great title and greater song.
And the writer that used it several times, in a derogatory manner. Seems like he's come up with the opening and finishing lines and tried to just bulk out a review from there.
I was (originally) just trying to voice an opinion on the album.
It's certainly laid back and stuff, but it's not wimpy one kid in a bedroom blogosphere gubbins.
I'd love to have pictures that large on here as well, but obviously it doesn't fit into the current layout at all. The flickr lightbox is pretty nifty, but when that sort of thing goes wrong it's terrible, like with facebook.
I think thumbnails could work. Just checked what other sites do and the way msn do thumbnail picture browsing is pretty shit. The Guardian's way (http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/gallery/2011/sep/09/bestival-2011-in-pictures#/?picture=378801589&index=0 ) is a nice flash thing. And The Telegraph get around using flash by stripping down the website for 'In Pictures' articles, so there's not scrolling needed ( http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturepicturegalleries/8746493/PJ-Harvey-wins-the-prestigious-Mercury-Prize-for-a-second-time.html?image=10 )
on the In Photos section. It's so annoying to have to click and waiting for the whole page to reload and then have to scroll down, especially when there are pictures from festivals (which I prefer, as there are only a couple of each act) and it's about 60-odd pages. I know more clicks = more money, but I haven't clicked on an In Photos article in ages because of this.
considering how amazing it looks.
I just hope i don't over-play it now so that I'm a bit bored of it by summer, when it'll be perfect.
and their bundles of fun.
the amount of underwhelming tracks on this album is really disappointing, especially as i got the Let Go/My Way single beforehand, which got me really excited about the album.
c&p for accuracy, cheers.
I was there, it was at the Paradiso...
in the second room upstairs.
I wonder if they'll include the 5 minute interlude because of the drummer destroying his bass pedal, which was filled with such inspired chants as "p2p, p2p!" "proxy servers!" and "bit torrent!", probably not...
Really, what do you expect?
just actually read the article :/
i misinterpreted his post as meaning this weekend, hence the confusion, cheers :)
when/where are Dananananakroyd in Sheffield?
If it is i may have to return prematurely, what with Sabrepulse playing the night before as well.
Echo & the Bunnymen played it like 3 years ago for example. As well as Animal Collective in recent years, it's just the smallest tent.
might just have a holiday in Barcelona instead.
There are more places than just London in this country :(
Any transcriptions of the interview? Or places to listen to it again?
a collection of sedimentary rocks.
get action photos of bomberman madness!
cant go though, but still, LooseGoose, a bird with few morales.
supposed to sound like it's written by an illiterate foreigner and i'm just missing the joke?
Who do they think they are? Putting on a lineup consistent with the majority of their listeners' tastes, and for free as well!
If it wasnt for touts, it'd be unlikely that the event would sell out entirely. Heck, 3 years ago you could buy tickets on the door for Reading/Leeds, but now with toutmania it sells out in 2 hours.
that just makes it for me, once you've got that it doesnt matter what bands you have.
cheers big ears.
i'd be all over that Manchester date, but after hearing Walk it Off i'm not so sure...
playing 2,000+ Sheffield academy a bit of step up from playing Manchester Academy 3? Seems a bit odd.
I've just realised that their Leeds date clashes with Broken Social Scene playing in Sheffield :(