Photos: MØ and Elliphant in Sydney

Here at, we’ve been fans of Danish singer/songwriter, Karen Marie Ørsted, better known as MØ, for a long time. So we couldn’t wait to catch her fantastic brand of synth-pop in action… Read More

Sunglasses to suit your face shape

You know how sunglasses always look fabulous when other people wear them but on your weirdly-shaped head, they make you look like a drug dealer/sex offender? Well it’s all due to your face shape. So,… Read More

Interview: Lara Goldie rolls with the punches

Australia-born, New York-based actress Lara Goldie has a chat with’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

Interview: Oh Mercy talk about love

Having recently released their new longplayer, When We Talk About Love, Oh Mercy are hitting the road in August/September. We talk to singer/songwriter Alex Gow to find out more: Hi Alex and thanks for… Read More

Interview: Blend Mishkin is excited’s 25ThC is a big fan of Blend Mishkin and regularly plays out his tracks when he DJs, so he chatted with him about his new album, “Survival of the Fittest”, his recording techniques… Read More

Foodie Secrets for Secret Foodies

Heads-up food lovers! The Sydney and Melbourne dining scenes are keeping a secret. And is about to let you in on it. Amanda Chebatte tells you more: With an aim to bring an… Read More

Good Greef helps Save the Reef

Good Greef. We’ve all witnessed it. The party aftermath. The carnage of rubbish scattered across the living room as if bodies piling up like a traumatic depiction of a post-apocalyptic movie scene. Outta control. Now… Read More

Photos: Azealia Banks live in Sydney

New York-based rapper Azealia Banks played a sold-out Splendour side-show to a mesmerised and fervent audience at Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Friday. Backed by a live drummer, a DJ and a couple of… Read More

Track by Track with Dear Plastic

Melbourne-based five-piece Dear Plastic recently released their critically-acclaimed debut album, “The Thieves Are Babes” on vinyl. So we thought it was the perfect opportunity to ask them to talk us through it, track… Read More

Label of Love: Lost and Lonesome

As the Label of Love celebrations at Melbourne’s Shadow Electric Bandroom continue to rumble, we chat with the next purveyors of independent sonica, Lost and Lonesome: First of all, would you like to introduce… Read More

Video Premiere: Tin Lion, Whatever Works

Today we’re excited to premiere the new video from Collingwood-based musician, Jesse Fultone, otherwise known as Tin Lion. Originally from Western Australia, the artist is set to release an EP entitled “Secrets”, from which this new track,… Read More

Perhaps – Prison, by Rose Ashton

While watching yet another movie about people in prison, Sydney artist and Something You Said contributor Rose Ashton felt moved to pen some words about imprisonment, about the plight of refugees, about their… Read More