Category Archive: music

In The Desert With The Church

Somethingyousaid.com pulls the Australian music icons far from the Milky Way, as Chloe Mayne picks the imagination of The Church guitarist, Ian Haug: Hey Ian! Thanks for taking this window of time to… Read More

The Great Escape 2015 – Day Three

The final day at The Great Escape 2015 came around all-too quickly. Harriet Cheney was there once more for somethingyousaid.com: Day three began with the Aussie BBQ – an afternoon showcasing Australian artists… Read More

Album Review: Max Gowan – Big People

Incoming sensation Max Gowan makes the most of his 18 years of experience on this Earth with his debut longplayer, Big People. His songs shine at the seams with an inexpressible youthfulness, and… Read More

Interview: Patrick James gets shit done

This June, Australian songwriter Patrick James will be playing in Sydney and Melbourne to preview songs from his upcoming debut album, including launching brand new single “California Song”. Ruth Hodge had a chat with him: I… Read More

Review: The Weather Station, Loyalty

Toronto-based artist Tamara Lindeman’s third longplayer has just landed. Melissa Barrass checks it out: ‘Loyalty’ kept putting me in and out of sleep. This is not a bad thing at all. It wasn’t from… Read More

The Great Escape – Day Two

With Day One safely navigated, somethingyousaid.com’s Harriet Cheney made her way back for a second helping: My second day of at The Great Escape began at 1pm so I could pack in as much… Read More

Review: Hot Dub Time Machine live in Sydney

Annastasia Robertson got her groove well-and-truly on at The Metro Theatre last Saturday: The venue was packed to the rafters for the final Sydney leg of the Hot Dub Time Machine tour. I wasn’t sure what… Read More

Photos: Klo in Sydney by Phil Erbacher

Having already turned heads across the Australian music scene, Melbourne-based cousins Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul have since generated considerable buzz worldwide and are in the midst of a triumphant European Tour. The duo, known… Read More

Album Review: Surfer Blood – 1000 Palms

Florida’s Surfer Blood rode to our shores with debut Astro Coast in 2010, praised for their Weezer-meets-Morrissey indie-pop. Signed by a major label to release 2013’s Pythons, only for each party to dump… Read More

The Great Escape 2015 – Day One

Harriet Cheney headed down to Brighton for the tenth-anniversary edition of three-day festival, The Great Escape: It was the tenth birthday year of The Great Escape (TGE) and so Europe’s leading festival for… Read More

Album review: Nosaj Thing – Fated

The popularity of the electronically-produced low-fi music genre has given rise to experiments with samples and mixes. Fated is a showcase of the ability of low-fi to create emotion through its arrangement of… Read More

Getting to Know Bryan McPherson

Los-Angeles based, Boston-bred folk-punk troubadour Bryan McPherson is about to release his third album. We asked him to tell us about himself. Here he is, in his own words: My name is Bryan… Read More