Ásgeir live at The Metro, Sydney

Harriet Cheney checked out Icelandic singer/songwriter Ásgeir’s debut visit to Australia: I had high expectations from this gig as Ásgeir’s debut album released in English earlier this year was a lush serving of superb… Read More

SBTRKT, NEW DORP. NEW YORK – New Music

Exciting news!  Vowel-free producer and songwriter SBTRKT is back. The Londoner this week hit us with deets of his new LP. Wonder Where We Land drops in September via and we’ve just been given a cheeky taste of… Read More

Possible Worlds US & Canadian Film Festival

The 9th Possible Worlds US & Canadian Film Festival showcases some of the best new independent cinema from those countries and is heading back to Australia in August. Damon Collum has a chat to Festival Director Mathieu… Read More

Getting To Know Gena Rose Bruce

Melbourne-based singer/songwriter Gena Rose Bruce has recently been turning heads with her excellent new single ‘Blazing Radio’. We asked her to tell us about herself: I am new to all this music thing,… Read More

Wax Witches – Centre Of Your Universe

Stuck in my sweltering apartment, listening to Wax Witches’ new album, Centre Of Your Universe, I want nothing more than to be on a roadtrip somewhere on the West Coast. No wonder! This… Read More

Breaking up with American Apparel

When you write a break-up letter and don’t hear back you know it’s really over, as somethingyousaid’s Oliver Heath discovers: We were done, and I’d decided to pull the plug in a letter,… Read More

Pepa Knight – Music Interview

Carol Bowditch chats to Jinja Safari’s Pepa Knight, who is creating a mature solo sound and capturing the attention of audiences worldwide. Your debut single ‘Rahh’ was really well received internationally, how do you feel… Read More

OFF Festival’s must-see acts

Somethingyousaid.com’s Lisa Says is already looking forward to the Off Festival. Here she shares her very own selection of must-see acts: Already in its eighth edition, Off Festival takes place the first three… Read More

Getting to Know Ed Rome – Interview

Multi-instrumentalist Ed Rome creates awesome music which spans Reggae, Ska, Acoustic, World and Blues. We asked him to tell us a little more about himself: I am a 35-year-old music obsessive. I write… Read More

The Keeper Of Lost Causes – Film review

Somethingyousaid.com’s J. Alistair Darcy battles some seriously aggressive lifts en route to checking out Danish movie “Kvinden i buret”: Initially, I wasn’t so sure I was going to make it to the preview screening at… Read More

Röyksopp and Robyn Do It Again

Röyksopp and Robyn have just unleashed the brilliant new video for Do It Again, the first single to be taken from their critically-acclaimed mini-album of the same name. The black and white clip was shot in Mexico by… Read More

Slow Club, Complete Surrender – Review

Sheffield duo Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor, otherwise known as Slow Club, return with their third LP, Complete Surrender. Once again, the record displays the band’s varied spectrum of influences which range from Frankie Valli… Read More