- Friday night, drinking and listening thread revival
is that battles album any good? tempted to see them when they come up here in the autumn – just to work out whether i’m impressed or not.
drinking Oranjeboom and on a newly-bought (& fitting others) playlist of
Maximo Park (not good, but i knew that beforehand),
DJ format (fabriclive version – not as good as Music For The Mature B-Boy,
Black Country Communion,
The Computers (new album – they’re still not getting the live act on tape very well),
Kill it kid
Mumford et. al.
in a brazen attempt at keepy-uppy, is there any decent Metal about these days? the housemate’s of the tiresome “there’s nothing good these days” opinion, so i’m trying to shove some aceness toward him. I’m good in everything from oldschool punk through indie and hiphop to electronica, but metal and classic rock are his specialism. Early metallica, joe bonamassa, wildhearts, terrorvision, faith no more, skid row etc etc are the “faves” – the word “bluesy” turns up a lot too when describing good things.
Of the little i know in this area, Turbowolf “it even sounds like Mustaine” ticked his box,
but Chickenhawk (now called Hawk Eyes it seems)
So if that’s any decent guideline..
i’m indebted for any advice, cheers folksPosted 6 years ago
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