Category Archive: album

Something You Said’s top 20 albums of 2016

It’s that time of the year where we tally up our favourite albums. Here are the LPs that have been on high rotation.


Album Review: Drapht – Seven Mirrors

Drapht recently returned to the spotlight with the release of his fifth full length album, Seven Mirrors. We give it a listen.


Album Review: Warpaint – Heads Up

Excitingly, Warpaint are back with a new full-length offering. We got Harriet Cheney to give it a listen. Here’s what she thought of it.


Gold Panda – Good Luck And Do Your Best

Gold Panda’s latest instalment, Good Luck And Do Your Best, is a 60 minute trip on a synthesised magic carpet.


Review: Hannah Georgas – For Evelyn

For Evelyn, the third studio album from Canadian singer/songwriter Hannah Georgas, is equal parts brave and vulnerable.


First Listen! Lucy Roleff – This Paradise

We are absolutely delighted to exclusively premiere the debut solo album from Melbourne folk artist Lucy Roleff.


Review: The Stone Foxes – Twelve Spells

Twelve Spells is the fourth full length LP from The Stone Foxes. Twelve, and takes them into the more psychedelic side of bluegrass.


Album review: Max Gowan – Mass Transit

A year after his exceptional and mature debut, Max Gowan has followed up with an album that is deeper and more thoughtful.


Music Review: Nearly Oratorio – Tin

Melbourne-based musician Simon Lam, otherwise known as Nearly Oratio, has recently dropped his new EP. Here are our thoughts.


Review: The Murlocs – Young Blindness

Immerse yourself in amongst the sounds of Melbourne based band The Murlocs, who have released another album, Young Blindness.


Album Review: Dead Skeletons ‘Live in Berlin’

Diving into the psychedelic swimming pool, Chloe Mayne spins the latest offering from the cult Icelandic trio.


Album Review: United Crushers – Poliçia

Rhosian Woolridge checks out the latest longplayer from Poliçia, and finds something brave. But is it any good though?