10 Jul 2008, 20:00 by NLN89
23 Jun 2008, 11:14 by AlfaddurCOLOR BANDS
Rock Artists Connections for the Color Bands group
Red Wanting BlueRed , 3 Colours Red, Red Light Green , Rubyhorse, Joan Red , Forever Like Red , The Color Red , The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus , Baton Rouge , Society Red , Red Engine Nine, Matt Redman , Redwood , Cardinal Trait , Simply Red , Etched In Red , Red Sparowes , King Crimson , Behind Crimson Eyes , Red Letter Print , Red Letter Agent , Red Handed , Cherry Monroe , Green on Red , Red Room Cinema , Shaded Red , Buckcherry , Vendetta Red , Deep Purple , Red House Painters , Red Hot Chili Peppers , Black Stone Cherry , Redlightmusic , Flood Of Red , Ever Stays Red , August Burns Red , Roses Are Red , Red Umbrella , Redmark, Society Red, Redding, Blonde Redhead
Top Of The Orange , The Orange Lights, Orange Juice , Age Of Orange , Amber Pacific , Amber Smith , Orange Avenue
Yellowcard , Yellow Second , Goldfrapp , Goldfinger , Blonde Redhead
21 Jun 2008, 23:54 by Saegl0purSeeing Sigur Ros in three days (and Ratatat next month...and the faint are coming to the UK soon too) so this will be updated really soon, i can almost rely on it being the best gig i will ever experience.
The top 5 list!
1: Anathallo, Indigo Moss, Surrounded, This Town Needs Guns
Indescribably incredible live band, saw them twice that week, but this gig with brilliant support acts was a real gem. Not a big venue at all, which made it better. I was at the front throughout all the bands. I met up with Matt (Anathallo's lead singer) and spent a few hours with him in London before the gig began that day, went to a coffee shop, walked and chatted and sat and read a paper. He was very humble and interesting, really nice to meet him.
2: The Good Life, The Tupolev Ghost
So few people were at this gig it was crazy. Less than 20? Yeah probably. It was such a rush to chat with Tim Kasher, what an idol. While performing he probably thought "ah well…
2 Feb 2008, 12:38 by MrLarkJust over a week ago, on January 25, Grantura played the The Luminaire in Kilburn. I'd really enjoyed the venue before when I did a bit of impromptu singing with The Prints of Whales.
We of Grantura did our thing and quite enjoyed the set and got a pretty good response from the crowd and all that.
Also, it was my birthday a few days later, so I'd invited a few mates down to have some pints and enjoy the gig. I gets off stage and having a chat with them and we're getting all this 'sssh' a few member of the crowd. We were at the fucking bar for gods sake. And it's not a small intimate venue. My girlfriend even got told to be quiet when Indigo Moss were BETWEEN numbers. Incidentally, they were ok, but murdered Crazy Man Michael.
Some bloke had real go at my friend Sally who took a call on her phone. She'd paid £8 for this pleasure. Seriously, we were by the bar. If you want to hear the tunes go to the front.
I love the Americana scene and many of the bands out there. …
9 Jan 2007, 17:22 by ChrisChinchillaBeen rather lame with blog posts recently, you see I'm know self-employed, so not only do I have work to do, but when I don't, I have to look for work... On top of all that I'm arranging my trip to Australia...
Also, I haven't posted many articles or reviews recently, because I finally have a paid writing job which is taking up most of my time, now it's finally launched I'll start telling you about some of the stuff I'm posting there, more of that later...
Firstly a few news titbits that caught my eye...
New Chart Rules
Armed Cop Challenge
And this is very interesting...
I took a trip to the Museum of London and think I might have found the roots of the North / South divide in country and London Terms, I was going to post photos, but they didn't come out very well...
In the museum is a map of Roman Briton, South England is called "Britannia Superior", North England "Britannia Inferior"...
29 Oct 2006, 10:46 by SoundhogAnother look at Juanita & Co in Bath's quaint & quirky Moles Club tonight.
Support was from Indigo Moss who look like The Waltons and come over like a cross between The Buffseeds, Big Sur and Larrikin Love, mixing acoustic guitars with bass, banjo and mandolin to create pleasant, relaxing soundscapes. Certainly pleasing enough to keep an eye on. Check out their website for more information.
If anything, Howling Bells were better than the last time I saw them at The Fleece in July, the songs and playing better than cd quality. Moles might be small but the sound didn't suffer at all and the audience packed down to see a mesmerising performance which was all too short, bearing in mind they are still drawing all material from Howling Bells Still, given the potential this band has, I reckon we will see a new release sooner rather than later.
They are soon on tours with The Killers, Futureheads and Placebo, so if you are going to see any of those gigs, check HB out. …
1 Nov 2005, 15:19 by dustymothI can't remember dates but it is in a vaguely chronological order.
Also some of the bands I don't actually like, they were just support.
Mull Historical Society
Frank Black and the Catholics
Manic Street Preachers
British Sea Power
Belle & Sebastian
Auf Der Maur
A Perfect Circle
Zombina and the Skeletones (4)
Walls of Jericho
now its overhead
Sons and Daughters (2)
Misty's Big Adventure
50 Foot Wave
Nine Inch Nails
Architecture in Helsinki (2)
The Noisettes (2)
Monkey Swallows the Universe (5)
The Long Blondes
Michael J Coxx (2)
Champion Kickboxer (3)
The Yell (4)
Smokers Die Younger (3)
We Start Fires