Bloody love me some Fiona Apple.
I mean vinyl!
*please still accept my entry.
I pretty much expect this record to be below average (I doubt I'll even get around to listening to it tbh), but there's no point in reviewing an album if you know nothing about the artist's music.
Strings of Life
Not Stings :)
I'm going to go for.
Derrick May - Stings of Life
Stardust - Music Sounds Better
Ricardo Villalobos - Easy Lee
...but also chucks in some new surprises too, right when you thought you had heard everything from Nas. (Stupid reply system).
Nice to see someone who's actually into hip hop writing for DiS. I still expected to click on this review and see a 4/10 from some bozo debating the use of the n-word or something.
Anyway, spot on, not a flawless record but one that not only side-steps all the pit falls of his releases over the last decade
I love this album. Box set looks sweet.
and, yeah, probably should have been ya'll. London tickets & those goodie bags sound awesome :)
Were the Kaiser Chiefs or Kasabian making 'cool' music? Not in my books, but they made solid fucking bank out of it. What would be a more successful commercially successful angle for a rock band to take in 2011 (assuming they are not proficient electronic musicians)? Isn't business about finding niches in markets too?
ended up still thinking he was a bit of a wally. I don't think he explains the shift in their style particularly convincingly either.
Cher Lloyd 'looks like a preying mantis on a comedown' is a good line though, I'll give him that.
But it seems like a sure fire way to lose potential traffic for DiS. Pretty sure other sites do slow countdowns with 400 ruddy pages to click through for a reason.
Whereby it was simply a list of all the Weezer records, highlighting order of preference with > signs.
is the answer