this is better than both by some distance imo. Hangover Child is a gem of a tune.
think I might have to pick this one up
will still give it a listen at some point though.
there's some really good stuff on his Semi Circle and Spring Textures EPs, I'll have to check the album out at some point.
it sounds like precisely what it is - a bunch of Chemical Chords cast-offs. I quite like the Atlas Sound remix of Neon Beanbag but the rest of it hasn't made much of an impression on me.
that isn't The Warehouse Project
looking forward to the UK tour as well
if the Manchester gig was somewhere other than the Warehouse Project I'd have been tempted, but it's not and for that reason I'm out
possibly the best thing they've done since The Unutterable
will have to pick this up at some point.
going to have to give this one a swerve unfortunately.
it's a toss-up between my Bikini Kill and Hot Snakes shirts for dress down Friday.
it really isn't that good
DiS, you cock-tease.
an Armani logo tattooed on his arm? Footballers are almost exclusively bellends these days.
he is a total waste of time as a live act. Not that his recorded material is any good.
let's make it happen.
Jesus H. That's more Finlay Quaye than anyone should ever be exposed to
It's Dark and Hell is Hot is still bangin' though.
can't wait to hear it.
there's something a bit Reef about this shower.
ditto. Must admit I guessed at half of them though.
but I can't wait to hear this. They were thoroughly enjoyable at King's College the other week, too.
they won't put Island in the Sun on this one.
this is genuinely shit news.
I wish they'd decapitated the real thing.
I've been meaning to get this album for a while now. Anything with Masta Ace on it has to be worth a listen.
still made me lol
me and all
going to this gig
if you were inbred.
I really enjoyed Six Organs as well. Dirty Projectors were the highlight for me though.
She's got a cousin
In fact she's got 'bout a dozen
She's got one in the oven
Sounds a bit Bob Pollard to me. Still, this album couldn't be any worse than the last one. New stuff sounded decent when I last saw them.
er, not die?
Jesus, clutching at straws a bit there. And what the fuck is the point of having a 'Best TV Show' award at a music awards show? Other than to give the NME an excuse to print more shite about The Mighty Boosh, that is.
and even Swans felt a bit anti-climactic in the encore. I definitely thought there were hints of Arcade Fire there as well, particularly when they did that Sinead O'Connor cover (which I quite enjoyed).
Thought that support band was pretty shit, though.
I didn't really enjoy it all that much. Though that might just be because I'm not familiar with the new stuff, which there was obviously plenty of.
she also gave me a copy of their demo EP which was nice of her.