Tag Archive: music

Van She rock the Logitech UE Launch

We went along to the Logitech UE Australian Launch Party at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Tuesday night and, as well as getting our drink on and scoffing the kind of yummy canapés… Read More

Grab yourself a free PVT download

  We fell in love with electronic rock trio, PVT, way back in the days when they had vowels in their name, fewer members and less vocals, and we’re still huge fans of… Read More

Save the Children’s Christmas Tree Sessions

Because we have readers across the world and we like to be universal in our appeal, we don’t often post gig listings here at Something You Said unless they are accompanied by some… Read More

The Evangelical Art of Thom Yorke

Sophie Metcalfe went to see Radiohead in Sydney. Safe to say, she enjoyed it:  On Monday night something happened. I thought some words should be said about it. I have not been asked… Read More

Check out Azealia Banks’ insane new video

Hmm, either someone just put a whole load of acid into our Coco Pops, or Azealia Banks’ new video clip for her single Atlantis is ABSOLUTELY MENTILE! There are no words… No words.… Read More

Art of Sleeping – Empty Hands

We’ve been lovin’ the new Art Of Sleeping EP here at Something You Said. It’s called Like A Thief and it you can get a little taster of what to expect from it… Read More

Craig Charles is gonna sink the boat

Actor, stand up comic, poet, radio presenter and club DJ Craig Charles is about to unleash his compilation album, The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club. It’s taken up residency on our stereo… Read More

It’s definitely not over for Panama

Sydney based group Panama have just dropped their new EP, It’s Not Over, and we are a little excited with our new find. They are creeping up our interest ladder with their 80’s… Read More

Elizabeth Rose at Goodgod in Sydney

I arrived to catch Gnome, a brother and sister duo that played songs which sounded a little bit like Toro Y Moi mixed with an Animal Collective kind of vibe. The Sydney group… Read More

Melodie Nelson’s new single is haunting

Melodie Nelson, the solo moniker of Sydney’s Lia Tsamoglou, has just released her new album, so we thought we’d bring you her new video clip as a little taster of what to expect… Read More

The Mountain Goats – Transcendental Youth

It’s difficult to be objective about your heroes, so when I was first asked to review The Mountain Goats’ latest album I was a bit worried about how to approach it. How do… Read More

Aluka are trying to keep their cool

Keep My Cool is the new single by Melbourne experimental vocal group Aluka. The band have just also released a ‘making of’ video clip, which you can check out above. If that whets your… Read More