G-Star RAW Pharrell Williams launches 25 wild prints. G-Star RAW Pharrell Williams. Virginia Beach born hit maker and all-out Renaissance man Pharrell Williams has been a co-owner of […]
Black Honey are a band with a clear vision – although they are conspicuous when it comes to giving exclusive interviews, so we’re counting ourselves lucky! The Brighton […]
Good news for Tame Impala fans, we have the latest interview with Kevin Parker courtesy of AGOLDE’s EIGHTY-NINE The current kings of psychedelic rock, Tame Impala are still […]
La Luz Interview: America’s Pacific Northwest is famed for its musical output, be that Portland’s wealth of indie-rock (think Modest Mouse or The Dandy Warhols),Olympia’s riot grrrl in […]
Rejjie Snow Meets Something About in Southend “I like to think of myself as an actor in everything I do. I’m always trying to do something different. I’m like […]
The Lemon Twigs Do Hollywood. Two Long Island brothers, The Lemon Twigs were born in the 1990s; at heart they’re children of the 1960s and 1970s. The songs on their debut album ‘The Lemon Twigs Do Hollywood’, released on October 21 by 4AD veer from The Beatles and Beach Boys inspired pop with an off kilter twist to the kind of glitzy croonerisms you may have found in the chintzy casinos and music halls of that era.
Drowners are about to embark on a UK and European tour. Just in time, Something About caught up with Matthew to learn more about his writing progress, forming a band and their new songs.
As one of the most photographed Blitz Kids of his generation, Marilyn (né Peter Robinson) was a fixture on London’s underground club scene long before he released a record. He modelled his look on Marilyn Monroe, riffing off the classic bombshell look at first (“it used to take me at least two hours to get ready just to buy a bottle of milk!”) then later adopting a less contrived style with long blonde dreadlocks and a gender-fluid wardrobe that veered from exquisite Antony Price gowns to crop tops and chinos.