Tag Archive: Adrian Pedić

Album review: Max Gowan – Far Corners

It’s on Far Corners that Max Gowan ruminates upon space from the past, and finds his most promising future yet.

Album review: Max Gowan – Mass Transit

A year after his exceptional and mature debut, Max Gowan has followed up with an album that is deeper and more thoughtful.

Album review: Wilco, Star Wars

Chicago-based Wilco just released a free-to-download album. Adrian Pedić gives his opinion: There’s a lot to be said about Wilco releasing a new album completely out of the blue, with a novel name and… Read More

Interview: Death Bells do it themselves

Adrian Pedić chatted to Sydney-based Death Bells before their excellent performance supporting Gang of Youths in Sydney last week. Maurice, Remy, John and Will discussed some of their upcoming plans, their attitude towards their… Read More

Review: We All Want To, The Haze

The opening moments of The Haze set the pace nicely: “Eileen Afternoon” introduces the album with an irresistible riff, while the song slowly builds to its post-chorus release. It introduces listeners to the fuzz-driven… Read More

Live Review: Gang of Youths in Sydney

Sydney-based band Gang of Youths hit a triumphant Home Run on Tuesday evening. Adrian Pedić gives us the lowdown: When Gang of Youths took the stage at Oxford Art Factory for the last… Read More

Album Review: Max Gowan – Big People

Incoming sensation Max Gowan makes the most of his 18 years of experience on this Earth with his debut longplayer, Big People. His songs shine at the seams with an inexpressible youthfulness, and… Read More

Album Review: Mikal Cronin – MCIII

Following Mikal Cronin’s breakthrough pop-powerhouse, MCII, comes MCIII, an album which he has described as “bigger” and, in both sound and ambition, he’s right. Featuring more horn arrangements and a fuller sound, as… Read More

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Quarters

Quarters, King Gizzard’s second album within the space of a year, is a marked departure from their previous release, the eclectic I’m In Your Mind Fuzz. For a start, the appropriately-named Quarters features only… Read More

Album review: Speedy Ortiz, Foil Deer

Adrian Pedić reviews the latest longplayer from the Massachusetts-based four-piece: Speedy Ortiz’ third album, Foil Deer, is to grunge what Tame Impala are to psychedelia. That is, taking inspiration from a well-known and well-worn… Read More

Interview: Bam Margera is back!

Professional skater and star of Jackass, Bam Margera heads to Australia in May with his band, Fuckface Unstoppable. Somethingyousaid.com’s Adrian Pedić has a chat with him to find out what he’s been up to.… Read More

Music Review: Gang of Youths – The Positions

Sydney’s Gang of Youth’s debut LP, The Positions, probably isn’t what you’d expect of the group. The album chronicles frontman David Le’aupepe’s relationship with a woman who had a terminal illness, and his thoughts… Read More