HeartThrob Tegan and Sara – The Posters

29 January, 2013 (21:51) | Uncategorized | No comments

HeartThrob by Tegan and Sara album review and Posters.

There’s no through-line to the method Tegan and Sara think about love on their seventh studio cd. Often love heals all injuries; other times it’s the cut itself. And sometimes it works as a mere accessory to more important matters, as in the disc’s lead single, “Better.” “All I dream of recently,” they sing over a pulsating disco-rock groove, “is the best ways to get you beneath me.”.

Consistencies do not get closer, or stranger, than the those of Tegan and Sara. Their voices meld so perfectly, they can seem like mirrors, reflecting each other into infinity.

Genetics had something to do with it. Tegan and Sara aren’t just bandmates, they’re additionally identical twins. Small wonder they in some cases seem to be staying in their very own “Patty Duke Program,” playfully perplexing us with their purposes and identities.

If “Heartthrob” provides a believably irregular vision of how love happens, the cd does it with an immediacy and a directness that feels brand-new for these Canadian twin sisters, who have built a devoted following of indie-minded fans. In “Bye-bye, Goodbye” and “Drove Me Wild” they trade homey folk-pop guitars for sparkling new-wave synths, while “How Come You Don’t Want Me” rides an ’80s – design drum-machine beat reminiscent of the Person League struck that virtually shares its title.

“Heartthrob” represents a major rethink on their design, a possibly far more commercial one. Rather than the darting, nerdy guitar-based noise of old, they’ve gone for something richer and deeper, found in the soft pillows of synth-pop. Aided by manufacturers as canny as Mike Elizondo (Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood), they’ve adopted an overall “I Love the ’80s” method.

To fit it, the sisters sensualized their tunes. They’re longer and more comprehensive, with a couple of speed bumps strategically placed occasionally to separate their racing noise of old.

You could associate that sonic shift in part to producer Greg Kurstin, who offers “Heartthrob” a few of the mega-pop gloss he’s given current hits by Pink and Kelly Clarkson. (” I Couldn’t Be Your Buddy” has a keyboard noise relatively repurposed from Kurstin’s deal with Lily Allen.) In immediate, deeply felt tunes such as “Better” and “I’m Not Your Hero,” Tegan and Sara appear determined to be comprehended– disparities, contradictions and all. Juicy, radio-bait choruses may just be a means to an end.

Normally, the sisters’ vocals got an overhaul of their own. They sing apart more often, and each of them tries to tap into something less girlish, more womanly. (They are, after all, now 32.) The result alters the entire texture of the Tegan and Sara noise, though, happily, they’ve maintained their flair for harmony, hooks and tunes.

The solitary, “Closer,” with its warm bed of synthesizers, could not be catchier. Like many tunes below, you’ll want to sing along by the second time through.

The sisters likewise tempered their lyrical perspective. While they utilized to specialize in pining and put-downs (of themselves), here they take care of heartbreak in a more observational method. They even sing one turndown piece in the third person (” Shock to Your System”).

It’s a smoother, friendlier sound than their old panicked one.– with the essential strangeness of their consistencies intact– the sisters’ slicking-up hasn’t amounted to a selling-out.

There’s no through-line to the method Tegan and Sara think about love on their seventh studio cd. Often love heals all cuts; various other times it’s the cut itself. Tegan and Sara aren’t simply bandmates, they’re additionally identical twins. In immediate, deeply felt tunes such as “Closer” and “I’m Not Your Hero,” Tegan and Sara appear determined to be understood– inconsistencies, contradictions and all. The result alters the whole texture of the Tegan and Sara noise, however, gladly, they have actually kept their flair for consistency, hooks and tunes.
















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Snow Patrol Poster – from Final Straw to Fallen Empires

12 January, 2013 (19:44) | Concert Posters, Posters | No comments

Our Mates over at ConcertPoster.Org have just put up a
great spread of Snow Patrol Posters, Check Them out.












On the history of Snow Patrol, Quinn stated though, that the time was actually
tough for everyone except for Nathan, the question of splitting up certainly
never emerged. This was actually.once the band wrote “Run” (which had indeed
been actually around since 2000) in a room on an acoustic guitar, which later
on came to be the band’s. discovery solo. The band’s “low point” came when they
gave in a concert to 18 individuals at a well-liked strip club in High Wycombe.
The show took place in a second-rate VIP region, and the management had to take
down posts used by pole dancers to make area for the band to play in.
Desperate for attention, the band raised 200 pounds to put themselves up for a
Mercury Prize, however they missed the final rounds.

In 2002, the band began to become taken care of and also put out there by Jazz
Summers of Big Life. Guitar player Nathan Connolly, previously of F.U.E.L.
had indeed been actually operating in an HMV store room in Belfast at the time.
Connolly and the band had a friend of a friend, that introduced them to him. Connolly
moved to Glasgow to join up with the band in the springtime of 2002. His mom
commented that he had been “kidnapped by stone superstars”. By 2002– 2003, the
band had indeed begun to lose faith of acquiring a deal, as well as was taking
into consideration obtaining jobs to raise money to finance the album themselves.
In the course of Lightbody and McClelland’s years at the University of Dundee,
they had been noticed simply by Richard Smernicki, a higher student. With Richard,
sibling Paul too had indeed come to know the band.

Richard finished in 1996, two years prior to Lightbody as well as McClelland, to
emerge as Polydor’s Scottish A&R representative. Paul came to be Polydor’s Press
man as well as Performer Development Manager and Fiction’s label manager as well.
Later on, Jim Chancellor, an A&R manager for Fiction, as well as fellow talent scout
Alex Close approached the band in Glasgow to attend their shows, and evaluated them
on “the excellent of the tunes”, basing on Lightbody. Having said that, Lightbody.
later negated himself, saying, at the time, he exasperatedly examined Chancellor
whether he would sign them. And he responsed: “Yeah, I merely arrived to be sure you
weren’t dicks.” The band then pondered their future for a few calendar months just
before subsequently signing. Manager Summers also got a major.
part in getting the band deal done.



Fun. The Band Posters

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The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey Posters

25 December, 2012 (17:26) | Posters | No comments

ConcertPoster.Org just scored a bunch cool new posters for The Hobbit Movie

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The Hobbit Poster - Thorin

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