Brent Thorpe – Too Old For TV

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Julian had a great chat this week with Sydney Writer/Performer/Comedian Brent Thorpe as his one-man show ‘Too Old For TV’ being remounted for this year’s Mardi Gras Festival. Brent’s show tackles subject matter… Continue reading