Fev 26 2014, 0h48 por Sweet_Stylah
Nov 6 2011, 13h20 por carlos_russellFri 4 Nov – Personal Fest 2011
Buenos Aires, 4th November, pissing rain, traffic jams, not an umbrella in sight, but managed to get to a cafe-restaurant around Avenida del Libertador. In spite of the steep price I downed two Isenbecks before I ventured into the rain. Some kids needed directions so we walked through the wood paths of Palermo to arrive to GEBA just in time when the skies poured the heaviest rain of the evening. After check in, we landed in one of the warehouse stages where a crap local band were finishing their set, outside the rain was stopping so we could get into the outdoors stage in time to watch a fantastic performance by Broken Social Scene. Whilst I had only heard a couple of songs before, they were brilliant on stage, really cool melodies, the Canadian combo knew what they were doing, with a entourage of band members, friends, and multi instrumentalists (I saw a saxophone player killing a percussion set) - great night so far.
Nov 6 2011, 6h49 por magecaSábado 5 Nov – Planeta Terra 2011
Volto ao Planeta Terra depois de 3 anos.
Minha primeira vez no Playcenter.
Adorei. Mantiveram a organização caracteristica do evento.
(Traumatizados do Tim Festival 2008 sabem bem como isso é importante.)
Mesmo com a gente sendo colocado no meio da confusão com cambista entramos sossegadamente e pegamos o Criolo no começo.
Um puta sol, público pequeno, mas em bom número pra hora e um show todo certinho.
Fiquei com vontade de assistir em outro lugar, com uma noite só pra ele.
Fomos pro The Name.
Confesso que já tinha lido sobre a banda, mas não tinha escutado direito.
Som bem bacana, me lembrou o Rapture.
Ficamos no palco indie pra ver Garotas Suecas e só digo duas coisas: é tão legal quanto tinha ouvido falar (dancei muito) e eles me deram a chance de ver o dançarino Jacaré se apresentando ao vivo, hahaha.
Rolou um contra fluxo quando fomos pro Mainstarge, mas sinceramente o povo perdeu o White Lies.
Jun 17 2011, 18h31 por grahamrlawrenceTaken from the Manchester Evening News:
A host of larger-than-life music icons will star in this weekend’s Manchester Day parade – thanks to the hard work of creative youngsters.
Giant puppets of Morrissey, M People singer Heather Small and a two-headed Noel and Liam Gallagher will take part in the celebrations on Sunday.
They’ve been made by a group of 25 seven to 19-year-olds from across east Manchester – with help from housing association Eastlands Homes.
Bridget Halliday, the group’s youth involvement officer, said: “They’ve really enjoyed the workshops and are looking forwarding to representing their community in the parade.”
Some 1,600 people are preparing to take part in the parade with more than 50,000 people expected to come to the city centre to enjoy the carnival atmosphere.
Organisers say last year’s parade was an overwhelming success and generated more than 4m for the economy.
Council chiefs are hoping the turnout will be even better for this year’s ‘voyage of discovery’ themed event.
Mai 26 2010, 12h45 por Taco_Chopper9/2/08 - 26/5/10
A Place to Bury Strangers
Abbot and Costello
Albert Hammond, Jr.
The Album Leaf
Ali Farka Touré
Alice in Chains
The Andrew Loog Oldman Orchestra
The Andrew Oldman Orchestra
The Andrews Sisters
Badly Drawn Boy
Band of Horses
The Beach Boys
Ben Folds Five
The Besnard Lakes
Bill Clinton (... WHAT?)
The Black Angels
The Black Crowes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Fev 17 2010, 7h04 por Jeboo-www.onthetune.wordpress.com
Oasis picked up the Brits Album Of 30 Years for “(What's the Story) Morning Glory?” at the Brit Awards recently.
“I’d like to thank Bonehead, Guigsy, Alan White…. the best bands in the f**king world live forever.”
Liam Gallagher is quoted as saying, obnoxiously omitting his brother Noel from his thanks. He then subsequently threw his microphone and trophy into the audience.
Watch it here, though this version is censored. Skip ahead to about 1.40 if you wanna see when Liam comes on stage.
Host Peter Kay then appropriately summed up the performance with “What a knob-head.” Couldn’t have said it better myself.
In other news, Peter Gabriel recently did a cover of Radiohead’s “Street Spirit (Fade Out)” for a covers project, and in return expected Thom Yorke to cover “Wallflower” for him. Yorke had apparently agreed to do so and was set to do it, but hasn’t been in contact for a while. And a lot of online media establishments are making a buzz about it. …
Out 27 2009, 12h48 por dan_daviLiam Gallagher já vislumbra sua carreira musical pós-Oasis. Após garantir, no início do mês, que a banda de britpop não vai continuar sem o irmão, Noel Gallagher, que abandonou o barco em agosto, o britânico está dando um tempo da música agora, mas contou ao jornal escocês The Scotsman que tem planos de criar uma banda no ano que vem, "talvez depois de janeiro".
Enquanto o irmão mais velho confirmou, no mês passado, a intenção de partir em carreira solo, o nativo de Manchester, Inglaterra, enfatizou que prefere estar entre parceiros musicais. "Não quer fazer nada solo. Quero estar numa banda."
A diferença é que, agora, há opção de "fazer as coisas de forma bem diferente". Mas um detalhe é afiançado pelo ex-vocalista do Oasis: "Definitivamente, será rock 'n' roll".
Atualmente, Liam respira ares extramusicais. "Por ora, estarei em casa relaxando, apenas ficando de fora da música por um tempinho."
Out 12 2009, 19h58 por Supermandre"Thou shalt not stop liking a band just because they become popular"
Aber manchmal geht das nicht anders.
* Billy Talent
"You're suffering, feel your pain / Allow me to be your sponge / Cause I can absorb your sorrows / I'm the one." Ist das noch progressiv?
* Kings of Leon
ehemals absolut lässige Band, mittlerweile aber zu mainstream-Tools verkommen, findet sogar Liam Gallagher
ich sollte aber erst mal das neue Album gehört haben
Wobei ich mir die alten Sachen der Bands nach wie vor anhöre. Außer bei Billy Talent vielleicht. Ich weiß nicht.
edit: holy moly! The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion ist ja fantastisch. Ja doch!
Mar 6 2009, 5h08 por beaubierI haven't done an entry here in forever, so I figure what the hell. Top fifty most played artists time!
1. How did you get into 29?
No fucking idea. I probably heard about them in some magazine after Vanishing Point, because that's the first album of theirs I owned, though.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
It was more of an album-- Coming Up. I think my friend bought it first; at the time we were living on allowances (bear in mind, I was 16) and so we had to sort of all pick an album and get it and then pass it around to feed our ravenous habits. I remember falling in love with Filmstar, though.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?
Er, not exactly a lyrics kind of band-- but then I don't have many of those. I actually really like the first line of Shine On, though there are lots of songs I like better. Safety pins holding up the things that make you mine. Or I have a certain character who likes it. Same thing.
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
Fev 22 2009, 13h38 por aryanmehrThis is a list of musical bands, groups and artists featured on MTV Unplugged shows. The list includes the performance place and date: (MTV Unplagged Albums)
Squeeze, Syd Straw and Elliot Easton - National Video Center, NYC, October 31, 1989The Smithereens and Graham Parker - National Video Center, NYC, December 13, 198910,000 Maniacs and Michael Penn - National Video Center, NYC, December 13, 1989The Alarm and Nuclear Valdez - National Video Center, NYC, December 14, 1989Joe Walsh and Dr. John - National Video Center, NYC, December 14, 1989
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joe Satriani - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Michelle Shocked and Indigo Girls - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Sinéad O'Connor and The Church - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Don Henley - Hollywood Center Studios, Los Angeles, March 30th 1990Great White and Damn Yankees - Hollywood Center Studios, Los Angeles, March 30th 1990Crowded House and Tim Finn - Hollywood Center Studios…