Category Archive: music

Review: The Prodigy, The Day Is My Enemy

Somethingyousaid.com’s Chloe Mayne considers the latest offering from the UK legends: I feel as though I should definitely preface this humble sliver of sonic opinion by saying that I’m no Prodigy diehard. If I had… Read More

Holler And Haul Bring The Carnival

Blossoming from the back of a converted ’68 Dodge, Holler and Haul is a travelling carnival that’s bringing lashings of entertainment/good times/great tunes to an Australian backyard near you: The sun sets upon the… Read More

Album Review: Tobias Jesso Jr, Goon

Tobias Jesso Jr is the tall, scruffy, dark-haired musician who could be mistaken for Neil Gaiman at a brisk glance. He is a sweet Canadian singer-songwriter who finds comfort behind a guitar, but… Read More

Live review: Adalita in Melbourne

Adalita’s run of shows at Melbourne’s Gasometer came to a close last week. Somethingyousaid.com’s Adrian Pedić was there to check it out: As the last night of Adalita’s residency, Wednesday night was a showcase… Read More

Album review: Prins Obi, Notions

Chloe Mayne checks out the gorgeous debut record from Greek musician and neo-psychedelic gem Prins Obi: Prins Obi is the adopted moniker of Greek musician George Dimakis. Not only is Dimakis a member of… Read More

Live Review: Pearls at Goodgod in Sydney

Somethingyousaid.com’s Melissa Barrass checked out three Australian acts at Sydney’s Goodgod. Here’s the scoop: In front of a small and intimate crowd, the swirling drawl of an electric guitar hums and buzzes off… Read More

Album Review: Macajey, Let’s Go

Anyone who bases a portion of their musical direction down the road of the Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are already gets major props from us. That is exactly what Californian-born, Estonian-based… Read More

Revisiting: Manic Street Preachers’ Holy Bible

There have been a lot of reminders recently for my generation that we’re getting old. The onward march of time means that records which soundtracked my coming of age – Definitely Maybe, Siamese Dreams,… Read More

Interview: Getting to Know Sky’high

Australia-based Sky’high is a compelling up-n-coming artist emerging within the local Hip-Hop community. We asked her to tell us more about herself. So here she is, in her own words: I am Sky’high… Read More

Future Music Festival Melbourne 2015

It’s 31 degrees and on board the 12:16 train to Flemington racecourse the recycled air is throbbing with youthful anticipation. Groups of young lads and ladies are running up and down the aisles… Read More

Abbey Road Studios extend into education

Always dreamt of a career behind the curtains of the music industry? Well, this could be your opportunity! It’s hard to underemphasise the legendary place that London’s Abbey Road Studios takes in the… Read More

Long Distance Dan – The Other Side of the Sky

Long Distance Dan has been running DJ nights for a while now and his current psychedelic-rock-and-more night “Fuzz Tones” is monthly down in Portsmouth on the South Coast of the UK. Dan even… Read More