Tag Archive: music

Does the Pussy Riot protest taste bad?

Oliver Heath gets his protest on and is left with a bad taste in his mouth: The arrest of masked Russian punk band Pussy Riot for staging a protest in an orthodox Cathedral… Read More

Chairlift go Japanese and Belong In Your Arms

Sometimes there are just no words within one’s vocabulary to aptly sum something up. So, instead, just watch the above clip and try not to let it melt your brain. We thought our… Read More

Ruby Frost: Water To Ice

Drawing on a wide palate of influences, from Bjork and Michael Jackson to Air and Fleetwood Mac, Ruby Frost’s Water To Ice offers beats, polished pop melodies, samples and sequins. New Zealander Ruby… Read More

The Pharcyde at The Beresford in Sydney

The Pharcyde’s Sydney show made Sonia Clarke‘s face hurt. In a good way:   Nothing could have made me feel older at The Pharcyde gig than cadging a cigarette (I will be quitting… Read More

High Highs – Once Around The House

The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice that we only just posted a High Highs clip. Well, they are already back with another song and we love it just as much, so we thought,… Read More

All my friends are dying, A Jack Mannix interview

Somethingyousaid.com’s Marta Jary interviewed close friend Jack Mannix. What began as a seemingly straightforward exchange regarding Jack’s band, Circle Pit, soon evolved into a startlingly honest conversation about how he came to work… Read More

Check out the brand new Presets video

The Presets are back with a new song and video clip as an appetite-whetter for their upcoming album. Check it out. What do you reckon? A bit of a departure for the boys,… Read More

Angus Stone is going Irish

Now in its fourth year, Arthur’s Day (Friday 28 September) is the global music event that marks the remarkable legacy of Arthur Guinness, who in 1759 signed a 9000-year lease on the St… Read More

Joe McKee live review

Something You Said reviewer Ebe Cassidy gets her buzz killed: Last Saturday we saw Snowman’s Joe McKee who was launching his first solo album, Burning Boy, at the Grace Darling in Melbourne, an… Read More

Katchafire hit the road

Katchafire are one of the hardest working and most respected collectives to come out of New Zealand. Off the back of the release of their platinum selling, fourth studio album On The Road Again, a nonstop… Read More

Ariel Pink review

Mature Themes is a fucking odd album. Archaic and disjointed, kitsch and abstracted. It’s also spectacularly refreshing and incredibly evocative. Reminiscent of C-grade 80’s cop shows, where junkies and drag queens rule the… Read More

YesYou – Frivolous Life (ft. Marcus Azon)

This was a bit of a surprise. I just got sent the new YesYou video clip so I checked it out and, upon playing it, I thought, “Hmm, those graffiti covered walls look familiar,”… Read More