James T wrote:I wouldn't want to hear stuff from Pygmalion at a festival outdoors. Stuff like 40 days, alison, when the sun hits, souvlaki space station; that would work for me but I'd still rather it be indoors.
nickh wrote:I have the re-released Souvlaki and Pygmalion on vinyl and both sound great. They were released by Music on Vinyl who seem to have a pretty good rep.
spunder wrote:ok. can anyone tell me why Slowdive's massive sonics would not translate to an open festival atmosphere? i loved them but never had the pleasure of seeing them live at the time. i would have thought it would be perfect for a hazy summer eve...?
TheWarmth wrote:Wow, they're talking about new material. Interesting.
http://thequietus.com/articles/14357-sl ... w-material
James T wrote:Yes, I think they have already done something. Sonic Cathedral have been posting mysterious pictures of an vinyl getting pressed saying "but what is it"? Someone commented slowdive and the comment then disappeared..
James T wrote:6music asked Rachel about new music and she said "definitely"
I love Slowdive but can't get excited about a re-union for some reason.
James T wrote:Well it seems people are really angry about that whole ticket fiasco. I managed to get some though!
James T wrote:Yeah, really expensive! It's my birthday that week so I got other people to pay, fortunately.
James T wrote:Slowdive / Loop / Hookworms live in Paris
http://www.last.fm/event/3811880+Villet ... +Hookworms
James T wrote:Glad to hear it! I'm hoping to make it, but I'm really rather poor right now. An easyjet flight from Liverpool to CDG seems the cheapest way there, and ryanair back to Manchester.
James T wrote:I despise CDG though, so ryanair works out not so bad for Paris.
TheWarmth wrote:Fuck it. I'm going. I booked my ticket tonight. How could I not go? Tyler, you have to go. You just have to.
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