Category Archive: music

A Young Person’s Guide To Kyle Bobby Dunn

Before researching Kyle Bobby Dunn’s A Young Person’s Guide to Kyle Bobby Dunn, I never knew there was a genre known as “drone”. It’s not exactly a term that fills me with confidence.… Read More

Night Surgeon review

Jonjon gives his opinion on the offering from Portland’s electro duo, Night Surgeon: I love electro pop but I can’t recommend Night Surgeon. I’m not sure when bands and producers decided the best… Read More

Hannah Peel – The Broken Wave

We recently interviewed the lovely Hannah Peel. If that whetted your appetite to hear more from her (and why wouldn’t it?) then the exciting news for you is that her debut album is… Read More

Getting To Know Ploi Horwang

When Bobby met Ploi Tucked away in the corner of a cute little bar in Bangkok, Something You Said shared a few quick words with Ploi Horwang, one half of awesome electro-pop duo The… Read More

Getting To Know… Hannah Peel

  I would describe my sound as something completely different to what everyone else thinks. Isn’t that always the way? I write a lot of songs about death but they are disguised so… Read More

Getting To Know… Zara Taylor

SYS went all the way to India to have a chat with Zara Taylor. She tells us about her music, her cooking and how you might see her walking around in her PJs:… Read More

Talvin Singh at Blue Frog in Mumbai

After winning the Mercury Prize, Talvin Singh seemed to drop off the radar for a few years, so it was nice to see him pop up as the host of his own two-night… Read More

Uffie – Sex Dreams & Denim Jeans

If Pop The Glock, the autotuned opener of Uffie’s Sex Dreams & Denim Jeans, sounds dated, that’s because it was first realeased over four years ago. God knows why it has taken so… Read More

Getting to Know… Howl at the Moon

SYS saw Howl at the Moon play a great show at MUM, the Friday night indie shindig at Sydney’s World Bar. We liked what we saw so much that we asked singer Katie and… Read More

Whipped Cream Chargers

I would describe Whipped Cream Chargers’ sound as a cacophony of eager Princes, some more desperate than others, wooing Rapunzel, Zelda and the ghost of Princess Diana down from their share-house/ivory-tower/maxi-pad for spliffs… Read More

Changing Lanes Festival

        After much wrangling with the local council, Sunday saw the inaugural Changing Lanes Festival in Sydney’s Newtown. With cheap-as-chips tickets selling out in a heartbeat, the event’s debut was… Read More

Steven Nistor interview

American musician Steven Nistor performed on the breathtaking Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse album. We talk to him about how the album was put together, the legal wrangles that followed and the loss of his… Read More