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The Best Part of Waking Up

If you are a person who wake up in the morning and doesn’t crave coffee, then I have no idea how you go about your day. 430 more words


Song of the Week: December (or My Top 10 Albums of 2014)

It’s always nice to start with a cliche so here goes: I can’t believe how fast 2014 flew by. There, that’s out of the way. As for the music, I didn’t think 2014 was a landmark year but despite the slightly-below-par crop, there were still many standouts.  661 more words


Neighbourhood Noise guide to Field Day

(header and feature photo courtesy of Carolina Faruolo) 

I KNOW we are still in February, and whilst we don’t like to wish away our time, the sun is beginning to peek through here at the Neighbourhood Noise HQ and we can’t help but get a little excited for what is promising to be a musically magical Summer 2015, kicking off with London Field Day Festival. 699 more words


REVIEW: Caribou - Our Love

Caribou, the moniker of Canadian Dan Snaith, has established a few constants throughout his three previous studio records. Each record contains a distinctly different DNA from the last; there are few comparisons to find between the playful folktronica of The Milk Of Human Kindness and the lush, house-tinged psychedelia of Swim, and each record has been an improvement on the last. 271 more words


Sundaytunes #17 - Masking Plastic Party

Beléptünk a farsangi szezonba, sorra invitálnak a maszkos, beöltözős, foszforeszkálós, őrültebbnél őrültebb licit téteket felsorakoztató, bálnak álcázott hedonista porhintések. Azt hiszem, nem maradt más választásom, minthogy e sorhoz csatlakozva alászálljak a realitás unalmából a fantazmagória túlvidékére aktuális… 685 more words


REVIEW: Radiohead @ O2 Arena

Extortionate. Complicated ticket system. Too corporate. Long queues. Mistakes. Thom’s voice isn’t what it was. Too much new stuff. Not enough crowd pleasers. Self-indulgent… There are so many ways in which the first of Radiohead’s two-night stint at the O2 Arena was criticised by some. 633 more words