Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Blagsta, Mar 17, 2014.
But enough of Oasis.
I listened to half of it in the car earlier. It might just be me, but it seems like there's a bit more singing (as opposed to just shouting) on this album?
yeh there is a "singy bit" in most of the songs... not sure I like it yet.
There was one song (Silly Me I think) where it seemed to work quite well, but it'll probably need a few more listens. Like Citizen66, I've been caning their other albums recently which probably doesn't help.
I like the singing.
Well based on what I saw during the Glasto footage, the pairing of a crackhead Timmy Mallet and his Frosty Jack fuddled shouty mate aren't to my taste however witty and avant guard their lyrics.
Do enjoy if you enjoy though.
You like fucking psytrance
Yes, and all manner of other genres too.
Sorry if my honest opinion of your so called 'hipster' music upset you.
Keep rockin' you rebels
Sleaford Mods are hardly hipster
TBF am basing my opinion on one short look, on the strength of this thread I'll have another listen and see if i get them
Every time I see them I just see Jez and Super Hans. And I wanted to like them as well
That video wasn't doing it for me until the camel, and then it became the best thing ever.
Rupert Trousers is pretty haunting.
Key Markets is starting to grow on me now. I'm really liking Arabia and In Quiet Streets.
The new album is taking a bit of time to get into. The stuff that sounds like their other stuff sounds too much like, but not as effective and the more musical/songs/singing bits sound transitional and not fully formed enough to be great...yet show real potential. I'll need to listen more because there are some good ideas in there and there is a need to depart from shouting over beats before it becomes really dull. Possibly their best is well behind them and it's all down hill from here...but I hope not.
Same here I think. If Jason's going to sing, maybe they need a producer in to develop things.
Yeah, as much as I like their current style it probably has a limited future without some sort of change.
I've just discovered these (via Leftfield's Head and Shoulders Dandruff Warrior)
Working my way backwards through the albums. I'm a bit late....but ace!!
They been slating the gallagers. Would like to see Liam have a fight with the there lead singer
Only just heard them this week and I fucking love this band. I dunno why but I do. It's like I've heard it all before but I haven't heard it at all. I really cannot put my finger on why I love them so much. Catchy, simple music, fantastic lyrics, no polish or bells and whistles and somebody actually saying something too but it's more than that. Been rinsing them all week. Not been this into a new band for ages.
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INTERVIEW: Sleaford Mods
Saw them last night. Great gig, they're definitely one of those bands who are better live
I keep hearing them out and asking if I'm hearing John Cooper Clarke
Saw them in Bristol on Sunday and it was bloody brilliant. Not been to a gig like that in ages and I've possibly never been to a gig that had such a wide mix of people. The set was mainly in favour of key markets, not surprising given that it's that album they're touring! I had a list of about 10 songs I wanted them to play, only one of which is on key markets and they played about 8 so happy days .
Saw them on Joolz, felt like the Streets and Crass in a blender. With added Bez.
Refreshing to hear a real accent in these days of simpering mewling pop vocals and twee folksyness.
I don't like them. Wouldn't listen to them. Thoroughly approve of them.
Their bit on Joolz was pretty tame compared to their usual live stuff
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