Howdy ho, this is yer obligatory “round up” editor, Orestes P. Xistos, and I’m bringing you a few videos for your visual pleasure. Because fuck MTV and their non-video ways. What happened to those VJs of yesteryear that spoke cool facts and the endless hours of videos?
Where’s the love for videos? Reality Show Killed the Video Star indeed!
Oh, videos, right: Continue reading “Video Round Up: Conveyor, Matt Pond, Stone Cold Fox, Steel Trees, We are the physics, Dark Horses”
Greetings, readers who know how to hide the bodies of deceased hummingbirds. Hey, man, I just wanted to see what happens when they drink Irn Bru. Welcome to another edition of our “off again, off again, hey it’s on again!” single reviews column. Granted, some of them aren’t singles, but I liked them and made my stupid human collaborators review ’em. A huevo que sí.
This week’s singles come courtesy of Jonathan Demme, the guy who directed films and now spends his time hunting killer wallabies in the Australian Outback.
Ah, singles, right:
Continue reading “Singles Reviewed – Firesuite, Steel Trees, Gunning for Tamar, Dan Pearson, Conveyor, Gaolers Daughter”
Every year, the city of Sheffield goes into full party mode and hosts the Tramlines festival, a veritable smogarsbord of musical talents, packed venues and heat stroke incidents (some of them rather unfortunate).
Continue reading “Tramlines 2011”
Steel Trees are a band from The North, full of energy, a grunge distortion firmly stomped upon and the intensity of a trio of friends wanting to get out of a garage by any means necessary (excluding blue and orange portals, eff that noise). They also have been doing some good opening duties to legends like Dinosaur Jr. (yeah), Dinosaur Pile-Up (ca-ca-cat attack!) and Turbowolf. … Continue reading Wake up to… Steel Trees