Review: Yo La Tengo – Stuff Like That There

After thirteen albums the Hoboken, New Jersey legends Yo La Tengo return with an album of cover versions, reworked originals and a handful of new tunes. The follow-up to 2013’s excellent Fade, Stuff… Read More

Soap Nuts are here to clean your jeans

Dutch-based denim brand, Denham, has recently unveiled a bespoke line of intriguing/naughty sounding “Soap Nuts” which are launching in Australia this September. Fear not though, these nuts are nothing saucy, but rather they are… Read More

Getting to Know The Tommyhawks

Western Australia-based fourpiece, The Tommyhawks, are touring this September and October in support of their debut EP. We asked them to tell us about themselves: We are Axe, Ness, Thea, Jess. ‘We’re All Meat… Read More

Review: The debut LP from Dianas

Rhosian Woolridge checks the debut longplayer from Perth-based Dianas: Don’t get me wrong, I love nostalgia as much as the next person. I truly believe ‘Survivor’ by Destiny’s Child is one of the… Read More

Cheers Mate! A visit to Batch Brewing Co

If you haven’t heard, microbreweries are all the rage right now. Yes, while craft beer has been a long-established tradition, it is gaining more popularity. Today it is a distinguishing factor in taking… Read More

Album Review: Gold Class, It’s You

From the minute your ears clasp onto the opening track of “It’s You”, the debut longplayer from Melbourne’s Gold Class, you can hear why there have been comparisons to The Smiths and Joy Division,… Read More

Craig Finn – Faith in the Future

Faith in the Future is the second album from Craig Finn, frontman and songwriter of the Brooklyn-based rockers The Hold Steady. Taking a brief break from his bandmates, Finn travelled to Woodstock to… Read More

Astral People Fourth Birthday at ibis Hotel

On the weekend, Australian legends Astral People ​celebrated their fourth birthday in style, with a secret (and ace) shindig in an underground car park in the heart of Sydney. With turns from some of the country’s most hot emerging… Read More

Film Review: Kill Me Three Times

Kill Me Three Times, directed by Kriv Stenders, opens with this pleasantly-worded opening line, ‘Fuck me. I can’t believe I’m going to die in this place.’ The explosive expletive uttered by Simon Pegg… Read More

Live Review: Methyl Ethel in Sydney

If you happen to love modest and dreamy Australian pop-rock and didn’t catch Methyl Ethel and support acts on Thursday night, you may as well just question your whole existence. Collectively, Methyl Ethel, Phantastic Ferniture,… Read More

Wonderfruit promotes social awareness

If, like us, you are forever checking every-flipping-website-possible for cheap flights, then you need to add Thailand in December to your search because Wonderfruit, the country’s first socially and eco-conscious music and arts festival… Read More

FIDLAR learn how to deal with life

LA four-piece FIDLAR today release their sophomore full length album. Courtney Dabb chatted to Zac from the band: Thanks for taking the time out to speak with us at Something You Said. Stoked and Broke… Read More