And the fact two teenage girls finished their set while grown men threw bottles at them when pretty much any of the other band would have stormed off in the same situation makes them a lot more credible.
I'll shut up now...
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And the thing that's made me cross is that you're using the fact that they were bottled as an indication of their worthiness or credibility but it's just an indication of violent, loutish behavior by a bunch of knobheads who were upset that 'their' festival was being invaded by girl cooties.
In 2000 Daphne & Celeste were a big hit amongst indiepop fans in Sheffield and filled the dance floor whenever they were played at Offbeat. They were bottled by misogynistic lad rock loving twats at Reading. They're a great pop band - some of the best pop is 'manufactured' and much better than a lot...
Everyone! Yesterday I had a limited edition vegetable katsu pastie. Veg and chickpeas (chickpeas!) in a sort of chip shop curry sauce. The pastry had sort of crispy bits on as well (see Wheatabeat passim - I really liked that though!). I'm probably not doing it justice but it was a thing of profoun...
It was great again as usual! I'm still completely exhausted now though... Thank you so much to every one involved in organising/running it! <3 <3 <3 My highlights: Monkey Swallows The Universe doing a Slow Down Tallahassee cover - very emotional but very lovely. Cola Jet Set and Lucky Soul - I enjoy...
- Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:19 am
- Forum: Indietracks
- Topic: The weather pessimism thread
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Current reports suggest a biblical deluge in the early hours of Saturday morning. Why oh why am I camping again this year? Otherwise maybe a few showers during Sunday. Don't worry, our tent will keep you dry! Anyway the deluge has now moved to Friday evening - just in time for all the bands on the ...
This is really making me laugh a lot - somebody's response to an angry broflake's rant about a TARDIS full of bras (to the tune of Yellow Submarine): On the planet where I was born Lived a Doctor who sailed through time And she told us of her life In a Tardis full of bras WE ALL LIVE IN A TARDIS FUL...
- Tue Jul 11, 2017 10:47 am
- Forum: random music talk
- Topic: Music small talk, music big talk
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That was brilliant - thanks Pete!humblebee wrote: ↑Mon Jul 10, 2017 1:31 pmEveryone should read this magnificent Sean Price interview by Gareth Ware. It's kind of everything.
http://www.londoninstereo.com/fortuna-p ... interview/
- Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:12 pm
- Forum: popshows and clubs
- Topic: Monkey Swallows the Universe - The Casket Letters - Sheffield 28.07.17
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I would love to come to this but I'll be at indietracks but I'll get to see you at indietracks anyway :-).
Haiku Salut are doing the music for a thing about Ada Lovelace that sounds cool. There's a kickstarter to fund it:
- Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:27 pm
- Forum: food! and drink!
- Topic: Vegan & Vegetarian Food
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I just saw a report on the news about robots milking cows and I've decided to become vegan. Surely this goes against everything we understand about tonieee and robots. Actually the robot was the good bit. They were selling it as being beneficial to the cows quality of life. To emphasize this they s...
- Thu May 18, 2017 8:16 pm
- Forum: random music talk
- Topic: Indiepop high points 2007-2017
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That's a great article Pete. At about three quarters of the way through I was thinking "he's not written about Stoke!" and was going to come here and admonish you about it but then you made it more than alright at the end. I may have to disagree with you about the best gig ever - that for me would b...