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Something You Said’s Top 20 Albums of 2012

It’s been a really good year for music, don’t you reckon? So much so that, when we invited people to tell us their albums of 2012, we were blown away by just how… Read More

Thank you and goodnight Bridezilla

On January 16th, two things are set to happen. It is an utter coincidence that they should occur on the same day, yet there is also something strangely symbiotic about it. In the… Read More

Grimes at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney

There are few artists that have been as universally adored in 2012 than Grimes, so it was amid huge anticipation that Claire Boucher took to the stage at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory for… Read More

Young triumphs over old at Homebake

The minority of punters who stayed sober enough to recall much of Sydney’s Homebake last year may have been a little worried about returning in 2012. This is largely to do with the… Read More

Les Misérables hits the big screen

I go to a lot of gigs. A lot of gigs. More often than not, it feels like work. Another shoe gazing, floppy fringed hipster band? Great. So, when I can, I like… Read More

The Perks of Being a Wallflower review

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a comedy drama set in the US in the early 1990s, and is directed by Stephen Chbosky, who also wrote the novel. Clever chap. Starring Logan… Read More

Interview: Getting To Know Noni Cragg

Artist Noni Cragg tells somethingyousaid.com where she gets her inspiration from, what’s currently on her stereo and which television show she can quote, word for word: I am Noni. A female Sydney based… Read More

Is the office becoming obsolete?

At Something You Said, we now have about 50 contributors. They are based all over the world, from Sydney to Austin via London, Berlin and a host of other places. So, obviously, we… Read More

Britany Nola Interview – Playboy & bullying

Not only is Britany Nola a contributor to this very site, but she is also Playboy’s Miss November and is set to make her film debut as the lead role in American Ecstasy.… Read More

Boy – Mutual Friends

Boy – Mutual Friends A quick history lesson. Swiss-born singer Valeska Steiner moved to Germany, where in 2005 she met Sonja Glass, who grew up there playing the cello in classical orchestras as… Read More

Interview: Getting to Know Sara Grabek

Model and artist Sara Grabek talks to Something You Said about music, her inspirations and her big plans for the future: I’d say I am a dreamer. And a bit of a hippy… Read More

Getting to Know Julia & The Deep Sea Sirens

Julia Johnson tells Something You Said about her band:  Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens are a band of Canberran musicians who I gathered together to play my songs. I feel very lucky… Read More