Category Archive: photography

Britany Nola in NYC – Photo Gallery

On the week of Something You Said’s first birthday celebrations, we consider it only fitting that we feature New York-based model and actress, Britany Nola. Britany has written for the site, we’ve interviewed her a couple of… Read More

Photos: Haim and Alpine in Sydney

The “Three sisters and a mister” that constitute Haim might have been shaking Los Angeles to its very foundations for over four years, but this year they’ve gone totally mega-global. Glastonbury Festival was… Read More

Photos: Kirin J Callinan for 2ser Radio

Right, we’re prolly gonna have to change the name of our website from Something You Said to welovekirinjcallinan.com. Earlier this week, when we posted the Sydneysider’s latest video clip, we admitted that in… Read More

Boston stays strong, never forgets

Nearly two months after the Boston Marathon bombings, the memorial near the site of the blasts continues to expand. Wellwishers, mourners, vistors and locals place flowers, signs, running shoes and teddy bears to… Read More

The Growl high-five Friday night

Gooching, Growling and Garbage Can drumming – Just another Friday night at Brighton Up Bar. So Friday nights. They’re for throwing up arms in excitable fits of freedom. Your eyes are wide and… Read More

DJ Cam interview

Seminal Hip Hop Producer DJ Cam will be performing an ultra-rare London DJ set on the 27th October at The Forum in support of a stellar line up which includes The Herbaliser, Belleruche… Read More

Olly goes side-of-stage with The Art

Something You Said’s Oliver Heath recently made the video for The Art’s new single. After which he joined them on their tour, where… well… he went a bit Kate Moss: I’ve got a soft spot… Read More

Angelo Kehagias takes you to another world

We love a good art exhibition at Something You Said. Truth be told, we don’t mind a bad one so long as we can have a couple of glasses of complimentary wine while… Read More

LEGO recreates some of Australia’s top moments

From the excitement of creating new worlds to the shooting pain up your leg when you stood on a rogue piece in bare feet, LEGO is an integral part of every kid’s childhood.… Read More

Double Ended Telephone Kiosks, a photo series

Double Ended Telephone Kiosks by 25ThC There are only a few things left that symbolise Britain and one of them is the famous red telephone kiosk. When I was a teenager, before mobile… Read More

Sui Zhen in Sydney, some photographs

The lovely Sui Zhen, aka Becky Freeman, invited Something You Said to her show in Sydney last week, so we popped along to take some snaps. It was a wonderful gig, as the talented… Read More

Prague through a cheap Soviet Lomo

Joe Waters hits the streets of Praha with a trusty Lomo in his hand: As a half-arsed attempt to take up a hobby (other than beer consumption) here in Prague, I picked up… Read More