Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Week Sixteen

Not too much going down this week. I went nuts with playing some new UK 'new-wave' music, one of which was by The Departure who will be touring Melbourne and Sydney soon! They'll be playing at the Corner Hotel on August the 6th, new album 'Dirty Words' is due out on June the 13th while the new single 'All Mapped Out' is available now. I may be becoming a bit cynical towards the so-called new-wave now, a LOT of bands are starting to sound way too similar, but for now I'm enjoying it. Hopefully it's not going to be too overdone, if it isnt already... any thoughts?



New-wave british boys in suits and chucks: mmmm


Also in tour news, it's about time that Ryan Adams has announced his side shows. He'll be playing in Melbourne on July 27th at the Palace (yes the rumours were true) and tickets are $60 from Ticketmaster7. I think they'll be in demand and will sell out fast so be sure to grab them when they go on sale this Friday June 10th. Congrats to Wolf and Cub who scored the support slot for the Queens of the Stone Age shows in July (Futureheads also supporting). Those guys will also be playing at Ding Dong on friday June 10th. There's just way too many good bands to see soon, Amanda is going to be very broke indeed.

Playlist for Monday June 6th:

The Kaiser Chiefs - Everyday I Love You Less and Less
The Afghan Whigs - Uptown Again
The Cure - Friday I'm in Love (acoustic)
Maximo Park - Signal and Sign
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Maps
Faker - The Familiar
French Kicks - One More Time
Bloc Party - She's Hearing Voices (live at SxSW)
Ben Folds - Army (live)
Radiohead - Karma Police (live at Sydney 2004)
The Departure - She's in Stereo
The Rakes - Retreat
Wolf and Cub - Spirals
The Futureheads - Meantime
Ryan Adams - Magnolia Mountain
Something For Kate - Deja Vu
Belle and Sebastian - Legal Man
Bluebottle Kiss - Sisters Head On
Louis XIV - Finding Out True Love is Blind
The Go! Team - Bottle Rocket
The Cribs - Hey Scenesters
New Rhodes - I Wish I Was You
Gerling - Bad Blood!!!
The New Pornographers - Mass Romantic
Bettie Serveert - Lover I Don't Have to Love (original by Bright Eyes)

2 Comments:

Blogger El said...

What an awesome awesome show. Playlist was so fantastic, even though you deemed it as a spot-the-difference session! Ahh, bless <3

1:11 AM  
Blogger Adam said...

I agree. Marvelous playlist as usual.

Good stuff Amanda!

4:36 AM  

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