Read my post on Ja Ja Ja Music on Kwamie Liv’s latest song ‘Pleasure This Pain’, which features a guest appearance of Angel Haze and combines only the best parts of soul, rap and electronic music.
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Darling of the week – No. 46 – Edwyn Collins
let’s call it a comeback
The “normal” announcement first: Garbage are almost back. A good part of the new album is recorded, a tour planned for next year. yes..
But more disturbingly, old Mr. MC Hammer is desperately trying to make a comeback by making fun of JayZ. Not that we wouldn’t appreciate it, but the funniest thing in the whole video is one line: “I don’t Roc your Wear”. Erm…
Darling of the week – No. 44 – Mystery Jets
Darling of the week – No. 43 – The Beaks
there’s no Tom Toms without Tom
Looks like somewhere along the way from the “Kingdom of Welcome Addiction” to last weeks Prague gig IAMX lost two vital parts and added two prostheses. We are still not sure what to think about it, especially since there’s a lack of information of official character.
Long live the Beaks!
Darling of the week – No. 42 – Surfer Blood
something for the season
On the guardian website you now have the chance to stream Antony and the Johnsons new album “Swanlights”. Antony Hegarty himself will also be editing the Guardian’s music page this week!
Darling of the week – No. 41 – Manic Street Preachers
|Manic Street Preachers, Liverpool Uni, 8.10.2010|
Because favourite bands never go out of style!
A little review from last weeks gig is online now.