All Time Low
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Arroyo Seco Weekend with Neil Young + Promise of the Real headlining
Muse has established a sound and a look, dark and damn serious, with retro-sci-fi-looking outfits, they performed as if they were doing a Shakespearian play with battles directed by David Lynch and scored by Ennio Morricone,… well they used ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ at one point.
This ain’t much is it? And much less volatile than the singles chart which is weird, in the States if you get on the singles charts you stay a while but albums fly in and out of the albums chart very rapidly. Nothing against Kanye West, I couldn’t be a bigger fan, but if we expect his new album to change the year around, it’s gonna be a long wait.
Satellite – All Time Low – The best song on an ordinary album, has the thump of anthem and a “lalalalala” hook, but it isn’t good enough to seriously signify as song or anthem, though maybe it signifies as emo as it reworks a Billy Bragg metaphor for no good reason – B-