Pulled Apart By Horses.
I didn't realise this hadn't been released over here yet.
Great band, great album.
I enjoyed muchly.
...still trying to close the digital stable door, long after the binary horse has bolted.
sums up exactly how I feel.
for getting cosy with hot musicians. Are you REALLY saying that?
Um...it's not that great is it.
and the first thing I thought was: wow, Silversun Pickups.
it left me with the opinion that Courtney is a pretty duplicitous character.
Glad nobody was hurt though.
And really cheered me up on a totally shit morning...nice work Dom.
I really don't see how anyone could think that the writer was baiting Anton at all. He clearly looks for an excuse to be outraged.
I was thinking the other day Wintermute would be a great band name.
they played a fucking stormer in Brighton.
if there is any footage of Paul Tipler on the DVD?
I haven't been so intrigued by a piece of journalism in a long time.
poor, poor Raz.
ace, this is my favourite song on the album.
you were all like "this is the best band in the world!"
and I was like "really? You think?"
and you were like "YEAH"
not sure what your point is?
can't wait to hear this!
supported these guys last night...awesome sound live and ace lighting!
are gonna have a great year methinks.
For Fans Of: Joy Division and Bloc Party....are you sure?!
I'm gonna cut and past that list and use it as my birthday list (crossing off about 10 / 15).
the country that is to the West of England.
It's geographers slang.
hmmm. But they are will to caught them when they've got an album to sell.
I agree it'd be annoying, but that really comes with the fame. As well as a fleet of cars and several houses.
that footage of Jay Kunt getting headbutted by a photographer?
Laugh? I nearly shat myself.
put it away luv, there's a good gran.
once in a while DiS news throws it's readers a fetid carcass to toy with and maul.
Forever Changes is in my top 10 albums of all time.
I thankfully got to see him in action at the Scala - thanks to a tip off from DiS about a secret gig. Thanks Arthur and thanks DiS - was one of the best gigs I've been to.
I had to pay to get into a couple of places (including 4 quid) for Metric.
But yeah it was worth it. I'll go next year if there's bands that I want to see.
didn't know what to expect, but I really enjoyed them. The lead singer is quite static when he performs, but the guitarists jumped around and sang along which made smile.
Metric, Komakino, Maccabees, Seeing Scarlet. Ace.
Quick! Police dogs! Run!
supported them on their Brighton gig, they were very good live - especially considering they were both pretty fucking ill!
sevral times and by the end I am so, so bored. I wanted to like it and "Your Ex Lover is Dead" is a great song.
The album is a yawnfest for me though.
I don't 'but' anything. Ever.
Cool, I'll buy it when it comes out for sure...real shame the mag is closing down - I've only just discovered it thanks to you/this thread and google.
nice work on upping that score...*cough*9*cough*
p.ssst Send my the copy. I won't tell anyone, I promise...it'll be our dirty little secret.
are you one of those inbred types?
where can I get a copy of that interview?
That was the best gig I've ever been to. Passionate, joyous, angry, emotive, foot-stamping, arm-raising, heart-thumping, beautiful and perfect.
Great review Diver. I would've given it 10, but I am gay for The Constantines.