excellent bitterness from the former Mercury nominated throwback electropop band
I've even seen actual good bands do it occasionally. I just think `come on, you're better than this`. You can't get shitty about someone not liking it. No class.
hardly a massive kicking.
and it was a fairly even-handed review from someone who clearly likes some of their songs (I doubt they even consider themselves an 'album band') http://drownedinsound.com/releases/17896/reviews/4146941
is any different/better. Especially when those journos go on to spread the link to the band's review of their review on other fora.
hahaha all the 2007 bands nobody likes anymore are at it now
looking forward to The Rumble Strips rolling up and hopefully by midday Vincent Vincent & The Villains and The Strange Death of Liberal England
For a pound. Heady times.
Call me a prick and I'll laugh.
Call my baby a hateful soul-sucking vampire and I'll kick you in the dick/cunt.
in the dick/cunt. that's the most painful place to kick.
"ooh sean nailed me right in the d/c"
No one upsets ESA but us.
Hope it's indicative of the album.
So music journalism is about "supporting" bands, regardless of their output?
was that there was a point in time where every single member of the band was pregnant.
That should have received more news coverage.
so I listened to the album and it was cack. I'm siding with Evil Sean Adams on this one.
will that even things out and make you feel better?
Because I'm willing to do that for you.
Would take the heat off me a bit. Cheers.
Sounds like a support group at a local leisure centre.
Assuming they are entitled to support just because they make music that may appeal to the DiS demographic is just bizarre. I mean, if they'd got a shocker of a review, I could almost understand if they'd got wound up (even though the sensible thing to do would be ignore it), but for an even handed 5/10?
As a total aside, I will always have a soft spot for NYPC because I mentioned the lead singer in my dissertation, after she was quoted in the NME saying Lord Byron was the first rockstar.
what about it?
R U Heat now?
"Martin Gore said to me years ago that if he'd taken any reviews for his music seriously he would have slit his wrists already".
@NYPC Don't worry we'll probably like the new Chrome Hoof album you're on, because they've got talented songwriters.
Not the first time horse and beef have been embroiled in controversy this year. SATIRE?
That Rob Smith is a self righteous twerp though (sorry if it's someone on here)
does she really think she's cranking out masterpieces?
Was it the Rev?