Tag Archive: music

Adele unleashes Bond’s Skyfall

I don’t like to blow my own trumpet but, nearly five years ago, I stated that a little-known singer from Tottenham called Adele had “the potential to be a truly remarkable artist.”  Since… Read More

Boomgates are a mixbag of awesome

Whenever I’m buying sweets, I usually go for the mixbag party mix. It’s good for all. Has variety. I love the jelly snakes and I find it funny every time to use the… Read More

Berlin Festival Day 2

Jemma concludes her Berlin Festival experience by discovering her new favourite band: As day two rolled in, I had the customary brain mush functionality and was preoccupied with trying to remember how and when… Read More

Olly directs The Art’s latest video

Something You Said’s very own Oliver Heath is as clever as he is handsome, which is hard to believe, considering what a gorgeous devil he is. But it’s true. Not only does he… Read More

High Highs EP Stream

We’ve mentioned Brooklyn-based band, High Highs, a couple of times at Something You Said because, well, we think they are jolly good. They make  electronica layered with an oh-so-lovely falsetto and textured acoustic… Read More

Grizzly Bear – Shields

Two Weeks, that track from Grizzly Bear’s 2009 release, Veckatimest, plagued me at the height of its popularity. The croony intro and pulsating piano followed me everywhere, it always seemed to be playing on… Read More

Berlin Festival Day 1

Something You Said’s Jemma Cole girl-crushes on Grimes and ends up on stage with Diplo: For the past three months I’ve been amongst the millions of Australian youths who decide to go abroad… Read More

Angelo Kehagias takes you to another world

We love a good art exhibition at Something You Said. Truth be told, we don’t mind a bad one so long as we can have a couple of glasses of complimentary wine while… Read More

Sydney Parklife: bands, bats, bums

It didn’t bode well. The free bus between the train station and the venue was packed with overly muscular, tattooed young men in singlets and shorts, the smell of goon falling from their… Read More

My Preserver tour

Formed back in 2010, London rock outfit My Preserver are a band that we have been hearing good things about of late. Indeed, rock bible Kerrang! declared the group “One of the most exciting –… Read More

Mia Dyson – Pistol

LA-based Melbournite Mia Dyson is back with a new album titled The Moment and the lead single Pistol is equally charming and aggressive, executed in typical Dyson style. The video follows a couple of… Read More

Damn Terran’s Ali and her favourite books

Ali Edmonds from Damn Terran talks us through her favourite books: Down and Out in Paris and London – George Orwell I read this just before I went to both Paris and London for the… Read More