Pier One’s Delicious Destinations Festival

Hey Sydneysiders. Do you enjoy fantastic views, delicious seasonal produce, live entertainment and dogs? If you don’t, then feel free to go back to your moribund existence. There is nothing for you here. However,… Read More

Review: Kurt Vile – b’lieve i’m goin down…

Kurt Vile’s sixth full length album b’lieve i’m goin down… is a deeply introspective record, filled with fingerpicking guitar, storyteller twang and existential angst. Call it nu-blues, modern folk, indie riff-rock; who cares? This… Read More

Crimson Peak double pass giveaway!

In conjunction with our chums at Universal Pictures, we’re giving away ten double passes to an exclusive Sydney preview screening of Crimson Peak, the latest gothic romance thriller from director Guillermo del Toro, starring… Read More

Silversun Pickups have a better nature

Los Angeles four-piece, Silversun Pickups have just released their much-anticipated fourth studio album, ‘Better Nature’. Zach Conde talks to bassist/vocalist Nikki Monninger about it: Hi Nikki, thanks for taking the time to chat… Read More

Music Interview: World’s End Press

Melbourne-based three-piece, World’s End Press are heading around Australia in support of their latest EP. Frontman John Parkinson talks to us:  Hi John and thanks for taking the time out to speak with… Read More

Live review: Cosmic Psychos in Melbourne

“The Psychos made me do it,” says somethingyousaid.com’s Tristan ‘Gorba’ Giblin:  You know a show’s been solid when you pop a fresh hole in the crotch of your spandex, tear the buttons off… Read More

Puma and ICNY serve up some ice cream

How to gain your product our undivided attention in one pretty-bloody-easy step: Make it ice cream-themed. We love us some ice cream. So that’s exactly what Puma and alternative sportswear pioneers ICNY have… Read More

Album review: The Virgance – Paradigm 3

Nathan Smith, better known as UK-based shoegaze/dreampop/noiserock artist The Virgance, has just dropped a new album. Melissa Barrass gives it a listen:  There is such a futuristic sacredness about the production of Paradigm 3… Read More

Film Review: Cut Snake oozes menace

Cut Snake is a Melbourne-based crime drama set in in mid-1970s, focussing on the story of Sparra Farrell (Alex Russell), an ex-convict trying to lead a straightforward, quiet life with his beautiful bride-to-be, Paula (Jessica De Gouw).… Read More

Live Review – Absinthe by Spiegelworld

Spiegelworld’s award-winning, smash-hit Las Vegas show Absinthe is currently touring Australia and has finally arrived in Sydney. It’s being performed under a beautiful Spiegeltent in Hyde Park, and we were there for the… Read More

Interview: Gary Lucas brings a State of Grace

Tim and Jeff Buckley’s legacy has inspired generations of musicians and listeners. The world premiere event “A State of Grace” celebrates their brilliant, complicated lives and music in a moving, definitive portrait. We speak to Gary Lucas,… Read More

Let’s talk about the Silent Dinner Party

Shhh! Sydney Fringe Festival is holding a Silent Dinner Party as its keynote closing event on September 26th at Marrickville Town Hall, (heads-up, bookings close Monday September 21st). Oliver Heath speaks to Honi Ryan… Read More