jessmaggie

jess., 25, Feminino, AustráliaÚltima visita: março 2015

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  • Hear-Japan

    HearJapan is selling the early Kusu Kusu collection. Get your ranma fix here! http://www.hearjapan.com/store/group/Kusu_Kusu

    28 Mar 2011 Responder
  • Sepulchre

    great profile pic...fave dylan album. how did you like the gig last night at the art gallery?

    29 Ago 2009 Responder
  • LeroyP

    Im best friends with his younger brother so i see him reguarly. Also friends with Declan's brother. The band went to my high school. I'll have to keep an eye out for Daisycutter's stuff. Got money for xmas so ill have to browse JB sometime

    25 Dez 2008 Responder
  • LeroyP

    What are the Daisycutters like? a mate of mine mentioned them but havent had a listen yet. Big British India fan? i could pass on a message to Matt if you want :P

    24 Dez 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    hey jess, british india are definately doing a tour before the end of the year! just thought i'd let you know :D

    2 Out 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    well, everyone says that the adelaide music scene is pretty good. it'd have to be, there's not much else adelaide's got going for it. fire! santa rosa, fire! are a pretty good indie band. they've done a fair bit of playing around the country (although i might be slightly bias. one of my best friends is dating the lead singer). tyger tyger are quite good and they play a fair bit around adelaide so that's cool. bands like the shiny brights and former child stars have made a bit of a name for themselves so that's cool. i think adelaide's got a good range of music really, and i think the indie scene is well catered for :D

    24 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    might have to check them out too! i imagine brisbane would be a good place to go out on the weekend. lucky you!

    24 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    yeah, i may have to look for that album! what's the rest of the local gold coast music scene like?

    24 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    i listened to the ones on their myspace. i really like no good together and i took a punch for you tonight. i love listening to new stuff!

    24 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    i listened to the daisycutters. they're really good! are they from brisbane?

    23 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    i love have you got it yet! my friend convinced me to download it a while back because she had the run the red light ep, so i bought it from itunes. it's great. i actually adore just about all of their songs. except perhaps ecstasy...

    23 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    nah, i had to download revolver seperately. it has roses, baby you're so new york, we are the counter culture and the time on it. i adore baby you're so new york and we are the counter culture. and it's interesting to see how their sounds have evolved.

    23 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    yeah, i respect that. for instance i'm obsessed with their counter culture ep at the moment. have you heard it? it's really fantastic!

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    i think british india are slowly (or rapidly) inching their way up my favourite bands/artists list. they're certainly the one i listen to most. run the red light is probably my second favourite song ever after under pressure, mostly because it was the first bi song i ever heard. ahhhh, memories.

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    band of all time? queen. and my favourite song ever is under pressure. because in my mind nothing can be better than the collaboration of queen and david bowie. *lesigh* how about you?

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    on guillotine my favourites would be run the red light, tie up my hands and russian roulette and on thieves it's god is dead, mona lisa overdrive and nic the poet. i love the lyrics for god is dead and mona lisa overdrive and nic the poet is just amazing. definitely one of their best live songs!

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    i've had the debate with myself over which is better since thieves came out. and it's always come to "i don't know". they're both different in their own amazing way. i think their lyrics got better or more indepth in thieves, but at the same time i love the rawness of guillotine. it's impossible to choose! what are your favourite tracks on each album?

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    well, that's what i've been trying to tell him. it'd be worth going for the old stuff. man, british india truly are a live act. everytime i see them live they blow my mind. good to see that someone else got in on the action! my friends and i were crushed against the front of the stage, and the gov doesn't have any space between the crowd and the stage so we were right infront of the stage. declan invited my friends and i up on stage because we were being crushed by crowd surfers and then everyone else went up too. needless to say will, dec, nic and matt bailed fairly quickly when they saw the crowd surging towards them!

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    it's weird, but i'm worried that no gigs will stand up to british india. i mean, it ended with everyone on stage dancing with them. ha! i'll check them out, thanks! i've got a friend who used to adore the vines, and i'm trying to convince him to go see them, but he's hesitant because he loathes melodia. not sure how that'll pan out, but i'm sure they'd put on a good show regardless of how they're style has changed.

    22 Set 2008 Responder
  • tahneetillerman

    ha, make that august when i saw british india.

    22 Set 2008 Responder
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