on Gary Low or the samples. that would be, as you say, undermining Ernest's work.
just feel to not mention them in the slightest is a bit misleading.
echo your sentiments on the live show.
to gary low seriously undermines this review.
boy does he look like lleyton hewitt tonight.
this album has been reviewed without a single mention of "Mrs. Cold"
that i will have lived all of my twenties in poorly named decades. can we not call the next decade the tens or the teens? teenies is a bit preschool.
so it can be forgiven for not reinventing the wheel.
I love this. So Insane is great.
Flo's back story is any more valid than that of La Roux.
I miss the rawness of earlier recordings which isn't there. I'm Not Calling You A Liar sounded ridiculously amazing in a rawer form, the new version leaves me cold.
If I hadn't heard the old version though, I'd probably like it.
at half past three. i'll be playing with my band on the Dada stage. http://www.shatteredsatellite.com/alcool for tunes
it's for an amazing cause as well. charity called atttitude is everything who fight for disabled people's rights in relation to music venues. anyway i must go pack. bring on neil young and springsteeeen
Audiogalaxy. Kind of like an early BitTorrent when I think about it.
have you listened to this record?
meh. so just because you can't envisage any sea-change in musical opinion occuring from this record, Oye loses points.
The review doesn't really highlight that The Whitest Boy Alive are a band in their own right instead of the new project from Erlend Oye, otherwise known as that guy from Kings of Convenience who likes minimal.
I don't understand it either. I feel like all these reviewers are just reading other reviews before judging it.
Courage, 1517, Island are all absolute tunes. It is a more cohesive album than 'Dreams'. No mention of the exceptionally tight musicianship on show.
I cannot see how 'Quiet is the New Loud' can be considered a precursor to Fleet Foxes or 'Bov' Iver either. Lazy.
used to be so raw and intensely amazing.
why haven't they just let this girl do what she does best? sing so loud it sounds like she's about to collapse.
hoping this somehow grows on me.
a big difference between commercial radio and a filesharing site. They do not both fall under the umbrella bracket of promotion. I think artists should get a cut of the money that these online "storage lockers" get. The FAC looks really promising, but I don't see how it will impact this kind of online site.
P2P/Torrent/Filesharing sites make an absolute shedload, do you not think some of that wealth should be redistributed to the artist?
You make it sound like Mininova are doing you the biggest favour to distribute your music for free and keep all the money they make money through advertising. Although servers cost money, I"m way too much of a cynic to think they wouldn't be offering the service they do if they weren't making a profit.
is lush. i put it on my blog here ----> http://shatteredsatellite.blogspot.com/2008/10/daniel-johnston-story-of-artist.html
i've only recently started listening to his stuff, but the 1982 Don't Be Scared tape seems to be a good entry point for me.
durrr will move elsewhere?
of the article makes it sound like the second LP is already recorded, which isn't really what the singer says in the interview.
still though, fair play to them for wanting to get more stuff out quickly!