Tag Archive: music

Free double download from Shout Timber

Do you want a couple of free songs from Shout Timber? If you like upbeat, melodic indie pop, with hints of Indian heritage, then your answer should be, “Yes please, that would be… Read More

Flume’s debut album makes you feel good

Carol Bowditch has a listen to Flume’s first LP: Flume, the twenty year old Sydney producer, has just released his eagerly awaited debut to the delight of the many fans he has gained from… Read More

Hannah Williams & The Tastemakers

As you may recall, we had a chat with Craig Charles the other day about his Funk & Soul album and tour. Well, one of the bands that is set to appear on… Read More

New Brutalists first listen

New Brutalists are one of most exciting bands we’ve seen in a while. The Sydney duo, made up of Claire Price and Sean Francis, have just launched their new single. They were kind… Read More

Getting to know Ginger & Drum

Ginger & Drum are a Sydney-based two-piece who are playing at Oxford Art Factory in their home city tonight. So somethingyousaid.com thought we’d discover more about them, in their own words: Ginger &… Read More

Caomhe holds wisdom above her years

Every so often, I chance upon an artist who blows me away within seconds of hearing their music. I’m quite fussy and unless you’re John Lennon, resurrected, I’m a hard nut to crack.… Read More

Lazy Habits’ album is original and infectious

As a lifelong Hip Hop fan I have seen it evolve over the years, as acts have had to keep things fresh and interesting for fans. In this day and age where people… Read More

Jazz and a few wines in the vines

Sonia Clarke got her jazz on and her wine on in The Hunter Valley in New South Wales a couple of weeks ago. Here’s what she can recall of events: Sometimes it is… Read More

Beach House drive us Wild

Beach House make us swoon. Big time. Doesn’t that weird way in which they combine distance, isolation and iciness with a sense of warmth get you all confused in a sexy kinda way?… Read More

The Secret Garden Party gets superstitious

We went to The Secret Garden Party in the UK this year and had a brill time, so we can’t wait to get ourselves back there in 2013. It’s not like your average… Read More

Five things that inspire Texture like Sun

Melbourne based indie folk band Texture Like Sun have just dropped their debut self titled EP. Its sound lands nicely in the ground between great darkness and rich warmth and we’re fans of… Read More

Tame Impala’s Studio Sessions

Check out this ace live video of Tame Impala’s Studio Sessions. Filmed in the band’s home town of Perth, the clip sees the group perform a trio of songs from their fine new album. They… Read More