Tony Allen returns with Film of Life

Tony ‘the human metronome’ Allen is back with a brand new album “Film of Life” and a live show at London’s Village Underground. Somethingyousaid.com’s 25ThC investigates… Tony Allen was instrumental in the creation… Read More

Two Days, One Night – Film Review

Carol Bowditch checks out the latest picture starring Marion Cotillard, in which a vulnerable woman is given one weekend to encourage her colleagues to give up their bonuses, which are being offered in exchange… Read More

The Blurst of Times is coming

Brisbane/Melbourne/Sydney, are you ready to fuckin party? Yes? Good because The Blurst of Times, a boutique garage, alternative, punk and indie festival, is coming your way. Soon. Like, really soon. Whether you’re keen to… Read More

Sun + Water: Noni Cragg interview

Artist Noni Cragg launches a new exhibition in Sydney this October, which explores dual heritage and identity within today’s society and which celebrates a crossing over of cultures, expressing Aboriginality being defined by a… Read More

Getting to Know Grace Quealy

Melbourne-based model and mental health ambassador Grace Quealy tells us about her soon to be launched website, Icarus, and also about her music tastes and why she is a “100% certified dagster”: I am… fine. How are you?… Read More

Courtney Barnett live in Sydney

Melbourne-based musician Courtney Barnett just played three sold-out nights at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory. We sent reviewer Melissa Barrass and photographer Adam Davis-Powell along to check her out: Over the past few years I… Read More

Pride is remarkable and wonderful

The saying “inspired by a true story” is always worrying to accept at face-value. “Inspired by” rather than “based on” kinda suggests massive liberties were taken with the narrative. At first glance, that would certainly seem to… Read More

Reeps One, Lights – Music Video

Multi-faceted, London-based artist Reeps One has just dropped a remarkable new clip. Something You Said’s 25ThC checks out the new offering from this ludicrously talented individual:  At the end of last year, I… Read More

Son of a Gun – Film Review

Bobby Townsend checks out the much anticipated feature debut of award winning Australian director Julius Avery: Having absolutely devoured the incredible Starred Up earlier in the year, my appetite for gritty crime dramas has been… Read More

Lexi Land’s BONE PALACE SURREAL

Sydney-based artist Lexi Land returns with a brand-new exhibition entitled ‘Bone Palace Surreal’ this November. She tells us, “It’s is a theatre of sorts, a demented, strange land existing for those mad enough… Read More

Flights, History Be Kind – Album Review

Somethingyousaid.com’s Tom Spooner checks out the new offering from Bristol-based band, Flights: It is rare to hear guitar music that so effortlessly transcends genres as it does on History Be Kind. Flights’ resistance to… Read More

Photos – DMA’s at Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Somethingyousaid.com was born in Newtown and our spiritual home is Oxford Art Factory. So when we discovered that Newtown’s own DMA’s (dee-em-ayes) were playing two nights at the OAF, there was no way… Read More