Category Archive: music

Interview: Gideon Bensen is excited

The Preatures’ Gideon Bensen is set to release his highly-anticipated solo EP this Friday and will celebrate its launch with shows in Sydney/Melbourne. We caught up with him to find out more: Hey… Read More

Mona Foma is a beautiful monster

As Hobart’s now-legendary audio-visual carnival sweeps back through town, Chloe Mayne guides us through the strange and beautiful maze that was: Ah, Mona Foma, my old friend. We’ve grown into and around one… Read More

Album review: The Jezabels – Synthia

Australian indie rockers, The Jezabels, will release their third LP next week in a bittersweet fashion. Synthia will be released as the band’s keyboardist, Heather Shannon, undergoes treatment for ovarian cancer. From the first beat… Read More

We can’t wait for Reverence Valada

Wow! Is it really that time again, already? The first line-up announcement for the 2016 instalment of Portugal’s Reverence Valada has left us grinning like Cheshire cats. Here’s Ian Robertson to explain why: I had… Read More

Review: Sunflower Bean – Human Ceremony

This may be a big call, but if David Lynch’s upcoming Twin Peaks series were to feature a soundtrack of dreamy indie artists, Sunflower Bean could understandably take a slot. The three piece… Read More

Secret Garden Party announces Caribou

We’re massive fans of The Secret Garden Party, the independently-spirited UK summer Festival set in Cambridgeshire, 70 miles out of central London. And what has made us even bigger fans of the East… Read More

Free Download: Kid Kenobi x Pretty Shady

You may recall we’ve featured Pretty Shady – the social awareness campaign encouraging young Australians to help stop skin cancer one summer at a time – numerous times before at Something You Said. We… Read More

Photos: Sydney Weather 1, Tex Perkins 0.

Following a triumphant opening-night performance by Courtney Barnett, we were excited to return to Twilight at Taronga this Saturday evening for a performance by the legendary Tex Perkins. Far From Folsom featuring Tex… Read More

Courtney Barnett at Twilight at Taronga

Sydney’s Twilight at Taronga series of summer gigs launched last night with a sold-out performance from Grammy nominee Courtney Barnett. Now in its 21st year, Twilight at Taronga takes place on the concert lawns of the… Read More

Video Premiere: The Attics – Not Like

We’re excited to bring in the weekend by premiering the new video from The Attics, for their single, ‘Not Like’. With sparse verses, minimal beats, wonky bass lines and a catchy chorus, the song is something… Read More

Getting To Know Imogen Clark

Rising alt-country troubadour Imogen Clark recently dropped ‘Take Me For A Ride’ the first single/video from her eagerly-anticipated debut album. We asked her to tell us a little about herself:  I am a singer/songwriter, tea… Read More

Live Review: Falls Festival Marion Bay

Since joining Lorne in 2003, Tasmania’s edition of Falls Festival has been a popular option for anyone wanting to celebrate New Year’s Eve on the Apple Isle. Aside from potential anxiety for those… Read More