Europa Report DVD Giveaway

Thanks to our buddies at eOne Hopscotch, we’re giving away five copies of must-see sci fi thriller Europa Report FOR FREE to our Australia based readers. Europa Report is a unique blend of documentary, alternative history and science… Read More

New Electric Ride, Balloon Age – Review

If the Mad Hatter had a little gramophone perched on the end of his tea-party table, the sounds emanating from it would have been something like the debut longplayer from Sunderland/London-based quartet New Electric… Read More

MBFW Australia 2014: model casting

If you’ve noticed that Sydney is currently awash with intimidatingly tall and insanely beautiful people, it’s because Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia gets underway tomorrow. We’ll be covering plenty of the goings-on, so… Read More

The Standard Bowl opens its doors

On Wednesday night in Sydney, we were treated to the VIP launch of The Standard’s latest incarnation. The Standard Bowl. The ticketed live music venue has reinvented itself to become a commitment-free bar with… Read More

Interview: UK-based artist SNUB23

In his first interview of 2014, renowned UK-based artist SNUB23 speaks to somethingyousaid.com’s 25ThC about himself, his work and the future: Who are you? I’m still trying to work that out myself, if… Read More

The Trouble with Templeton & Kodaline

Ahead of their upcoming UK headlining tour in May, Brisbane indie outfit, The Trouble With Templeton hit Sydney’s Metro Theatre on Wednesday night, supporting Irish tween heartthrobs, Kodaline at a sold out, all-ages… Read More

Reasons Facebook makes us Cray Cray

Laura Ghafoor explains the reasons that Facebook drives us abso-bloody-lutely mental: It makes us say things like “cray cray.” This is Not Acceptable, but apparently okay in the social media arena. It makes… Read More

Twelve Foot Ninja live in Sydney, review & photos

Photographer/reviewer Heather Vousden headed along to catch Twelve Foot Ninja’s “Troll Burger” Tour: Arriving at Sydney University’s Manning Bar, I was welcomed with the sound of deep, low frequency bass bellowing from the… Read More

Steve Smyth interview and new video

Our Editor Bobby catches up with Australia-based musician and all-round legend, Steve Smyth: Howdy Steve! Last time we saw each other was at Coogee Beach, when you emerged from the sea like an… Read More

Sticky Fingers live in Sydney – review

Laying down jams tighter than a tiger in spandex, rocking cricket shorts, sunglasses inside and shirts completely unbuttoned; Sticky Fingers are more legit than the word itself. James Jamhound Booker checked them out live… Read More

Things that shouldn’t be awesome but are

Last week, we told you the things that shouldn’t annoy us but absolutely do. To counterbalance this and to illustrate that our contributors aren’t merely a bunch of miseries/moaners/haters, here’s a collection of… Read More

Grayson Gilmour, Infinite Life! – Review

Grayson Gilmour comes from the exciting and densely-bubbling musical pot that is New Zealand’s quirky capital, Wellington. It’s been four years since we last heard from Gilmour, who, after the release of No… Read More