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scans from "La Vie Heureuse", 1910/1911

Sometimes I see in magazines I scan interesting pictures or articles not linked with Lantelme destiny or people she knew. I think I’ll also show these pictures in my blog because I don’t want to create additional blogs for them :) 45 more words

Belle Epoque

T in the Park 2014 - Sunday Review

Following the disappointment of main stage on Saturday, we were back there on Sunday ready to hear Newton Faulkner, Kodaline, Kaiser Chiefs, Bastille and Arctic Monkeys. 3,495 more words


A Change of Tempo

I’m not sure if I should have to justify this, but I can’t say I am a big fan of female singer-songwriters.  That said, I’m a bit of a sucker for this beautiful tune.   275 more words

Franz Ferdinand – Live Review

Franz Ferdinand’s latest album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action,was a somewhat mixed affair – a decent 5-track EP was swallowed up by some truly terrible songs. 556 more words

Vada Magazine

Franz Ferdinand @ Somerset House 16th July 2014

The Summer Series is a 10 day festival taking place in the Courtyard of Somerset House. I have seen the likes of Florence & The Machine, Ellie Goulding, Katy B and Paloma Faith play at this festival. 935 more words


You Just Might Like: The Strokes

The Strokes are arguably the most influential band of my generation. When the five-piece dropped their first demos in early 2001, the world collectively crapped their pants. 444 more words


Franz Ferdinand @ Somerset House

Franz Ferdinand were fucking brilliant at Somerset House last night, There, I said it. Straight in to the top 5 gigs of 2014 for me, and good to see the chaps haven’t lost any of their lustre since the last time I saw them, a rather frightening eight years ago. 622 more words

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