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Previous Podcasts:

NB: All those listed below are up for download through iTunes, any in italics are available by request by emailing somethingelse@eastsidefm.org

May 2014

Adriano Rosselli, director of MILS Gallery about SILK ROAD contemporary Iranian photography exhibition in conjunction with SRAG Tehran – Maren Smith

April 2014

Frances Barrett, performance artist, member of Brown Council & co-director of Serial Space on durational performance art – Ira Ferris & Julia Suljada

March 2014

Macushia Robinson, art theorist and assistant curator of contemporary international art at the AGNSW on the Sol LeWitt retrospective – Ira Ferris & Julia Suljada

February 2014

Sebastian Goldspink, founder and director of Alaska Projects, Kings Cross, about unused spaces and underground art – Ira Ferris & Julia Suljada

Emma Pike, from Kaldor Public Art Projects about Tino Sehgal’s ‘This is so contemporary’ at AGNSW – Ira Ferris & Julia Suljada

Kusum Normoyle and Emily Morandini, artists exhibiting as part of the NOW now Group Show at SNO Contemporary Art Projects – Daniel Green

January 2014

Alice Furze and Brandan Hay, performers whose works are showing in Short & Sweet and Short & Sweet Cabaret – Julian Ramundi

SOMETHING ELSE – BEST OF 2013! Highlights include interviews with Simone Sheridan (TiNA & Street Art Walking), Emma Pike (Kaldor’s 13 Rooms) and Jim Anderson (Oz Magazine) –  compiled by Charlotte Karp presented by Joel Hagen

November 2013

Emma Ramsay, co-director of Tele Visions broadcast & performance event marking the end of analog television, part of ‘You’re History’ 30 yrs of Performance Space, Carriageworks – Maren Smith

Art Reviews of Ala Paredes, Peter Griffen and Yvette Hamilton at Gaffa Gallery, ArtSite Gallery and A-M Gallery – Charlotte Karp

October 2013

Harrison Woodhead, director of Immersion Indonesia documentary about a Habitat for Humanity volunteer trip and supernatural action thriller ‘Pandorian’ – Maren Smith

JD Reforma, artist, writer and curator talks about ‘After the Break’ project, second of two part exhibition on Oprah Winfrey’s 2011 Australian visit among other things – Daniel Green

September 2013

Simone Sheridan, arts worker and curator of ‘Street Art Walking’ and ‘This Is Not Art’ festival in Newcastle on volunteering and brokering paid deals for artists – Daniel Green

Kai Raisbeck, director of the Lucky Film Festival in Sydney which has an open brief and raises money for Arts Platform’s artist residency program – Julian Ramundi

Olivia Clement and Josie Stomann, writer director and lead actor, respectively, of ‘A Thank You Left Unsaid’, the opening night show of this year’s Sydney Fringe Festival – Joel Hagen

Resan and TerHor, Sydney street artists discuss the Sydney street art scene in legal and creative terms – Daniel Muggleton and Samuel Kettler

August 2013

Sanaz Fotouhi, director of the Persian International Film Festival which is running in Sydney for its second year with special guest Niki Karimi – Maren Smith

Samuel Bruce, artist and musician of Black Math, Knife Crimes and Electronic Resonance Korps performing at Underbelly Arts 2013 – Daniel Green

Benita de Wit and Zoe Andrikis, directors of stage and screen respectively about their experience of working at home and abroad – Samuel Kettler and Daniel Muggleton

July 2013

Sean Hall, director of micro music festival ’24’, and Liam McAlary, singer and guitarist from Blue Mountains band Shadow’s at Play – Joel Hagen

Fiona Hallenan-Barker and Brenda Hartley, theatre directors of readings of ‘The Women’ and ‘Morning Sacrifice’ as part of the supplement program to New Theatre’s production of Top Girls – Julian Ramundi

Shane Addison and Callum Lofts, writers, directors and performers of ‘Maverick and Ferris’ 8 Steps to SuccessP’ [sic] a parody of life coaches on at Sydney Fringe – Charlotte Karp

Marcus Whale, musician and performer of Collarbones, Scissor Lock, Black Vanilla and more about music, the nineties and #spillard – Daniel Green

June 2013

Alice Fraser, comedian and banjo player about her career, Cambridge Footlights and the gender card – Daniel Muggleton and Samuel Kettler

Dominica Nicholls and Kirsty McGuire, directors of Lady Hamlet, Hell Shakespeare Co. – Maren Smith & Charlotte Karp

Zoe Pelbart, comedian, writer and web series producer – Maren Smith

May 2013

Joshy Said, Stevie Bryant and some of the cast from Macquarie Musical Society’s production of ALICE – Julian Ramundi

Michael O’Donnell, musician and director of Pickpockets and Rascals – Rhys Cohen

Jack Stahel and David Greenhalgh from ARCHIVE_ gallery, and photographer Rachel Ireland – Charlotte Karp & Maren Smith

April 2013

Emiline Forster, dancer, choreographer and performance artist of Goodbye Apocalypse – Charlotte Karp

Emma Pike from Kaldor Public Art Projects on 13 Rooms performance art & living sculpture exhibition – Maren Smith

Murray Dahm, opera singer, performer, playwright and artistic director of Wot Opera – Rhys Cohen

Jim Anderson and Francesca Emerson-Foley, on Oz Magazine and a history of obscenity and counter culture – Julian Ramundi

March 2013

Daniel Muggleton and Samuel Kettler, comedians and organisers of Mug & Kettle Comedy open mic at the Record Crate in Glebe – Rhys Cohen

Kath Fries, sculpter, photographer and installation artist whose site-sensitive solo-exhibition Situational is at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery for Art Month – Maren Smith

Paul Williams and JD Reforma, directors of First Draft Gallery tell us about First drAFTER dark – Julian Ramundi

February 2013

Duncan Grahame, actor and playwright whose work Dreams In White ficionalises the Michael Devine scandal, on at Griffin Theatre – Charlotte Karp

Lou Millar, singer, songwriter & poet who has been featured in Voiceworks and Soul Food & Ambient Music Festival – Mathias Watson

January 2013

Rosita Holmes, artist who works in non-representarional collage and is curating three course experiemntal cuisine exerience at the NOW now Festival of Exploratory Music – Charlotte Karp

Liam O’Donoghue & Reuben Holt from Kinema Microcinema & AV Union in Leichhardt – Julian Ramundi

December 2012

David Burrowes, writer & co-director,  and Emily Sheehan, lead actor, of The Drive, webseries parodying community radio – Joel Hagen and Rhys Cohen

Bronsai Watkins and Sy Browne of Golden Orb, apocalyptic hillbilly folk, with live music in the studio – Mathias Watson

Simon Unwin, electronic artist also known as Hence Therefore, with live improv on the OP-1 and bonus tracks – Jessica Flood

November 2012

Jessie Ray, Liv In(the)finite and Nixi from Newtown’s regular jam & slam night Art Party, with live music & poetry – Mathias Watson

Jessica Bellamy & Dan Prichard, playwright & director respectively at Fresh Ink, Australian Theatre for Young People – Rhys Cohen

Bec Dean & Lex Lindsay, festival director & dirty movie curator respectively at SEXES Festival, Performance Space – Julian Ramundi

October 2012

Amy Thornett, ‘Will I need to be photographed naked?’ and the politics of representing female adolescents – Maren Smith

In Transit, local web series co-creator Maddy Butler, actor Nick Richards & director Alistair Wharton – Julian Ramundi

Nut & Butter Thing, live music in the studio and radio debut with this new local funk collective – Joel Hagen & Rhys Cohen

September 2012

Artist Residency Program public forum with Annie Laerkensen, Stephen Fenely & Kate Murray – Mathias Watson

Nick Jarvis from Jurassic Lounge and the Festivalists – Julian Ramundi

Paige Leacy & Jack Nielsen, of Atheist’s Guide to the Galaxy at Sidetrack Theatre – Mathias Watson

Frankie Frain & Keith Sadeck, Sexually Frank, Sydney Underground Film Festival – Charlotte Karp

Katherine Berger, co-director of the Sydney Underground Film Festival – Joel Hagen & Rhys Cohen

August 2012

BrotherFunk, jazz-funk-blues-reggae band from the Blue Mountains – includes free tracks – Charlotte Karp

RJ Williams & Nathan Ho, artists involved in Sidewayz 2012, on recycled snow/skateboards – Mathias Watson

Julian Day, sound artist, Super Critical Mass & An Infinity Room – Joel Hagen & Rhys Cohen

Cat Dibley of PantsGuys Productions on Punk Rock – Juliam Ramundi

July 2012

Averil Yeo and Sally Dulson of the Starlight Children’s Foundation and the Icarus Performance Troupe – Jessica Flood

Justin Cooper, painter and artist of The Gaming Effect – Charlotte Karp

Red Fire Red, local independent band – Joel Hagen & Rhys Cohen

Dominica Nicholls, performance poet and writer of Tales from Drunk Town – Charlotte Karp

June 2012

Skye Loneragan & Candy Royalle, live performance poetry special, Performoetics – Mathias Watson

Alain Gomis, director of SFF film ‘Today’ starring Saul Williams (interview by Justine Poon); Tami Sussman, slam poet – Joel Hagen & Rhys Cohen

Sydney Film Festival bonus interview – Pietra Brettkelly, director of ‘Maori Boy Genius’ – Justine Poon

Sydney Film Festival bonus interview – Steven Maing director of ‘High Tech, Low Life’ – Justine Poon

Arts bonus interview – Ben Vozzo, new media artist of #intheдуьнe – Maren Smith

Arts bonus interview – Peter Nelson, ‘Extensions of a No-Place’ – Maren Smith

Arts bonus interview – Ganga Giri, on world tour ‘Get it Started’ – Maren Smith

Arts bonus interview – Penny Vozniak, director of Sydney Film Festival doco ‘Despite the Gods’ – Maren Smith

Arts bonus interview – Aaron Seeto, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and Variable Truth – Maren Smith

May 2012

Lauren Carroll Harris reviews White Rabbit Gallery – Lauren Carroll Harris

Dimitra Harvey: Poetry, Violence, Dispossession, Colonial Guilt – Charlotte Karp

Nick Keys performs ‘Becoming Otherwise Occupied’ (prod. Lauren Carroll Harris), Iron Sky review – Rhys Cohen

Sprinkles, Street Art and Tattoos – Mathias Watson

Mackenzie Steele, Griffin Theatre & GrifFringe – Rhys Cohen

April 2012

Something Else with Lauren Carroll Harris at Outpsoken poetics: Poetry without the beatniks and berets. Featuring P Smurf of the Daily Meds. – Lauren Carroll Harris

Experimental Music with Romy Caen – Reuben Holt

March 2012

How Festivals Affect Fringe Arts – Joel Hagen

John A. Douglas: Landscapes and Body Fluids – Maren Smith

Carolyn Teo aka Wun Thong: Live sound art special – Maren Smith

Lauren Carroll Harris talks with Jess Cook about 107 Projects: Cardboard kitchens, abandoned warehouses, falling in love at Occupy, and a Microphone Mermaid – Lauren Carroll Harris

February 2012

Branch3D and The Window Series: with Harriet Body and Sarah Nolan – Maren Smith

Persian International Film Festival: with Sanaz Fotouhi & Amin Palangi– Maren Smith

Live storytelling special with Caravan Slam – Lauren Carroll Harris

January 2012

Flickerfest: Kamambo & Nullarbor: with Victoria Goodyear & Alister Lockhart- Maren Smith

December 2011

Gallery 2166: with Angela Stretch – Justine Poon

Star Wars Burlesque and The Great Klepto Debate: with Bridget Hollins, Dr. Ann Deslandes, Pia van Gelder – Maren Smith

November 2011

Bendeguz Devenyi-Botos – Joel Hagen

David Burrowes on the COFA Annual – Joel Hagen

Candy Royalle – TJ’s interview with Candy Royalle about her new shows “Violence” and “Stories by Starlight” – Tanya Johannesen

Harriet Body and the Amazing Rolling Picture Show: with Harriet Body, Emma Pike and Sarah Langdon – Maren Smith

October 2011

Pip Curnow on TAP Gallery & Oxford Arts Festival – Joel Hagen

Go Figure: Shannon Field and Peter Nelson – Maren Smith

Life in Vitro: Lauren Teiko-Bayliss – Maren Smith

Jade Oldfield, Caravan Slam, inc. three of her spoken-word poems. – Justine Poon

September 2011

Astrid Lorange: language, grammar and poetry: Justine Poon

Nigel Sense talks painting & digital media – Lauren Carroll Harris

August 2011

Mark William Jackson and Les Wicks – Justine Poon

Stella Rosa McDonald – Maren Smith

Pam Brown: Jacket 2 – Justine Poon

Contested Territory, Cigdem Aydemir & Brendan Penzer – Maren Smith

July 2011

Eileen Chong: poetry – Justine Poon

Joel Burrows on Music Video & VJing – Maren Smith

Sara Givins: Double Effect – Maren Smith

June 2011

Stuart Cooke, ecopoetics, Allison Browning – Justine Poon

Gabriella Hirst and immersive art – Justine Poon

Pre June 2011 shows can still be found at http://www.mixcloud.com/somethingelse
Please give this some love if you are ever finding yourself longing for some excellent arts listening. Includes interviews with Archibald Prize winner Ben Quilty, Nathan Curnow, Rae Desmond Jones, Kathy Yae, Be Jones, Westside Publications and Adrian Wiggins and more!

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