Julian is a great songwriter and the rest of the band isn’t
Posts By: Iman Lababedi
New York devut tomorrow!
Dan Aquilante reviews the set list
Form over content
I hereby forgive them for owning Merge
Baffled by Gaga
It seems so easy, but it really ain’t
Williams, that tenderness, that sadness in his voice? It sounds as though Williams was writing out of fear as well.
like the Dead without the blues and without the country: an angular twisted otherwise engaged dead.
terrible musical, bereft of anything approaching a coherent book, or acting, or drama
“I don’t know how to dance this slow but I can try.”
Why is there just complete silence…?
It is deep, intelligent , loving, a pure please. But it is misjudged, meandering, badly paced.
In the end, the record labels can not control file swapping
I loved her in 2009 but 2009 was a long time go
he has improved his tennis swing
happy birthday Liza with a Z. Every day is your day
band aid on the hemorrhage know as paying for music
Loopy lover’s rock tempo
the casual da Bing in pure pop mode touch
the musical was a disaster area but it was a disaster area with moments of great power and beauty
multi-culti power indie dark ballad rock plus jazz
some form of biblical retribution for squandered potential
If the Monkees did punk but not as good as that sounds.
a new album called Circuital
What’s their to be nice about? How hard can you love? Hard enough to take no prisoners?
The other Justin is bringing sexy back
Datarock are a fun time dance rock with enough hooks to keep them going for year after a year and a new album, Mixed Up, to be released today. “Catcher In The Rye” is J.D. Salinger’s masterpiece of teenage angst from the 1950s. Here they meet… or maybe meet. The chorus for this song (not on the new Datarock album for some reason) is a sideways glance. “I don’t wanna be no hero, I would never wear a halo…” Er, OK. Maybe with Datarock, less thinking more dancing is the order of the day. So dance:
a beautiful little stunner
a must see for theatre and waltz loves everywhere
I think Beady Eye are fine
a little lax and the melodies non-existent.
Certainly NOT the average civilian i Beijing who made an annual salary of nearly $9,000 last year
an infinitely catchy dance bleep with hooks layered upon hooks layered upon synths and bpms
lo-fi fuzzed out bliss shoegaze, etc, etc, etc.
Impressive. Not to mention baffling
she doesn’t sound like CRAP pure product.
Promises a greatest hit package
I predict Helen will loath her!
D’Angelo-ish full tilt soul ballad and a beaut.
sweet and tough emotionalism
I guess Paltrow did it for him
Blame it on garvity
I love the lyric. And I love the girl
I immediately bought the album
The man is in Springsteen realm when it comes to live performance. A true great.