Is this good? I think I like it, but I think I listen to it too late at night when I’m tired and my judgement can’t be trusted.
As a blogger it is my DUTY to try and bring you the banginest tunes around, but, at the same time, I don’t want to go to prison.
With that in mind, today I bring you [BAND] with this amazing new track called [SONG] which goes a little like this:
HUGE MASSIVE GREAT BIG FCKN DROP WOAAAAHHHHHH!!!!
I’m sure you’ll agree it’s a helluva tune.
Does anybody fancy going to gay Paree?
If you do, and you’d also quite like to see the hypercool French musician and creative visionary Woodkid at this little ol’ place called The Eiffel Tower; then prick up those little ears of yours and read on.
Hang on, wait, that doesn’t make sense.
This is all part of Noisey’s Special Engagements series where fans control the show, similar to that thing what they did in London with The Rapture.
This engagement with Woodkid has three parts:
1) Meet Woodkid at the top of the Eiffel Tower
2) Win a personal song dedication
3) Choose which new song off his forthcoming album Woodkid will debut in Paris
Not too shabs.
Now, to make all this happen for you have to write to VICE and tell them exactly why you think you deserve it the mostest and when you’ve done all of that and had it formatted, proof read, spell checked and checked all of the terms and conditions, send it to .
If you can’t make it to Paris, then fear not: the entire show will be streamed live at Noisey.com.
¡Bonne chance amigos!
Well, you know what they say: “a picture speaks a thousand words.”
I spent New Year’s Eve in this giant sex party that they call Brighton as part of the 2nd annual New Year’s celebration/minor sibling fall-out, although (un)fortunately I didn’t manage to witness any of these sorts of antics.
Maybe I’m losing my edge? Maybe I was never cool enough in the first place?
But anyway, marvel at this snapshot of the best British Culture has to offer.
Full gallery HERE
Pride of St Albans, Friendly Fires, have released a tidy little remix edition of their fantabulous second album Pala. Featuring an exceptional edit of ‘Hurting’ by Godfather of Techno Carl Craig and remixes by Tensnake, Tiga, TEED, Benoit & Sergio and Tim Green, this really is something you don’t want to sleep on!
These remixes are allegedly available in an embed-able widget, but WordPress hates me and I’m not an HTML wizard so I can’t make it work.
Keep making St Albans proud!