Tag Archive: music

Melanie Pain, 7 ou 8 fois

The lead singer of Nouvelle Vague, Melanie Pain, is back with a second album of personal pop and electro-acoustic tunes called Bye Bye Manchester. Alternating between French and English, Melanie sings about universal themes… Read More

Oscar Key Sung live

Marcus Thaine reviews one half of Oscar & Martin: Everyone tuned in to the Melbourne/Aussie music scene would be familiar with Oscar & Martin. Their 2011 debut, For You was a work of… Read More

Husky are gentlemen of the road

Melbourne’s Husky took some time out from their Euro tour to chat to Bobby Townsend about Brighton, Australia & being gents of the road: Hello! How is your tour going? It’s going well.… Read More

San Cisco – Wild Things

San Cisco, those little rascals that brought you that undeniably addictive track, Awkward, are excited to announce their Wild Things Tour ahead of their new album release. They will be supported by Something You… Read More

Sydney’s Field Day announces line-up

Last New Year’s Eve, certain members of Team Something You Said had a bit too much to drink, resulting in a five hour blackout and a busted shoulder that took three months, 13… Read More

Introducing Pairs from Shanghai

The first time I met Rhys was at a gig in this dingy rock ‘n’ roll dive in Shanghai called Yuyintang. He was playing in an outfit called Pairs, along with Shanghai local… Read More

Track-by-track with Howl at the Moon

One of our fave albums so far this year has been Howl at the Moon‘s Squalls. So we thought we’d get vocalist/guitarist Katie Scott to talk us through it, track by track:  I’m always interested… Read More

Sarah Blasko: I Awake

We love Sydneysider/Brightonian Sarah Blasko here at Something You Said, so we are excited to bring you I Awake: A Short Film, created by international director Mike Daly. The film includes four songs from the… Read More

Boy – Mutual Friends

Boy – Mutual Friends A quick history lesson. Swiss-born singer Valeska Steiner moved to Germany, where in 2005 she met Sonja Glass, who grew up there playing the cello in classical orchestras as… Read More

Ball Park Music talk gigs and Weezer

Elfy Scott has a chat to Ball Park Music about their new LP, their live show and just how excited they are about supporting Weezer in January: When initially offered a phone interview… Read More

The Fearless Vampire Killers – Mexico

We interviewed and reviewed The Fearless Vampire Killers not too long ago and found them to be both bloody nice chaps and jolly good live. And, of course, they slay a mean vampire. So… Read More

Stuff White People Like and a bit that they don’t

Harriet Cheney went to Newcastle for TiNA and Sound Summit:  I hit the road later than I had hoped to, because I was writing questions for an interview. Luckily, that meant that I… Read More