Interview: The Voice’s Kiyomi Vella

We first chanced upon the beautiful Kiyomi Vella on the Australian version of The Voice. The singer with baubles in her hair brought a welcomed dosage of quirk to the programme and we… Read More

Opinion: Abbott’s real and present danger considers the danger of the Australian Prime Minister denying a quarter of a Century’s research linking climate change to bush fires:  It’s been one full week since a menacing cloud of smoke descended… Read More

Live Review: MGMT in London

Psychedelic warriors, MGMT, have officially crossed the rainbow mountain. Alien Days, the first song lifted from latest, self-titled longplayer, is a gentle and melodic reminder of just what makes these Brooklyn boys so ultimately… Read More

How to go to a festival and not be a fuckwit

Going to a festival is HARD WORK. There’s set times to balance, spastic weather conditions to endure, potent beverages to be consumed in dangerous quantities, police dogs to avoid, fake tan to be… Read More

Film review: Don’t miss Mystery Road

Mystery Road is a brooding psychological thriller set in North Western New South Wales, starring an all-star Australian cast led by Aaron Pederson, Hugo Weaving, Ryan Kwanten, Tasma Walton, Jack Thompson and David… Read More

Fashion: Madeline Kragh’s favourite looks

We recently interviewed New York-based model Madeline Kragh and were so impressed with her that we asked to her to join the team. Here she gives us an introduction to her own blog… Read More

Music Interview: Caomhe makes jaws drop

In November last year, I found myself sitting on the floor of an old, converted stable in Camden, London. My jaw had dropped, my body had erupted into goosebumps and every single person… Read More

Six things that scare Jesse Willesee

He’s presenting Sydney’s craziest Halloween party again this year – complete with a multi-level interactive haunted house packed with an asylum full of bloody murderers, hip-hop witches and twerking zombies on the prowl.… Read More

Exclusive! Alex Watts & the Foreign Tongue

Here at Something You Said, we love an exclusive almost as much as we love a collaboration, so we’re especially excited to premiere a unique collaboration between Swedish beatmaker Lars Rosenblad and Australian rock… Read More

Travel: Rome is a wonder to be seen

After a few days negotiating myself around the canals of Venice and the super-charged Biennale, I journeyed south on a fast train to Rome. The gentle lapping of water and gondolier singers were… Read More

‘Raw’ A&R Records Indie Song Comp

Always keen to discover the brightest new talent, The A&R Department are on the lookout for fresh Australian musical meat. They’re running a musical competition for unsigned indie acts to get their time… Read More

Live Review: AlunaGeorge in Sydney

AlunaGeorge’s excellent set at Sydney’s Listen Out was closely followed by the obligatory sideshow, this time at Oxford Art Factory. I therefore spent the week largely hustling for AlunaGeorge tickets, going to see… Read More