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B16 said in novembre 30th, 2010 at 14:43

Piccola nota… l’ultimo dei Portishead si chiamava Third… perche’ era il terzo album, dopo Dummy e il secondo omonimo…

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Whatta said in novembre 30th, 2010 at 20:29

grande band i Portishead! una delle band più artistiche in assoluto. -my opinion-

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buzzandmusic said in dicembre 1st, 2010 at 10:20

grazie della precisazione b16, anche a me piacciono molto Whatta ,poi sono di Bristol una vera fucina di talenti.

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B16 said in dicembre 1st, 2010 at 16:32

Former Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simonon are working on a new biopic based on the recording of their classic 1979 album ‘London Calling’.

The pair are working as executive producers for the film, which is being written by playwright Jez Butterworth, reports BBC News.

Alison Owen, mother of Lily Allen, is producing the film, along with Ruby Film And Television’s Paul Trijbits.

Cast details are yet to be announced. Shooting will begin in 2011.

A new biopic about The Clash’s late frontman Joe Strummer is also in the works.

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The Cure are set to headline next year’s Bestival, with Primal Scream, Crystal Castles and Magnetic Man also on the line-up.

Primal Scream will be playing their ‘Screamadelica’ album at the Isle Of Wight-based festival, while Robyn, DJ Shadow and Katy B are also on the bill.

The event takes place on September 8-11 next year. See Bestival.net for more information.

The Bestival line-up so far is:

The Cure
Primal Scream
Magnetic Man
Robyn
Crystal Castles
DJ Shadow
Katy B
LFO
Omar
Souleyman
65daysofstatic
Cranes
Boys Noize
Diplo
A Trak
Norman Jay
Grandmaster Flash
David Rogan
2 Bears
Carte Blanche
Pantha Du Prince
Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain

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Stevens joins band for rendition of ‘Afraid Of Everyone’

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The National were joined by Sufjan Stevens and composer Nico Muhly onstage at London’s O2 Academy Brixton last night (December 29).

Guitarist Aaron Dessner welcomed Stevens onto the stage for their song ‘Afraid Of Everyone’, which he performed guest vocals on.

Later on Nico Muhly – who arranged several songs on The National’s latest album, ‘High Violet’ – joined the band for ‘Sorrow’. Stevens and Muhly came back on for the encore, helping the band out for ‘Terrible Love’.

Scroll down and click below to watch fan footage of the performance.

The date marked the first of three consecutive sold-out shows for The National at the venue. They play there again tonight and tomorrow before playing three sold-out nights at Dublin’s Olympia.

The National played:

‘Runaway’
‘Anyone’s Ghost’
‘Mistaken For Strangers’
‘Slow Show’
‘Squalor Victoria’
‘Afraid Of Everyone’
‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’
‘Lit Up’
‘Conversation 16’
‘Little Faith’
‘Sorrow’
‘Green Gloves’
‘Abel’
‘Apartment Story’
‘England’
‘Fake Empire’
‘Lemonworld’
‘Mr November’
‘Terrible Love’
‘Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks’

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