Manushak Vahramyan


Band Features

September 11, 2010

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MSK

People in Latvia are doing creative and crazy staff that we all can put our hands on no matter if we understand it or not. They are worth searching, believe me!

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The Libertines at Reading Festival: some new details

Carl Barât is going to talk about what the band will play during the shows and also about the initial precaution activities meant to keep everything going.

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The Dead Weather - Sea Of Cowards

The Dead Weather – Sea Of Cowards (May 11, 2010)

It is full of alcohol, nicotine and sweat. It does not smell good and treat you nice. It has a lot of things to say and to yell them right down at your face.

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Black hearts on fire! Jet live in London

I was affected by Jet for several days after that, as if addicted, being ready to go to the same concert and listen to the same songs for a thousand of times.

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Blood Red Shoes - Fire Like This

Blood Red Shoes – Fire Like This (March 1, 2010)

Do you remember the series “View from 505”? I can’t say that I discovered this band in Vienna, in 505 too, but I discovered them LIVE, which is a MUST SEE!

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The Courteeners - Falcon

The Courteeners – Falcon (February 22, 2010)

This is my opening of the “Discovered in Vienna, view from 505”. The band that we will have our first “view from” to is… from Manchester. The Courteeners.

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Red Shoes under the bridge

“I want it!” or “I want it once more!!” – that’s what Manu kept repeating as she got back from Vienna. Oh no, not what you might think of! Story about what one can want that much, and Manu’s adventures in Vienna.

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Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might See

Mazzy Star – So Tonight That I Might See (October 5, 1993)

What Mazzy Star’s music with female vocals can be like. One moment it’s so retro, next it gets heavy underground. It can be totally acoustic or just stick to one single note and so on. Everybody can find something for himself in it, probably.

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Reviews

February 25, 2010

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Mystery Jets - Twenty One

Mystery Jets – Twenty One (March 24, 2008)

Mystery Jets are not much different from their peers and you can start comparing them with hundreds of bands, but drop this idea, it’s useless. Just take on your sneakers, wear your favorite funny t-shirt and grab these songs with you to a disco!

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Massive Attack - Mezzanine

Massive Attack – Mezzanine (April 20, 1998)

You can always feel the presence of different nations in Massive Attack music: they range from Eastern sweet melodies up to gothic cruel bangs. All is grasped here with such mastery that you don’t feel misbalance or disharmony.

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The Libertines – The Libertines (August 30, 2004)

Despite the negative background songs are very positive actually and full of drive as they are usually with these great sweet moments in each song that never makes you get bored of them.

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Reviews

January 27, 2010

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Elbow – The Seldom Seen Kid (17 March, 2008)

Elbow’s fourth studio album is really good and even for someone like me who is very picky in terms of vocal they seemed to have spice and uniqueness.

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