Wonderfruit promotes social awareness

If, like us, you are forever checking every-flipping-website-possible for cheap flights, then you need to add Thailand in December to your search because Wonderfruit, the country’s first socially and eco-conscious music and arts festival… Read More

FIDLAR learn how to deal with life

LA four-piece FIDLAR today release their sophomore full length album. Courtney Dabb chatted to Zac from the band: Thanks for taking the time out to speak with us at Something You Said. Stoked and Broke… Read More

People, Places, Things Ticket Giveaway!

In conjunction with our friends at Madman Entertainment, we’re giving away ten double-passes to our Australia-based readers to People, Places, Things, the new film starring Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement. We saw… Read More

Interview: Boyz II Men don’t compromise

Having been an RnB powerhouse for over twenty years, Boyz II Men released their album, Collide, in 2014 and are now heading to Australia. Annastasia Robertson grabbed vocalist Shawn Stockman for a chat: Firstly, I… Read More

Pop Up Screens… here for Summer

Fancy watching Ghostbusters, The Shawshank Redemption, Grease, The Shining or Dirty Dancing under the stars in some of London’s most beautiful settings? Now’s your chance: Huddled under the warmth of those you hold… Read More

Is Taylor Swift and Her Squad Problematic?

Rhosian Woolridge considers Taylor Swift’s “exercise in cognitive dissonance that borders on pseudo-feminism.” Crikey… “You already know” said Ice Cube before awarding Taylor Swift with a shiny little Moon Man yesterday. Of course,… Read More

Art Interview: Bans Illustration

My love affair with Bans Illustration started like all modern day romances – on Instagram. The bright, perky and visually comical presence dominated my feed amongst a sea of selfies and aerial food… Read More

Interview: Tumbleweed embrace the beauty

Twenty years after the original release of album ‘Galactaphonic’, Australian rockers Tumbleweed have reissued it as ‘SuperGalactaphonic’, which collects the original 13 track album and expands it to a sprawling 34 track celebration. They’re also… Read More

Frank Turner, Positive Songs for Negative People

Positive Songs for Negative People is the awaited sixth full-length album from UK punk poet Frank Turner. The album is a whole lot of everything, if that makes sense? The massive 22 track… Read More

THE MULTIPLICITY OF ONE: EMBODYING PLATO’S CAVE

Looking at Plato’s infamous Cave once again feels like coming full circle, a six-year orbit that’s left my eyes hanging open and the space between them much looser, particles brushing past one another… Read More

Live review: Mollusc Tape Launch

Melbourne-based two-piece Mollusc recently launched their new tape at The Grace Darling, with support from Vacuum, Karli White and Subjects. We were there to check it out: I walked in to a freak-beat-strobe-drone… Read More

Last Dinosaurs: Interview and playlist

Brisbane’s Last Dinosaurs release their hotly anticipated second LP ‘Wellness’ this week. We chat to lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Sean Caskey about the record, about their upcoming tour and about… erm… throwing poo. We… Read More