Thursday, 30 September 2010

A sneaky last day of September post

Hello again.  Lots has happened since I last posted an entry here but somehow I'm finding it hard to make the time to sit down and type.  As you can see from my photo - yes that's me (sans face because I'm shy about revealing my true identity here), I had a great time at End Of The Road 2010.  Apart from hula hooping at the circus skills tent - god that hula hoop hurt my sides - I saw loads of amazing bands.  In the true spirit of music geekery - here's a list in no apparent order and why I thought they were good:

Iron & Wine - Samuel Beam has the voice of an angel. Truly a must see for anyone live at least once.
Monotonix - For their crowd surfing efforts and for the man who managed to sleep on the floor in the middle of it all.
Caribou - It is such a thrill to stand in a Caribou concert and see and hear the masters at work, especially for the drumming duets.
The Low Anthem - Old favourites of mine.  I've finally got used to seeing them perform as a four. Their sound and stage presence / song selection has grown in every way I hoped it would. Awesome.  I could go on.

EOTR aside, I've treated myself to a premium Spotify account and I'm still in the honeymoon period of loving not hearing any of their adverts *bliss*.  Here's one of the uninterrupted albums I've been soaking up.




 Tame Impala - InnerSpeaker

**Hello to Gary & Jonny who like us pitched their tent in the same area as last year meaning we were once again tent neighbours.  It was so lovely to see you both, looking forward to meeting up for London concerts soon and EOTR 2011 of course.**

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