Crappy video. Nifty number. Terrific schnoz.
The Good Suns are currently buzzing from the success of this great viral video for forthcoming single “Pop Wound”, featuring modern day tragi-comic anti-hero, former MP Lembit Opik, perfecting the art of “Dad Dancing”!
Catch them at HEROES on Saturday 10th March!
Do you remember when 808 State released Pacific 808 and Groove Armada released At The River and Bonobo did that one? Every ten years a trippy electro classic gets released and this could be it for this decade. Let’s hope it doesn’t get lost in a flood of information.
Talented Lianne La Havas seems to be justifying the buzz around her with this lovely duet. But Willy Mason is surely the more seductive of the two. It’s incredibly hard work for a bloke to be seductive you know.
I hate dance music and night clubs but Caspa is king and this video is great little piece.
R.I.P. Jerry and the greatest American band ever.
Hard-Fi return with this big tune and statement. Trouble is, it charted at no.51! But that’s just symptomatic of a media run by snobs and toffs schooled in the art of the obscure and who consider writing a pop tune to be a crime. And all that the culturally squeezed middle classes are left with is a choice between moronic X-Factor and tuneless The Horrors.
I don’t know anything about this band. Despite the boom in global social networks and proliferation of portable communication devices, like most bands these days they seem completely impossible to contact. What a shame. As for the tune it might as well be a Cream number. Then again, Cream were arguably the greatest band of all time so that’s absolutely fine by me. Terrific video of some long-hairs on wheels too!
Thanks god. Dave Grohl is the last person left in music with a sense of humour.
It takes a bunch of adolescent Swedish girls to show us how to do indie pop….A brilliant band. See them live if you can and check out their last album too!