30 Jul 2009, 00:06 by Angie9
8 Jun 2008, 20:54 by trivial0921Fri 6 Jun – Ladytron, Datarock
After a long, hot waiting-around in the Stubb's backyard, Datarock graced us with their energetic presence. All in all I REALLY liked these guys. They had amazing energy and really got the crowd worked up. They spared no time letting us know that they came alll the way from Norway to perform for us, which was actually pretty funny. Their sax player was incredible, especially in the very beginning, just wailing on that thing. Also, I don't know if it was just me, but their drummer looked JUST like Peter Stormare...
I especially loved their little quips about finally getting enough money to get matching track suits, and then later "I want you all to jump with us! We're wearing track suits so we have to jump!" =D. Their performance of Computer Camp Love was flat-out hilarious, with the whole band acting the song out with an electronica background. I liked these guys before I saw them, but now i love em!
21 Mar 2008, 23:19 by nu_born
12 Nov 2007, 03:14 by zehricardo.
O que dizer de tal evento? Por onde simplesmente começar? Primazia de organização, bem como limpeza ( e conscientização! ) impecavelmente admiravel?
E os shows então?
Bom após a correria pra conseguir um atestado, faltar no serviço e ir para o festival ( com o coração na mão de imaginar que talvez minha linda fosse impedida de entrar ), enfim chego, revejo-a, e dou inicio a um dos melhores ( e isso afirmando com plena certeza ) dias de minha vida!
O primeiro show, o do Supercordas no Main Stage eu não vi, ao invés disso preferi rodar pelo local, curtir as variadas opções, o Chill Out, o Lambe-Lambe, e sim ( e nossa! ) o Mercado Mundo Mix ( sem palavras, só "uhuu" mesmo ), alias dentre as muitas ( e excelentes ) opções acabei comprando uma camisa do Taxi Driver e minha namorada uma do Scarface.
Bom prosseguindo, Lucy and The Popsonics, primeiro show do Indie Stage, cara que show, confesso que não esperava tanto. …
7 Oct 2007, 22:11 by _oleMy short list: Last 5 years of bergen music:
Lorraine I Feel It
Röyksopp Poor Leno
Kings of Convenience Cayman Islands
Datarock Computer Camp Love
Sondre Lerche Say It All
Ephemera On the Surface
Erlend Øye Boys don't cry
Ralph Myerz & The Jack Herren Band The Teacher
Magnet Lay Lady Lay
Poor Rich Ones Drown
29 Sep 2007, 16:50 by TheAbdBoyI've scrobbled my 9000th track on last.fm just now, the track that was scrobbled was Stronger. I would like to take the time to look at my "Top Artists for the week ending 23 Sep 2007".
10. Justin Timberlake
How I heard about him: I really don't care. Didn't like him too much until he brought Sexyback with Timbaland.
First song heard: Cry Me a River
Favorite Track(s): SexyBack
Albums/Songs owned: FutureSex/LoveSounds
How I heard about him: That annoying song.
First song heard: Lonely
Favorite Track(s): None, I just somehow still listen to him
Albums/Songs owned: Konvicted
How I first heard about her: Destiny's Child? Or maybe because she was in Goldmember.
First song heard: Baby Boy
Favorite Track(s): None, because she just manages to sneak onto my playlist.
Albums/Songs owned: B'Day
How I first heard about her: Songs on the radio. At first she wasn't that great until her new album came out. Also she was hotter before her second album came out.
28 Aug 2007, 20:01 by mattglibota504 days to reach this big point.
50 000 tracks of some of the greatest music on the planet.
Computer Camp Love was the lucky track for this monumental moment.
50 000 tracks
99.2 tracks a day
297 minutes of music a day
4.9 hours a day.
Death from Above 1979
Queens of the Stone Age
Thunderbirds Are Now!
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ten Second Epic
20 Aug 2007, 03:53 by pr0ntySince I missed the milestone of my 1,000th song listened to on Last.fm, I made sure I was watching for the next one.
And quite frankly, this one's cooler than 1,000, anyway.
So when the occasion of my 1,337th song came up, I made sure I was playing Harry Potter (British-ish). Man, I love that song. XD
*laughs until she cries*
I did consider some other nerdy-type songs for it (Computer Camp Love, Cat Macros, The Saga Begins, to name a few), but since I'm an absolutely nutty fangirl for anything Harry Potter, the choice quickly became obvious. :D
Wonder what my next milestone should be.
19 Jul 2007, 15:35 by thehushsound77Today I chose:
This Norwegian duo make some of the most interesting songs I've heard in a long time. For being from a non- English speaking country, they seem to have a better grasp of the English language than a lot of the population of this country. Check out the song "Computer Camp Love" , you'll love it thoroughly. Lyrics like "She's not a tramp, her name is Judy, that's a nice name!" and some lyrics ripped off from a pretty famous musical. You'll see. Just listen. Give em a chance you think they are weird. You won't be sorry.
Until the next episode...
5 Jul 2007, 09:58 by aRj4nSun 1 Jul – Metropolis
Arriving 45 minutes too late due to slow friends - tnx Dave :dry: - I actually didn't see the first band I really wanted to see this day: Menomena. As we were walking towards the stage they were just about to end their last song. Ah well. Enough great bands to check out, even if the The Blood Arm, Holy Fuck and Junior Boys had been cancelled.
Pete & The Pirates
Next were Pete & the Pirates, a band I had been looking forward to. If not for the excellent name they picked, certainly for the very positive things one can find on them. The quaint and humorous indie pop and bits of folk they play offered a great start to our visit. Even the slight disappointment cos of the lack of pirate outfits couldn't ruin this, and in the end these Reading buccaneers left us with the feeling we had heard a bunch of really great songs in the vein of for example the Mystery Jets and British Sea Power. On Stolen Recordings