When innovative music was the norm

Every now and then my father will email me a Youtube clip of some wildly inspiring live footage from the 1960’s 0r 70s. Be it an obscure yet reverent folk guitarist, such as… Read More

Death Grips – The Money Store album review

It’s rare – in an era when auto-tuned, compressed and uber-processed safety is the bland order of the day – for music to jump out of the stereo and grab you by the… Read More

Deap Vally aim to empower and inspire

Golden Lady gets to grips with the latest buzz band from The States: Deap Vally, a duo hailing from the San Fernando Valley in California, have managed to create a small tidal wave… Read More

the xx at The Metro Theatre in Sydney

The XX returned to Australia last week and treated those lucky enough to snap up a ticket to a performance at the Metro theatre in Sydney. Support act, Flume started the show, despite… Read More

Britany Nola interview – Getting to Know

Bobby Townsend has a chat with model, actress and fellow Something You Said contributor, Britany Nola. You can read his video interview with her by clicking here. Modelling is fun, I suppose. I… Read More

Olly goes to the Weed Shop

Oliver Heath gets his smoke on: I assumed a medical marijauna prescription was difficult to get in LA, a token gesture to avoid the bad press of incarcerating the cancer ward that had… Read More

Where Do We Go Now?

From the creator of Caramel, this is a genuinely charming and inventive film which takes its audience through a spectrum of emotions. The story is thus: In an isolated village, a close-knit group… Read More

Band of Horses – Mirage Rock first listen

We were lucky enough to be invited along to the Sony offices yesterday to have a listen to the upcoming album by Band of Horses. Mirage Rock is their first to be produced… Read More

DJ Vadim to hit up the hip hop party of the summer

The fine folk at Soundcrash are putting on the hip hop party of the season at London’s KOKO on the 18th of August. This event will feature some of the UK’s biggest and… Read More

Skipping Girl Vinegar – Chase The Sun

Check out this excellent video clip. Australian band Skipping Girl Vinegar sent a hobo monkey called Baker to the edge of space, in a low rent spaceship made from foam and gaffa tape.… Read More

Expatriate interview

Carol Bowditch caught up with from Expatriate after the band’s lonnnng period of playing and writing in Europe. We haven’t really heard from the four-piece since their 2007 release, In the Midst of This,… Read More

White Arrows interview

Carol Bowditch chatted to lead singer and founder of White Arrows, Mickey Church, ahead of their new album release and upcoming Australian tour with Jinja Safari and Opossom: Mickey Church is travelling through… Read More