Tag Archive: concert

Review: Chiodos Live in Singapore

American post-hardcore band, Chiodos, took their ambitious songcraft and inventive arranging skills to Singapore on the weekend to play a show in association with FIJI Water. Desmond Chan went along to check it out: 4pm is a rather… Read More

John Grant live at De La Warr Pavillion

Gary Page checked out American singer-songwriter, John Grant in Bexhill: Last summer I witnessed John Grant play live in a Brighton church and while it was a strangely surreal venue for the artist… Read More

Rudimental Live in Manchester

Kirstie Newman checks out Rudimental Live in Manchester and attempts to fashion a one-handed hand-heart: Arriving at the venue half-an-hour after doors opened, I was surprised to see how empty the front of the Manchester… Read More

Interview: Abbe May is a Perth Girl

Melissa Oey chats to Australian musician Abbe May: Firstly, congratulations on the amazing clip for ‘Perth Girls’. Objectively speaking, those models and the subject of the song seemed ‘simply irresistible’ but what (else) led… Read More

Film review: Metallica Through the Never

Somethingyousaid.com’s Colin Delaney discovers that ‘Metallica Through the Never’ is epically righteous for fans: After 32 years on the grind, Metallica have built an epic empire with their music reinforced by a strong… Read More

Live Review: FBi Turns 10 in Sydney

To celebrate its ten-year anniversary on the airwaves, Sydney’s forefront independent music station FBi threw one hell of a birthday party. With over thirty acts on the bill, FBi transformed the Carriageworks performance… Read More

Live review: Palma Violets in Sydney

Bianca Cornale had a look at latest NME faves, Palma Violets, at Oxford Art Factory. Here’s what she thought: I went to watch London’s Palma Violets with expectations of bitter, sweaty, garage punk.… Read More

Album review: Marshmallow Pavement

Sydney-based creative folk, The A&R Department, have just launched their first foray into music compilations. It’s an indie-assortment of Australian Acts that they’re proud to have taken under their wings over the years.… Read More

Photos: Kirin J Callinan for 2ser Radio

Right, we’re prolly gonna have to change the name of our website from Something You Said to welovekirinjcallinan.com. Earlier this week, when we posted the Sydneysider’s latest video clip, we admitted that in… Read More

SYS + David Ford + Jarrod Dickenson!

We’ve attended enough concerts over the course of the years to understand what constitutes a cracking musical experience. Basically, if you combine good music, a good atmosphere and bargain-priced tickets, you’ve got a… Read More

Yacht Club DJs tear up Sydney

Somethingyousaid.com’s Sonia Clarke bump-and-grinds to a selection of musical favourites,  reworked by the Yacht Club DJ’s at their shindig in Sydney. If I was to sum up the Yacht Club DJs in one… Read More

Susanne Sundfør is refreshingly risqué

As if Norwegian songstress Susanne Sundfør’s unbelievably stunning vocal wasn’t enough to captivate us, she’s only gone and thrown a refreshingly risqué and decidedly not safe for work video clip into the mix. The accompanying… Read More