If the rest of Peace's sophomore album sounds as good as this, I'm all in.
Wednesday, 30 July 2014
I'd previously made up a rule that if I'd already shared a track on this blog that I wouldn't share it again when the music video for it was released. Today, I decided that was a stupid rule, and from now on I'll just share what I want to. This epiphany was spurred on by Lana Del Rey dropping the music video for her latest track Ultraviolence, with the video in question being filmed entirely on an iPhone. The cynical will say it's just a publicity stunt for Apple, whereas I like to think she's just kooky like that.
So in typical Brad Paisley fashion, the country superstar has only gone and leaked the title track from his upcoming album. Listen to it quick before his record label pulls it down, you can thank me later.
So many acts, so little time. That's right, Body & Soul at Electric Picnic have just released their full line-up across three stages. What are you waiting for? Nab yourself one of the few remaining weekend tickets, available for €229.50, before they sell out.
Body & Soul Main Stage
tUnE-yArDs --Young Fathers -- Perfume Genius -- Kate Boy -- Francois and The Atlas Mountains -- Oum Shatt -- Lau -- Moodoid -- Glass Animals -- Olof Arnalds -- Alice Boman -- Dermot Byrne, Florian Blancke & Brendan O Regan -- Join Me In The Pines -- I Have A Tribe -- Linkoban -- Jon Gomm -- Meltybrains? -- Tommy KD -- C.R. Avery -- Girl Band -- Altered Hours -- Buffalo Woman -- Donal Dineen -- Ronan O Snodaigh & The Occasionals -- Sounds of System Breakdown -- InterSkalactic -- Viking Project -- The Careers -- -- Loah – Sleep Thieves -- Grounds For Invasion -- Youth Mass -- Mongoose -- Susan O Neill & The Low Standards -- Arioso -- Grouse
Kowton -- Shanti Celeste -- P Disconaut -- Replete -- o.utlier -- Chris Farrell -- TR-One [Live] -Talkboy -- UNKNWN [Live] -- Ghosts -- Ryan Vail -- Shane Mannion -- LAKE PEOPLE [Live] -- Donal Dineen -- Reid -- Adultrock [Live] -- Discotekken -- Gilbert Steele -- Contour -- Sol & Louche -- Richem -- DJKIDCAM -- Mikey Joyride Soro
Maud In Cahoots -- Ruff Chuff Live Crew -- Come On Live Long -- Leo Moran & Anto Thistletwaite -- The Tav Jam Band -- WOB! -- Joe Fury & The Hayride -- Punch Face Champions -- Willow Sea & Guests -- Aindrais De Staic & The Latchikos -- Attention Bébé -- Stevie G & the Deep South Soul Soundsystem -- The Eskies -- Simi Crowns -- Noelie McDonnell & Band -- EDFT -- i am niamh -- Polyphonic X -- The Amazing Few -- Sinead White -- The Ground Will Shake -- Koukie -- Floor Staff -- Somerville -- Eileen Keane -- Malcolm London -- Symphonic Funk -- Tradiohead -- Mikey and The Scallywags -- Strange Boats -- G.I.R.O -- The Cold Draw -- Louisiana 6 -- Shay Cotter and the New Blues -- Analogue Wave -- In The Willows
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Talk about a God given talent! It's not often I say this but Danielle Bradbery's cover of Say Something is absolutely astounding. Just throwing it out there too, that if she ever needs a duet partner, I'm always available.
Let's be honest, Azealia Banks doesn't sound like the ideal person to work with and her recent releases have been very hit and miss, so it's good to see she's gone back to her roots on this track, let's just hope her ship hasn't already sailed.