Tag Archive: mac demarco

Review: End of the Road Festival 2017

Father John Misty, Adam Buxton and… peacocks? We experienced the sun and the rain of this year’s End of the Road Festival.

Live Review: Falls Festival Marion Bay

Since joining Lorne in 2003, Tasmania’s edition of Falls Festival has been a popular option for anyone wanting to celebrate New Year’s Eve on the Apple Isle. Aside from potential anxiety for those… Read More

Review: Falls Music & Arts Festival Byron

North Byron Parklands once again offered its rolling hills, forest-lined flats and spectacular natural amphitheatre for the 2015/16 instalment of the Falls Music & Arts Festival. The lineup promised something for everyone; Bloc… Read More

Get ready for Primavera Sound 2015

With summer approaching the frozen shores of Europe, Australian adventurers start to plan to their booze-fuelled Euro trips. And what better way to start the planning than getting psyched to join the hordes… Read More

Laneway 2015 – Sydney review & photos

Boasting a seriously impressive line-up, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival headed to Sydney on Sunday. Reviewer Ruth Hodge and photographer Philip Erbacher captured everything in words and pictures: If you were wanting to go… Read More

Tonstartssbandht & the Large Baby Tour

If you’re long-since over listening to the countless overplayed Christmas songs blasted though the shopping centre speakers and you want to shake more than that salt shaker over your Christmas ham these holidays,… Read More

Something You Said’s best albums of 2014

It’s been another exceptional year for music. Indeed, somethingyousaid.com’s Top 20 Albums of 2014 – as voted for by our team of contributors – is the closest run poll we’ve ever had. The records in… Read More

Mac Demarco, Salad Days – album review

Mac deMarco’s records are like those brightly-coloured balls that bounce across the crowd at summer festivals, hands reaching up ecstatically toward them as they soar by, reflecting the sunshine like softly curved mirrors.… Read More

Doc Holliday Takes The Shotgun interview

Sydney-based bassist and all round lege, James Booker (who recently interviewed Brooks Neilsen of The Growlers for us), talks about his band, Doc Holliday Takes the Shotgun, and their plans for 2014. I would describe… Read More

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris, Day One

Somethingyousaid.com’s Carol Bowditch ventures to gay Paris: I thought, after months of joyful adventures as a result of unemployment while living in Europe, that I would do Paris on the cheap for a… Read More