Food and Drink: The Gantry opens its doors

On Tuesday, we headed along to Pier One Sydney Harbour for the launch party of The Gantry Restaurant and Bar. The event saw the recently refurbished bar/restaurant officially swing open its doors, with over 200 esteemed… Read More

Review: Houndmouth, Little Neon Limelight

Joe Haddow listens to the sophomore longplayer from New Albany-based four-piece, Houndmouth: I’ve been waiting a long time for Houndmouth’s second album to reach my record player. Ever since I saw them play a small… Read More

Revisiting: Noah Baumbach’s Frances Ha’s Ruth Hodge reminds us of the excellence of Frances Ha: I never go to the movies. One reason is because I could watch Garden State over and over again and never start… Read More

Vivid LIVE announces epic line-up

One time, Team Somethingyousaid was collectively so hungover at a UK music festival (we smashed so much whiskey the night before that one of us passed out and then vomited into their own lap),… Read More

Album review: AWOLNATION, Run

Chloe Keung checks out the new LP from the LA band: Genre-benders AWOLNATION are back with their sophomore release Run, and it’s an apocalyptic party mixtape. Soulful serenading coupled with screaming. Cheesy piano.… Read More

Live Review: Bin Juice in Sydney

Bin Juice were back at Spectrum at the weekend for a show with Dead Brian, with both Sydney bands continuing to make a strong case for the local scene.’s Adrian Pedić was there… Read More

Interview: Catching up with Elle Brittain

Just under a year ago, we introduced you to up-n-coming Melbourne-based model, Elle Brittain. In the last 12 months, her reputation has continued to flourish. You’ll have seen her in the likes of Oyster and… Read More

Courtney Barnett album review

Melissa Barrass checks out the much-anticipated debut longplayer from Melbourne’s Courtney Barnett: Courtney Barnett is a national treasure. I know for a fact, she will go down in music history as one of the… Read More

Review: A Festival Called Panama

As Tasmania’s most exciting boutique festival pitched its tents for the second year,’s Chloe Mayne was there to do it all over again: I can’t seem to think of Panama in anything other… Read More

Lifestyle: A Hipster’s Guide To Life

Upon moving into his new Eastern Suburb unit,’s Matt Lengren found what appeared to be a user manual in the main living area. The following is an excerpt from Chapter Two of the… Read More

Brighton Festival 2015 Crosses Places

It starts with a spark, an idea, to set alight a city with an explosion of creativity. Fuelled by the accumulation of a year-round arts programme, Brighton Festival, the biggest and brightest multi-arts… Read More

Discovered at Marble Bar – Vote now!

This year’s edition of Discovered at Marble Bar is well underway and the time has come to vote for your favourite act. What’s Discovered? It’s a social media-driven competition, in which live bands/performers have… Read More

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