• this took about 4 hours.

    Abr 12 2015, 9h00 por GiggleSounds

    I stole this, yet again, from the fabulous Dlartrisky. I WAS writing fanfiction, but this is the same type of addiction, isn't it? anyhow, yolo.

    1. How did you get into 2? (New Found Glory)
    fuck.. well.. basically, about a year ago, I had known of the origins of All Time Low's band name (of course) but I didn't really care, but then I think I was either really bored or my brother had said something about it, so I downloaded Head-On Collision and I kinda really liked it.. but I still don't think I cared that much (I can remember walking to the shop listening to that song in the summer.. the kind of pointless stuff you remember..) until I mentioned that I liked the band to my brother who was like "omg they did a song on this video game!!!" so, not to be out-poppunked, I listened to All Downhill from Here and that got me into Cataylst which kind of snowballed into how much I like them now

    2. If you knew your friends hate 19, how would you react? (Cassadee Pope)
  • 2k15

    Abr 6 2015, 14h22 por rizzalzl

  • Blink-182 / My Chemical Romance (concert)

    Set 1 2011, 21h08 por AlanRanta

    Wed 31 Aug – blink-182, My Chemical Romance, Rancid, Against Me!
    http://exclaim.ca/images/blink4.jpg
    Read the Bastard!
    blink-182 / My Chemical Romance
    Rogers Arena, Vancouver BC August 31
    By Alan Ranta

    Although they are both chart-topping, award-winning, platinum-selling bands, double headliners My Chemical Romance and blink-182 were actually quite incongruent to see back to back. Being younger, or perhaps just losing the coin toss, MCR played first. And, boy howdy, these New Jersey kids can certainly play.

    MCR nailed all their big riffs, breakdowns and double-times perfectly, ripping through their alt-rock tinged by hardcore, melodic death metal, synth pop and power ballads with all the professionalism of a surgical team. Doing his part, fire-haired lead singer Gerard Way baited the arena into mosh pits, sing-alongs and hand waves…
  • Angels & Airwaves, Tilburg, 013

    Jan 28 2011, 9h11 por kortekrop

    Thu 27 Jan – Angels & Airwaves, Neon Trees, Twin Atlantic

    Angels & Airwaves
    Gezien: 27-1-2011, 013, Tilburg

    De drie albums die de mannen van Angels & Airwaves (kortweg Ava) tot nu toe hebben uitgebracht zijn stuk voor stuk juweeltjes. De muziek is krachtig maar werkt tegelijkertijd bijzonder ontspannend en relativerend. De sfeer die de band hiermee oproept is hun sterkste punt.
    Een goede cd wil echter nog niet automatisch garant staan voor een goede liveshow. AVA is hier, in beperkte mate, een voorbeeld van. Wanneer je van de muziek wilt genieten kun je beter een cd ‘tje opzetten dan naar een concert gaan. Muzikaal is het live zeker niet slecht maar het klinkt natuurlijk altijd een stuk minder gelikt dan een goed geproduceerd stukje werk uit de studio, iets wat de muziek van AVA zeer ten goede komt. Bovendien is frontman Tom DeLonge niet de meest begenadigde zanger op deze aardbol. Hij heeft weliswaar een prettige, karakteristieke stem, maar die komt op het podium niet echt uit de verf. …
  • Review: Angels & Airwaves, Tilburg, 013

    Jan 28 2011, 9h08 por kortekrop

    Angels & Airwaves
    Gezien: 27-1-2011, 013, Tilburg

    De drie albums die de mannen van Angels & Airwaves (kortweg Ava) tot nu toe hebben uitgebracht zijn stuk voor stuk juweeltjes. De muziek is krachtig maar werkt tegelijkertijd bijzonder ontspannend en relativerend. De sfeer die de band hiermee oproept is hun sterkste punt.
    Een goede cd wil echter nog niet automatisch garant staan voor een goede liveshow. AVA is hier, in beperkte mate, een voorbeeld van. Wanneer je van de muziek wilt genieten kun je beter een cd ‘tje opzetten dan naar een concert gaan. Muzikaal is het live zeker niet slecht maar het klinkt natuurlijk altijd een stuk minder gelikt dan een goed geproduceerd stukje werk uit de studio, iets wat de muziek van AVA zeer ten goede komt. Bovendien is frontman Tom DeLonge niet de meest begenadigde zanger op deze aardbol. Hij heeft weliswaar een prettige, karakteristieke stem, maar die komt op het podium niet echt uit de verf. …
  • Angels & Airwaves: An evolution of rock

    Ago 2 2009, 9h57 por Nachiro

    When I discovered Angels & Airwaves more than a year ago, I never thought how much would like to me. I listened The Adventure and... love at first sight!
    Now i have their two albums and I know that a third is on the way. No doubt that will be mine too :)

    I read many critics against this band ,but I think to know the reason.
    The frontman Tom DeLonge, was before on bands like blink-182 or Box Car Racer that has a sound on it, but now with AVA the sound is very different... Now I understand the deception of the followers of Tom when they listen to their new work...
    I said "I understand" because i suffered this with another band that liked to me some years ago Dover. Their albums always sounds like but the last one... (no comment).
    Resuming on both cases, not only the sound has changed, in addition another class of listeners changed too.

    Anyway, I support Tom to create this magnificient music, because from my point of view, he had re-invented the style that we used to listen. …
  • REVIEW: Angels & Airwaves - I-Empire (2007)

    Jul 21 2008, 22h45 por misa-kun

    Using the iTunes system.
    ***** (5*) = Fantastic
    **** (4*) = Good
    *** (3*) = Average, nothing special
    ** (2*) = Bad
    * (1*) = Terrible song, rarely used

    With the "blink-182 have split, Tom DeLonge is the one to blame" wave more or less fading away, I thought it was a good time to review the second Angels & Airwaves album I-Empire that hit stores back almost a year ago, in November 2007.

    Before actually playing anything off this album the listener will most likely remember the huge hype Angels & Airwaves's first album - We Don't Need to Whisper (2006) got prior to its release and the not-so-positive feedback it received after that. According to Tom DeLonge himself it was "the greatest music in some 30 years", how would he and his band follow up with their second album I-Empire?

    Months before it being officially released the band's frontman gave several interviews in which he shared his idea for the second album - according to his own words this album and the first - WDNTW were…
  • Another opinion about the overall top-50's..

    Mai 12 2008, 22h16 por mannis05

    In response to baltech22's highly discussed journal about the last.fm top-50 chart, i was inspired to express my opinions about the overall chart..

    Now notice that since my musical taste is basically pop/rock/alternative, the opinions i'll give here would be completely different than baltech22's. Although i respect his opinions, i think that personal attacks of any kind (sex status,religious believes etc.) is totally unappropriate, and shows only how low one could sink..

    Last.fm's top-50 list (as baltech22's order, just in opposite direction). I'll also mention if i have any records of the artists listed.

    50. Iron Maiden - I havent really heard anything of their music, so i cant say. Old school hard rock isn't really my favorite genre.
    49. Jack Johnson (2 cd's) - Great music, its relaxing, soft and acoustic in a superb combo. Check out Damien Rice and the norwegian guitarist Thomas Dybdahl for similar artists.
    48. Queens of the Stone Age - Havent heard alot from this band either unfortunately. …
  • +44 - WHEN YOUR HEART STOPS BEATING.

    Dez 31 2006, 8h57 por ellycopter

    From the ashes of Blink 182 comes +44 and When Your Heart Stops Beating, an album bursting with newfound maturity, musical integrity and a slight hint of the past.

    Tears were shed and hearts were broken in early 2005 when legendary pop-punk band Blink 182 called it quits after more than a decade of masturbation, fucking dogs in the arse and debating the existence of aliens. Much like the aftermath of the split of At the Drive-In, two bands were formed from the ashes – Tom DeLonge's new project Angels & Airwaves and +44, featuring Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker.

    After the severe disappointment that was AVA's We Don't Need to Whisper (and total outrage at comparisons of this train wreck of an album to Pink Floyd – reviewers, what were you thinking?!), +44's work was approached with hesitation and apprehension. However, having listened through When Your Heart Stops Beating a few times, all traces of doubt have faded away – this is pop-rock at its absolute finest.

  • yes!

    Ago 2 2006, 20h26 por outbreak117

    tom you rock i love you hahah