Friday, 29 October 2010
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Joy division. Possibly the most underrated
band ever who changed the face of music.
Ian Curtis, wrote such beautiful songs and
in clips of him at gigs that I have seen, he
delivers so much and really intrigues the
audience. Vocally, his voice is filled with
emotion and fiery intention, its such a shame
that artists like Ian Curtis are rare today,
most of the music we hear is so processed
and meaningless, it lacks that raw sound
that Joy division created.
Sunday, 10 October 2010
Tuesday, 5 October 2010
debut album The constant, and its another
album I think i'm going to become obsessed
with. Her music's very relevant and modern
almost like fresh air to the music industry.
Despite all the fuss about her at the moment,
she seems very humble and bemused by it
all, I think thats what I love about her that
and her individual style.
She's going to be BIIIIG.
Thursday, 30 September 2010
Mostly known for heroin and Kate moss but what about his music, its no one other than Pete Doherty. I'm definitely a 'Groupie'
when it comes to The Libertines, no one does it better. Pete is so raw,and unpolished but he pulls it off with that British attitude,
he's one of the best lyricists of my generation and has shaped
British indy rock culture for new artists.Yes, he maybe a total
junkie but if you judge him purely on his music and not what you read in the papers, you'll see he's truly a great artist.
He always looks so charismatic on stage, and when Carl and Pete came together at this year's Reading festival, it was so euphoric. The crowd where so out of control, and during 'Time for heroes' The Libertines were forced to leave stage, but minutes later came back and blew away the crowd. Here's Carl and Pete..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvuoWAXLe4c