29 Jul 2013, 21:39 by kristofferh
1 May 2013, 16:49 by AliGuz
20 Aug 2012, 14:45 by emicomSat 18 Aug – Summer Sonic 2012 : Tokyo
(Camden, London, UK, since 2009, british, indie rock. metalcore, similar to Howler
Spector, The Maccabees, All The Young, Various Cruelties, Dog Is Dead)
Johnny Lloyd (lead vocals, guitar) (formerly of Operahouse)
Jim Cratchley (bass, backing vocals)
Dan White (guitar, backing vocals)
Miguel Demelo (drums)
03 Walking In The Street
04 Corner Of An English Field
05 Halfway Home
22 Jan 2012, 11:47 by kitchenboyA tracklist I put together a while back, to share some of my New Order favourites:
1. Ceremony (Substance)
2. Dreams Never End (Movement)
3. Crystal (Get Ready)
4. Isolation (In session)
5. Slow Jam (In Session)
6. Your Silent Face (In Session)
7. Age of Consent (Power, Corruption & Lies)
8. Regret (Republic)
9. Bizarre Love Triangle (Substance)
10. Everything's Gone Green (Substance)
11. Temptation (Singles)
12. Love Vigilantes (Low-Life)
13. Waiting for the Sirens' Call (Waiting for the Sirens' Call)
14. Hey Now What You Doing (Waiting for the Sirens' Call)
15. Atmosphere (In session)
7 Aug 2010, 08:58 by ctd55New Order's Power, Corruption & Lies.
Track 1, "Age of Consent":
The bassline bursts from the silence and never lets up. Indeed, the next thirty seconds are build-up: first the bassline, then manic drumming, then ringing guitar, then groaning keyboards, and finally a lonely voice. Off and running now, we won't be stopping. Energy and insistence dominate the song ... Well, and the bass--always the bass. Its tone is a little too high; it almost rings. Why? Because it's both laying down the melodic foundation of the song, as well as keeping things moving (with the help of breathless drumming). Against this rhythmic/melodic backdrop, the other instruments' entrances are events: the guitar struggles against the bass for melodic supremacy, and immense synth washes push other sounds aside. Let those sounds compete for your attention, and ignore the lyrics. They're standard rigmarole about a crumbling relationship--and not a word of it matters, for words can't approach the power and impact of the music…
5 Mar 2010, 04:27 by NellSlyA Side:
01) You Give Love a Bad Name
02) More Than a Feeling
03) Harebrained Scheme
06) Boys Don't Cry
07) Hazel Eyes
08) Midnight Cowboy
09) Tom Sawyer
11) The Way
12) Glimmer Man
02) Take Me Out
03) Lightning Crashes
04) Thoughts of a Dying Atheist
05) Age of Consent
06) Ruby Soho
07) Da Da Da
08) Living with Rene's Head
10) Turn Into
11) Love In Stereo
12) Exit Music (for a Film)
22 Feb 2009, 18:07 by medv2Finally I found some time to use last.fm a bit more. I plan writing journals about skateboard videos and their music from time to time, and this is the first one about 'The strongest of the Strange', a video from Pontus Alv.
To me it is one of the best skatevids I've seen, may be even one of the best films I've seen in general, too. I don't want to discuss the whole video, if you're interested in good skating with a 'different', somewhat artsy presentation then check it out!
It made me familiar with the greatness of Joy Division and Leonard Cohen as well as it showed me another great cover by Sonic Youth, Computer Age, which was written by Neil Young. The other Sonic Youth Song here, Créme Brûlèe, contains the verse "Last night I dreamed I kissed Neil Young// If I was a boy, yes, it would be fun". There are also two great songs featering Neil Young directly. All these footprints lead me to digging deeper into his discography, another reason I like this video so much.
26 Jan 2009, 19:52 by gillianMFCI love my friends. But I love my music even more.
Whenever someone close to me has a birthday, I make them a specific mixtape tailored to their interests. Sometimes I combine them if two friends have close birthdays. Depends on how many blank CDs I have or how lazy I feel.
And since all these compilations are different and fun and awesome, I figured I should share them with you.
(made for Connor. His taste in music is a lot like mine, but with more house/ambient/trance stuff. I think this is a result of dating for seven months. Anyways, he's the only kid I know who likes Joy Division as much as I do.)
1. Gillian Nothing - Six
2. Suicide - Cheree
3. No Age - Teen Creeps
4. Hüsker Dü - Broken Home, Broken Heart
5. Liars - Let's Not Wrestle Mt. Heart Attack
6. Health - Crimewave
7. Sonic Youth - Kill Yr. Idols
8. Lydia Lunch - Run Through The Jungle
9. Kraftwerk - Trans-Europe Express
10. Hercules and Love Affair - Blind
28 Aug 2008, 00:45 by jet-setter1 Song that is currently stuck in your head:
Lux Aeterna. As per usual.
2 Last song you caught yourself singing or humming:
The Weight. Twas on the radio.
3 Last song you listened to/are listening to now:
4 Last song you downloaded:
I think it was Better than This. Sorry, guys, but that song is just weird.
5 Last album you purchased/downloaded:
Oh wow. I don't remember. It must have been Volume 1. Frick, I love it.
6 Favourite song at the moment:
Last Day of Magic. My little hurricane-oh.
7 Favourite song of all time:
My brain will explode if I try to answer that.
8 Favourite album of all time:
9 Favourite artist/band:
Brendan Benson and Keane. Although, the new Keane material is a bit dissapointing.
10 Who do you think is the best solo artist?:
Brendan Benson. Although he doesn't seem to think so.
11 Best lyricist?:
Oh...my god. I honestly don't know. Can I just say William Butler Yeats?
12 Favourite artist/band to hear live:
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