19. 12. 2014
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FOTSUN 2014 – review and photographs

Born-and-bred Port Macquarie girl, Sophie Metcalfe, headed to the tenth anniversary of Festival of The Sun, armed with notepad, camera and a heart filled with pride: It’s been a decade! A decade since one lovely...

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18. 12. 2014
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Anjum Anand’s Christmas recipe ideas

Somethingyousaid.com’s Addy Fong dips into Anjum Anand’s cookbook to get some inspiration for Christmas eats:  There’s nothing like the comfort of consuming a potato salad to fill me with utter delight leading into...

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18. 12. 2014
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Money Mark by Chris Cooper for the Red Bull Music Academy (2)

Interview: Money Mark on Atomic Bomb!

Nigerian synth pioneer William Onyeabor is the master of Space Age Afro Funk. Following eight albums, Onyeabor became a Born Again Christian and refused to ever speak about himself or his music again. Joyfully,...

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17. 12. 2014
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Phosphorescent live in Sydney – Review

Despite six albums for the Alabama native-turned-Brooklynite, this would be Matt Houck and his band Phosphorescent’s first headlining show in Sydney. The alt-country act previously played the short-lived but excellent Harvest Festival in...

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17. 12. 2014
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Blonde Redhead talk music and fashion

Blonde Redhead just dropped the new video for ‘Dripping’ in collaboration with British fashion label AllSaints. From their “Barragán” album released earlier this year, the film (above) captures the haunting moods and tripped out atmospherics...

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16. 12. 2014
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Interview: Getting to Know Tom Lark

New Zealand-based indie/pop wunderkind Tom Lark offers unconventional, sweet earcandy. Having just dropped self-produced latest single ‘Something To Tell You’, here he is to tell us something about himself: I am Tom Lark. I...

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15. 12. 2014
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Los Tones album launch – Photos

The December edition of the much-loved Visions was extra special as, not only was the popular, regular Sydney event celebrating its first anniversary, but it also saw the launch of Sydney garage-punk outfit Los Tones’ debut...

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15. 12. 2014
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Ali Barter

Music Video: Ali Barter Community

Melbourne singer and songwriter Ali Barter has enchanted our hearts once again, releasing Community, the title track to coincide with her new EP. The music video, envisioned by creator Charlie Ford of Wildchild Pictures,...

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13. 12. 2014
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Ballet School in Berlin – Photos

Traipsing my sorry ass from Sydney, Australia to Bydgozscz in Poland via Dubai and London on a whirlwind tour, my feet eventually landed on German soil in Berlin. Incidentally, all of the above...

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12. 12. 2014
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liquor store photo by Danielle Petrosa

Liquor Store live in Vienna – review

New Jersey-based band Liquor Store headed to Vienna recently. Julia Boyle was there for somethingyousaid.com: It’s always difficult to expect a lot of a show after a long weekend, like this Monday for example....

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12. 12. 2014
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Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders – review

For the past three weeks I’ve mulled this album over, and the conclusion can only be that Playmates is a timely, intelligent, and incredibly well-needed album for Australian rock in 2014. Three years...

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11. 12. 2014
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Exists demonstrates the stupidity of humans

Addy Fong checks out the latest flick from Blair Witch Project co-director Eduardo Sanchez: Legendary creatures are mysterious and rarely seen, so upon hearing about a film that portrayed a Sasquatch, or Bigfoot...

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