Callum Chynoweth Band – Hope You Know

Today we’re excitedly bringing you the exclusive premiere of the brand spanking new single from the Sydney-based Callum Chynoweth Band. Here’s the scoop: Callum Chynoweth has been singing and writing in bands since he can… Read More

Music Interview: Howling shift and change’s Addy Fong talks to Howling’s RY X about their new longplayer, about their upcoming European tour and about possessing superpowers: Hi guys! Thanks for having a chat with Something You Said. First… Read More

Vivid Sydney Harbour Tour: Ticket Giveaway!

Vivid Sydney, the ever-amazing annual celebration of lights/music/ideas, is just around the corner and, for the first time ever, you can get front row seats to the best of what’s happening around the harbour on an… Read More

Album Review: Mikal Cronin – MCIII

Following Mikal Cronin’s breakthrough pop-powerhouse, MCII, comes MCIII, an album which he has described as “bigger” and, in both sound and ambition, he’s right. Featuring more horn arrangements and a fuller sound, as… Read More

Interview: Music app developer Jonatan Liljedahl

More and more people these days are turning to their iPads to produce music, with hundreds of apps from which to choose. Jonatan Liljedahl is a music app developer who has released the… Read More

Hermitude dance like no-one’s watching

Last Wednesday evening, Australia-based electronic duo Hermitude hosted an exclusive listening party for their new album, Dark Night Sweet Light. We sent Annastasia Robertson along to try out her dance moves: In a nod… Read More

Photos: Groovin The Moo Canberra & Maitland

Australia’s on-the-cusp-of-winter festival, Groovin the Moo, has just done the rounds and we were there to capture all the magic. We sent insanely talented photographers Lauren Engël and Philip Erbacher to Maitland and… Read More

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Quarters

Quarters, King Gizzard’s second album within the space of a year, is a marked departure from their previous release, the eclectic I’m In Your Mind Fuzz. For a start, the appropriately-named Quarters features only… Read More

New Music Review: Taffy, Darkle’s Melissa Barrass checks out the new EP from Tokyo’s dreamy bubblegum-gazers: Two words: Japanese and Shoegaze. That was all it took for me to check out Taffy, a noise-rock reverb-riddled band from… Read More

Lurch & Chief Breathe Under Pressure

Annastasia Robertson talks touring, comfort zones and the creation of a new record with Hayden of psych-rock outfit Lurch & Chief: Hey Lurch & Chief! Thanks for taking the time to chat with… Read More

Film Review: Clouds of Sils Maria

Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart team up in the latest, slow-burning offering from writer/director Olivier Assayas: Clouds of Sils Maria is a film which looks at death, youth, age, self-image and change. It… Read More

Video Premiere: Agnes J Walker & Damian K – Come Home

We’re excited to bring you a video premiere today. This little gem is for the debut single of songwriting duo, Agnes J Walker & Damian K. Come Home is a bit blues, a bit… Read More