Category Archive: music

Gregory Alan Isakov at The Prince Albert

There’s always something magical about a small gig in small room; the kind of intimate show where getting up for a sneaky beer or a bathroom break would be completely crass. When the… Read More

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis – Smoking in Heaven

We make no secret of the fact that we love the shit out of England’s Kitty, Daisy & Lewis here at Something You Said. When we reviewed their debut album on our old… Read More

War Child Charity Gig

In the decadent and opulent world of fashion, the chance to give something back is always met with enthusiasm, creativity and of course, style. Brighton Fashion Week is no exception. The event? A… Read More

Mulatu Astatke at The Komedia in Brighton

An Ethiopian legend of jazz was in Brighton last week. 25ThC was so inspired that he left the gig wanting to learn the trumpet: You may not have heard of the Ethiopian Jazz… Read More

Sufjan Stevens at Brighton’s Great Escape

Undoubtedly one of the main draws of the Great Escape this year, Sufjan Stevens played to a long-since sold out Dome on the final night of the festival. Andy James went along for… Read More

Cloud Control own Thursday’s Great Escape

Brighton on a sunny Thursday played host to The Great Escape, where loads of bands descend on the city for three days of utter madness. Early on, PVT sure sounded great from where… Read More

Yuck’s debut is fresh and exciting

Hailing from London and including Daniel Blumberg and Max Bloom, both of whom used to be in Cajun Dance Party, Yuck land on the indie scene sounding at times like they hail from… Read More

Get To Know Chicks Who Love Guns

I would describe Chicks Who Love Guns’ sound as something that spawned from boredom, then evolved into something a little more thought out. It’s got a real brash element to it which is… Read More

The Strokes’ Angles offers disappointment

I had a disagreement with some fellow music critics once about the impact The Strokes had on the indie music world. It was largely over my claim that their arrival changed everything. It’s… Read More

Get to Know Erin Marshall

Sydney musician and all round lovely human being, Erin Marshall, talks to us about her music, her home city and how David Bowie’s tights really scared the heck out of her when she was a kid.… Read More

Sleigh Bells live

Any relatively hard-working music reviewer sees a whole lotta live acts in the course of a year. Some are good, some are not. Almost always, their sets are toooooooo lonnnnng (I’m looking at… Read More

The Bravery at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

  You have to feel a bit sorry for The Bravery. Massively hyped in late 2004 and 2005, they were one of the pioneers of the sound that has come to currently dominate… Read More