What better way to kick off the weekend than with a sunny Friday arvo, by the water listening to some of the world’s hottest indie musicians?
You aren’t whimsical, shiny or even particularly stylish. You are practical, sturdy and seep into the hearts of your inhabitants with time.
Excitingly, Warpaint are back with a new full-length offering. We got Harriet Cheney to give it a listen. Here’s what she thought of it.
The final day at The Great Escape 2015 came around all-too quickly. Harriet Cheney was there once more for somethingyousaid.com: Day three began with the Aussie BBQ – an afternoon showcasing Australian artists… Read More
With Day One safely navigated, somethingyousaid.com’s Harriet Cheney made her way back for a second helping: My second day of at The Great Escape began at 1pm so I could pack in as much… Read More
Harriet Cheney headed down to Brighton for the tenth-anniversary edition of three-day festival, The Great Escape: It was the tenth birthday year of The Great Escape (TGE) and so Europe’s leading festival for… Read More
Harriet Cheney headed to Taronga Zoo in Sydney to check out legendary Glasgow-based six-piece, Belle and Sebastian: You can’t help feeling excited visiting a zoo. It brings the inner child out to play.… Read More
At somethingyousaid.com, we’ve got reviewers all across the globe. From the United States to Australia via the UK, Spain, Switzerland, France, Austria and a bunch of places in between. Between us, we’ve spent countless… Read More
Happy New Year everybody! With hangovers still raging, we asked somethingyousaid.com’s contributors for their predictions for 2015. Here’s what we reckon is going to go down in the next 12 months: Hoop earrings… Read More
With 2014 almost done-and-dusted, we thought we’d highlight the people who shaped the last twelve months, for better or worse, so here are somethingyousaid.com’s zeros and heroes of 2014, starting with the dicks and… Read More
After much scrutiny, somethingyousaid.com’s Harriet Cheney tells us the most unmissable events at the upcoming Sydney Festival: It’s hard to beat Sydney in January; you’ve got the beach, the cricket, Australia Day barbies and… Read More
Harriet Cheney checked out Icelandic singer/songwriter Ásgeir’s debut visit to Australia: I had high expectations from this gig as Ásgeir’s debut album released in English earlier this year was a lush serving of superb… Read More