9 oct. 2010, 16h02m par Isuki86
12 juin 2009, 16h05m par susstudio_xI'm probably missing loads here, but I'll add to it as memories come back. Oh, and I have even included the really embarrassing ones here too. Feel free to point and laugh...
Teletubbies (told you I was adding the really embarrassing ones...)
The Noise Next Door
The Sheilas (AKA the girls in pink from the Sheilas Wheels adverts...)
Girls Can't Catch
Pearl And The Puppets
31 déc. 2008, 0h34m par HeaveNN
24 déc. 2008, 13h09m par Orange_Anubis50. Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes
Ah the shimmering loveliness of being lost in a misty mountain forest; pawed at by bears and covered by damp leaves. Also – a rare album that I could enjoy myself AND buy as a birthday present for my dad.
49. Calexico – Carried To Dust
I didn’t get on with the soft-rock bias of their last album, so it was exciting to put this on and find they’d rediscovered their Mexicana.
48. Nas – Untitled
A thoughtful album, this, and though it takes racial identity as a theme, it’s got enough wit to overcome any potential preachiness. The music's drenched in old school strings and brass, peaking early on should-have-been-a-hit Hero, where the low trombones parp away dramatically under a big-beat and soary-synth clamour.
47. MGMT – Oracular Spectacular
These skewed and squiggly songs from the MGMT boys got under my skin well enough. In The Youth, they even managed to outdo Girls Aloud for key-change of the year.
46. Bun B – II Trill
30 nov. 2008, 14h56m par macgeekproTravis
The Clint Boon Experience
Thea Gilmore (x3)
The Script (x2)
Bat for Lashes
G Love & Special Sauce
A Silent Film
The Young Knives
Absent Elk (x2)
Snow Patrol (x2)
Reverend and the Makers
The Big Pink
Lianne La Havas
10 oct. 2008, 16h45m par conoalias-
THE BEST OF 2008 (in alphabetic order by artist)
Adolf Plays The Jazz - Stealth
Agalloch - The White
...A Toys Orchestra - Technicolor Dreams
Black Mountain - In The Future
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - Lie Down In The Light
Conifer - Crown Fire
Contemporary Noise Sextet - Unaffected Thought Flow
The Drift - Memory Drawings
Earth - The Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull
Grails - Take Refuge in Clean Living
The Gutter Twins - Saturnalia
Hyacinth House - Black Crows' Country
The Mars Volta - The Bedlam In Goliath
Murder by Death - Red of Tooth and Claw
Nadja - Desire in Uneasiness
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!
Portishead - Third
Sun Kil Moon - April
Toma - Dakota Took To Wing And History Was Made
Triclops! - Out Of Africa
U.S. Christmas - Eat The Low Dogs
Woven Hand - Ten Stones
5ive - Hesperus
Adebisi Shank - This Is The Album Of A Band Called Adebisi Shank
4 oct. 2008, 12h29m par oslofishHere's this week's hypelist:
- Kalle J - When you see me
Swede Kalle J heavily samples Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel in this modern disco jem.
- Bertine Zetlitz - Islands In the Stream (feat. Thom Hell) (Hell Sessions)
The original duet with Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers is a terrible guilty pleasure of mine. Bertine Zetlitz delivers a stripped down version featured on her In My Mind 1997 - 2007 - Best Of Bertine Zetlitz compilation.
- Bryn Christopher - Sour Times
Starting to sense a theme here? Bryn Christopher does an amazing cover the Portishead classic. Should be featured on a James Bond soundtrack!
- Saint Etienne - This Is Tomorrow
I know, I know - another Saint Etienne song. Does this obsession ever end? No. This British band is after all one of the greatest bands in the history of the world in my (not so) very humble opinion. Why you say? Well, they helped define the whole indie dance genre for one. And they're not afraid to cross genres. …
- Kalle J - When you see me
30 sept. 2008, 21h44m par TheJanStan
14 jui. 2008, 21h36m par caverdazMy first (of hopefully many) year at TITP:
Friday started stupidly early considering that this was a day off and the festival didn't start until 6, on a bus with Ivan (A mate I went with) at 9:15 to Balado. A 2.5 hour bus ride with kids was quite tiring but being told that I didn't look older than Ivan (He's 26, I'm 29) cheered me up no end.
What happened next is the only bad word I'll say about the festival (Well apart from line-up/stage mis-matches, but you can't blame popularity on the organizers when the bands are booked way in advance...): It took TWO WHOLE HOURS of queuing to get into the campsite entrance. Surely that could have been prevented?
Anyway, rant over. We camped in Yellow zone in the end, which is probably the farthest from the arena, but it was flat and not near the toilets which is good enough for me.
Friday's short schedule kicked off at 18:05 when I saw Los Campesinos!, who apart from the opening song were really good.
10 avr. 2008, 2h50m par sistasouljahIn order of release date:
Joshua Radin - Unclear Sky (02.12.08)
// Sky with Ingrid Michaelson has become one of my favorite songs. I mean, come on, it's Ingrid AND Josh!
Lizz Wright - The Orchard (02.26.08)
// Jazzy and hot.
Marie Digby - Unfold (04.08.08)
// A very talented young singer-songwriter. Her cover of Umbrella is awesome (Am I the only one whose ears bleed when they hear Rihanna's version?)
Portishead - Third (04.29.08)
// A LONG overdue new album from Portishead. Definitely worth the wait.
The Roots - Rising Down (04.29.08)