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B16 said in 9 Dicembre, 2010 at 00:56

Platomania e’ il sito che riunisce i negozi olandesi piu’ ‘specializzati’ nella musica tra cui il mio preferito Concerto ad Amsterdam…ci sono online le classifiche di tutti i ragazzi che lavorano nei negozi, persone preparate che sono davvero in grado di aiutare. Ad Amsterdam il miglior album per Concerto e’ stato A sufi and a killer di Gonjasufi seguito da Swim di Caribou e There is love in you di Fourtet, poi High Violet dei National e ottavo The Suburbs degli Arcade Fire. Dico questo perche’ in rete e’ riportato forse qualcosa di ancora piu’ interessante per chi non vive qui, la top 30 nazionale fatta da redazione e collaboratori…la loro scelta mi fa felicissimo perche’ quest’anno e’ toccato ai Black Keys.

1. Brothers – The Black Keys
2. High Violet – The National
3. Swim – Caribou
4. A sufi and a killer – Gonjasufi
5. The Suburbs – Arcade Fire
6. Philarmonics – Agnes Obel
7. Black Sands – Bonobo
8. Leave your sleep – Natalie Merchant
9. Grinderman 2 – Grinderman
10.You’re not alone – Mavis Staple

http://www.platomania.eu/mania30/list

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B16 said in 9 Dicembre, 2010 at 09:49

Nick Cave has been involved in a car crash in Hove.

The singer and his twin sons, who were in his Jaguar car which he crashed into a speed camera last night (December 7), walked away from the crash unharmed, reports BBC News.

The incident occurred at 7pm (GMT) on Kingsway in the coastal town. No other vehicles were involved and the Bad Seeds and Grinderman frontman was not arrested.

A Sussex Police spokesperson said: “The camera belongs to the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership, not the police, and the railings belong to the local highway authority. Both agencies were informed. Nobody has been arrested but police inquiries are continuing.”

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B16 said in 9 Dicembre, 2010 at 09:51

Last month, Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn said that he’d been making a new Gorillaz album on his iPad, which he hoped to release “before Christmas.” Well, he wasn’t messing with us. In fact, it looks like the new Gorillaz album just might be released on Christmas. For free. Your move, Radiohead!

Consequence of Sound points out that Albarn and Gorillaz co-founder Jamie Hewlett recently did an interview with Australia’s Perth Now in which they laid out the plans for the still-untitled album. In that interview, Hewlett says, “At the moment, we’ve got an Advent calendar on our website, and there is a daily door that opens to reveal a gift. On Christmas Eve, a video for one of the new songs from the iPad album will be released. Then, on Christmas Day, fans get the whole album downloaded to their computer for free as a gift.”

Albarn continues, “I wanted to make sure that it came out at the end of the tour because I don’t want anyone to think I’d tampered with it. I literally made it on the road in America over a month. I didn’t write it before; I didn’t prepare it. I just did it day by day as a kind of diary of my experience in America. If I left it until the New Year to release it, then the cynics out there would say, ‘Oh well, it’s been tampered with.’ But if I put it out now, they’d know that I haven’t done anything because I’ve been on tour ever since.”

That’s a lot of effort just to prove to the world that you recorded your album while on the road, but we’ll take it! So now we know to carve out a few minutes away from our loved ones on Christmas to download this new Gorillaz album.

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