17 jan. 2007, 2h06m par tom_dissonance
1 oct. 2006, 21h13m par tom_dissonancegay against you give you a free album, last.fm streamability
Joe: I'm never convinced with notions of genre in popular music; I think they can be too divisive or limiting. I mean, we could say that Gay Against You is noise but it has melodies too? It's too wimpy to be grind, too weird to be hip hop, too computerised to be punk... I don't see that there's anything wrong with calling what we do 'pop music' and leaving it at that...
Lach: It's just pop punk, we just can't play guitars or sing in tune and we don't know any rude jokes, but Joe's right; genres are dead, now it's just down to whether a band is interesting or boring, that's all that matters.
gay against you
Enthusiastic Scottish electronic pop showmen Gay Against You, currently celebrating the release on ADAADAT of their Muscle Milk opus and its touring, announce the streamability and free downloadness of their self-titled "gay against you" CD-R!! This 8-track release…
9 fév. 2006, 10h30m par tom_dissonanceSaigon made dance/punky/electronic poppy catchy exciting pop exuberance. They liked to listen to things like Squarepusher, The Fall, Bad Religion, Bis, Cardiacs, Sex Pistols, Captain Beefheart, Nirvana, Aphex Twin, and such, although their similarity to any of these was distinctly variable. They were described by Britain's The Guardian newspaper as "rock enthusiasm". They lived in Glasgow before it became fashionable. Their one and only album Discography, collecting all the work they did, is now last.fm streamable and all the tracks are available as full-length previews so you can listen to the whole thing and should you in fact want to listen to the whole album there's one of them playlist things at http://www.last.fm/music/Saigon%20High%20Chair%20Pirates/Discography where you can stream the whole thing beginning to end. hoopla!
members and collaborators of Saigon High Chair Pirates later resurfaced in/are also known as:
• Yoko, Oh No! / Yoko Oh No!
• Gay Against You