From Kid Wave to the Vaselines in 6 reviews. Click the links to listen on Youtube.
- Kid Wave, reviewed in the Guardian, 26 March 2015… 560 more words
Today’s painting is about my black cat, Diablo. His weight this morning, taken despite much indignity but no scratching (this time) is 18 pounds.
He is growing increasingly spherical in shape and has to squeeze tightly through the normal cat-sized door to enter the room where his food is kept. 33 more words
Non si fa che parlare della tristezza delle canzoni di Adele, ecco la risposta in salsa rock, mi permetto anche il lusso di ‘tenere in panchina’ tanti pezzi da novanta. 661 more words
01 – Son Of A Gun
02 – Rory Rides Me Raw
03 – You Think You’re A Man
04 – Dying For It
05 – Molly’s Lips… 38 more words
For a band as immersed in pop culture as Nirvana was, their influences were surprisingly eclectic, especially when found scribbled down in Kurt Cobain’s journals as an exhaustive list of 50 albums that were most influential to Nirvana’s music (inexplicable omissions include Meat Puppets, Queen, Neil Young etc.). 643 more words
The Foo Fighters’ pulled out a Nirvana live staple at their concert in Edinburgh on Sept. 8. For the first time ever, the band played a cover of (Nirvana’s version of) The Vaselines song “Molly’s Lips.” 139 more words
In my experience, men and women lie in different ways.
Men tend to bear false witness – they give misinformation, no matter how consequential.
Women tend to manipulate or omit aspects of the truth while leaving others intact – their story isn’t false, it’s just misleading. 82 more words