Slint4587

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  • TheAlexH

    I can't think if they played any different songs but there was a different order. I was up in the balcony on Friday and standing near the front on Saturday - the sound was more impressive on Friday so I don't know if that was to do with the venue acoustics or the sound on the night. Both gigs were excellent though. I was bored of Hookworms more than Deaf Center - I felt quite relaxed sat there while they were on! I was surprised because they sounded boring when I listened to them before the gig, and I thought Hookworms would be pretty good.

    22 Dic 2014 Responder
  • TheAlexH

    I've decided against The War on Drugs for now so you'll have to let me know what you think. I wasn't a big fan of their first album and the new one has some good stuff on it, but not enough. I thought that about Temples earlier this year though and then wished I'd seen them sooner than last weekend...

    12 Dic 2014 Responder
  • TheAlexH

    There's a bit of correlation with our upcoming events. I haven't decided on The War On Drugs yet - have you seen them before? Do you post on the BSP forum?

    10 Dic 2014 Responder
  • lofi72

    Hi, cheers for accepting, a pleasure to 'meet' you! Great library! :)

    12 Oct 2014 Responder
  • asongforsarah

    Hello Slint4587! I saw that you got nice music taste and thought that you maybe like our music as well. Me and my sister are from a southern suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, and we just recently released a song for Valentine's day where we are playing a cover http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gslb0Jo5Xj0 . Let us know what you think about that, it's much appreciated. Also check out an another song we recently got recorded in studio at our channel! Cheers! /ROTH

    21 Feb 2013 Responder
  • timlewthwaite

    Hey man, saw you like St. Vincent and think you might like this gig with Bess Rogers and Caleb Hawley from New York as well as Alex Berger! http://www.last.fm/event/3094161+Alex+Berger+at+Royal+Park+Cellars+on+22+November+2011 :) Cheers

    11 Nov 2011 Responder
  • Jopageri

    Have you heard The Jehovahcoat Demos yet? Definately recommended but then I am preaching to the converted.

    24 Mar 2011 Responder
  • johnnyrelevant

    It was in the Q great lost tracks listing, sandwiched between Elton and Elvis. Fair play, it was a sincere attempt at a proper song...

    31 Oct 2010 Responder
  • X-ster

    All recovered from Glastonbury I hope. Yeah I'm getting older it takes me best part of a week to recover lol. Hopefully you had as good a time as I did! If anything I saw less bands than ever before this year, probably because I spent too much time chilling out in the sunshine and couldn't be bothered charging from stage to stage. Saw very few acts on the big stages but Flaming Lips were far and away my favourite, an hour of perfect entertainment. Thom Yorke was great at the Park, we got tipped off so got a superb view, and the crowd reaction to Karma Police was something else. Other highlights, Midlake, I am Kloot, Villagers, Beach House all good. (I spent a lot of time at the park)....

    5 Jul 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    I had a great Glasty! I thought The Flaming Lips were just incredible; Wayne Coyne - what a hero! I also really enjoyed Field Music, Archie Bronson Outfit, The Joy Formidable, Frightened Rabbit, Meursalt and um Snoop Dogg, if just for the comedy stage chat! Lowlights were not being able to see a bloomin' thing at Thom Yorke, being too exhausted to party after Stevie Wonder because of running round to a ridiculously tight schedule and 2nd degree sunburn! Ouch.

    1 Jul 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Yayyyy. Though it took me from 8.58am to 10.00am to get one, and appartently they sold out in just over an hour! Close shave! At one point I had 80 windows open with my pc + laptop combined...yep BSP would be perfection, although I'm not complaining at Broken Social Scene, The National and Field Music!

    11 Abr 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Scottish date clashes with the fannies in Scabberdeen :( Bitter! That Archie Bronson Outfit record is a bit good though ay? My favourite of the year so far!

    8 Abr 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Yeah Sea Power were good, they started off really well with a muscular Scottish Wildlife but then they never really hit their stride after that...although Phil was absent, so no new songs, and the set was only an hour. Grrr I'm not going hear the new stuff until the album, thats the first time thats happened! Oh and Jeff Lewis was Ursine Ultra, only he couldn't move so he just sat and pawed the air, then when they tried to take him out he got stuck! Poor thing!

    4 Abr 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Um yeah so Take a Worm for a Walk Week weren't really my cup of tea...I thought they sounded a little bit like 80s matchbox in places but the rest wasn't that great. I enjoyed the Twilight Sad but thought they sounded a little too much like they do on record, which I'm only complaining about because my favourite bit about seeing a band live is how they translate from that medium onto stage. Kind of wished they'd gone all out and had a bit of a feedback freak-out. Glad y'enjoyed it though!

    2 Abr 2010 Responder
  • VersusPasseism

    Haha, I gather most people didn't like the support then. Oh well. I thought the sound was fantastic when Twilight started, although I wouldn't have complained if they played even louder.

    29 Mar 2010 Responder
  • bodhi_44

    Hi Robert, here would be my expert answer. ;~) I happen to love them, but I am biased growing up with fantastically, beautiful First Nations Art. Congrats on your Amy Williams' brilliant GOLD performance!!

    21 Feb 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Oh and thanks for the Beach House rec, I didn't really like their last album but this one is lovely, especially the first 2 tracks!

    14 Feb 2010 Responder
  • HeronAddict1988

    Please! The Twilight Sad have been here so many times, but I keep missing them for some reason or other. Have a feeling they're going to be a bit noisy and distortion laden, which can only be a good thing...urgh no I don't have a Glastonbury ticket, around the time the tickets went on sale I quit my job and got another one, but they fluffed my bank details so I had no income for about 2 months! I am HOPING and PRAYING I can get one in the second batch, cause my friends are going and I don't fancy scaling fences and/or outrunning rabid hounds hehe.

    14 Feb 2010 Responder
  • bodhi_44

    Nice music taste over here ;~)

    13 Feb 2010 Responder
  • Jopageri

    Make sure you get the paperback - with the high turnover of members it has more 'fallen' than the hardback. Mind you, I think even the paperback is out of date now. This one is going to need a new edition every 6 months.

    19 Ene 2010 Responder
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