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B16 said in 2 Novembre, 2009 at 17:56

p.s. presa da nme… le piu divertenti a mio avviso!

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buzzandmusic said in 2 Novembre, 2009 at 18:20

si,ma si sono divertiti tanto anche al Madison l’altra sera…….rock on

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Alien on Acid said in 2 Novembre, 2009 at 21:08

Artist: Letting up Despite Great Faults

Album: Letting up Despite Great Faults

Year: 2009

Label: New Words

Genre: Shoegaze/Indie

1. In Steps
2. Folding Under Stories Told
3. The Colors Aren’t You Or Me
4. Our Younger Noise
5. Pause
6. So Fast: You
7. Photograph Shakes
8. Sun Drips
9. Release

“To say that it never rains in Southern California might be an overstatement, but it’s still an unexpected pleasure to hear something so unmistakably autumnal from the season-challenged state. Letting Up Despite Great Faults, a Los Angeles-based band, effectively capture an overcast mood with “In Steps”, the opening track from their forthcoming self-titled album. Layering lush synth and a shimmering New Order guitar tone, “Steps” prettily evokes the tipping point from full bloom to slow decay, as the warm summer days give way to a wet, windy fall. While the shoegaze-y indie pop of M83 probably represents the closest contemporary reference point, Letting Up’s melodic sensibility is distinguished by careful and decisive plotting– save for the muted, billowing vocals. Overall, “Steps”‘ subtle shading suggests maybe there really is no such thing as an endless summer, even in Southern California.” 7
-Pitchfork.com –

un assaggio qui:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUUC2bMfUrw&feature=player_embedded

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Alien on Acid said in 3 Novembre, 2009 at 00:31

Brian Harnetty & Bonnie “Prince” Billy: Sleeping in the Driveway

http://vimeo.com/2902785

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B16 said in 3 Novembre, 2009 at 10:43

Iggy Pop has revealed that he and his band The Stooges are set for a full touring schedule next year.

The singer had previously announced that guitarist James Williamson would replace the late Ron Asheton in the band to play their classic 1973 album ‘Raw Power’ in May next year to play the All Tomorrow’s Parties in the UK. Now he has said that more gigs are to come.

“We’re going to be doing a one-off show in Brazil [on November 7 at Planeta Terra] but the real touring starts next year,” he told BBC News.

Pop paid tribute to Asheton, who he said was still a big presence in the band.

“His spirit within the group remains with the rest of us and he is still a presence within the group without being on the physical plain,” he explained.

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B16 said in 3 Novembre, 2009 at 10:45

diciamo che al venerdi con u2 bruce patti e mick tirava un’aria di super gotha della musica che non si avvertiva da tempo nonostante il fior fiore di collaborazioni… jagger comunque una spanna e piu’ sopra tutti… senza offesa per nessuno! non c’era bisogno di vederlo ieri… il ROCK con i suoi discendenti…

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buzzandmusic said in 3 Novembre, 2009 at 11:19

siete un pozzo di sapienza ,onorato di prendere il caffe’ rock con voi ragazzi,mi fate sentire piccolo piccolo io non so nulla.
E poi sentiamo l’assenza “tecnica” del generale lee e di mr Aloisio,nonche’ di tutti gli altri amici,WOW!

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