All 3 entries tagged BBC
May 22, 2006
I've done three reviews recently which I forgot to link to, and unlike thisisfakediy, these ones are still there. Yay!
From Toy Story to Bug's Life, Monsters Inc, The Incredibles and the soon–to–be released Cars, a new exhibition lays bare each small, painstaking step involved in creating the animation company's uncannily lifelike characters.
Then a combined review of Carling Live 24 and Camden Crawl
One dodgy sandwich and two crème eggs later, we've split ranks: two of us to board a Thames boat housing a dishy C4 presenter and Boy Kill Boy, and two of us to infiltrate the Islington Academy crowd for Dirty Pretty Things.
And, the most recent, of The Raconteurs' new album, Broken Boy Soliders
Standing quite apart from the strict minimalism associated with The White Stripes, this debut is contentedly uninhibited.
November 16, 2005
…that I have never had the misfortune of attending a James Blunt Concert. As his press release says: "...and one of his concert highlights, a cover of The Pixies – Where Is My Mind…"
In other news, my Kaiser Chiefs review is up
"There's a bizarre array of people around me: trendy young 'uns; even younger young 'uns, clamouring to get to the front so that they can actually see; suited and booted city types and casually dressed, grey-haired couples.
September 22, 2005
My new review of Shout Out Louds - Howl Howl Gaff Gaff is up!
Just to clarify though, that they'll become more talked about than The Arcade Fire is not my personal opinion, it's a nice album but it's not THAT good.
Also I drew a link to Cornelius which must've been too obscure a reference because it's gone, but it's very true. Get some Cornelius and see what I mean.