Impossible launches Instant Lab Universal

To celebrate the launch of its latest product, the Instant Lab Universal, which transforms digital images on Apple and Android smartphones and tablets into classic Polaroid style instant photos, Impossible recently exhibited eight works… Read More

Mountain Sounds – review and photos

Melissa Barrass and Damon Collum headed to the boutique/sustainable Australian festival, based on the Central Coast of New South Wales: For a small-scale festival, Mountain Sounds surely packs a punch. With a formidable and… Read More

Interview: Guttermouth give it 110 percent

Guttermouth vocalist Mark Adkins talks to Courtney Dabb ahead of the California-based punk band’s upcoming Australian tour: Hi Mark. Thanks for taking the time out to speak with us at Something You Said. You have been… Read More

Film Review: A Most Violent Year

A Most Violent Year, the third feature from writer/director J.C. Chandor, is a crime-drama set in New York City during the winter of 1981, statistically the most dangerous year in the area’s history. It sees husband-and-wife, Oscar… Read More

Music interview: Shaka Loves You

Jellyfunk Allstars are renowned for putting on amazing parties featuring The Funk Hunters and Skiitour. This Saturday they present Glasgow’s finest funky/mash-up production duo Shaka Loves You, at Maxims in Eastbourne, East Sussex in… Read More

Film Review: Whiplash at Moonlight Cinema

We headed to Moonlight Cinema in Sydney to watch Oscar-nominated, drumtastic drama “Whiplash” under the stars:  Whiplash sees a young, talented and driven drummer (Miles Teller) land under the wing of the most respected… Read More

Kate Miller-Heidke shares her air

Australian songstress Kate Miller-Heidke is back with a brand spanking new recording of Share Your Air, which sees singer/songwriter Andy Burrows join in on vocal duties. The single was recorded exclusively for the UK version of her… Read More

The Comedy Lounge extends to Sundays

Brilliant Sydney-based Monday evening laughfest, The Comedy Lounge, is extending its hours. We spoke to its founder, Rhys Jones, to get the lowdown: Hello Rhys. You’re here to talk to us about the… Read More

Laneway Festival 2015 – Melbourne review’s Neika Lehman headed to a festival which has come a long way… In recent years, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has become one of the major success stories for the Australian one-day music… Read More

Local Live at FBi Radio kicks off!

Sydneysiders, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to attend a series of free gigs at FBi Radio’s new in-house performance space, exploring the exciting landscape of what the new/local music… Read More

Review: The Reverb Conspiracy Vol. 3

It’s time to pull out your comfiest couch, stick it in the garden and start rolling a joint – the third instalment in the Reverb Conspiracy series has landed. Co-released by European label… Read More

Sarah Blasko at Twilight at Taronga

Here’s a question you never thought you’d be asked. Has a possum ever climbed onto your lap during a gig? The answer is pretty-bloody-obviously no, right? Unless perhaps, you were at Sarah Blasko’s… Read More

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