EMO: What is it? G. Rolter answers the age old question, kinda.
Anyway, I suppose this homily leads us as to why they slipped down the Steve Lilywhite breast beating path. And our answer (apparently) leads to the door of Bono.
(If you choose to take part in this experiment, we can not be held responsible for any mental problems that occur – simply because if you actually do complete this experiment there is something seriously wrong with your head and therefore should be put down like a knackered old stallion.)
If you're wanting to build up a quality music collection, then there's no two ways about it – you need some Dylan. The problem is, where do you start? Well we're going to tell you.
Yes, it's an interview with Michel van Dam of the Wot Nxt organization, noise-niks supreme and flyers of the musical avant-garde flag in Holland.
Obviously a lot of love and attention had gone into this.
Before I start, I just want to say that this C.D.'s cover art is crap.
" Active Compassion - An Interview with Lou Barlow of the New Folk Implosion"
A discussion with Lou Barlow of The New Folk Implosion
" Feeling Human - An Interview with Das Pop "
An interview with Das Pop
" My Mind Rocks Back and Forth! - An Interview with Four Tet "
My Mind Rocks Back and Forth!
" Youth and the Kingdom - An interview with the Kings of Leon"
Youth and the Kingdom
Sebadoh - Alive MMIII An interview with Lou Barlow from the Sebadoh Resurrection in Rotterdam, by stevenmc.
"The truth is in the Music. Who turned on the bright lights? - One man's quest to find Interpol", by Jonathan Dekel.
Our sound has just evolved really, but right from the first rehearsal, we kind of had it in the bag.