Helping the Homeless in Brighton’s good friend, model Tess Dimos, spends some time in the company of Brighton’s homeless: Walking past a beggar in the street. Dirty, glazed-eyed & hungry. We’ve all done it. “Just keep walking”… Read More

The Top 5 Electro tracks/albums of 2013

While tallying up the contributors’ End of Year polls (results coming soon), we noticed a distinct lack of electro music within the Best Song and Best Album categories. So we thought we’d… Read More

Film Review: Philomena is a must see’s Colin Delaney discovers a charming story of love and loss: Philomena is the story of a good Irish Catholic mother Philomena Lee (Judi Dench) who enlists cynical journalist Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan)… Read More

The 10 Biggest TV Moments of 2013

We’re currently tallying up our contributors’ top ten television programmes of the year thus far. Results coming soon. In the meantime, Josephine Rozenberg-Clarke offers up some of the most jaw-dropping individual TV moments… Read More

A vegetarian’s guide to Barcelona’s Koren Helbig gives a heads-up on the best places to get your vegetarianism on in Barca: So you’re a herbivore, dreaming of a visit to sunny and meat-obsessed Spain… but just a little… Read More

Sydney’s best songs of 2013…

In the build-up to revealing its songs, albums, films and television shows of the year, Bianca Cornale gets us in the mood by offering up her personal selection of best tunes from… Read More

Ranking The Fast & Furious films

If, like us at, you’re a fan of film or pop-culture in general, then you’ve obviously heard of the tragic death of actor Paul Walker in November. Just 40 years old, the actor… Read More

Music: Emily & The Woods, Helios

It’s refreshing to have a very palatable folk-indie act drop into the Something You Said inbox on a dreary weekday afternoon. Not least because London-based musicmaker, Emily & The Woods, offers relief from the… Read More

Le Guess Who? Days Three and Four’s Carol Bowditch concludes her time in Utrecht with bloody feet: After a lengthy visit to a ‘very nice’ ‘coffee shop’ I stopped by Kapitaal, a gallery space/retailer of art nick-nacks and one… Read More

Skateboarding’s Identity Crisis

Ever since the birth of skateboarding in the ʻ60s, the now trendy bastard-child of surf(board?)ing has been riddled with the notion of identity and has escalated into a full-blown identity crisis faced by… Read More

How to survive Winter Wonderland

When Dean Martin sang ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’ all those years ago, I’m 100% certain he did not have the annual Hyde Park festivities in mind; hundreds of overpriced Bratwurst stalls, stands… Read More

Arcade Fire, They Kind of Matter… A Lot

Claire Little makes her debut with some reflections on musical figureheads, Arcade Fire:  David Bowie – an early fan of the band – saw it. Their third studio album The Suburbs confirmed it. Now… Read More