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It’s Something You Said’s fifth birthday

Five years ago, we launched our website. To mark our birthday, here are five highlights since the beginning of SYS.

Hannah Williams & The Tastemakers

As you may recall, we had a chat with Craig Charles the other day about his Funk & Soul album and tour. Well, one of the bands that is set to appear on… Read More

Lazy Habits’ album is original and infectious

As a lifelong Hip Hop fan I have seen it evolve over the years, as acts have had to keep things fresh and interesting for fans. In this day and age where people… 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

How to blow your own trumpet

With 14 years of experience in the music biz, Stacey Piggott has written a book that aims to help bands get their music heard. It dispels a few myths and gives tools to enable the reader… Read More

Last Dinosaurs at The Metro, Sydney

Arriving late to The Metro Theatre for the Last Dinosaurs headline show, the first thing I noticed was the swarms of teenagers milling in the foyer, edging away from the barrier surrounding the… Read More

A Vegetarian Walks Into a Cockfight

Tenley Nordstrom is a vegetarian. She went to a cock fight. Here’s her story: Somehow I managed to score a studio apartment above what must be the only Irish pub in Nicaragua. The… 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

Is the office becoming obsolete?

At Something You Said, we now have about 50 contributors. They are based all over the world, from Sydney to Austin via London, Berlin and a host of other places. So, obviously, we… Read More

Jay Stringer interview

Jay Stringer is a Black Country native and Wolverhampton Wanderers fan currently living in Glasgow and an exciting new voice in British crime fiction. Jay’s debut novel, Old Gold, is a cracking piece… Read More

Cunts vs Sluts, by Elfy Scott

Today, Elfy Scott discusses language in a very not safe for work way. If curse words offend you, stay away. If they don’t, then get stuck in to this fine piece of writing: … Read More

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