Articles tagged field music, school of language, the week that was, the futureheads

30 Apr 2012 // 10:00 PM

The Futureheads: Rant

The Futureheads release an entire album of original songs and cover songs re-worked as a cappella arrangements... and it works.

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26 Oct 2010 // 2:35 AM

The Futureheads: 12 October 2010 - Austin, TX

While it had been four years since the band last came to Austin, the Futureheads rewarded fans for waiting with a night of camaraderie, showmanship, and a performance that proved that you don’t have to change your sound to be a great rock band.

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Field Music: Field Music (Measure)

The Sunderland band return as inventive as ever, but it's not as easy a listen as it should be.

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Field Music Measure (Memphis Industry/Revolver) Releasing: 16 February A three-year-long hiatus by Field Music has brought about a new 20-track double album from these English

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The Week That Was: The Week That Was

Field Music's Peter Brewis takes a week off the Internet to write a solo record. The result might make you want to abstain for a week, too.

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6 Jun 2008 // 3:38 AM

The Notwist, Supergrass, The Futureheads…

The Notwist Where in This World [Video] (from The Devil, You + Me, releasing 17 June in the US) Supergrass Diamond Hoo Ha Man [Video] The Futureheads

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The Futureheads: This Is Not the World

Third album from Sunderland, England post-punk quartet anticipates the inevitable flux of the times -- the moments where the familiar become foreign, where planned outcomes yield to unseen endgames.

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18 Apr 2008 // 4:35 AM

Kate Walsh Documentary [Video]A short documentary of Kate talking about her songwriting and the album Tim’s House, over a two-week tour of the

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3 Mar 2008 // 8:00 PM

RICHARD SWIFT [ Photo: Paul Heartfield] Richard Swift Knee High Boogie Blues [MP3] (from Richard Swift As Onasis releasing 8 April)       Phone

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School of Language: Sea from Shore

Field Music's David Brewis retreats to his laptop for, paradoxically, his most open-ended and adventurous music yet. Free your cursor and your mind will follow.

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30 Apr 2007 // 9:59 PM

Fingers Crossed: An Interview With Field Music

The Sunderland trio can't find enough time to make as much music as they'd like, but they're working on it.

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14 Feb 2007 // 8:00 PM

Field Music: Tones of Town

Sunderland Futureheads mates return with a sophomore LP that improves, if not drastically, at least significantly, over their debut.

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25 Jul 2006 // 3:00 PM

The Futureheads

are so good live that it hurts to see them. Perhaps that's where the problem lies.

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29 Jun 2006 // 3:00 PM

The Futureheads

PopMatters' Elizabeth Black faces her fears of Sudden Venue Implosion (SVI) in a search for that ever-elusive beast known as, The Rock.

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The Futureheads: News and Tributes

The Futureheads provide the sort of control that leads to recklessness.

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	Field Music: Field Music

Does the Law of Diminishing returns apply to music scenes? More 'angular' post-punk throwbacks from the UK. Only this time, they have pianos.

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28 Jun 2005 // 12:00 AM

Attention, all mall-punks, too-too hip indie citydwellers, backwards-baseball-cap boys and low-rise-jean girls; you all owe a debt of gratitude to Fox Television.

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The Futureheads: self-titled

The Futureheads' debut album is bound to bring pogoing back in vogue. The music is just as pop-oriented as Franz, but it comes in an extremely tightly-wound package, heaps of energy compressed into 14 tracks that span 34 insanely quick minutes.

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Is Black Widow Still a Hero? Dissecting the Misogynistic Outrage Against the Avengers

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"Black Widow may very well be the pinnacle of the modern action heroine, so why is there so much backlash about her role in the new Avengers film?

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