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The Smiths: Live At Brixton Academy, London, England December 12th, 1986 [The Last Concert]

Gold Rush x

We saw Cinderella last week..

There’s an undeniable whiff of cheese..but Cate Blanchett’s costumes were honest-to-God-totes-amaze..

vibrant colours…wicked jewellery

All thought up by three time Oscar winning costume designer Sandy Powell..

A south of the River London lass who still lives in Brixton.

Who says fairytales can’t come true?

Laters, Kate x

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The Decemberists performing “The Island” live at Brixton Academy, London on February 21st, 2015.

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Where did you get "Courteeners - What Took You So Long? (Live At Brixton Academy)" .. Is it offical?

Nah, don’t think so. Had to download it.

Some Music Thing

Post the first 10 Songs that come on shuffle, thanks to spurn-my-natural-emotions for the tag

1 - The Kinks - Set Me Free
2 - The Beatles - Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey
3 - Nirvana - Paper Cuts
4 - Arctic Monkeys - Crying Lightning ( Live At MSG)
5 - Noel Gallagher & Paul Weller - All You Need Is Love
6 - The Stone Roses - Fools Gold
7 - Courteeners - Last of The Ladies
8 - Royal Blood - Blood Hands
9 - Courteeners - What Took You So Long? (Live At Brixton Academy)
10 - Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Do The Damage

I tag mersey-paradise-x miss-world-somebody-kill-me thesmithsforever and superfoodjunk

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anonymous asked:

Insta? Where u from in london

My photography insta is @Fizzel_Castro and I used to live in Brixton. But moved years ago..

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Gojira - The Gift Of Guilt (Live at Brixton Academy, London)

Saya selalu terpana melihat penampilan mereka, meski hanya melalui layar kaca, dengan sedikit sambungan internet yang menghubungkan saya ke jejaring youtube, untuk bisa melihat mereka. 

Bersama musiknya yang menurut saya sangat megah. Mereka benar-benar menjadi satu-satunya yang saya kagumi

I am still waiting for them to come here to the country where I live, Indonesia.   I never know when that can be realized,  And i’m going to wait until the time comes. 

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Alec Empire Miss Black America (1999)

I honestly don’t think any other label besides DHR pulled out that many stops to musically describe the end of the millennium. There was DJ 6666’s all-out battle Death Breathing (1998), the searing and blistering 60 Second Wipeout from Atari Teenage Riot (1999), and again their ultimate end-statement which would later see official release, Live At Brixton Academy 1999 (2000), a record which had their fans call for their death warrant due to their last-minute change of explosives. Alec Empire, the man behind Atari Teenage Riot and DHR, released Miss Black America with very little advance warning. To this day, many of this fans consider his best work, if not, DHR’s. On the front is Empire wearing the album title as a reference to Curtis Mayfield’s track of the same name (1970). Open the CD tray and you’ll see Empire’s cuts down his arms and butterfly stitches, a result of slicing his own arms in front of a live audience during one of his shows.

Miss Black America reflects what Empire had done at the time. He had performed a lot of styles up to that point ranging from techno, beats, noise, jungle, ambient, and others. Empire created one of the most involved records here, and by that meaning using every innovation in the book. Most tracks featured here get changed up and switched often, allowing many with attention-deficit-disorder to even hang on most of the time. Looking at it another way, with this record getting near-unanimous positive reviews, it may have caused more intrigue and mystery to everyone obtaining this to seek out more of these records by the label or by other types of artists, just to figure out where all the fever came from and how to translate it.

Empire begins the jack-of-all-trades here starting with “DFo2” with exciting classic Atari Teenage Riot-style dash beats, rapid-fire keyboard hits, and attitude. “Black Sabbath” is an obvious reference to that band’s 1980 Milwaukee performance where the audience riots took place and also where Empire alludes to making it all happen: he then throws the flood gates wide open with electrifying noise right after the occasional soundbyte interruptions and that one surprise congratulatory video game sample. With giving listeners very little time to recuperate, they are thrown a deluge of sweeping attacks and vocal samples of Nas’ “The World Is Yours” (1994) where a little lyrical manipulation spells out the next track “Natzi Comets”. Over a hard-hitting drum pattern, Empire verses, then pauses for a second, and continues versing again. Those old-school breakdowns continue with “We Take Your Pain Away” with a very tough drum machine tapping away as Empire spits even more.

Perhaps the greatest moments of the record that fans went crazy over Miss Black America were “The Robot Put A Voodoo Spell On Me” and the untitled track. The latter destroys the surface with a series of noise washes, thousands of chopped-up high-hats, distorted vocals, and other various levels of noise sashimi. The former mercilessly eradicates and erases everything that had ever existed, with Empire’s vocoder attacks the best anyone has ever laid down.

Miss Black America, however, definitely has its slower moments as it’s not just about electronic free-for-alls where everything had to go. Again, this is Empire who at that time already explored lots of musical territory. “I Can Feel The Winds Of Saturn” demonstrates icy-cold drones and racing streams of less-than-pink noise until it snags and fizzles with small Sixties space jazz overtones. “Blood And Snow”, the bonus track found only on the CD pressing of this record, has Sixties-style space-moog sounds and synthesizers that rebound everywhere, zip through, and sprout from the ground up. Finally, only on Miss Black America would you find the most ridiculous song title ever: “They Landed Inside My Head While We Were Driving In The Taxi Up To 53rd Street And Took Over!”, the incidental track made of heavy mesmerizing, hypnotizing, frightening streams of wavering sounds.

This record showed at the time just how hot and untouchable Alec Empire and his DHR label were. Fans across the world that discovered his projects and its label were just starting to figure it all out; the philosophy, style, artwork, ethos, and the sounds which drove themselves crazy and intrigued for more. If it wasn’t Atari Teenage Riot’s The Future Of War (1997) that had them sold, then it was this. This decade, anyone who is just picking up on DHR’s pre-millennium heyday or are truly fascinated with what the label’s musical ethos and style was, here it is.