- Refused, The Bots, Pettybone – The Forum, Kentish Town, 13-Aug-2012
- Nic Jones, The Halliard, Jim Moray – Cecil Sharp House, Camden, 22-Sep-2012
- Dan Stuart, Sacri Cuori – The Borderline, Soho, 11-Sep-2012
- Jeff Mangum, The Music Tapes – Union Chapel, Islington, 14-Mar-2012
- Eliza Carthy, Tim Eriksen – The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, 31-Mar-2012
- The Deep Dark Woods, The Arlenes, Deer Park – The Windmill, Brixton, 22-Feb-2012
- Carrie Rodriguez – Easton Farm Park, Easton, 1-Jul-2012
- Sharon Van Etten, This Is The Kit – Junction 2: The Shed, Cambridge, 7-Oct-2012
- Lydia Loveless, Misty Miller, The Near Death Experience – The Windmill, Brixton, 12-Nov-2012
- Bat For Lashes – The Junction, Cambridge, 13-Jun-2012
As usual, open mike nights are not included in the counts above, but anything with an announced bill is fair game. …
23 Dic 2012, 12:25 de JackWI attended 162 gigs this year, up 52 from last year and an average of a gig every 2.3 days. I've watched approximately 339 distinct band/artists. The best of these were:
1 Dic 2012, 11:41 de JackW
30 Sep 2009, 20:21 de DandelionRadioAndrew Morrison:
Dandelion Radio marks the 5th anniversary of John Peel's death with "Peel Legends" month in October. Andy's 3-hour show features brand new sessions from past session guests on John's BBC Radio 1 show. You'll hear exclusive material from Eat Static, Davey MacManus (of The Crimea), The Aphrodisiacs, Decoration and Martin Carr, as well as some classic tracks from Extreme Noise Terror. On top of all this is a "New Legends" session from Atomizer, whom Andy feels John would've approved of. You'll also hear a New Order jukebox track from their 1998 Peel session; Teresa and Scott's monthly selections; and details of the 2009 Festive Fifty.
Jeff will be featuring two 'New Legends' Sessions for his October Show. First two songs from Clutter (There should have been three but the CD player buggered up!) recorded exclusively for the show. Whilst wolfram wire 'curates' the second exclusive and invites his friends Roj (Broadcast) Kristian Goddard (Woman…
6 Nov 2008, 21:25 de JyotiMishrahttp://www.bzangygroink.co.uk/images/2008/hellosafebz.jpg
Tonight's best new track was the sublime 'Anna' by Hello Saferide. It's a beautifully sad poem to a child that never was and it's taken from her lovely 2008 album, 'More Modern Stories From...' It's yet another fantastic album from Sweden, the current top dogs of indiepop.
The best old track was The Descendent's 'Hope.' RIP Frank Navetta.
This is what you heard:
The Lonelyhearts - Harlequin Bands
Five - Keep On Movin'
Kid - I'll Never Know
Efterklang - Mirador
Headphones - Natural Disaster
Ochre - Sticklebrick Symphony
Foreign Beggars - 2nd Hand Contraband
canyonsofstatic - Slowly To Sea
Jenny Lewis - Carpetbaggers
Midnight Movies - Just to Play
Cats On Fire - Higher Grounds (new)
Les Savy Fav - The Sweat Descends
The Primary 5 - Lost And Confused
Kettel - Palles's Popsong
MaGoo - The Starter's Gun
Headlights - Market Girl
Noah23 - Things Get Done (Feat Modulok Of Red Ants)
14 Nov 2007, 15:51 de hArry-pDownload here:
Mixtape 1 Length: 14:06
Robbie Williams - Never Touch That Switch (Nightmoves Remix)
Kissy Sell Out - Her (Touche remix)
Mixhell - The Kids Are Alright
Trevor Loveys - Can't Stop
Shinichi Osawa - Detonator (Vocals by Princess Superstar)
LA Priest - Engine (Blaze Tee's Funkified Re-Edit)
Digitalism - Pogo (Shinichi Osawa Dub)
Klaxons - Golden Skans To Interzone (So Me Remix)
C.L.A.W.S - C.L.A.W.S Theme (Passions Remix)
Das Pop- Fool For Love (Yuksek Remix)
The Black Ghosts - Any Way You Choose To Give It (Boy 8-Bit Version)
Blamma! Blamma! - Carry Me Home
Timbaland - Boardmeeting (feat. MaGoo)
Boys Noize - & Down
Britney Spears - Gimme More
Alabama 3 - Intro
Would love to hear what people make of it :) A bit of electro a bit of fidget house and some electro-pop too
27 Ago 2007, 21:32 de xxix1. How did you get into 29? (Paula DeAnda)
I heard clip of "Easy" before the album was released.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Jay-Z)
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (Chris Brown)
I don't have a particular favoirte lyric by him, LOL.
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (OneRepublic)
I don't think they've released an official album yet.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Maroon 5)
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Q. Amey)
"All I Can Say"
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Natasha Bedingfield)
8. What is your favorite song by 15? (Trey Songz)
"Cheat On You"
9. What is your favorite song by 5? (Cassie)
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? (Ne-Yo)
"Sex With My Ex, LOL.
11. What is your favorite album by 40? (Musiq)
12. What is your favorite song by 10? (Robin Thicke)
4 Dic 2006, 21:43 de suzisuziSo.. to distract myself from the untimely demise of my mp3 player, this is my attempt at a list of who I've seen live.. going to have a stab at "when" as well.. if you know me and I've got it wrong, please correct me :)
Bonnie 'prince' Billie at the Colston Hall
In Bristol ... Eugene Chadbourne (at the Cube) and blues from Charlie Parr with support from Men Diamler at the Polish Club.
Tunng at La Scala, London
In Sheffield ... Bison (also at the Rocket Festival), Smokers Die Younger, Champion Kickboxer, Monkey Swallows the Universe, Slow Down Tallahassee, Julian Cope, James Brodie and hexa at the excelent Electric Blanket, Kings Have Long Arms, Darlings of the Splitscreen, some impostors who claimed to be The Mardy Bums, Damo Suzuki.
At various C90's (some before 2006) ... Digital Mysticz (Plug), Home Video (Abbeydale Picture House), Boom Bip and Winter North Atlantic (The Brincliffe, of all places)
22 Nov 2006, 19:28 de Le_THieNhttp://www.geocities.com/ahsdrumoffice/timbaland.gif
• Timbaland feat. Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake
• Give It to Me
•Timbaland Presents Shock Value
I've never been particularly fond of the idea of occupying myself with a Hype Machine Blog-styled blurb on random leaked tracks, but I'm making an exception right now since buzz for Timbaland's (pending?) first single, "Give It to Me" hasn't garnered that much momentum yet. And that's not mentioning that this is sort of a welcome break to toiling away at the slew of year-end lists I've got in store for you guys in the upcoming month...
So what happens when you assemble 2006's most ubiquitous and creatively fertile hip-hop super-producer with Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake - pop artists who, between the both of them, have notched three #1 Hot 100 Billboard hits in the last several weeks?
Well, most likely another #1 single.
Unfortunately, it doesn't quite have the immediate…