the soundtrack to my morning

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Looking back to my blog, I haven’t posted on here for 8 months and I was half way into a series of reviews of the best five bands I have ever seen.

Here is the rest…

In at number three - Gallows

If you read the last review I posted all those months ago, you would know I was one of the lucky 60,000 who got free tickets to see Rage Against The Machine back in 2009. At the time I was listening to Gallows a lot, so you could imagine my excitement when I heard they would be opening the show.

Straight form the first song on their set list they had the crowd jumping, moshing and even screaming “FUCK YOU!” and booing at Justin Bieber. They seemed to doing things their own way, not giving a damn what people think. But this seemed to work. the crowd were going crazy for them. This was my first time seeing a Hardcore Punk band and I think It changed my whole view on the genre. Not a day goes by when I don’t pick up my Ipod and ram a bit of Hardcore in my ears.

Although this set was incredible, it doesn’t beat the time I saw them in a small venue in Plymouth called White Rabbit. This small venue in a bus station has a capacity of just a few hundred, which was a huge contrast to the 60,000 strong crowd I saw them with in London a few months before. Some how the Plymouth crowd, just 1% of the number of gig goers in London, were louder, a lot more active and defiantly more drunk. There was a pit that filled the whole club as debrea feel on everyones head due to people hanging from the ceiling. There is only a small stage In the White Rabbit but Frank Carter and the rest of the Gallows guys made use of every inch of the stage. Jumping around, climbing speakers and walking across the bar. 

It’s a shame Frank has now left Gallows. He was one of the best front men to one of the best live bands you could ever see.

check out the the rest of the list so far. 

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These guys would be deadly

These guys would be deadly

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I wan’t this game!

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Song of the day


Descendents - I’m the One

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"WASSON?!"

Haven’t been on here for a very long time. I think I’m going to start posting on here again. 

If you like mediocre posts and stolen art, you will love my blog.

I just made a DigitalRev profile. It seems like a good mix between flickr,twitter and tumblr.

If you already have it, follow me. If not and you’re into photography sign up and follow me.

Now I need this and the X-wing pilot pin up girl.

Now I need this and the X-wing pilot pin up girl.

thedailywhat:

RIP: Adam “MCA” Yauch, at 48: Adam “MCA” Yauch, who co-founded pioneering hip-hop group the Beastie Boys with Mike “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horowitz in 1979, has died. He was 48.
Yauch had been in treatment for cancer since 2009, when doctors discovered a tumor in his salivary gland.
Earlier this year, Yauch posted this on the band’s website:

Hello My Friends While I’m grateful for all the positive energy people are sending my way, reports of my being totally cancer free are exaggerated. I’m continuing treatment, staying optimistic and hoping to be cancer free in the near future.

In addition to the Beastie Boys, Yauch was heavily involved in the Free Tibet movement and co-organized the Tibetan Freedom Concerts in the ’90s. He is survived by his wife and daughter.
[rollingstone]

thedailywhat:

RIP: Adam “MCA” Yauch, at 48: Adam “MCA” Yauch, who co-founded pioneering hip-hop group the Beastie Boys with Mike “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horowitz in 1979, has died. He was 48.

Yauch had been in treatment for cancer since 2009, when doctors discovered a tumor in his salivary gland.

Earlier this year, Yauch posted this on the band’s website:

Hello My Friends While I’m grateful for all the positive energy people are sending my way, reports of my being totally cancer free are exaggerated. I’m continuing treatment, staying optimistic and hoping to be cancer free in the near future.

In addition to the Beastie Boys, Yauch was heavily involved in the Free Tibet movement and co-organized the Tibetan Freedom Concerts in the ’90s. He is survived by his wife and daughter.

[rollingstone]

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I saw this last night after years of waiting. So worth it. Best marvel film so far.

SUIT UP!

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Suradita Village, West Java, Indonesia. Children playing with their roosters. Actually it was not a real cockfight because the roosters didn’t wear blades on their feet. Children like to play this game because they almost never have toys in their life. (Photo and caption by Ario Wibisono)

Suradita Village, West Java, Indonesia. Children playing with their roosters. Actually it was not a real cockfight because the roosters didn’t wear blades on their feet. Children like to play this game because they almost never have toys in their life. (Photo and caption by Ario Wibisono)

Rock Industry Magazine: Pulled Apart by Horses new single, free EP download and more festival announcements

rockindustry:

Big News for all you Pulled Apart By Horses fans. Not only is their new single, Wolf Hand out this week, but they also have a free EP you can download and they will be heading to even more festivals.Â

Wolf Hand, a song that’s about never having to growing up, Â is out this week. You can…

Check out my article for Rock Industry magazine.  

Top Five Live Bands

Number Four - Rage Against The Machine


I’m sure you all remember the campaign  back in 2009 to get Rage to top the UK’s Christmas chart. Well it worked and to say thank you, the guys reformed and put on a free show in London. I was one of the lucky 60,000 Rage fans that managed to get a ticket. 

After seen three incredible support acts (Gallows, Roots Manuva and Goglo Bordello) I was pumped up and ready to go crazy for Rage. After a little wait, a cartoon started on the big screens. It was a cartoon of Simon Cowell introducing the band where he claims “I wish so, I could have managed their money. Did I say money? I meant career, my bad.” A giant back drop of the red star raised up while sirens filled the park. On came the band and started straight away with Testify. 

Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, they played a cover of White Riot by The Clash as a tribute to the legendary Joe Strummer.  I went nuts! singing every word as loud as possible, it wasn’t long before I lost my voice. It has to be one of my favourite live music moment of my life.

Check my blog to find out what was number five and keep an eye out for the top three.