Tag: 'baggy'

Six Picks Watch Movie Murielle Robin & Michèle Laroque – Elles s’aiment depuis 20 ans (2017) Six songs about Autumn, picked by me, loved or discovered by you. Features Yo La Tengo and historical language facts. >>
RRP Recommends Foals - Mountain At My Gates Having already forced the musical universe asunder with the title track from their forthcoming fourth album, Foals have released Mountain At My Gates as a second taster of one of this year's mostly hotly tipped and highly anticipated albums. >>
Tracks of my years The Charlatans - Sproston Green Sproston Green is the last track on Some Friendly, and was said to be lead singer Tim Burgess' favourite Charlatans song at the time. It's the kind of song that sits up and begs to be played at a neighbour or parent-offending volume, and that's generally how I listened to it. >>
Track of the Day The Charlatans - The Only One I Know Share The Charlatans (or Charlatans UK if you’re reading this in the United States) are one of indie rock’s great survival stories. Formed in the late 80s, they started out … >>
Track of the Day The Stone Roses - I Wanna Be Adored Share As word gets round that The Stone Roses are to split again, it takes me back to when The Stone Roses was regularly topping bestest album of all time … >>
Track of the Day Inspiral Carpets - Caravan Share Oldham’s Inspiral Carpets were one of those classic 80s/90s indie bands who came out of the North-West. Along with Happy Mondays, Stone Roses and others, they fused the original … >>
Track of the Day Inspiral Carpets - Dragging Me Down Share Their biggest single, and the closest they came to the top 10, peaking at 12. At no point did it ever occur to me, or perhaps to anyone, that … >>
Track of the Day The Mock Turtles - Can You Dig It? Share This is very, very 90s. Very 90s indie, anyway. Well, very 90s indie baggy at least: a proper indie guitar sound, a solo that goes nowhere, a baggy rhythm … >>
Track of the Day The Stone Roses - Fool’s Gold Share Home Taping is Killing Music That’s what they told us in the 80s. They were, of course, so very wrong. What they meant to say was: “Unfeasibly one-sided and … >>