• Lineup alternativo do TIM Festival

    25 Aug 2007, 21:31 by saulo

    Recentemente foi confirmada a lista oficial das atrações para o TIM Festival 2007 que vai acontecer em várias capitais brasileiras, inclusive em Vitória, nos dias 27, 28 e 29 de outubro.

    As atrações principais nos outros estados incluêm Antony and the Johnsons, Arctic Monkeys, Björk, Cat Power, Feist, Hot Chip, Juliette and the Licks e The Killers.

    Em Vitória, no dia 28, irão se apresentar a cantora canadense Feist que faz um cremosinho e a banda sueca Cirkus, que faz um que pra falar a verdade eu nunca ouvi nem falar, além de outras undergroundices jazzisticas nos outros dois dias do festival.

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    Feist, que também já participou do Broken Social Scene, é quem encabeça o show aqui no ES. Eu particularmente gosto muito mais do super grupo canadense e preferiria que eles tivessem vindo no lugar dela.

    Pensando nisso, resolvi fazer uma lista das 5 bandas que eu gostaria de ver no Brasil, no TIM Festival, seja no eixo Rio-SP ou aqui em Vitória.
  • clarity!

    26 Jun 2006, 01:21 by spiritualtramp

    To clarify a bit on last night's show because I was too tired to do anything last night...

    The only thing The Subways had going for them in all honesty was the female bassist who rocked her little socks off. She was fun to watch, even though the music was blase.

    Secondly, I love Daryl Palumbo. He is easily one of my favorite vocalists, up there with Anthony Green, Adam Lazzara, and my very own Richie Downs. And I've been trying forever to see him live one way or another, but it always works out that he isn't feeling well when he plays in the area, and whatnot, which I can't be angry about. And I will admit that I dislike the new Head Automatica album immensely, it is not only musically boring but boring ad nauseam. No one seems to be stretching their musical wings at all on the entire album, which disappoints me. I know they are all talented musicians. It's not even so much that it's a pop album, I have no qualms with the concept of pop, but if you're Head Automatica and you make a pop album it better be fucking amazing. …