Dammit, you're the same age. You're blowing the stereotype.
Anyway, on another topic, this is a cool moment;
HQ Lady GaGa - House of Blues New Orleans - Just Dance (Soundboard breaks! Sings Acapella) - YouTube
Just kept it going even when the whole backing track went and eventually others joined in with some beatboxing, crowd goes nuts. People will be walking away talking about the time Ga Ga's backing track died like they'd witnessed something special, it's a top performer who can turn an outright failure into an outright success like that. There was enough groove in that beatboxing part, I reckon she should deliberately do that again.
People bag Ga Ga but this is a genuine pro moment. Okay so Ga Ga's not breaking new lyrical ground but she's a good singer, great songwriter, writes some great melodies and is a top performer. Legit pop phenom.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 30-01-2013 at 04:28 PM.
Thats really awesome.
love tracks that just work. like where every part of the tune just fits round this melody with interesting sounds. they are quite rare in my eyes, but this is definitely one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4-fdZEOG1Q
*aware that few others will enjoy this
I had an argument with a couple of friends today who listen to "mainstream" music. They couldn't understand how acts like like Circle Take the Square, Propagandhi or El-P were any good, as if they had any good songs they would be played on the radio. Pretty much sums up my generation, the few who break away from the mainstream mostly end up listening to mediocre metal/post hardcore bands
I think you of all people would be least likely to enjoy it.
no droning ect.
found some tim hecker remix of a mogwai track that was pretty decent you might like, ill try and find it
Mogwai are awesome. Mogwai superfans, on the other hand, are ****ing hipsters.
"They're, like, post-POST-post-post-near-death-rock with a touch of ambient."
Last edited by Top_Cat; 31-01-2013 at 06:22 AM.
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