she played poker face just her voice and the piano ala. live lounge version before the proper version and it literally could Not have been mimed. maybe the rest.
and can't really defend the amount of articles in this bracket aside from maybe that DiS took this opportunity during the change over to bring back some of their old friends to trial some new kind of features etc. ie. i can imagine entirely a takeover of this variety working amazingly well if it was a band the majority of the boards enjoyed you see. we'll see i guess. btw, no personal quarrel you must understand.
this kind of animosity is Ridiculous.
here it comes, i enjoyed the Kaiser Chiefs demoes and early stuff that DiS got me into them through, i enjoyed their album Employment and i think there are some stellar pop tracks on Yours Truly Angry Mob, i have lost touch with them purely because their songs haven't grabbed me quite as much recently however i respect them entirely. whenever i see them on tv they seem like great down to earth lads, they played Elland Road and recently opened Leeds Academy showing they obviously still care about their hometown. they're not full of themselves and are in fact rather modest about their work, notice from the entire bullet-point list there was maybe 5 short bullet points about/around their Actual gig and no self-indulging RE: audience reaction/girls/song titles etc. and it proved as a rather interesting read i found about a bands life on the road. a true story. not glamorized or owt. there are enough other articles on DiS so as readers that Aren't into this/the band can read elsewhere rather than make rather obvious remarks RE: DiS' target audience etc. i've been a member on these boards for the last 6 years and i can usually accept some of the hostility as positive/negative criticism but constructive none-the-less but some of the people replying to this are just plain cunts. it has to be said.
i like her too and think it's one of her stronger songs tbh.
i'm sure rolo and danananaykroyd weren't on there until recently.
i wish i could pick a day though. sundays looking more likely tbh.
and a great read and point to be made to be honest. not gospel for every situation but i think it's true, the more people hear of you, even if that May be for free, the more potential new fans you may have to buy your merch/come to your shows rather than not a single one of them having never heard you. great article DiS and well wrote Fakesensations
i generally am enjoying most of it, to add a bit of positive feedback. one thing i would like to see (which i realize has bee aforementioned) is maybe having a 'threads started' as well as a 'more recent posts' tables on each user profile; i think it's a good idea to have the 'threads started' but not instead of, as well. :) thanks
Dana and Wild Beasts were Fantastic. Foals were average. that is all.
and i reckon that with DiScover you're kinda covering that section anyway. a book review or two may be nice though every so often :)
the 'demos' section back!
as well as the gig later on. rather excited about it now actually. nice lil' taster article this one, good effort.
let's get a look at that poster/t-shirt then!?
8 songs from Puzzle.
Mountains and 57 to end it.
worst set Ever.
played well admittedly but still. frustrating.
as much as i hate to say it Winehouse or Last Shadow Puppets would've been solid choices for this.
you can hear 88 online..
a link to '88? crackin' tune that's not on their myspace
dispute the length. some of my favourite albums are on the shorter rather than longer side.
i just thought 2 years on that sounds rather excessive.
why That tattoo on Him.
"These 37 minutes of music is the end product of two years’ inspiration, frustration, toil and passion."
this year at Glastonbury around 5pm on wednesday night there were two other cars in front of us turning into the car park ie. no queue and little to no queue leaving too! the bigger fests seem to have their finger on the pulse
the Alternative stage featuring. Youthmovies and
the BBC Introducing stage.
forget to copy paste the full Festival Republic stage line-up from efestivals/reading website/their own boards
is exactly what i thought.
tickets and transport for a big group of mates?
really. and the video.. srsly?!
in at Number One.. it's a sad day for music.
ha, i was there too, highly boring.
and Jack White coming on?! wtf. just no.
on Let's Wrestle, kinda agreed on N*E*R*D too, okay but nothing spesh' and as slick as the Last Shadow Puppets track is, they All sound the same, i have no doubt however that it would make for Amazing James Bond theme music.
i'm working V and Bestival and definately hope to catch them again, saw them at Glastonbury then at their own show in Bristol a few nights ago.
the intro into My People is Amazing live.
that makes me ridiculously happy
which festival is next
sent me that line on a txt.
i flippin' loved it.
that pleases me as i think i may head to Newport tommorrow to see them. much from the new/3rd album? Casually/Seven&FourWays > everything else
this performance was amazing.
i'm not even a big franz' fan but being down at the front for this whole thing at the park stage was truly special.
and i'm enjoying that picture of eva too
for Jonquil, Sky Larkin and many more i feel.
this x 5
seriously, who is left for the BBC Introducing stage this year!?
this is on the whole rather crap.
however The Cribs, Ting Tings, Lightspeed Champion, Raconteurs, Hold Steady, Black Kids, Hot Chip, Massive Attack, Biffy', Band Of Horses, Vampire Weekend, Crystal Castles and Black Keys will all be excellent.
twas rather good.
liars and bat for lashes!?
i'm out of touch.
if it's MGMT i may sell my ticket.
that they are overrated but nevertheless still a good band. saw them at SXSW and enjoyed them enough to buy a killer t-shirt which would be even more killer if who saw me wearing it had 3D glasses on.
i bumped into them soon after and they were truly gutted. terrible news to such lovely lads whom it was a pleasure to meet on several ocasions at South By'
thank you Kev and team.
i'm gonna ignore most of the negativity as this has been and Is amazing.
i get confused by a guy with my name who is the Editor of a New York magazine, inc. photopass; cue an amazing few days in the photopit for Serj', Tom Morello, Ben Harper, Billy Bragg, REM, etc. etc.
i've met and interviewed a shed load of bands as well as Lamacq, Zane Lowe and Huw Stephens and tbh there is nowhere else in the world where i could see such a diverse line-up of music in such odd and unique locations at the age of 18 whilst interviewing/photographing bands.
bothered about this news however if it means they're not at any european festivals (which i have gathered is the Main idea) then i'm happy