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Posts Tagged ‘Kasabian’

Kasabian’s Tom Meighan criticizes Coldplay’s Favourite Album Poll win

Kasabian’s Tom Meighan criticizes Coldplay’s Favourite Album Poll win

April 5th, 2013

Kasabian lead singer Tom Meighan has spoken out against Coldplay’s recent win for BBC Radio 2′s Favourite Album of All Time poll, in a new interview with MTV UK. Meighan called their win “ridiculous” and said, “They [Coldplay] would say that’s ridiculous and even I would say that.” Coldplay’s 2002 album, A Rush Of Blood […]

Watch Damian interview Kasabian

Watch Damian interview Kasabian

April 11th, 2012

Kasabian are one of the biggest bands in the UK. So it was no surprise when they sold out the Kool Haus during the Toronto stop on their North American tour. Damian sat down with Sergio and Chris to discuss their hometown of Leicester, how it shaped their sound and that infamous namesake of theirs. […]

The Wedge Playlist for April 8th

The Wedge Playlist for April 8th

April 9th, 2012

For the week of April 8th, The Wedge played music from the following artists: Lana Del Rey, Kasabian, Miike Snow, Niki & The Dove, Tanlines, Swim Deep, Rich Aucoin, Black Box Revelation, Dan Mangan, and Sugar. LANA DEL REY BLUE JEANS (4:13) UNIVERSAL DIRECTOR: YOANN LEMOINE KASABIAN DAYS ARE FORGOTTEN (4:04) SONY DIRECTORS: ARNAUD BOUTIN, […]

Damian explores Toronto’s concert history on The Wedge this week

Damian explores Toronto’s concert history on The Wedge this week

April 5th, 2012

Toronto has a wealth of legendary concert venues, some still standing, others wiped off the map. A local music historian in his own right, Damian chose to tour the city and remember a few of the buildings that housed some of the most unforgettable gigs Toronto ever produced, including the Riverboat, the New Yorker, the […]

The Wedge Playlist for October 12

The Wedge Playlist for October 12

October 12th, 2011

For the week of October 12, The Wedge featured videos from Death Cab For Cutie, Bon Iver, Kasabian, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, STRFKR, SBTRKT ft. Roses Gabor, Of Montreal, Nurses, Animal Man, The New Pornographers, and Suede. Death Cab For Cutie Stay Young Go Dancing Atlantic/Warner Director: Claire Carre Bon Iver Holocene Jagjaguwar/Fontana North […]

The Wedge:  Five After Five

The Wedge: Five After Five

August 19th, 2011

For “5 After 5″ we bring you the five best tracks released into the world today via the World Wide Web. Click on ‘em and enjoy! Plaid, “Missing” Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, “No One Is (As I Are Be)” City Of Glass, “Tourist” Kasabian and LL Cool J, “Days Are Forgotten” Mark McGuire, “Get […]

The Wedge P.M. News Round Up: Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy teams up with his sons & Deerhoof

The Wedge P.M. News Round Up: Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy teams up with his sons & Deerhoof

August 5th, 2011

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy collaborates with just about anyone, the latest being his two sons. His latest side-project is called The Raccoonists and it features three Tweedys: Jeff, Sam and Spencer. The band’s first release is a song called “Own It,” which is featured as a B-side on the latest entry in Deerhoof’s collaborative single […]

NME Shockwave Awards Burn Some, Award Others

NME Shockwave Awards Burn Some, Award Others

February 25th, 2010

The NME Shockwave awards were presented last night to musicians in some unconventional categories. Kanye West won Villain of the Year, presumably for his various blog tirades and the Taylor Swift debacle. Lady Gaga won Best and Worst Dressed, catering to the range of opinions. Matt Bellamy (on right) from Muse and Karen O from […]

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