Category Archive: music

Review: Dorsal Fins – Mind Renovations

Expect nothing normal from the release of the debut album from Melbourne-based Dorsal Fins, a quirky and vibrant 10-piece, on the periphery of tentative indie-pop. Oozing with innovation, Mind Renovations embodies some interesting… Read More

Angus & Julia Stone go to The Chapel

After a three-year hiatus, Samsung Electronics Australia are resurrecting the legendary music program Live at the Chapel, to celebrate the launch of their new digital radio streaming service, Milk Music. Excitingly, they’re doing so with the… Read More

Conor Oberst Taronga ticket giveaway!

The somethingyousaid.com team never needs much of an excuse to venture to the zoo. So when we discovered that not one, but TWO of our favourite acts of ALL-TIME are performing at Taronga… Read More

Music Interview: Adalita is in residency

Adalita has been on the Australian music scene since 1991, with the formation of the highly-acclaimed Magic Dirt. As well as playing in the seminal Australian band, she launched a successful solo career… Read More

Review: José Gonzáles – Vestiges & Claws

Swedish indie-folk singer/songwriter José Gonzáles is back with a new longplayer, entitled Vestiges & Claws. Felix Englund Örn checks it out: “Idle as a wave, moving out at sea Cruising without sound, moulding what’s to… Read More

Secret Garden Party announces line-up

If the seemingly interminable British winter is enveloping you in melancholy, then why not start preparing for the annual two-weeks of summertime that you can look forward to at the end of July.… Read More

Interview: DZ Deathrays let loose

Matt Lengren caught up with Simon Ridley, one-half of Brisbane-based DZ Deathrays (and one-twelfth of the band he and DZs bandmate Shane Parsons founded, Velociraptor) – to see what he was up to… Read More

Video Premiere: Foreign Architects – Clover

It’s almost the freakin weekend and to celebrate we are bringing you an exclusive video Premiere. Check out the excellent clip from Perth-based indie-poppers, Foreign Architects. New single Clover is set to be unleashed… Read More

Mountain Sounds – review and photos

Melissa Barrass and Damon Collum headed to the boutique/sustainable Australian festival, based on the Central Coast of New South Wales: For a small-scale festival, Mountain Sounds surely packs a punch. With a formidable and… Read More

Interview: Guttermouth give it 110 percent

Guttermouth vocalist Mark Adkins talks to Courtney Dabb ahead of the California-based punk band’s upcoming Australian tour: Hi Mark. Thanks for taking the time out to speak with us at Something You Said. You have been… Read More

Music interview: Shaka Loves You

Jellyfunk Allstars are renowned for putting on amazing parties featuring The Funk Hunters and Skiitour. This Saturday they present Glasgow’s finest funky/mash-up production duo Shaka Loves You, at Maxims in Eastbourne, East Sussex in… Read More

Kate Miller-Heidke shares her air

Australian songstress Kate Miller-Heidke is back with a brand spanking new recording of Share Your Air, which sees singer/songwriter Andy Burrows join in on vocal duties. The single was recorded exclusively for the UK version of her… Read More