What a pack of fucking pussies.
Your article is sooo much better than the WWeek's. They interviewed a guy from a Moz cover band as if the guy was The Moz, Himself. Lame-o!
I wish he were playing a more low-brow venue.
Manson fanboy, eh?
This article is proof that the one who wrote it has no relevance. You should leave Marilyn Manson out of your shitty articles. That way you stop embarrassing yourself.
'they were handed the opportunity and tools to inspire themselves for free, by their government. God bless constitutional monarchies.'
Wow. Almost as rebellious as "rock school"
I went to their concert last night at the Roseland. They're talented musicians but the songs are waaaaaay to Taylor Swift-ish - all about break ups and crying about heartache. Also, much like Taylor Swift, I think these guys too would poke holes in a condom to keep their significant other in their life. #Cray-Cray
This shit is already dated.
Nice try, Lannamann.
Folks! More information about the concert, CD and app may be found at the central Cat Doorman online home: http://www.catdoorman.com
Just got back from the East End show. Review as follows:
Bike Thief- Definitely the hit of the night. 50-60 people roaring in unison for these guys. Looking forward for more of their stuff. The impromptu birthday song at the end of their set was adorable.
Liquid Lights- Thought these guys were rad! A bit too low on the vocals, but It felt good being nostalgic for the 90's
Foreign Orange- I thought these guys were okay at best, but I applaud their effort
Beisbol- Great/dancey band. It felt super charged up and they were a blast to watch.
Met her backstage, seriously one of the sweetest girls.
Truly appreciate such a great write up for the return of Phreak. We've been busy busy keeping it going.. and Ash St is the perfect venue for our 2013 launch !
-UxepiIpexu (aka SunFalls)
Jason Oppat (Old Town Music lackey / Water Tower)
1. Helio Sequence - Negotiations
2. J.D. McPherson - Signs & Signifiers
3. Beach House - Bloom
4. Jimmy Cliff - Rebirth
5. Japandroids - Celebration Rock
Rock Bergeron (KBOO volunteer/former commercial New England radio jock)
1. Django Django-Django Django
2.The Ting-Tings-Songs From Nowheresville
3.Best Coast-The Only Place
5.Dr. John-Locked Down
I didn't care for nearly everything that came out this year, and it's really frustrating. I made a pretty full effort to explore all of these year-end lists and all the reviews as things came out during the year, too.
1. Lee Fields & The Expressions - Faithful Man
2. Ty Segall - Twins
3. La Sera - Sees the Light (first 6 songs)
THAT'S FUCKING IT. I spent most of 2012 listening to Lee Fields, Menahan Street Band, Charles Bradley, and some of the good stuff from 2011 (e.g. Surfer Blood, Smith Westerns, Real Estate). I probably listened to a couple Sharon van Etten tracks more than anything else, but I haven't liked her full album samples enough to actually purchase all of anything.
Keith (New Hampshire)
1) Baby Island - Baby Island
2) Baby Island - Baby Island
3) Baby Island - Baby Island
4) Baby Island - Baby Island
5) Delicate Steve - Positive Force
Only one vote for the Macklemore and Ryan Lewis album? C'mon hipsters!
1) Here- Edwarde Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero's
2- Lonerism- Tame Impala
3) Grizzly Bear- Shields
4) Deerhoof- Breakup Song
5) Cat Power- Sun
BARNA HOWARD BARNA HOWARD BARNA HOWARD BARNA HOWARD
1. Mynabirds - Generals
2. JD McPherson - Signs and Signifiers
3. Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Meat and Bone
4. Summer Girlfriends - Shockwaves
5. Tame Impala - Lonerism
As for Alt-J... I can't get over the fact that the dude's voice sounds like Adam Sandler doing his "annoying Adam Sandler" voice.
1) Cloud Nothings - Attack on Memory
2) Twin Shadow - Confess
3) Jessie Ware - Devotion
4) Gaytheist - Stealth Beats
5) Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
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