Just because we like the album cover in connection with them being residents of West Palm Beach, Florida. And because John Paul Pitts’ oceanic voice. Fits!
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!
|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.
Some full moons ago the brain fell into a coma. It was moved to a nicer place where the surroundings are healthier for a musical brain. Now it has come back to life.
And to celebrate this, we are going to see Edwyn Collins do a gig after being through almost exactly the same thing as the brain. He had a stroke, one half of his body was paralised, and the only thing he could remember was his wife’s name. With a lot of help of the latter he made it back to life. He recorded a new album and is on stage again soon. Being very grateful for that, we want to invite you to read Grace Maxwell’s book:
And that’s why we are looking forward to the new Bombay Bicycle Club album, which is out today. The band would appreciate you buying it from your local independent record store, but here are some other ways of purchasing if you do not have one: Buy Flaws
I woke up today, put on my Debbie-Shirt, got into my car, turned on the CD-player, and Blondie’s Best Of was playing. One hour later I heard the radio guy say it’s Debbie Harry’s birthday! Coincidence? I don’t think so. Happy Birthday!
The Canadian talent collective The Stars has something new coming up, an album called “The Five Ghosts”, to be collected here.
Well, it was about time…
Kashmir want you to be in their new video for “Pursuit of Misery”. All you have to do is take two arrows, hold them up or paint them down and make sure you are somewhere near them when the camera rolls.
To give you inspiration, Kasper explains everything to you in this instructional video.
The rest can be found on Kashmir.nu
Yes, they were group-hugging a lot last Sunday. It was the first really exciting game and the best team so far in this world cup. With an end result of 4:0 goals they stomped the Australian guys’ work ethic into the deep grounds of South Africa’s fake grass. That is worth a non-musical darling (Because the Vuvuzela-concert does NOT count as music).