they're pretty good?
I think 7 is a fair mark too.
solely on the music because the festival was such a shambles.
However, I thought Electrelane were great and Late of the Pier sounded pretty good from where I was.
but on this occasion, I disagree quite strongly. Everyone I know who was at this event (about 30 people), with the exception of just one, views it as a bit of a debacle. Maybe we're all miserable bastards but I actually felt a bit ripped off and this interview and your apparent suggestion that we're all over-reacting has, rightly or wrongly, made me more pissed off about the whole situation. The problems that the first ATP at Minehead experienced were minute compared to Field Day's as far as I can see.
leaves a bad taste in the mouth.
and the queue for the lock tavern bbq was pretty bad. The palm sized tray of noodles I had was £5 and ridiculously greasey. The cheese and tomato baguette I has was £4.50. Now, you can't tell me that's not over-priced. I understand it was the first time they've put it on but I think they failed pretty badly on some fundamental basics. The toilet situation (particularly for girls) was a joke and I think for a day long festival, that's pretty lame.
and were horribly over-priced too.
Hoxton Bar & Kitchen in November too!
It's one of the most perfect pop songs I've heard. New Years is very good too.
but what are the rules regarding that? Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan were eligible.
I'd deffo put Kode 9 and the Spaceape in there.
the Von Sudenfed album be eligible?
good for her. Supposed to be nice there.
from the UK?
and pop music will be worse off without him.
yes you should. Or alternatively listen to the first track off the Everything Everything CD and get very excited.
the Everything Everything DVD?
I'm all over it.
we get it, you think it sold out, ilm doesn't. Neither has provided proof of this, although ilm has instructed how to get proof it did sell out.
Can it end now? The comments under this news story are embarrassing enough as it is.
and then come back with the results when you've finished?
just a more manly version of it. I was 15/16 when Definitely Maybe and Morning Glory came out and it was an exciting time. Despite the dirges they've come up with since, I still have time for the first two albums and the odd songs after those.
they were the best band I saw at the last ATP.
they'll play a solo date around that time.
They're so inventive and there are so many great moments. I can't think of a more enjoyable half hour of music released last year.
They are, without doubt, one of the best live bands I've seen and on each of the four occasions I've seen them, they've been nothing short of sensational.
If you've only heard The Meadowlands, seeing them live is probably a bit of an eye-opener.
the Snow Patrol album.
the title fits the whole hyperbole and hype that NME generates. I rate some Primal Scream stuff and I think they have suffered due to some younger (and inferior) bands obviously being influenced by them.
I won't say anything about Ian Brown though because I love The Stone Roses debut album (probably) more than any other album in the world.
but I think Primal Scream have produced some great music.
Screamadelica, Vanishing Point and Xtrmntr have some fantastic music on. They've produced their fair share of shit too but they've got a decent back catalogue.
She's okay everyone.
I can't stop singing it.
and they have a few other songs that sounds as good.
was at Dingwalls.
but I couldn't. Did anyone see Shady Bard?
I'll see what I can do.
I might not be able to get there until around 9.45.
Robbie is nowhere near as good as George Michael.
I thought they'd given up years ago.
has made my day.
but you said you'd like to know if Vespertine was anybody's favourite album of the last six years. Yes, it is. It is also rated highly by a number of other DiS writers, hence why it got the number 1 spot.
has said on numerous occasions that Vespertine is one of, if not, his favourite album of this decade so far. See here: http://www.drownedinsound.com/articles/475439
I like this list, it's passionate and unpredictable. I don't agree with much of it but then we're not all here to agree about music, are we?
Really it should.
lists are rubbish.
I'm guessing it's now too late to enter this?
it was ridiculous.
Still, good call.