The Lunchbox – Film Review

Holding Irrfan Khan (recognisable from Life of Pi, The Amazing Spiderman and Slumdog Millionaire) in high regard, we sent Carol Bowditch to check out The Lunchbox: A carefully prepared meal is passed though many… Read More

Sia, 1000 Forms of Fear – album review

Damon Collum approaches the latest longplayer from Australia’s Sia with high hopes:  People often appear to be on different wavelengths, and the trajectories their lives take them on are almost visible as colourful… Read More

Caitlin Park looks to the future

Somethingyousaid.com editor Bobby Townsend catches up with his old chum Caitlin Park to find out about her upcoming Australian tour: Hello Caitlin Park, you legend. Where does this interview find you, and how… Read More

Dark Mofo 2014: Encores and Apologies

Neika Lehman spent two extraordinary weeks at Tasmania-based festival, Dark Mofo: It’s been just over a week since the conclusion of Hobart’s second Dark Mofo festival. The music and arts festival runs for two… Read More

I Heart Sharks – Getting to Know

Following their self-made, fan-funded first album, I Heart Sharks have just unleashed their latest EP. It was recorded in a disused textile mill in Manchester and in the former GDR radio headquarters in Berlin, and features… Read More

Greetings From Wycliffe Well

Nathan Roche searches for extra-terrestrial activity in Australia’s Northern Territory: The question is begging to be asked: “At what point does a small town realise it has no economy and must lie its way… Read More

Emily Grove goes in a dangerous direction

American singer/songwriter Emily Grove tells us about her album, her busy schedule and about performing live on television with David Gray: Hello Emily! Where are you at the moment? How is your day… Read More

Kele, Odesza & Hayden James live in Sydney

Damon Collum headed to The Metro Theatre in Sydney to photograph/review Bloc Party frontman Kele, Seattle-based duo Odesza and the Barry White of EDM, Hayden James: Heading into a gig you plan to review,… Read More

London’s Backyard Cinema returns

London-based film aficionados and general outdoor enthusiasts take note, the interactive, atmospheric Backyard Cinema is back this summer, and it’s even bigger and better than ever. That’s right, if you like going to… Read More

The Antlers, Familiars – album review

The new longplayer from Brooklyn-based band, The Antlers is out. And its awesome. Familiars, their fifth studio album, sees the band further explore the emotionality and spirituality of love and humanity, with a palette of… Read More

Getting to Know Abbey Ashton

Sydney-based model Abbey Ashton is currently across the world in London. She took some time off from YouTubing compilations of goats to tell us about herself:  I am from a small town in Tasmania. No, I… Read More

Interview: The Knife author, Lee Markham

‘The Knife’ is the startling first novel from Eastbourne-based author Lee Markham. It’s a gritty, ferocious and angry indictment of social inequality and institutional neglect in 21st Century Britain. It also happens to… Read More