Claire are set for big things

Claire are a five-piece band originating from Munich. Their music lands somewhere between synthpop, electronic pop, half-time beats, hip-hop and indie. Plenty of bases ticked there then. And if their catchy as all hell forthcoming… Read More

Britany Nola in NYC – Photo Gallery

On the week of Something You Said’s first birthday celebrations, we consider it only fitting that we feature New York-based model and actress, Britany Nola. Britany has written for the site, we’ve interviewed her a couple of… Read More

Julia Stone sends us some birthday love

  Having met our Editor Bobby while he was reviewing Big Day Out in Sydney a few years ago, Australian singer/songwriter and all-round beautiful human-being, Julia Stone, has always been a great friend to Something… Read More

The Naked and Famous Have Hearts

Plucked from the sophomore release of The Naked and Famous, In Rolling Waves, we find lead-single, Hearts Like Ours. The New Zealanders are bringing the goods again this time round, with a record… Read More

Something You Said makes friends

As we’ve only mentioned about a gazillion times lately, it’s’s first birthday this week. Hooray! As Bianca Cornale explains, we haven’t merely created great content over the last year, we’ve helped forge… Read More

Interview: Clothing For Correspondence

Clothing for Correspondence is the brainchild of Jane and Penny, two ladies with a penchant for second-hand clothes and who also have a knack for letter-writing. The two come together in their project… Read More

Classixx Are All You’re Waiting For

Recently we had the Classixx remix of The Preatures’ latest song on high rotation around Castle Something You Said. We liked their upbeat rework of the soulful track from the Sydney group. Well,… Read More

Music: Fanny Lumsden & the Thrillseekers

Barnstorming Australians, Fanny Lumsden & the Thrillseekers, have been firmly on the Something You Said radar for ages now. Since we interviewed them last year, the band have taken their awesome country hoedown on… Read More

Photos: Haim and Alpine in Sydney

The “Three sisters and a mister” that constitute Haim might have been shaking Los Angeles to its very foundations for over four years, but this year they’ve gone totally mega-global. Glastonbury Festival was… Read More

Film Review: What’s in a Name?

Sonia Clarke reviews What’s in a Name? (released in France as Le Prénom) the French-Belgian comedy written and directed by Alexandre de La Patellière and Matthieu Delaporte: The first French film I ever watched was… Read More

Is Tropical channel Skins

There’s a certain level of familiarity to the nsfw video for London-based band, Is Tropical’s, current single, Lovers Cave. My mental link is directed to the Skins trailer from years ago where the cast of lovely young… Read More

Interview: Wall of Sound’s Mark Jones

Mark Jones is head of legendary UK record label Wall of Sound. Next week sees a pretty-bloody-cool showcase of some of the label’s rising stars at London’s Hoxton Bar & Grill.’s 25ThC… Read More