Kill The Arcade - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUG1msjB4C8
Wolf Am I - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u07lhIrjuJ4
weren't they essentially the same band but they just changed their name and style?
Freur - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pnQfPOFNLI
and a photo: http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/500/37217885/Freur+Captusre.png
I told her earlier this year they'd become one of the biggest dance groups in the world just before the Olympics. She had no idea.
and then Dear Eskimo.
how did it all go so wrong?
he sounds like fucking Pee-wee Herman
I always felt like some lone, old git on here with my dislike.
It really annoys me how successful Spector seem to be getting when it's just one shit cunt going from one crappy band to another
Good shout. Me likes it.
(will click youtube link after ep finishes)
Wesley Eisold from Cold Cave was in hardcore group Give up the Ghost.
Cleans up quite well.
was also in some girls and got a fat lot of money out of what's his chops from fall out boy for stealing lyrics.
From Discount - http://www4.images.coolspotters.com/photos/194208/alison-mosshart-and-discount-gallery.jpg
To The Kills - https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcThIU393Q_5JZiujvxg8aVVY6uHDltxF5cWDuw7dT63YU04JxRTxA
Bit of a Jawbreaker vibe
Great album on Fierce Panda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgxV_7fPG6s
true. Lamacq's label.
There's also a solo album Jamie Hince did between them and The Kills, under the name Fiji - I have it somewhere. It's pretty good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08m0WUrUR5k
then these young ladies seem like the fame hungry types. I'm now sceptical of haim before i'v heard them. do they think us indie types can be as easily marketed to as a bunch of tweens?
also my disgust was partially tongue in cheek
One of 'em used to be in that terrible post-punk revival band 'John & Jehn' as well
they remind me of being 14 years old and reading Artrocker Magazine and posting on the Jack Penate message board
Once did a piss-take of Torn on the Platform at a "stand up comedy" night in my local. Probably the most obscure, and least funny, music parody ever.
that song is pure consumerist propaganda. Like, not even pretending to be anything else.
I thought shit like that only existed in george monbiot's nightmares
was from originally.
It's a shame that they don't play Aint no Love!
Were Daggers/ Bureau. I think I might even have the 7" somewhere.
Also amusing is their image change:
also, best album promo ever:
years before Wu-Tang, doing his best job of being Will Smith before Will Smith was even around
To be super pedantic doe, Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince had been around hella long (in old school hip hop terms) by the time this dropped.
used to get his creative flex on starring in weird short films
wore all black and became that other band and had lots of succcess
Fear of Flying were awesome
Who are mostly shit, but have one half decent indie pop song.
Played a gig with them in 2010, dreadful band.
Zulu Winter aren't much better like, at least they don't sound like a hangover from 2004 though
November and the Criminal
Not that I particularly like either incarnation, just didn't realise that a band I supported when I was in school is now very well known.
I think it was just a name change though.
this isnt true
bro of Rose wot was in the original Pipettes line-up
Joe Lean drummed for the Pipettes until 2007 (under a different name), and now three of his backing band are in Toy.
And Owen from Grammatics brilliant Colour of Fire
his voice is totally different! what a fucking knobber
was in Honey is Cool: http://vimeo.com/11808432
were in S Club Juniors
was Rick Astley. So, for a time, was Merzbow.
went on to be Snow Fight in The City Centre, who then want on to be Delphic.
used to be in pocahaunted who were great band. Shame they broke up, their whole discography is pretty solid.
Was in some band called the Beetles. Or some shit.
Will anything top this thread this month?
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