All very well but i think the vast majority of the presenters would either stay at the BBC or leave.
That is correct. It was also spread across three vinyls for higher sound quality and John Lydon also said that you shouldn't listen to the record all in one go, you should listen to a few tracks here and there.
What is exhausting about being in The XX..They don't even move.
Damn right..Although you can't beat 'Fast Driving Rave Up..' on K.
I think the printed music press should follow the lead of Stool Pigeon and return to being the "music papers".
Make sure I see Blur, the rest of the festival will be a blur.
..i can't even be bothered to reply. The picture of him and the video answers your objection.
Lazy journalism then isn't it. Weren't Spiritualized playing at the same time? I would of been watching them if I had been there anyway.
From experience you never act like that on a stage..ever. If your having some kind of breakdown, apologize leave the stage, try and compose yourself, come back if you can..if not pull the gig or cut yourself up with a coke can.
The drugs thing is an obvious lie utilized to claw back any shred of credibility he once may of had. Which on hearing their music wasn't much. And if he was on drugs,why would you take Ecstasy and Valium together- an upper and a downer, good one Wavves man.
If you can't stand the heat, get out the kitchen, cos someone else will take your Primavera set and actually play to the crowd instead of acting like a pissy spoilt 12 year old. Check the youtube video, it's pathetic..
I never doubted them, just a case of when they were going to execute it. Anyone that covers a Screaming Lord Sutch song is obviously an interesting prospect and when your record collection is far reaching your hardly going to play garage rock forever.
Your gonna hate me for this DIS but...
Shoe-gaze week can only be a bad idea. Cue a hundred copycat online zines' following suit and before we know it, a short lived trend that doesn't even sound like the music it's meant to reference begins. I can see Peaches Geldof playing out 'Loveless' in an oversized Ride t shirt. Puke.
The Fall- Dragnet
Siouxsie And The Banshees- Kaleidoscope
The Cure- Three Imaginary Boys
P.I.L.- Metal Box
Thee Headcoats- 17% Hendrix Was Not the Only Musician
i mean 'Hallogallo'
ps- sea within a sea heavily interpolates NEU!'s Halloglabo. So it is kinda derivative.
I always thought they'd be one to watch despite their ropey beginnings. Rhys and Josh really know a thing or two about music and Faris really knows his post punk-He recommended some of my favourite bands in the post-punk genre via myspace several years back.
I don't think everyone should absolutely bum this record, as really it is the way music should be.
It could be the beginning of a Revolt against Warner Bros, EMI and Universal and their watered down bullshit music