Gen 28 2013, 23:13 di Bloopy
Dic 6 2012, 13:58 di PsychorizonAs much as previous generations of musicians are an inspiration to current young bands, this has been the case at a time where many of todays’ Rockers haven’t even been born yet. When in the late 70s a british girl by the name of Jody Turner took her admiration of the very successful RUNAWAYS, it took but a day to start a band of her own, recruiting her sister Julie as member number two. This was the birth of ROCK GODDESS...
Read more about Rock Goddess and their associates The Runaways, Braindance, Girlschool and She here!
Nov 12 2012, 19:04 di Psychorizon"Lightning doesn’t usually strike twice. So it’s no surprise that when rock impresario Kim Fowley tried to replicate the success of his all-girl band The Runaways with another all-girl ensemble, the results fizzled instead of sizzled.That’s a shame because the group in question, The Orchids, released a pretty good album in 1980. The self-titled release eschews The Runaways overdrive sound in favor of girl-group melodicism and snappy new wave tempos. Producer Fowley (who also takes credit as “director”) wrote or co-wrote almost all the songs on this LP, and while there are no flashes of brilliance, it’s consistently listenable and enjoyable. (...)"
Read the entire story about The Orchids with referrences on The Runaways, Baby Roulette and the Rave Ons, Backstage Pass, The Go-Gos, The Bangles and Puss N Bootshere!
Nov 7 2012, 17:56 di atriumvestaeFirst of all, I remember you that English isn't my first language and I don't speak it fluently, so excuse me if I make mistakes.
1. How did you get into 29? (Florence + the Machine)
I saw the videoclip of Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) in the profile page of a friend on Tuenti.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Paramore)
Never Let This Go, I think.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (Ramin Djawadi)
He's the composer of the Game of Thrones soundtrack, his music doesn't have lyrics.
4. How did you get into 49? (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
I don't know. I mean... I think I've always known about them.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (The Killers)
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (The Temper Trap)
I haven't listen to a lot of their songs, but I'll say Trembling Hands.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Beirut)
Hmm... I think no.
8. What is your favorite song by 15? (Vampire Weekend)
Giu 18 2011, 4:37 di DarkSarcasm_
Apr 17 2011, 3:38 di DarkSarcasm_
Mar 25 2011, 3:10 di SoapMagicI shall divide the artists that I'm interested in into "female singer-songwriters and female-fronted bands" (regardless of genres), "indie/alternative rock", and "miscellaneous". Some of these artists are already in my library, but the amount of plays are less than 100, so they qualify. I will continually add to the list and remove artists as I progress.
Female Singer-Songwriters and Female-Fronted Bands
She & Him
Evelyn Evelyn (Amanda Palmer's side project that I've yet to listen to)
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Fleetwood Mac (Stevie Nicks years)
Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble of Shadows
Gen 24 2011, 16:30 di ashdinosaurThe Slits
Robots in Disguise
bitch and animal
The Catholic Girls
Hagar the Womb
Those Dancing Days
First Aid Kit
Au Revoir Simone
Cansei de Ser Sexy
Gen 13 2011, 21:29 di Call2Arms
Gen 4 2011, 0:03 di foxyluva20. Tom Jones - Praise & Blame
While I have always liked Tom Jones, I have never really given his post 1980 albums much thought. He has always attached himself to whatever musical movement was hip at the time, from dance, to R&B, to Hip-Hop, with mostly disastrous results. However, when I read that he was going to be recording with Ethan Johns for this album, I felt a glimmer of hope. Like the Joe Cocker album Johns produced a few years back, Praise & Blame is a rootsy affair, with religious undertones. In my view, it is easily the best Tom Jones album released in my lifetime.
What Good Am I?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGawnVcpzB4
19. Weezer - Hurley
Sometimes I don't know what to think about Weezer. One one hand they released some of the best power pop records of the 90s, and then on the other, they have turned themselves into the alternative version of Smash Mouth in more recent years. However, I still keep buying their new records hoping they will go back to what they do best. …