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

Somethingyousaid.com’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

Welcome to the Anti Ball Crushing pant

True story. I once went to the pub with a mate of mine called Robin, who’s the lead-singer of an up-n-coming indie band. We purchased beverages and located the table at which our group of… Read More

Sydney Film Festival 2015 – The deets

The ever-awesome Sydney Film Festival announced its programme this morning, along with the movies selected to compete for the Sydney Film Prize. Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming festival… What:  The… Read More

Album review: Speedy Ortiz, Foil Deer

Adrian Pedić reviews the latest longplayer from the Massachusetts-based four-piece: Speedy Ortiz’ third album, Foil Deer, is to grunge what Tame Impala are to psychedelia. That is, taking inspiration from a well-known and well-worn… Read More

Sponsored Video: Mum was right

When you were a kid, you absolutely adored your amazing mum, right? Then you hit your teens and suddenly you became embarrassed/annoyed/mortified by every single thing she did. When you finally moved out… Read More

Festival news: Your Paradise returns

Attention all festival-heads! The boutique island festival ‘Your Paradise’ is back for its second year, taking place on the Fijian island of Malolo Lailai from November 17th–23rd 2015. Better start applying for your… Read More

Album review: Howling, Sacred Ground

Howling’s latest longplayer, Sacred Ground, effortlessly plays as if mimicking clockwork and patterns of time, containing 12 tracks, reflecting the hours on a clock and the number of months in a year. Layered with… Read More

Getting to know Marlon Williams

Melbourne-based New Zealand musician Marlon Williams has just released his first solo LP, which was recorded in his hometown of Lyttelton. We asked him to tell us a bit about himself: I am Marlon Williams, Maori Welshman,… Read More