|Artist:||Dark Knights Of Camelot||Added:||Jul 2009|
|Add Date:||2009-08-30||Pull Date:||2009-11-01|
|Week Ending:||Oct 18||Sep 27||Sep 20||Sep 13||Sep 6|
|1.||Oct 16, 2009:||The DJ Never Has It
I'd Rather You
|4.||Sep 18, 2009:||Time Traveler
|2.||Sep 25, 2009:||Time Traveler
|5.||Sep 11, 2009:||Time Traveler
|3.||Sep 18, 2009:||Memory Select (sub)
|6.||Sep 04, 2009:||Time Traveler
Sounds like: that guy from Interpol got a gig fronting the Foo Fighters, but neglected to learn how to use a bass amp properly. Okay really: Nirvana. Queens of the Stone Age. Smashing Pumpkins. Soundgarden. Etc.
try: 3, 5
1. soft opener. maybe fade in the first 7 seconds? heavy, jagged, rocky. off-the-beat percussive strums. wailing electric & amp noise. fuzzy bass. don’t be faked out by the mid-song stop, it’s a full track.
2. a headbanger. hypnotic keys over heavy, sludgy sustained guitar. blow-out bass. very nirvana electric riff.
*3. splattery guitar start slides into: hi-hat heavy kit. shimmery twang sustain. calm central vocals. doubled bass & vocal melody. severe minor electric. goes for a pink floydian song arc, and kinda makes it.
4. fast rocky intro descends into creepy, lazy, ploddy body. doubled electric & vocal melody, also creepy, repetitive. harder bridge.
*5. uncharacteristic: slow, indie, endearing. arpeggiated harmonics. warm guitar/bass. bulges into shimmery wall of sound. righteous electric guitar takeover about 2:20 to end. watch out, there are several false endings -- let the whole track play out.
|1.||Wanna Be||3.||Purple Undertones|
|2.||I'd Rather You||4.||Duple|