Tag Archive: music

Melbourne Parklife: Rain, Rizzle, Robyn

Ebe Cassidy braved the rain for SYS in order to check out the host of fine acts at Parklife, as it made its merry way to Melbourne: The weather was so appallingly bad,… Read More

Elen Levon is a triple threat

Elen Levon is well on her way to transforming from starlet to superstar status, Tammy Potakh finds out more: She may be fresh faced, but 18 year old Elen Levon is no newbie to… Read More

Olly goes to Live Band Karaoke

Oliver Heath clears his throat, pumps his fists and gets ready to rock out: Once a modest night in the seedy basement of the old Mandarin Club in Sydney, now at Marrickville’s Factory… Read More

We Love Festival of the Sun

Over the years, Festival of the Sun has become one of SYS’s fave festivals. Maybe it’s the Australian sunshine that gives it the edge over the rain of British festivals. Maybe it’s the… Read More

Win a T-shirt signed by The Veronicas

When we fancy a soft drink, to be honest we just pick whatever is on special offer at our local shop. Money, as the song says, is too tight to mention. One such… Read More

Jack Mannix Zine Launch

Kids in the kitchen: Jack Mannix’s Cocksucker Bruise Zine Launch, by Marta Jary Jack Mannix is standing in Jim Shirlaw’s longue room with a camera around his neck and telling semi-harrowing stories in the deceiving,… Read More

Winter People – A Year At Sea

Listening to Winter People’s debut album, A Year At Sea, is like packing up your life and taking off for a journey into the wilderness. It’s on this journey, that you discover beauty,… Read More

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