Giveaway: Win Metallica Through the Never

Something You Said is teaming up with our friends at Entertainment One Hopscotch to give away some copies of Metallica Through the Never on DVD.  The film, directed by award-winning filmmaker Nimród Antal (Predators,… Read More

Photo Gallery: Mia Wasikowska in Sydney

If the combination of the words “Mia” and “Wasikowska” doesn’t make you swoooooooon like a 1950s housewife, then you clearly have a markedly different taste in human-beings than us. We’re such fans of… Read More

Review: The Future Sound of Yoga’s Sonia Clarke attempts to navigate her way around a “Yoga Rave”. Yikes: O Sydney, you glossy harlot! Resplendent in sand and harbour, glittering and glistening in obscene sunshine, filled with the beautiful… Read More

Review: Flickerfest short film festival 2014

Oliver Heath attends Australian international short film festival, Flickerfest, and reminisces about Bondi: A quick glance at the sign (pictured, above) and you could be forgiven for thinking I’m at a Tinder orgy or a douchebaggery… Read More

Remix: Davidge’s Slo Light by Rob Smith

Although you might never have heard of Davidge before, never scrolled past his name on your music-playing device, never mentioned him to a friend when attempting to impress them with your excellent knowledge… Read More

Album Review: James Vincent McMorrow’s Joe Haddow finds a longplayer to warm the cold British evenings: If the wind is howling against the walls and the rain is spattering against the window panes, then “Post Tropical” may… Read More

Premiere: Western Front, Town to Town

If you’re looking for inspirational creatives, then may we introduce indigenous singer songwriter Graham Akhurst, who is the driving force behind Brisbane-based band Western Front. Graham, you see, wrote the bulk of his band’s songs,… Read More

Interview: Burlesque Dancer, Porcelain Alice

Meet Porcelain Alice, a theatrical burlesque dancer from Sydney who seduces with old school charm on stage while wearing her own designs: Could you describe what ‘theatrical burlesque’ is to someone that is… Read More

Film Review: Convict is hard hitting

Melissa Oey checks out a prison film which looks at heteromasculinity and multiculturalism in Australia: Convict revolves around its protagonist, Ray (George Basha) and his struggle to retain the moralistic identity he established to escape… Read More

Book Review: Jay Stringer, Lost City

The final part of Jay Stringer’s trilogy of Eoin Miller novels (the previous two were Old Gold and Runaway Town) is yet another excellent example of, what Stringer himself calls, “social pulp” fiction.… Read More

Our contributors’ favourite albums of 2013

We’ve already brought you all of’s collective End of Year lists, but we’ve had a few requests to post all of our contributors’ individual favourite albums of 2013. So here are the… Read More

Photo Gallery: Brick Lane graffiti takes in the street-art (and tasty snacks) of London’s East-End:  At some point during 1999 when I lived in London, a friend introduced me to the “Beigel Shop” on Brick Lane and… Read More