25. Jun. 2012, 23:16 von Fatnecker
30. Mai. 2012, 18:53 von sighrensHere's the latest update from The Streetlamp Doesn't Cast Her Shadow Anymore music blog:
Griff wrote about mellow, post-rock Swedish indie-rockers Turn Off Your Television. Read the article here.
Gordon wrote about the Streetlamp team's week of culture as they visited the events laid on for Glasgow's International Festival of Visual Arts 2012. Read the article here.
Gordon wrote about The Sleeping Cinema - an evening of surrealist cinema projected on to the ceiling while the audience sleep below - by Glasgow artist Alexander Storey Gordon. Read the article here.
Griff wrote about all-girl, pop-punk trio The Tuts. Read the article here.
Gordon wrote about retro-Sci-fi, surf-Punk band Man or Astro-Man?. Read the article here.
Griff wrote about The Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees and Glasgow May Day. Read the article here.
Griff wrote about the brilliant Luna Moth and their new album 'Shadows Casting Trees'. Read the article here.
29. Jan. 2012, 15:47 von influenciable
8. Mär. 2011, 1:26 von archangelfilmsBEHOLD! THE LIST OF NAMES!
? and the Mysterians
Add? & Deeskee
Can I beat?
Die drei ???
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Dr. Who Dat?
Grindcat! It's my cat?
Have we met?
Limited Express (has gone?)
Los Panchos? Si!
Man or Astro-Man?
Matchy with Question?
No Condom? Whatever!
Oh my God, you are a horse?!
What About A Band?
What happened to Roy G. Biv?
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?
Which One's Pink?
Who Hit John?
Who killed Frank?
WTF?! And Dead Prez
X, Y, Z
If there's any more, i'll add them.
3. Jan. 2011, 1:29 von jakeishere1209Last update: 07.15.14
363 acts in total (excluding repeat bands/artists).
* - partial set seen
**-partial partial set seen
Artists/Bands seen multiple times - [# already seen/# total times seen]
I used to shoot videos at shows, some of them are pretty good. Check 'em out here: youtube.com/JakeIsHere93
July 10, 2014
July 8, 2014
June 29, 2014
Gary Clark Jr.*
June 26, 2014
Plan-It-X Fest 2014 (I saw more bands than listed, only including sets I remember or that I'm positive I attended)
Colby The Heart*
Ramshackle Glory* [2/2]
Harry and the Potters
Bogsey and the Argonauts
Mitch the Champ
Andrew Jackson Jihad [5/5]
Erik Petersen of Mischief Brew
The Max Levine Ensemble*
Lipstick Homicide charging $10 for cds lolz
31. Dez. 2010, 2:06 von TrixRabbi
31. Mai. 2010, 23:01 von MrMario1Best Acts:
Radiohead, Roger Waters (The Wall), Eagles, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood, Foo Fighters, Aphex Twin, Kiss, Aerosmith, Slash, Suicidal Tendencies, 65daysofstatic, Fleet Foxes, The Residents, Tenacious D, The Roots, Nicolas Jaar, Tim Hecker, Nosaj Thing, Man or Astro-Man?
Buiten Westen 2014
Totaly Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
PITCH Festival 2014
Todd Terje (live)
Theo Parish (live band)
sean kuti & Egypt 80
Awanto3 (live band)
Man or Astro-man?
Man or Astro-Man?
London Calling 2014, Saturday
19. Mär. 2010, 15:43 von kahhtI don't know how exciting I can make this but day 2 was an exceptionally fun day (for me anyhow). I hung out with Joni from CHUO for a good part of the day running around to parties and meeting promoters and people from labels. There are soooo many people from New York and L.A. It makes sense but it still astounds me. Everyone is really neat. (and I say that just in case they read this and if I said the truth they may never talk to me again... ha ha)
My feet started hurting by the time 7pm hit. Brutal. I went back to the hotel for a quick rest before heading out for the evening's events. My hangover from the afternoon of heavy drinking also started to kick in. W.T.F? I think tomorrow I'm going to take in a bunch of panels to give my feet a break.
For the night time I went to see the Sub Pop and Hardly Art showcase. I met up with Sasha there and a few other promoters and radio station people while watching Dum Dum Girls, Golden Triangle and The Ruby Suns.
31. Dez. 2009, 19:49 von myrmidonmageI was planning this a lot earlier, but then Mork wrote his before I could even get on the computer today. DAMN YOU FOR HAVING A LAPTOP.
My Top 4 Albums of 2009
Explanation: I've only listened to four of 2009's new albums. XD
1: Fragmentary Evidence - Augury
This is a ridiculous album. It's definitely death metal, but their sense of melody and riff composition is very much out-of-the-ordinary for the subgenre. The singing switches between growling and clean, with a use of female vocals that actually works: groundbreaking. XD It's a huge mass of shifting time signatures and riffs which somehow manages to make sense. Also, their bassist is awesome.
My pick of tracks: Sovereigns Unknown, Orphans Of Living, Oversee The Rebirth
2: Milorg - Vreid
I do rather love this album. It's catchy and rhythmic black metal, yet isn't untrue. There seem to be some folk influences in there as well, which is nice. The album's basically a concept album about Norway's role in World War II - the lyrics…
31. Dez. 2009, 17:07 von dischord33Being the 31st of December and everything, I figured it was about time I looked back at all the albums I bought/borrowed/downloaded over the course of the past 9 years and 364 days, and picked out my top twenty.
That's a lie. I was only six when we came into the new millenium, and not many six-year-olds listen to Nadja (a search for "drone baby" does not bring up ANY pictures of babies listening to drone, which is too bad).
So what this list really is, is my top twenty albums that were released in the last 9 years and 364 days. Whilst the mainstream has been largely dominated by pop, r'n'b and rap this decade, the was a lot of great music if you bothered to look for it.
How do I judge a great album? Well, there are three kinds of great albums:
a) an album filled with consistantly great songs (Mellow Gold by Beck)
b) an album with many hits and a few misses, where the hits are good enough to make up for the misses, and then some (Destroy all Astromen! by Man or Astro-Man?)