Haldern Pop Festival: Who not to miss

Set in the heart of the countryside of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s legendary small-and-staying-that-way festival Haldern Pop is about to blossom upon the pastures for the thirty-first time. Its roots reach down to an… Read More

The Dictators NYC – Live in Vienna

Somethingyousaid.com’s Julia Boyle checks out the cutest bromance in rock’n’roll: If you remember my review of the Night Beats show here in Vienna, you might already have some sort of picture in your head… Read More

New Music: Astronauts, etc. – Fuss

Oakland-based artist Anthony Ferraro, better known as Astronauts, etc. unleashes his new single Fuss off the upcoming EP Sadie, which is due out in September on Hit City USA. A dreamy blend of psych-pop,… Read More

Gretel Scarlett interview

Gretel Scarlett is currently playing the lead-role of Sandy in the Australian tour of Grease The Musical and, after electrifying seasons in Brisbane and Sydney, Grease is now showing at Her Majesty’s Theatre in… Read More

Interview: Jared Cohn on Buddy Hutchins

We talk to writer/director/actor Jared Cohn (pictured, below) about his new movie, Buddy Hutchins, which stars a particularly unhinged Jamie Kennedy and a chainsaw: Hey Jared! How did the idea for Buddy Hutchins… Read More

China and institutionalised amnesia

I’m standing at exit A of the Second Worker’s Cultural Palace metro station and it’s 3pm. All the details are correct, I’ve checked three times in the last 15 minutes. Sweat is sliding… Read More

Meredith Music Festival 2014

With Meredith Music Festival announcing The War on Drugs as its first performer, and with the ballot still open, somethingyousaid.com’s Neika Lehman starts to get excited: What’s the best thing about music and… Read More

Slowdive in Singapore – Live Review

Singapore-based Something You Said correspondent, Desmond Chan, checked out Slowdive who are touring in their original lineup after a 20-year hiatus [long live the 90s]: Lately, Singapore has seen a real boom in… Read More

Getting to Know Jakubi – Music interview

Melbourne-based five-piece Jakubi are about to embark on a massive 35-date tour of America. Before they head off, we asked them to tell us about themselves: We are two brothers, two cousins and a… Read More

Andy Bull digs a little deeper – Interview

Sydney-based musician Andy Bull has just released his latest longplayer, ‘Sea of Approval’ and is hitting the road in September. Melissa Oey had a chat with him to find out more: Sea of Approval is noted… Read More

Cashmere Cat at MoMA’s PS1 series – Photos

On Saturday afternoon, Norwegian musician, producer and DJ/turntablist, Cashmere Cat, performed at the Museum of Modern Art in Long Island City, NY, as part of MoMA’s PS1 series. A New York summer staple for nearly… Read More

Newy: God’s (forgotten) country?

Ruth Hodge explains why Newcastle is awesome: Look at all you busy city people with those smirks on your faces. “Newy, God’s Country?” you pssshh, readjusting your arm that is currently being squashed… Read More