Tag Archive: music

Electric Guest feel the love in Melbourne

Ebe Cassidy and Vinisha Mulani had a look at Electric Guest’s recent show: The Northcote Social Club had a lot of love for LA band Electric Guest, who were playing the last of… Read More

Getting To Know Greater Pacific

SYS has a chat to laid back country folk gang Greater Pacific, during which their main man, Kyle Kersten, tells Neil Martin a little bit about their LP and what is on their stereo:… Read More

Ingrid Michaelson on touring and writing

SYS had a chat with the very lovely Ingrid Michaelson in the midst of a busy touring schedule:  Hi Ingrid. You are touring the States at the moment. What do you enjoy most about… Read More

High Highs – Open Season

Open Season is the first track from High Highs’ self-titled debut EP. The Brooklyn-based band produce electronica layered with a fragile falsetto and textured acoustic elements. Their widescreen sound has attracted comparisons to… Read More

Karl Haglund interview

Neil Martin has a chat with Karl Haglund about guitars and art: Karl Haglund is an artist based in Charles City, Iowa. He specialises in cityscapes, abstracts and more recently he has been turning heads… Read More

Kirin J Callinan: new tour dates

Our old buddy Kirin J Callinan’s music is some of the most abstract, artistic, creative and genuinely exciting stuff around at the moment, so we’re super excited that he is touring again soon.… Read More

Skydreams Festival will get you jumping

When I was a kid I was terrified of jumping castles. By the time I became brave enough to jump on jumping castles I was pretty much a grown-up, and jumping in castles… Read More

Azealia Banks’ 212 gets you moving

Certain members of Team Something You Said DJ every weekend, on a Friday and Saturday, in Sydney. Barely a week goes by when they aren’t asked to drop this piece of magic into… Read More

Interview: Getting To Know Fanny Lumsden

Ahead of a few live dates, the lovely Fanny Lumsden and her bandmates tell us a bit about themselves: Fanny Lumsden & The Thrillseekers are more fun than a poke in the eye with… Read More

Benjamin Francis Leftwich interview

SYS chatted to the very nice Benjamin Francis Leftwich, fresh from the airport after he had played a gig in Melbourne the night before and ahead of the release of his debut album,… Read More

BEYONCÉ, YOU AND WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY

We love Beyoncé. Well, who doesn’t? Whenever we DJ, we throw one of her songs out there and people go apeshit, mimicking that awesome dance she does with the ring and the fingers… Read More

My Bloody Valentine Will Be Your Mirror

Imagine The Drones make you a mix tape. It’s really good. I mean, it was compiled by The Drones. They sat there, and waited for all the best songs to come on the… Read More